Butchers Arms148 High Street
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After major refurbishment , the pub reopened on Friday 29th January 2016 as The BUTCHERS ARMS. There has never been a pub of that name in Barnet, but many, many years ago the site was a butchers shop to the front, with an abattoir behind and below; hence the name change.
It has now been tastefully improved with modern seating; a total change from its previous look....check out the sparkling West End style loos!!!
Long, narrow, former Wetherspoon's 'Moon Under Water'. 1987 conversion but now a Free House offering an ever changing range of four ales; the Landlord is passionate about serving a great pint, which are often sourced from SIBA.
It is popular with sport fans as all live football games are shown; they are able to show at least 4 different games in 6 separate areas.
Open mic night Sundays and occasional live music on Saturday. May stay open until 1am Friday and Saturday nights, depending on how many are in!
Currently not dog friendly.