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Fletchers, Birmingham

Pub added by Soup Dragon
7 York Road
Kings Heath
Postal town: Birmingham
B14 7SA
Phone: 01214434725

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Blue Scrumpy left this review about Fletchers

Fletchers appears to have expanded over 2 premises. Unlike most of the modern bars along York Road, it does offer cask ales. Marston's Wainwright is the regular beer. On my visit, guests were Wye Valley Butty Bach & Fixed Wheel Through and Off. Craft beers are still available though. These were Camden Pale & Attic Eclipse & Intuition.

The bar has a lovely, relaxed feel. On an early evening visit (they don't open until 5pm), it felt really relaxed. But I gather that like the Hare & Hounds opposite, they offer live music, at which point I could imagine it to get fairly noisy and crowded.

As mentioned before there is what looks to be a dining area in the separate but linked premises to the left, with the main bar on the right-hand side. There is also a shaded garden area to the rear, where the toilets can also be found.

I quite liked this place and would certainly include it on any future crawls of Kings Heath, providing I was here on an evening.

On 29th September 2023 - rating: 6
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Soup Dragon left this review about Fletcher's Bar and Eatery

This is a c1900 building, with rear garden area. It is in undressed brick, with a side coach entrance - so one assumes it may have been a business premises when erected. The bar frontage is in dark green. The interior has an L-shaped room, with the serving bar at the back. They do hold music events here, i believe. The decor has brick, red and patterned wallpaper with a white ceiling and a wood floor. The seating is perimeter benching with tables and chairs, as well as a few high stools in the centre. There is a TV, but this wasn't on and the music was general and at a decent level. The service was friendly and just a couple of people were in at our early visit. They do food (hence the name) but i didn't try it. Beer; usual tap stuff with continental lagers and Purity UBU and Marston's EPA were on handpull - the UBU was decent enough. Happy i popped in - kind of place i would always be happy enough to have one in.

On 30th January 2014 - no rating submitted
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