The Great Northern Railway Tavern

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We offer a tasteful range of carefully selected beers and wines, and promise more than your usual generic high street pub offering!

We have achieved Cask Marque status for our diligence in keeping our ale perfectly conditioned, we have a locally sourced, freshly prepared menu with old favourites and exciting new dishes regularly added.

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67 High Street, Tottenham, London, N8 7QB

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+44 (0)20 3417 0119

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The Great Northern Railway Tavern

67 High Street
N8 7QB
Public transport:
Hornsey, National Railway


4 out of 5 based on 3 reviews

Top 3 reviews of The Great Northern Railway Tavern

5.0 out of 5 5 May 2013
by Reona O.

I visited this pub on a Sunday afternoon for the weekly jazz jam session. Apparently it's been going on for the last 30 years! The live music comes from a large room in the back. (Cover charge is £5) The first hour is a jam session by the regulars and the second half is open mic for local singers. I was actually there to see a friend perform. The ambience is warm and welcoming, it's...more

4.0 out of 5 26 October 2011
by jublesm

Lovely pub, nice music, friendly staff, and blissfully quiet (could do with a few more customers in fact! But newly reopened so finding its feet). Absolutely beautiful original features: Chesterfield banquettes, wood partitions, etched glass, stained glass ceiling lights, etc. Good pub quiz on a Tuesday, good selection of booze of all descriptions, and have heard the food is good though not...more

3.0 out of 5 21 June 2011
by beardydaly

Nice refurb, probably won't last, too much fizz, not enough ale. Pricey for beer, wine and food. Interesting piece on the retailinsider website Says it all, really. Under new management, only one ale on, seems the pub was without electricity for the past week, just reopened this evening. £3.20 for Purity Mad Goose in...more