The Freemasons Arms is a fairly new pub, built in the 1930s. It has a smart outward appearance; Regency in style with small bow windows and well kept window boxes. It gets very busy at lunchtime as the food is very popular. There is a garden, and a London skittle alley downstairs.
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Not only does the Freemasons Arms feature five screens showing all the biggest games but it is also the founding place of the Football Association. The FA might not be quite so powerful these days but for pure football history you can’t go wrong with the Freemasons Arms. Popular with tourists and locals, you’ll find a primarily Arsenal supporting fan base, although all flavours of team are obviously welcome.