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Wetherspoons, Birmingham - pub details

Address: 31 Paradise Place, Birmingham, West Midlands, B3 3HJ [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 8800) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Birmingham New Street (0.4 miles), Birmingham Snow Hill (0.5 miles), Birmingham Moor Street (0.6 miles)

Chain: Wetherspoons

Pub facilities/features:
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> Current user rating: 5.6/10 (rated by 19 users)
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Closed and knocked down as part of the redevelopment of the old library area
BoxerRob - 24 May 2016 16:47
Reasonably busy branch of Wetherspoon's tucked away in a fairly dismal shopping centre at Paradise Circus. Birmingham branches of the chain appeared to have a festival featuring hoppy beers. Those on were Beer Geek The Noble Geek, Beowulf Folded Cross & Horseman, Sadlers Hop Bomb plus Greene King Abbot & Ruddles Best. Ciders from Westons were Old Rosie & Cider Twist Raspberry. It's a fairly characterless establishment. But service was quick and friendly.
blue_scrumpy - 1 Apr 2013 08:04
Spotted Mr Wetherspoon himself, Tim Martin, in here a couple of weeks ago, on a tour of inspection of his Empire. Got chatting to him and he was able to confirm that JDW are opening a pub in our home-from-home, St. Ives. Mixed feelings about anyone who knows the town it could be bad news for some other pubs, especially the Three Ferrets.
scoobybooze - 18 Jul 2011 16:46
Wierd place. Pub hasn't got a name, hasn't got a roof or a door. So cold in winter they have portable industrial heaters. Standard Wetherspoons fare. Bookies next door.
son_of_odin - 23 Mar 2011 13:02
Or as we call it `the pub with no name` Unusual venue, all glass surround, no roof and no front door (bit like a burnt down bungalow chav boozer!). Has the curse of the Briar Rose - big tables and stools in the entrance so the assault course beckons as you enter the place! Found the staff pretty reasonable and unusually speedy, beer, food...blah blah it`s a Wetherspoons. Endless fun looking out the windows watching the young `uns tottering past heading to Broad Street, especially in the winter when it`s minus 5c and they`re wearing the invisible beer coats....which reminds me, this is the coldest venue I`ve ever been in.....practice first aid on hyperthermia casualties....go in February!
Blastbeat - 6 Sep 2010 09:21

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