One of the most popular parts of north London, thanks partly to its presence on the English football scene, Tottenham is the epitome of London as a global city. Different cultures and nationalities find common ground on the historical streets of Tottenham. You will find a variety of facilities and amenities within easy reach in this area as well as easy access to a range of attractions such as galleries, historical buildings, and children’s activities.
Tottenham is a bustling centre of business activity with an incredible number of small and medium businesses sharing office space with small stores and shops. The Tottenham Courts have resulted in a number of solicitors renting shared offices in the area while advertising agencies and media houses also find space on Tottenham’s streets.
Entertainment And Dining Out
For party-goers, Tottenham offers some excellent nightlife in the form of the Hideaway, a pub/club/bar/live music venue that has something for everyone. The affluent set generally head down to the private rooms at The Fringe while The Old Queen’s Head is all about DJ-driven music and a dance-floor to match. If you fancy dining out, Mosaica @ The Factory is a decade-old restaurant that has worked its way into being one of the major eating landmarks of the area. The restaurant has famous owners and despite being in the middle of the industrial district, draws in prestigious clientele. The Fox Reformed serves traditional British pub food in a restaurant setting if you are looking for a hearty meal.
There are two underground lines that run through Tottenham. The Piccadilly Line finds its way to Turnpike Lane tube station while the Victoria Line hits the Seven Sisters and Tottenham Hale tube stations. There are also five major railway stations that serve the area while buses and taxis are reliable and readily available.