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Casey Joe's, Birmingham

Pub added by david johnston
1293 Warwick Road
Acocks Green
Postal town: Birmingham
B27 6PU

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Just a quick pint, then I'm off left this review about Casey Joe's

Irish sports bar, but the rectangular space inside is much larger than one might expect. Mix of tidy semi-modern furniture, with several ⅔rd-height screens including around a snug beside the counter which is located halfway along one side. Mostly Gaelic sporting photographs and memorabilia. No real ale of course, so it was a quick John Smith's (£2.60) before I moved on.

On 2nd March 2019 - rating: 5
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Delboy 20 left this review about Casey Joe's

Nicely appointed Irish themed sports bar. The football was on the various screens. Usual array of lagers etc. I had a Coors. Decent enough place but I wouldn't stay for more than one.

On 2nd January 2018 - no rating submitted
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Soup Dragon left this review about Casey Joe's

A modern two storey brick and glass (etched) Irish themed pub, with a patio area and gazebo. The upper floor is a function room. The main room is a straight-forward oblong room, in a salmon colour, with wood panel. There is a wood floor and a white ceiling. The place looked far more tidy than I expected. There are Irish sporting and other pictures on the walls, with the odd shirt. The room is divided up into booth areas, with etched glass portraying various sayings. Sofas, comfy seats, high stools are all present. There are lots of TV's, showing the footy - not that amazing considering it is a sport's bar. There was no music. The service was functional and a few regulars were in - mixed ages. Beer; no real ale, just the usual tap stuff with M&B MILD - I had a shandy. Whilst there is nothing for the real ale fan, the place is a lot cleaner than you may expect from a 'sport's bar'.

On 26th September 2013 - no rating submitted
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