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The Prince, Walsall - pub details

Address: Stafford Street, Walsall, West Midlands, WS2 8DF [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 29208) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Walsall (0.2 miles), Bescot Stadium (1.8 miles), Bloxwich (2.6 miles)

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10 minute walk from Walsall centre. Seems nothing has changed about this pub since the last review in 2013. Inviting exterior and sadly sparce interior. Only a pit stop for me however so can`t judge what it`s like of a night time. Cider very cheap but very limited choice otherwise.
Blastbeat - 10 Aug 2016 12:17
Hardly back street, it's in the town centre and a prominent site.
After a period of closure it seems to be open again,pretty low key with not much to recommend it except cheap prices.
saddler - 7 Jul 2013 22:03
Decent sort of back street boozer. Seems like a new owner has taken it over who seems quite friendly. Two rooms on with a pub table in the back. Not all to much on tap
yamyampublover - 1 Nov 2011 16:05
Update: The exterior of this pub is fantastic, its brick and green ceramic tile look. Terraced on one side, it has its car-park on the other.

The interior has two rooms; the smaller back one has a pool table, the main one is set up with a DJ rig, despite this being a small pub, for the loud Fri/Sat night entertainment. There is a large screen TV as well. The decor is pinkish/red walls, with prints of paintings on, but the place looks very tired and some of the seating way past its best. Service was functional and it was empty.

Beer; the usual tap stuff - with Youngers Best making a debut since i was last in. The guest real ale, was now Banks's bitter. I had the MILD on keg (there was a MILD pull in the other room - was it working?), which was as black as tar and tasted nothing like Banks's MILD.

Sadly, it will be a good while before i return here - seems to have really gone down hill.
Archivist - 14 Sep 2009 13:39
Popped in for one on 19 July with my most excellent friend Archivist and his sidekick, JB. A most excellent pint of Altar Ale was dunk. Nice beer. Well worth a visit for pint.
generalstaal - 20 Jul 2008 12:30

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