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Staffordshire Knot, Wednesbury

Pinfold Street
Postal town: Wednesbury
WS10 8TE
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Soup Dragon left this review about Staffordshire Knot

This large detached corner pub has an impressive exterior. The upper story in exposed red brick and stone around the windows and ashlar block edging. With an entrance on both frontages, the lower story is in what looks like brown salt glazed tiling, with stone window sills and string course.

The interior has two rooms served by a central bar. The smaller room is in what looks like cream and white walls, with a white ceiling and red tile floor. There is a pool table and a dart board in here, along with a TV that was showing MTV. I didn't go in as it was occupied with the young 'uns from the football team (Sunday lunchtime). The main room, with white walls and ceiling has a couple of dartboards at one end, where there is a fake tile flooring and a raised and carpeted area at the other. A maturer clientele used the dart boards, while a couple of other guys played crib in the raised bit, where the seating looks tired at best. There is a TV here too, showing MTV, but at a decent level. An array of sporting trophies are displayed and the whole room has a feel of a 70s Working Man's Club.

Beer; no real ale. The basic four keg drinks of Guinness, Strongbow, Carling and Caffreys. The Banks’s MILD and M&B MILD taps no longer flow.

It clearly caters to it's own local clientele, which means, if you play for the away team, you may struggle!

On 14th December 2011 - no rating submitted
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mike howl left this review about Staffordshire Knot

If you're looking for a cosy 'real ale' pub, then, like 'soup dragon', you'll be disappointed.If you're looking for a 'darts pub', then look no further! There are 14 teams,(hence the proliferation of dart boards), 200 signed players,including many county and even England players. Other sports sponsored include dominoes, football, cricket, pigeon club, and banger racing. As 90% of the customers prefer lager, it would not be viable to keep real ales.Where the'younger place' comes from is a mystery, as the average age of the darters must be 40+, and the dominoe players 60 plus!! The DJ is on Fridays and is mainly 50s and 60s music. Finally, the beer has only just gone up from £2 a pint and is currently £2.30 - the lowest around I would suggest.

On 31st March 2011 - rating: 8
[User has posted 6 recommendations about 6 pubs]

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  • Darts : Yes last updated 31 March 2011 by hondo .
  • Real Ale : No last updated 31 March 2011 by hondo .
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