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A listing of historical public houses, Taverns, Inns, Beer Houses and Hotels in Middlesex. The Middlesex listing uses information from census, Trade Directories and History to add licensees, bar staff, Lodgers and Visitors.
|Alexandra Palace Hotel, 1 St Michaels Terrace, Wood Green N22||Yes||Yes|
|Alexandra Park Tavern, 94 High Road, Wood Green N22||No||Yes|
|Alexandra Tavern, 33 Commerce Road, Wood Green N22||No||Yes|
|Duke of Edinburgh, 83 Mayes Road, Wood Green||No||Yes|
|Fishmongers Arms, 287 High Road, Wood Green N22||No||Yes|
|Freemasons Tavern, 646 Lordship Lane, Wood Green N22||No||Yes|
|Jolly Anglers, 33 Station Road, Wood Green N22||Yes||Yes|
|Kings Arms Hotel, 242 High Road, Wood Green N22||No||Yes|
|Lordship Tavern, 606 Lordship Lane, Wood Green||No||Yes|
|Nags Head, 203 High Road, Wood Green N22||Yes||Yes|
|Nightingale Hotel, 349 High Road, Wood Green N22||No||Yes|
|Prince of Wales Tavern, 1 Finsbury Road, Wood Green N22||No||Yes|
|Three Jolly Butchers, 239 High Road, Wood Green N22||No||Yes|