Brewdog are infamous in Birmingham for delivering the best craft beers in a relaxed, easy-going atmosphere. With an international variety of beers, including local brews, American craft beer and Scottish pale ales, Brewdog have global liquid domination behind the bar. From their New York style interior to live music nights and beer tastings, Brewdog have secured themselves a regular crowd.
Around the World in 20 Birmingham Bars
Tired of the countless air fares, baggage limitations and the hair raising screams of a grumpy baby on the 7:05 to Fiji, but still want a sweet taste for international flavours? Heck, you can get it all in Brum don't you know. One of the most culturally rich cities in the UK, no corner turned in our fair city doesn't throw up a new venture. Whether you fancy cocktails and jambalaya, bayou style, or fancy stuffing those chops something silly with monstrous mound of New York style patties, you want it, we sure got it. Make your way around the world in 20 Birmingham bars and stamp a delicious passport of punchy flavours along the way.
Head over to the Jewellery Quarter to one of Birmingham's best pubs, The Rose Villa Tavern. Order from their American diner inspired menu, featuring burgers and hot dogs with all manner of toppings (yes, there is pulled pork!). No pub would be complete without an impressive selection of drinks, and the RVT do one better and offer a unique, creative cocktail menu too.
Hidden away in Digbeth is a real treasure of a restaurant - The Karczma. Serving up traditional Polish food, live music and vodka shots, look no further for dip into Polish culture. Decked out in fur throws, long wooden benches, stuffed animals, and even a thatched straw ceiling, The Karczma is warm and inviting and offers up something a little different to Birmingham.
Looking for a taste of Spain? Then look no further than tapas bar and restaurant Bar Estilo in the Mailbox. Be transported to the sunny coasts of Spain with the terracotta walls, vibrant music and relaxed, inviting atmosphere. Bar Estilo offer up delicious selection of tapas dishes, tempting Spanish cocktails, and no less than four unique flavours of sangria to share with friends.
For a taste of Argentina, Edgbaston based restaurant Fiesta Del Asada have got all areas covered. Offering up everything from free tango lessons to live Argentinian music to traditional food and drinks such as empanadas and Angosto steak, this rustic restaurant delivers a unique experience in a charming, welcoming environment.
Family run Irish bar in Digbeth, Hennesseys, is friendly, relaxed and everything a pub should be. One of the city's most well known Irish residents, this is set to be a stellar taste of those infamous Emerald Isles. It's a great venue to watch sport with a pint or two, or to tuck into some hearty pub grub for those that like their nights out of a classic nature.
The last thing you'd expect to find on Birmingham's party central, Broad Street, is an Indian restaurant. But then you also wouldn't expect to find a furniture shop either, but there you go. Not only do Pushkar dish up delicious, award winning, Indian food, they've also made themselves known as a fantastic bar too with a team of highly-skilled bar staff making exquisite cocktails and bespoke liquid refreshments.
Delivering yet another fantastic venue in Birmingham, the Bitter 'N' Twisted group are serving up a slice of South America in the shape of Bodega. Spend the evening upstairs in the bustling, vibrant restaurant with delicious food and cocktails inspired by South American flavours. Think burritos and nachos, all washed down with a classic Pina Colada or one of their inventive tequila, rum or pisco based creations. Or venture downstairs to their secret Mexican wrestler themed bar.
Birmingham's nightlife doesn't get more exclusive than Bambu. This club oozes glamour and sophisticated with its boudoir themed rooms and stylish decor, and is a haven for celebs. Continuing the premium experience and furthering their Eastern style, Bambu have installed a Moroccan themed garden too.