77 Gomer Street West
Open all day
Not much to look at from outside and proclaiming itself to be a Sam Smiths house, the Falcon has more to offer on the inside.
Just around the corner from the Brewers Droop, there are usually six to eight guest ales on, a couple from Hydes and a Queen Mum celebratory beer among them this time.
A brick building from the outside, The Falcon is very much a traditional back street boozer full of the local characters (who incidentally get over staring at you after a while), the line "Are you local" comes to mind here.
The bar is a smallish room that fills in the evening with those avoiding the bottle bar rat run for kids at weekends. Seating is benches and stools in red leatherette and there's nothing on the floor.
The smoke room (unusually smoke free this visit) also had a bare floor and is 'L' shaped though the bar fills a small strip opposite the door. Seating here is as the bar. Look out for the jet black long-haired pub cat - who wont shift if you want to sit and loves fuss and attention.
We didn't see any food on offer, but basic snacks are served at lunchtimes.
Access is good with wheelchairs possible, though toilets (clean and basic) are difficult to negotiate. There is also a beer garden, however, it is tarmaced and there are no chairs to be seen in the summer.
No accommodation here and very little at all in Willenhall.
None as yet.
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Up to 9 ales.
20 Wolverhampton Road West
Walsall, West Midlands.