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Beavertown Corner Pin, Tottenham, N17

732 High Road
N17 0AG

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Just a quick pint, then I'm off left this review about Beavertown Corner Pin

Newly reopened and comprehensively redecorated by Beavertown, but the new staff were coping very well on an extremely busy NFL match day. Features a fairly small bar, with further seating available upstairs and an outside servery in the rear patio garden. Four craft beers - including Neck Oil (£5.50, which seems a lot, but is still £1.40 cheaper than inside the stadium) - plus a cider on tap.

On 13th October 2021 - rating: 6
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Roger Button left this review about The Corner Pin

Now being used as a temporary ticket office. full details here...

On 23rd November 2010 - no rating submitted
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Alesonly . left this review about The Corner Pin

Now closed & striped as part of redevelopment of the Spurs Football ground and surrounding area. There is talk this building will be used as a Temporary accommodation for the ground then rebuilt as a Pub after completion.

On 14th October 2010 - no rating submitted
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Roger Button left this review about The Corner Pin

Situated a mere kick away from the stands of White Hart Lane, the Corner Pin has been part of the Tottenham Hotspur culture for many decades. The exterior is painted in blue and white (what else) whilst the interior is actually quite plain with the Spurs theme quite underplayed considering. There are a few old pictures of players and action around the walls and the interior likewise with blue walls but it’s not as “in your face” as some of the other pubs (the Bricklayers, the Bill Nicholson and the Elbow Room immediately spring to mind). When a particularly undesirable team is in town, metal shutters protect the incumbents from any potential missiles and you need to have a match ticket to get in on match days. You would need to arrive unsociably early to bag a seat, otherwise it is vertical drinking and permanent jostling. There is a TV for sport but this is largely superfluous on match day. You would certainly not come here for the beer – pure keg and lager territory but you would come here to soak up some pre-match atmosphere and preview the latest terrace chants. If you find pub itself as matchday hell when trying to get served, there is a sizeable covered beer patio at the rear that copes admirably with the overspill although the temporary bar has a limited stock and service is equally pressurized. A couple of carbon unfriendly heaters make the area a bit more engaging in the winter months whilst in summer, the brick BBQ is more predominant. On any other occasion this place would be a rather dull and ordinary pub unless you were a Spurs fan but I have always felt that this place is part of the football clubs heritage and for that alone, every Spurs fan should go there if only to say they have been there. As they say, “Beers Up If You Hate Arsenal…”

On 25th March 2010 - rating: 5
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