Bird in Hand

Victoria Square
ST16 2AQ
Emailku.oc.droffatsdnahnidrib@ofni Telephone(01785) 252198
Real AleGardenLunchtime MealsEvening MealsSeparate BarGamesCiderSmokingRestaurantFunction RoomDog FriendlyNewspapersSports TVWiFiLive Music
Opening times: 12-11 Mon-Thu; 12-12 Fri & Sat; 12-11 Sun

Due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic this pub is currently offering additional services:

Providing takkeaway food & drink. Initially flagons cost an initial £3 of which you then keep and can be refilled. To fill the flagon it will cost £10 these hold 4 pints , also offering 2 pint pitchers that can be stored in the fridge for 24 hours these cost £5 , cases of 12 bottles of Pig on the wall and BFG all prices at £25 and Fireside which is £27 . Message via web page/Facebook page or call on 01785 252198 . All ales available while stock lasts, listed on the real ale app for takeaway. Breakfasts available Tue to Sat, book the previous day, menu on Facebook page. Sunday lunch order for collection or delivery, book the day before, available noon-4pm. Previously Open 4th July to 4th November with strict rules posted in the pub obey or or you may have been shown a red card. They continued their takeaway carvery on Sundays 12-3, order by 5pm Saturday from lockdown 1. Lunchtime sandwiches & jacket potatoes were available, order day before, collect between noon & 2pm. 7 real ales & one cider at time of reopening. Check Facebook page for details and updates.
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Regular beers: Black Country Bradley's Finest Golden, Black Country Pig on the Wall, Black Country Fireside

See more about this pub on WhatPub, CAMRA's national pub guide.

A welcoming and comfortable pub in Stafford town centre, refurbished in 2017. The pub has a traditional feel to it with three rooms and open fires. It has a function room for private hire and it also hosts live music on Sunday evenings. It boasts the biggest beer garden in Stafford town centre. The pub offers home cooked food to complement the ales it serves, including a carvery on Sundays (served from 12 to 5). Part of the 'Birds' history is as a Joules of Stone pub and the trademark cross can still be seen on the outside door frames. It is the nearest pub to Stafford railway station. Level access to the pub, bar & lounge, slight drop to snug. Ramp to toilet and if required a movable ramp for entrance to function room.