The Junction


One of the most established pubs in Harborne, The Junction offers the warmest of welcomes and has been a cornerstone of the community since 1904. 

Offering a varied range of British pub classics, delicious sharing platters, traditional roasts and bar snacks, there is something for everyone, as well as a great range of vegetarian and vegan options. Behind the bar, you’ll find craft beers and cask ales, a broad selection of wines, a range of spirits and tasty soft drinks. 

With a distinctly Victorian exterior, this cosy pub has a vintage character with booth seating, open fires and even a spacious beer garden for the warmer months. Perfect for al-fresco dining, drinks with friends or a quick lunch, this pub also has a regular quiz and a bookable space for special occasions and events.


Offer Availability
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Purchase a dish from our breakfast/brunch, lunch or main menu and you will receive unlimited tea or coffee, unlimited water or soda water as well as access to our free WiFi. We will also aim to seat you near to a plug socket to ensure you have access to everything you need.


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Day Open Close Notes
Monday 12:00 23:00
Tuesday 12:00 23:00
Wednesday 12:00 23:00
Thursday 12:00 23:00
Friday 12:00 23:00
Saturday 12:00 23:00
Sunday 12:00 23:00



The Junction, 212, High Street, B17 9PT



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The Junction - Pub Review

Perched at the top of Harborne High Street, The Junction is a recognisable sight. A booming traditional Edwardian building with red brick, beautiful original features and light spilling out the arched windows; it’s no wonder this place is so popular. The Venue A grand copper lantern guides you…

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