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The Beehive, Tottenham - pub details

Beehive
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Address: Stoneleigh Rd, London, N17 9BQ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 5538) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest tube stations Tottenham Hale (0.6 miles), Seven Sisters (0.9 miles)

Nearest train stations Tottenham Hale (0.5 miles), Bruce Grove (0.8 miles), White Hart Lane (0.8 miles)

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> Current user rating: 6.9/10 (rated by 32 users)
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We've always wondered up and down the High Road on the way to White Hart Lane and never found a decent pub to visit. I'd noticed that the Beehive was in the current Good Beer Guide. So I thought I'd give it a try whilst in the area on Friday evening. It's certainly impressive from the outside and the interior is quite spacious with more than enough tables. Although I could imagine it could get quite busy on a match day. There is also a garden area at the rear for any overspill. A small room to the side has a pool table and a football table. We chose to sit in the main room where the bar is situated and enjoyed a couple of burgers and a kid's meal. I was a little disappointed with the ale range though, with only 3 being available - Hackney Best Bitter & Beehive Brew (presumably a house beer) & Redemption Pale Ale. The real cider appeared to have been replaced by a mulled cherry cider. But that was fairly pleasant. It's not cheap in here. But the clientele are the trendy type that suggest that this area could be up and coming within the next several years. Stepping out onto the High Road, you wouldn't think so though!
blue_scrumpy - 6 Nov 2016 15:30
Excellent pub, good well kept ale, very friendly bar staff. Only unobtrusive children sitting with their parents when I visited late afternoon/ early evening. Best beer in Tottenham as far as I can see. Great interior.
alebarry - 20 Aug 2015 20:44
Last time I was there we requested they open the bar so we could hear over the 'mothers meeting' in the lounge. They obliged and so I'll mark them up for good service :-)
TwoFourTwo - 11 Jun 2015 17:31
Unfortunately I have to mark this place down because they only open the lounge on non match days and it fills with noisy annoying babies and toddlers. If they only opened the bar so adults could have a conversation not interrupted by screaming and rattles and musical toys of every description it would be great. Good beer selection, a bit pricey, but some cheaper stuff. Good food and a cool garden. Just can't spend any time there on a weekend because of the noisy very young children and their inconsiderate parents shouting at each other over giant pushchairs and prams.
TwoFourTwo - 4 Jan 2015 14:17
I love this pub. Warm, friendly, comfortable, great food and good service. Nice atmosphere even on match day. The range of beers is good and always has something local on tap. A good range of punters. Best pub I've found on the high road so far.
KarlMarx1818 - 8 Oct 2014 21:03

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