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Friars Inn, Bridgnorth - pub details

Address: 3 St Mary's Street, High Town, Bridgnorth, Shropshire, WV16 4DW [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 33737) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

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> Current user rating: 6.3/10 (rated by 10 users)
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The Friars is tucked away up an alleyway. Most people were either crowded at one end watching the start of the FA Cup final, or were outside in the alleyway/courtyard. So, we had the other end of the pub to ourselves. Wye Valley HPA & Banks's Sunbeam are the regular ales. Guests were Thwaite's Wainwright & Jenning's Cocker Hoop.
blue_scrumpy - 20 May 2019 21:35
Enloyed a visit to this nice backstreet pub recently with a large party. The pub is basic and a definite case of you get what it says on the tin - friendly locals , a couple of well kept trad beers and reasonably priced pub grub. The landlady is new to the pub but very keen and I think the pub will be definately be one to watch in future. 7 out of 10 - because if you sit near the big TV you can smell the bogs !!

DiscoJoe - 1 Jan 2010 15:35
A very nice pub, a bit expensive but very good quality beers.
julestrainspotter - 17 Jul 2009 11:34
Narrow and long pub, with, as Carlurmston says, has several partitions to create near rooms, with a strange mix of piano, Carlos Tevez photo, sofas, tables and stools. All was clean and the service and the food were fine.

Beerwise, Salopian Shropshire Gold and a couple of Old Pardoes made me feel at home a bit; Entire and Original. Both were fine.

A staple kind of place. I liked it and would go back, its just Padoe's beers are local to me and Dark Swan and Bumblehole are better.
Archivist - 30 Jun 2009 19:26
I visited last Saturday.Three pumps on.A bitter from Salopian plus 2 milds!!!

I had a pint of Holden's mild with an excellent gammon and chips lunch,then followed through with a pint of Pardoe's original,a light coloured mild.Apparently the Pardoes is now a regular feature and the cask was changed whilst I was there.

oldandmild - 10 Jun 2009 04:41

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