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The Scales Inn, Lichfield - pub details

Address: 24 Market Street, Lichfield, Staffordshire, WS13 6LH [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 4916) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Lichfield City (0.2 miles), Lichfield Trent Valley (1.2 miles), Shenstone (3.3 miles)

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> Current user rating: 4.2/10 (rated by 16 users)
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Now known as 24 Market Street, a really original name! Ok but nothing special.
hollybush33 - 21 Aug 2021 19:36
Larger than it looks from outside, decent interior, small smoking area to the side. Friendly, helpful barman [landlord?] interested in his ales. There were six ales on tap when we visited, I indulged in the Greene King 'Bo66y', a decent pint.
alehippy - 29 Jun 2018 20:59
Not the most apealing of pubs but i pop in now and again for a couple of pints, i had a some nice hobgoblin in there last time i was in, the bar staff are friendly but it does lack some sort of spark but at least its still going.
seajay - 10 Dec 2012 20:18
Going against all natural instincts and even taking into account the "2 for one cocktails between 5pm-10pm" board outside - who in their right mind is drinking cheap cocktails in a town centre pub at 5pm? - we decided to take a bit of a punt on a blind choice rather than the normally well researched decision we usually make.

Should stick to our principles really. Low ceilinged dingy interior, uninspiring choice of Bombardier or Pedigree on tap. Very friendly and polite barman, though, which was good. Several miserable looking punters dotted throughout and drinking alone, general air of despondancy about the place, albeit at 5.30pm on a Saturday teatime. Grim, but a couple of extra points for the barman.
Gristy - 19 Sep 2011 12:05
A perfect example of how great historic City pubs were destroyed by brewerys in the 90s. For the over 25s this place is pretty awful. Bouncers at the door says it all. Staff have difficulty looking you in the eye which is understandable given the quality of the beer they are serving. I'm sure the place is great for dancing but not for casual drinker.
villagefamily - 6 Jul 2011 18:27

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