The Prince Albert ticks all the boxes for me and I like to give credit where credit is due. Where else can you go in Wolverhampton that is stylish, comfortable, welcoming, and has luxurious facilities inside and out. This place has it all, the food is really good and they are adding new dishes to the menu all the time I know this as I've been going down since it re-opened. It's right by the bus and train stations, & near the theatre so it's really handy for me. They will cater for your group or business party and nothing is too much trouble. The staff are lovely. I've used their facilities a few times now for business meetings, getting my staff together over lunch etc. and we are making it a regular feature because it's not overly expensive but the quality of the food is excellent and it's served with care.
As far as a night out goes, my partner is really fussy & normally avoids the city at night but I managed to convince him to come along with me. The first time we went it was with the intention of chilling out early evening with a bottle of wine, the weather was good and we started off sitting outside on the terrace which is really tastefully done, quite mediterranean, nice sofas etc, and when we got hungry we just ordered some food which was served to us at our table, they do not rush you out, you can relax and enjoy a full evening where in most places you are out in 1.5 hours max. Here our 'chill out' evening stretched on till we became part of the late night scene as crowds of people started to arrive for what was clearly going to be a proper night out. Not having been part of the clubbing scene for quite some time we didn't really know what to expect so we were a bit apprehensive at first, but the whole night turned out fantastic in the end, & we even bumped in to some friends there, we were really impressed with the kind of clientele it attracts and the glam party atmosphere. The cocktails are fabulous, and the place has a real buzz to it, we also felt safe. I've always felt a lot more could be done in Wolverhampton and this venue is proving me right.
This place opens and closes so often its hard to keep up. Its been a gay bar then straight pub and back again - so cannot say at any particular time what it is and whether its open! So best just to walk on by.
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