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Spent our early learning years in this great establishment, and returned this year, after about 30 years to find it unchanged in appearance, in a good way, but even more warm and welcoming if that’s possible. Lovely landlord and bar staff. Keep the faith! X
This is a lovely old place with beautiful tiled entrance and interesting interior. On a warm day we sat near the window drinking perfect Tetleys and could have stayed there all day. Convivial atmosphere and friendly staff. The only downside is that the entrance to...More
Since I've been in Wakefield.. I wouldn't of never think this would be one pub I absolutely relish!
The welcoming from their bartender- Big Poppa John.. Thank you, for making my first night,enjoyable and welcomed!!
Big Poppa definitely is a big guy,whos kindness outshine most...More
I was staying in Wakefield on business and wanted a pint of Ale. I found this place on the map and I'm glad I did. They have an excellent selection of ales. I was on my own so wasn't sure about going into an unknown...More
This Grade II listed pub can be found between the 'Bull Ring' area and the top of Westgate in Wakefield...
Black Rock is one of the few traditional boozers left in this mainly modern bar area of Wakey and is the place to find a...More
Popped in for a beer with my wife who used to live in the city. A lovely pub that reminds me of the good old local bars of my youth.
A friendly welcome from some nice staff. A good pint and a nice place to...More
Lovely Victorian exterior and in keeping inside. A good selection of real ales, friendly people and just a nice place to sit and have a pint. I was surprised to find there was room to sit on a busy Saturday afternoon in December and will...More