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The Junction, Harborne - pub details


Address: 212 High Street, Harborne, Birmingham, West Midlands, B17 9PT [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 34652) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations University (1.1 miles), Selly Oak (1.3 miles), Five Ways (2 miles)

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Refurbed yet again! Still incredubly popular. Food is excellent, and it is advisable to book if you want to eat, especially at weekends. Ale choice good, if on the expensive side. Has a large selection of gins, in keeping with the current fad for Mother's Ruin.
scoobybooze2 - 6 Sep 2019 16:49
The Junction is a large building, though the front bar area is quite small, then with contemporary booths along the side wall until opening up with more tables and seating at the rear.

On my visit I noticed 6 pumps of which 2 were off. Service was swift and I had a very enjoyable pint of Conqueror Black IPA at £3.95. There were a few ales to choose from though I did not make a note of them all. My pint was pleasant and in good condition.

Has a bit of a gastro pub feel to it and there was a good menu (though I did not stay for food).
RealAleRobUK - 27 Nov 2015 17:50
Great location and impressive building.

Huge dining area and a series of little leather seated snugs along the main bar.

Quite a collection of real ales on - I went for the Timothy Taylor Landlord. A favourite.

The pint was fine, even if it did have a slightly odd colour and took a while to settle down to be see through.

Can't fault the place - This would be my local if I lived in the area.

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Mappiman - 16 Nov 2015 17:03
So called because it is situated on a prominent junction in the centre of Harborne, the Junction has a modern feel and is clearly popular with diners who were sampling an array of food from the open kitchen at the rear. Ales on offer were Sharps Doom Bar, Timothy Taylor Landlord, Purity Saddle Black & Purity, Roosters 41 Degrees South & Wye Valley Butty Bach. Addlestones was the only decent cider available. The crowd in here was fairly young. In fact, the average age was probably less than half that of our previous hostelry - the Harborne Club. Although the Club was far more friendly. Service in the Junction was also poor. There was a long wait and the barmaid that served us was far from friendly. There are better pubs in Harborne.
blue_scrumpy - 31 Dec 2013 20:06
Have been back to this pub in the last week and am sad to report it has undergone some sort of drab "make-under" giving the place a rather empty, un-welcoming feel.
Still has the best selection of beer in Harborne.....
HPAppy - 6 Jan 2012 15:26

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