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Soup Dragon left this review about Arizona Crossing
An iconic Georgian pub, situated at the heart of Kingswinford. Formerly the Cross Hotel, someone decided that this name was no longer good enough for theis Grade II listed building, so the Arizona bit was added for some reason - with epithet of 'pub and dining'. The place is in cream render with yellow around the windows. The bowling green has long gone, as has the crenelated porch. Anyhow - the inside has been ripped out - it now has an open room, all around the serving bar. One side serves food - this was in darkness at our visit. The other is more the bar and is in cream and red. There is a fireplace, with an old kitchen range fire. The TVs had the footy on and there was no music. There were the odd picture and mirror to cheer the spartan walls. The service was fine and the clientele a bizarre mix between mature men watching the footy and young girls with ever increasing diameters to their hooped earrings. Beer; no real ale, no MILD, so had Guinness. Simply a waste of time.
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- Real Ale : No last updated 04 September 2013 by David McNally