Bars for Rainy Days in Birmingham
Look at that sad soggy puddle outside, today's going to be a rainy write off and you're sulking about it. But wait! Don't get down in the dumps about the drizzle, there's a cosy abundance of bars in Birmingham that make any rainy day in the city a boozy godsend; From suburban pubs to tiki cocktail bars that will whisk you away to paradise. So why not nab those brollies, check out these rainy day bars in Birmingham and snuggle up next to a fireplace, pint of pale ale or cocktail in hand.
Last updated on 9th January 2017
Slurp, sip and swig your way through Be At One's delicious cocktail menu on a wet weather day as the bar serves up enough to keep you happy for hours. Their expert mixologists know how to whip anything from a margarita through to their own unique mixes, best to go and try for yourself.
Located in the Jewellery Quarter, The Button Factory is a quirky and cool hangout in which to wait out the rain. There's lots of exposed brick, wooden counters and plush leather booths to snuggle up in, as well as a menu that will leave you feeling stuffed.
More than a safe haven from the dreary outside, this cosy little gem will have you all snuggled up next to their roaring open fireplaces come a down pour. From their ravishing roast dinners to their international selection of ales and craft beer, this kitsch little nook in the heart of Moseley is one great escape from a rainy day in the city thanks to their uplifting charm and laid-back attitudes.
Get up high to beat the rain in the Sky Bar. With views over Birmingham, this sleek spot is perfect for swanky cocktails and watching the world below drift by. Pitch up and work your way through an Asian-inspired drinks list which will make you forget all about those rainy days.
You're soaked right on through and you need to warm those chilly cockles, so how about a trip to one of the most exotic venues in the city? Blaring sunshine vibes and one of the most unique cocktail collections in the city make tiki-treat Island Bar the perfect place to escape the dreary day outside; and far cheaper than a plane ticket on cruddy airways we say!
The rain sure has come 'a' knocking so you need to make a quick getaway from the drizzly monster. Head to the basements of Birmingham's biggest shopping street for a secret bar like no other in the city. A cosy nod to Medieval architecture, Bacchus is a basement bar brimming with hearty real ales, fireplaces, and slatherings of stone masonry that make for a unique escape from the rain in Birmingham.
Heart warming ales alongside heart warming people with heart warming fireplaces to boot, could you really think of anywhere better to spend your time during a blustery Birmingham downpour? Boasting cosy little nooks and their own tiki bar, The Prince of Wales is a unique escape from the drizzle outside.
Forget about the wet weather in this American-esque diner launched by the infamous Bitters N Twisted team. Sit back in a booth and imagine warmer climates, or stuff yourself with their big plates for the ultimate comfort food experience.
The problem with rain? It gets right in the way of plans, events and any fun in world you were looking forward to this year. But how about a bar that promises things to do and a pretty dapper enviroment to do them in? A hipster heaven brimming with vintage furniture and it's own Doctor Who Tardis door, The Rainbow Pub boasts a cracking collection of retro games consoles in their games corner that will wave the drizzle away with a bought of Mario Kart racing.
Sometimes what you really need is a good old pint, and more often than not it's on a miserable day. Fortunately The World Bar has more than 40 types of beer to slurp, or if you fancy ciders and wine to boot as well.
Cosy is awesome, and cosy is just what you need when the heavens have opened and unleashed an ocean of water upon our darling streets, so where can you find some of this cosiness? Nip down to Kings Heath where kitsch hideaway Cherry Reds is waiting for you to sample a selection of deli treats, home made cupcakes, unique craft beers and hearty locals all looking for a laid back drink in the city.