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Three Crowns
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Address: 164 Fore Street, Upper Edmonton, London, N18 2JB [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 21892) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Silver Street (0.2 miles), Bruce Grove (0.7 miles), White Hart Lane (0.7 miles)

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> Current user rating: 4.8/10 (rated by 6 users)
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Disgusting. Walked in and walked out. Modern garish and filthy.
nickthefish - 14 Dec 2008 13:31
Used to play here regularly in a band called Cheap Frills in the early/mid-80s. Friday night residency as I recall. Don't recall any handbags, just a very straighforward pub.
Twanglow - 15 Nov 2008 22:41
this was a great pub a few years back. Friday nites had a DJ (DJ Mark) and a great crowd.
The music was wicked and the atmosphere great. The DJ used to give it plenty across the mic and give the crowd (and bar staff) some stick, they loved it and it was very entertaining. Odd fight of course, few wallys and some tasty girls.
why do things change. shame.
anonymous - 28 Mar 2007 14:55
I have walked past here on match day for years without feeling any great urge to walk in through the front door. A quick squint through the cracked windows reveals a rather dark and dingy interior that make the place quite uninviting. Recently I decided to give it a go out of curiosity and whilst it is hardly my regular sort of place, I did actually find the pub less menacing than I expected. The interior is long and narrow with a low ceiling that makes the pub feel quite claustrophobic. The furnishings are quite a mixture from tatty sofas in the front pool area to chrome seats at the rear, all offset against a bare wooden floor and dark ceiling. The lighting is quite subdued and the pounding urban music can make it feel like a bit clubby. A few remnants remain from its original features Ė the etched windows proudly proclaim that this is a free house although donít expect anything more adventurous or appetising than Carling or keg John Smiths. I would have expected TVís to be dotted about but this was not the case, just the 1 basic TV from memory. The walls are plastered with drink promotion posters which I think always gives a pub a cheap feel to it. One big plus was the food: I didnít try any but the people on the table next to me were having a good tuck in and it looked and smelled delicious. Canít be certain but there were quite a few no smoking signs but whether this was the whole pub or not I couldnít make out. Come July it wonít matter anyway. Whilst I would hardly be drawn back again in a hurry, I certainly did not feel uncomfortable or threatened and it is far enough away from the crowds on match day to at least grab a pint without being herded about like cattle.
RogerB - 14 Feb 2007 11:57
Some things never change even in the gentler times of the 60's this pub had a bad reputation
hibiscus - 5 Apr 2006 11:20

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