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The New Inn, Wolverhampton - pub details

Address: Salop Street, Wolverhampton, West Midlands, WV3 0SR [map] [gmap]

Tel: 0871 951 1000 (ref 29648) - calls cost 10p per minute plus network extras

Nearest train stations Wolverhampton (0.5 miles), Bilbrook (3.6 miles), Coseley (3.6 miles)

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user reviews of the New Inn, Wolverhampton

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I went in on a off chance as I heard new owners had taken over. I was very surprised the place looks very different now, it's looks AMAZING. They have 3 rooms with bars and serve wide range of draught. Guiness was only £2.50 apparently everyday ...and Thursday and Sunday all pints £2.50. I will definitely use this pub for all wolves home games as they have many screens and show live premiership. Friendly atmosphere, very polite staff...defo recommended.
Davekeith - 24 Jun 2014 00:13
This Bar Has Been Recently refurb and has been turned into a high end sports bar, the first in town ! Not only is the Atmousphere great in this place but also they have many offers on a wide range of drinks.

On thursday and sunday all pints are £2.50 but also amazingly have a pint of Guiness for £2.50 everyday of the week.
They also have a pool table and a dart board.

This venue offers live entertainment with live bands and kareoke! Plus have nights going on over weekends where this venue turns into a night club.
I will be recommending this venue to all my family and friends.
sunzy - 20 Jun 2014 00:49
I walked in through the first door into the porch area, over the second set of doors is a sign that says "Crackheads F**k Off To Hell". Oh great I thought, but I went in anyway. I was half expecting a scene from "Toughest Pubs in Britain" so I was slightly disappointed to find a huge shabby lounge with a couple of real crusties sat at the tables and a couple more at the bar. I went to the bar which had Banks's Original & Bitter on handpump. The barmaid finished serving a person at the other end of the bar and then went back to reading her paper. After a couple of strategic coughs she looked up and then started reading again. I thought bollocks to this and left. I suspect the beer was crap anyway. It's a desperate dive, don't go in.
ROBCamra - 27 Feb 2009 12:11
The handpulls serve Banks's MILD and bitter and at 1.80 a pint the MILD is about the cheapest in the town/city apart from the Wetherspoons where it is 1.39.

The bar is a big room and the lounge is massive. The pub opens early at 10am which is useful to know. Beers are well kept. - 5 Jul 2006 15:24

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