Posada48 Lichfield Street
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Dating from 1886, a Victorian Grade II listed city-centre pub with ceramic exterior and interior tiled walls, original bar fittings, including rare snob screens, and little altered since a re-modelling in 1900 by local architect Fred T. Beck.
It attracts a varied clientele and is quiet during the day but busy in the evening and weekends, especially when Wolverhampton Wanderers are at home. There is a courtyard to the rear with a smoking area.
Meals are served, including roasts on Sundays, by an arrangement with the next door cafe. Cobs are also served.