Old Priory47 New Street
A cosy one-roomed town centre pub serving one ever-changing real ale. Historically, the handpumps dispensing cask beer have been out of sight and overlooked but following a refurbishment in November 2017, the pulls now sit centrally on the bar resulting in a noticeable increase in demand.
"Bostin Fittle" ('great food') is served between 12-6pm Mon-Sat from Fanny's Pantry - the compact kitchen named after the late pub dog. There are affordable Black Country favourites and a blackboard above the real fire in the front room lists any specials that are available. In addition, cobs with salad are available all day everyday.
Originally an early 19th century home brew house called the Nags Head; records as early as 1881 refer to the premises as the "Old Priory Inn".