The Boot Inn in Sutton Coldfield is a fantastic community pub that you will be proud to call your local. Located at the heart of the community next to Rectory Park, the Boot Inn is everything a village pub should be. Somewhere you’re always welcome and relaxed, whether you’re by yourself or with friends and family.
Our new menus serve a great range of familiar favourites, light bites and delicious desserts. As it’s your home from home, we even do a Sunday roast!
We also pride ourselves on having a fantastic drinks range! There’s a selection of craft and cask ales, your favourite spirits and an extensive range of wines. And for sport fans, we have a huge pull-down screen showing all the biggest matches.
The Boot Inn’s building and its adjacent malthouse were built in the 1800s to serve the local community. The job of inn-keeping was not enough for the person living there, so Joseph James moved into the Boot in 1843. James was a Cordwainer – a maker of boots and shoes.
James displayed a boot outside his premises to advertise his trade – so the reputation of the beer to be drank at the sign of the boot spread around the district.
The Boot Inn was first named in in the 1870s and was regarded as the centre of the growing community – which it still is today.