Alfresco Drinking in Birmingham

Who needs a garden when you've got bars in Birmingham right? From canal-side tipples to charming terrace sun traps, Birmingham has a plethora of alfresco hotspots to try a drink or three in this beautiful city. There may even be a few rooftop treats in store for alfresco drinkers that aren't a little shy of heights. Check out our recommendations for places to drink alfresco in the UK's second city, Birmingham. 

Last updated on 2nd October 2018




The Lord Clifden

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A Jewellery Quarter favourite for garden based antics, those looking to get their alfresco drinking fix in Birmingham will enjoy the neat tidings of this kooky plot. From a bar brimming with craft brews and local ales, to a garden toting ping pong tables, DJ parties and more, head on down for some lovely summer supping.

Right in the heart of Birmingham city centre,  Browns Bar and Brasserie makes for a relaxing break from the bustle of the shopping district. Serving modern British cuisine and hand crafted cocktails, you can enjoy the relaxed atmosphere from the outside terrace and take in the lively and vibrant city centre views at the restaurant bar in Birmingham. 

One of Brindleyplace's most perfectly positioned bars, The Pitcher and Piano is primed for canal-side drinks in the summer sun. Whether you opt for their street side seating area's or second floor terrace tables, you can rest assured that this bar in Brindleyplace will give you some of the best daytime drinking views in town. 

If you fancy taking your alfresco drinks to the highest of highs then why not sip on a tipple at one of least vertigo friendly bars in Birmingham. Overlooking the Birmingham skyline, Marco Pierre White's Champagne Bar is a rooftop bar in Birmingham with sleek style and the bubbles to match. 

The Village

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With two beautiful, botanic laced spaces to choose from, it's no wonder that The Village is coming up trumps when it comes to alfresco drinks in Birmingham. From their cutesy garden brimming with booths and topiary, to their tree propped tables out front, grab a bevvie and enjoy the Birmingham sunshine.