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The Lamp Tavern, Birmingham - pub details

Lamp Tavern
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Address: 257 Barford Street, Birmingham, West Midlands, B5 6AH [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 2139) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Birmingham New Street (0.6 miles), Birmingham Moor Street (0.6 miles), Bordesley (0.6 miles)

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> Current user rating: 7.6/10 (rated by 63 users)
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user reviews of the Lamp Tavern, Birmingham

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A must visit - as these sorts of pubs won't be around forever.

0.5 miles out of the City Centre - but a world apart. Increasing levels of destitution of dilapidated light industrial units and you find this pub in a most unlikely location.

Good Beer Guide 2019 entry and the Goffs Cheltenham Gold was perfect.

Single roomed - bar decorated with knick knacks and awards going back 25 years.... possibly my favourite thing was the completely empty three bottle white wine chiller.
Mappiman - 14 Jul 2019 19:22
Seemed to be full of former regulars of the Anchor, fed up with the new regime.
Beer is cheaper than the A and don't need a step ladder to get into the pint.
son_of_odin - 19 Dec 2016 15:14
Every time I visit this pub I fall in love with it a little more. It's a gem of pubs in Birmingham.

I can not shout loud enough about this place. If you haven't yet paid it a visit then you must!
SteveBrum - 21 Jan 2015 13:42
I'd often passed this pub and never gone in as I had it down as just one of the many small Irish pubs dotted around Digbeth. However a word about the beer I was drinking in another pub way up in Aston sent me hotfoot to this tiny hostelry no distance at all from the industrial units of inner South Birmingham and the flats of Highgate. A friendly welcome ensued. And they brew their own beer! In a brewery on the roof! I am amazed that so many little pubs do persist in this area, although as many have closed down or been demolished. I hope they continue to do so for a long time and that the very palatable ale I drank here will continue to flow.
rainlight - 4 May 2014 22:01
3rd pub on a Friday in the Digbeth area and what a belter - good quality ales and friendly welcome awaits.
kernott1 - 6 Apr 2014 21:15

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