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Four Crosses, Stafford

Pub added by Geoffrey Pick
2 Sandon Road
Stafford
ST16 3ES
Phone: 07817475238

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E TA left this review about Four Crosses

A rather drab wedge-shaped Victorian pub which has seen better days. There are a pool table, dartboard, TV screens showing football and a grumpy barmaid, but there is no real ale. Leave it to the locals.

On 21st May 2019 - rating: 4
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Just a quick pint, then I'm off left this review about Four Crosses

Refurbished corner pub with a 'V'-shaped bar inside quite a finely decorated façade. Looks from a distance like it might be a new-style alehouse, with the modern Little Pub Company frosted glass, but just a basic John Smith's (£1.45, half) local within. Main features are the pool table, dartboard and a few TVs. Disappointing...

On 27th December 2015 - rating: 5
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Al Bundy left this review about Four Crosses

Could do with a spruce up outside but its ok inside. A flat iron shaped pub. No real ale. Situated by the prison/jail/gaol or whatever way you wanna spell it.

On 20th August 2015 - rating: 5
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Soup Dragon left this review about Four Crosses

A smart looking Victorian corner pub in undressed brick and stone

The interior has a single U-shaped room that curves very tightly around the central serving bar. The decor is white and a beige wood panel. One side, where i sat, had a dart board and pool table, as well as a TV with 'At the Races' on. Interest on the walls were the odd mirror and poster, so not a lot really. The service was fine and the clientele consisted of several locals simply enjoying themselves after finishing work.

Beer; all tap stuff no MILD, no real ale, so had a bottle of Newcy brown

A very much basic kind of pub, not really worth finding out for anyone that doesnt drink beyond the basic kind of drinks - ie Strongbow/Guinness/John Smiths/Carling

On 14th August 2010 - no rating submitted
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