The Rectory

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Birmingham, England

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The Rectory Jul 21, 2010
The Rectory is a bar that does food, on St Paul’s square in the jewellery quarter in Birmingham. It has a bar part, tables for sitting down and eating, and a few beer tables outside. St Paul’s square is a pleasant, leafy square with a church in the middle of it, and a nice part of town quite a long way from the main pub and club districts. The bar is cosy and dark, with dark leatherette and wood furniture and stained glass above the door. There is a nice range of drinks served by friendly staff. The food is nice, if a little more expensive than I’m normally used to, and came quickly. I’ve been here a few times as it’s a real favourite of my friend Kate, and it’s consistently nice. It’s also quite spacious, which is nice because there is no sense of crowding, at least in the early evening. That would also mean that you could probably come in in a wheelchair without having to push past too many people.



There is no dedicated car park, but this is one of the few places in Birmingham where you can park in the streets.
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