After Game-Enfield is our look at what to do in the neighbouring Enfield, just a scoot from the game. Those of you attending the London games might be wondering, what’s going on once my game is finished at 6pm?
Well, we have some options for you in this post, as we look at things to do around Enfield.
A little north-west of the stadium sits the community of Enfield, an up and coming little nugget of party on the tip of London.
Conveniently located about 15 minutes from Tottenham stadium, the town of Enfield has a thriving nightlife and sports bars for anyone who is looking to head on the town after one of the Sunday contests.
Here are a few places to look at to watch the games afterwards.
And don’t worry, they are all VERY close to the stadium, even quicker in a taxi.
You can always trust an O’Neills to deliver standard quality across all of its locations.
The Enfield location is popular with youngsters in the area, and boasts loads of TV showing sport on Sundays.
If you want to hit the O’Neills in Enfield after the game, find more details here.
The Cricketers is another Enfield Sports bar that will have NFL showing on Sky Sports after the game.
Located near the centre of Enfield town, the Cricketers has a storied history in the area, and is beloved by locals for affordable pints, and a lovely garden to nip into for a smoke.
If you’re looking for NFL and cheap beers, this is a place to look at.
The Taps Bar
Another sports bar showing NFL on Sunday is The Taps Irish Bar in Enfield that is centrally located, and bound to have a fun, lively atmosphere.
There are also plenty of kebab shops and a McD’s a football’s throw away, meaning you can soak up the sadness if your team losses on a Sunday.
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The Three Wishes-Winchmore Hill
A gem of an Irish pub located on Green Lanes in Winchmore Hill, this recently renovated pub has over 15 TVs with Sky Sports and more.
Sundays are traditional Irish ones with live music during the afternoon, and some of the cheapest pints in North London.
Conveniently located near Palmers Green/ Winchmore Hill and Wood Green.
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Looking for a late night bar AND a hotel, then check out the Stag in Enfield.
This cosy hotel also has a sought after bar, and garden which host live music, quiz and sport.
Make sure that you book ahead early, as it does tend to fill up quickly.
The Salisbury Arms-Winchmore Hill
Located near Winchmore Hill train station is the massive Salisbury Arms, which boasts a patio that holds over 200 and has plenty of TVs for outdoor sports action.
Sunday roasts and Sky Sports are on tap at this traditional British pub, which has just been renovated, and has loads of TVs to catch the games and RedZone on.
Management are happy to accommodate big groups, please do contact ahead though.
A bit outside Enfield proper, this is more of a country pub that has plenty of space and TVs to catch the games.
A traditional Sunday pub, The Wonder is a lively place for locals to meet, and centrally located enough for any groups looking to meet up prior to or after the game.
Find out more about The Wonder here.
Other neighbourhoods close to Enfield and Tottenham Stadium in the area that you might want to consider are Winchmore Hill, Palmers Green, and Wood Green.
Finsbury Park is also a more lively area for night life, and some sports bars, as well as being conveniently located on the Victoria and Piccadilly Lines, making transit to the stadium quite easy by bus.
Always good to call ahead to some of these pubs too if you have a large group.
Given that it isn’t central London, many of these pub landlords will be happy to throw on the games for you in a prime spot.
It will also help them prepare for staff, if 200 of you decide to descend on them for a night of NFL fun!
That’s it for our After Game-Enfield preview for you, hope you found it useful.