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Public Houses

Pubs, Restaurants, Clubs and Hotels in Great Barr

Public Houses have always played a key part in community life. In Great Barr the Scott Arms acted as a court, meeting place and market. Modern pubs are increasingly selling food and the divide between pubs and restaurants is now very small. These pages highlight the public houses, both current and past as well as including the few restaurants  and hotels in the area.Takeaways are included under shops.

The Public Houses

Asbury Tavern
Asbury Tavern, now
Special Spices
Beaufort
The Beaufort
 
Cat and Fiddle
Cat and Fiddle

Deers Leap
The Hamstead
The Hamstead
The Joker
The Joker
The Malt Shovel The Old Horns
The Old Horns
The Red Admiral
The Red Admiral
Schofields
Buffet Island 3, formerly
Schofields and The Trees

The Scott Arms
The Scott Arms

Each pub has its own page with photographs and other information. Click on the links on the side.

If you have any information about landlords, dates of changes, or photographs, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. I am currently trying to find out about the 'Newton Arms'.


Restaurants

Both Schofields (Buffet Island 3), the Beacon(Harvester) and Asbury Tavern (Special Spices) public houses have become mainly restaurants so have been included in this pubs section.

Other Restaurants are:

  • Basmati 230 Birmingham Road (http://www.basmatirestaurant.co.uk/)
  • Simla Spice, 34 Queslett Road (http://www.simlaspice.co.uk/)
  • Rajab, Newton Road. (http://rajab-restaurant.com)

 


 

Clubs

The following are private members clubs and are not open to the public

  • Great Barr Working Mans Club, 2-4 Queslett Road
  • Conservative Club,  6a Newton Road
  • The Valley, Tanhouse Avenue

Hotels

Main Hotels are

  • Great Barr Hotel
  • Premier Inn (previously Holiday Inn Express)
  • Holiday Inn

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