Harringay Arms153 Crouch Hill
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Closed July 2017, reopened 08/12/17, as one of Enterprise's managed expert partnerships. The following was written before the change - Small community pub with a friendly welcome, opened in 1877. Easily Crouch End's most traditional real ale pub, when it serves real ale (can be erratic especially wid-week)- small from the outside, cosy on the inside. One wall features historical maps of Crouch End, another has old photos of Irish authors, playwrights and poets. Two televisions offer Sky sports to a discerning audience without dominating the pub. in contrast to the modern trend, the pub still has its dartboard; if you would rather stay seated chess boards are available on request. There is a small outdoor area for smokers at the back of the pub. Like many N8 pubs it hosts a quiz night, the Harringay's offering takes place on Tuesdays.