Earl of Lichfield Arms8 Conduit Street
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This compact city centre pub dates from the 18th century, masked by a modern rebuild at the front. The interior is done out in a bare-brick, bare-wood style, and is split into two levels, with the upper bar featuring a splendid monochrome panorama of Lichfield scenes. There's a small, tidy beer terrace to the rear. The guest ales come from the Marston's portfolio, with a policy of at least one dark and one pale ale.