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Rose Villa Tavern, Birmingham - pub details

Address: 172 Warstone Lane, Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham, West Midlands, B18 6JW [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 34347) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Jewellery Quarter (0.3 miles), Birmingham Snow Hill (0.7 miles), Birmingham New Street (1 mile)

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Like the previous interlocutor, I was wowed by the Cappuccino Stout from the ever reliable Titanic and this along with the extremely pleasing interior replete with gorgeous stained glass mark this out as a winner. Busy and slightly less relaxing than some of the other pubs we visited on this day but an essential stop off in any Jewellery Quarter pub crawl.
BoehmBawerk - 24 Mar 2019 17:11
Visited in December 2014

Beautiful pub owned by Bitters n Twisted chain who run a number of venues in town.

I had an amazing pint of Cappucino Stout, I'm not a great stout fan but this was just gorgeous.

Food is available, its in the style of american diner type stuff but is nice and filling and prety cheap.

Absolutley worth the trip
SteveBrum - 2 Feb 2015 13:45
The last reviewer forgot to mention the superb stained glass windows but there is not much more I can add. Slightly boho place with a varied clientele where the range of hand pulls doesn't suggest much (Black Sheep Bitter, Doom Bar and the guest Wadworth's The Usual) but the £3.40 guest proved to be very good indeed and the cheap cocktails were also as good apparently. Busy at lunchtime on Saturday and it might be difficult to find a seat but it is worth persevering. Was a little cold later on but probably more to do with the high ceilings and the open plan layout rather than a lack of heating.

paul_d102 - 17 Jan 2015 21:58
Worth the walk from the city centre. Fantastic original tiling from the early 1900's
has a great tiled fireplace that you can sit at. Cental bar so you can walk around the pub to see the tiling. Beers i tried were, Wye Valley, Butty Bach £3.30 and Redwillow, Mirthless £3.25. Both were good.
rpf1955 - 23 Apr 2014 17:42
Nice pub, good beer (with some decent choices amongst the three or four guests, which is good to see in a place aimed at a younger clientele), good food, lively at weekends. My only criticism is that it can be bloody cold when it's quiet and a bit dark at night. Spend a bit more on electricity, please.
djw - 29 Dec 2013 18:54

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