Billiard Hall
St Michael's Ringway
West Bromwich
West Midlands
(0121) 580 2892.


Open all day  




Billiard Hall  

ery much not like the other Wetherspoon's we've been into. The Billiard Hall has come over all IKEA with fake pine flooring and panelling on the walls and every conceivable flat space. There are more leaning spaces here too, reflecting its position on the Saturday night bottle run for local youth. There are not too many bright spaces in West Bromwich for young people to meet and Wetherspoon's has cornered the market so far. Literally converted from a billiard hall, it still has the old tin roof from the outside, though I suspect it was once a dance hall too. Despite it not looking like a Wetherspoon, it has the same ingredients as the others: good value cheap food and real ale at realistic prices. Usually two guests on, though Sundays can see only a single one left. Not more than 500 yards from the metro (West Bromwich Central), which is itself on the ring road, go left out of the station and follow the ring road. No accommodation here and not much near by, though only 15 mins from Birmingham on the tram, 20 mins from Wolverhampton.



I go to the billiard hall every sat and have always been made welcome by the staff who are all pleasant I would not miss my sat in there. (28/10/4)

Hi, me and my mates drink in the Billiard hall every weekend and I just like to say that its a good laugh and the staff are great and a big up to Gaz (Spike) (u know who u are) the barman who passed to become a supervisor well done! and my mates Gemma, Shaun, Eddie, Gemma b, Chrisse, Marcus, Raven, Alan and myself Lianne. We all just want to say thanks to all the other staff who make our time in there fun and relaxed (you know who u are) best wishes, luv u all xxx (14/1/05)





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