The Moon Under Water
53-55 Lichfield Street
West Midlands
(01902) 422447.


Open all day  




The Moon Under Water  

Another typical Wetherspoon pub. Large open-plan single room with a central U-shaped bar. The right side has cubicles and books on wooden shelves. The left is more open and is the entrance to the toilets - downstairs (though there is a disabled toilet on ground level).

Good access from the street in this former shop for the disabled and wide spaces inside. As usual there are local historical pictures of Wolves on the walls.

The atmosphere is relaxed and friendly and it seems to be always humming while not being busy.

Unusually for a Wetherspoon there is a low ceiling and so you get a feeling of tunnel vision with space compressed sideways rather than upwards (stand at the door and try it).

Food is served all day until 10pm and the menu changes once a year so the good fayre has a variety. Good prices too. A no smoking area is available for people who breath air.

Wolves station is just down the road - 2 mins, as is the bus station - 1 min.

A naff selection of usual permanent beers but the guests are great. On at the time were Backdykes Malcom's Golden Vale and Slaters HiDuck.

No accommodation here



Also Try:

The Posada, 48 Lichfiled Street, Wolverhampton, Guest ales
Lichfield Chambers, 44 Queen Square - Black Country Traditional Inns.
Billy Wright, Princes St.

A map of Wolverhampton pubs: Pub Map

To eat try Jivans Balti House. 14 Broad St, WV1 1HP





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