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- why not try the bridge pub opposite the new housing estate thats being built on a friday night its packed recently took over by sue and roy nice couple new years eve was a great laugh
- Pubs in K'ford: Swans good, my regular for years. British Oak is pretty good...say hello to my friends Chez and Bry in there! Leopard is great, along with Drews...watch the football in there. The Bell is good for a laugh..Look out for Dan Rolfe on the Karoke on a weekend...he's the one doin Unchained Melody and I'm a Believer! Park Taverns tat, Trust me I used to work there!
- The Summerhill pub is the place for those of us just out of college.
- the wall heath tavern was inn great pup been going since i was a toddler same as the
dk rugby club miss them a lot
- Loads of Pubs..
- Has to be the Park Tavern in Cot/Barnett Lane, so many memories, so p****d
Happy memories from the Leopard and the MHT, Can't forget the Cross.
- One word of warning about the Bell, it's more like a youth club nowadays.
- the market hall tavern, on a saturday afternoon, good friends, good beer and with the chippy almost nextdoor, couldn't go wrong.
- The best pub in Kingswinford is actually 'The Cottage' on the High Street.
Good food and great beer!
- The Best (youngish) pub in Kingswinford is The Leopard in Summer Street, opposite the Market Hall Tavern (which should be avoided (unless you enjoy getting a punch-up)
- Two brilliant pubs, The Cross and The Bell.
- Another good pub in Kingswinford is the newly refurbished "The Swan".
- Good pubs: The Kingfisher, The Courthouse
- The Bell was much better before it was 'refurbished'. The Park Tavern used to be good and popular - not been there for a while.
- Several pubs. The Prince Albert is the most popular pub and attracts those in their mid Twenties. It gets very busy on a weekend and Thurdays when Karoake comes to Town. The Wall Heath Tavern is also popular and does nice food. Quieter pubs include the Horse and Jockey and the Albion Inn.
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