Late nights and lots of Champagne and cocktails are the name of the game at Olivia's Townhouse. The Arcadian bar goes from classy drinks to top DJs on the weekend, so make sure you pack your dancing shoes because you won't wanna leave.
Bars in Arcadian
One of our city's busiest weekend party destinations and based only a stone's throw from New Street Station, the Arcadian complex has a whole host of venues to hop between on any great night out. An interesting mix of relaxed restaurant bars and student bound party venues, it's a premium all-rounder for all to revel in. Check out our collection of the best bars in Birmingham's Arcadian and get your plans sorted.
The Glee Club is constantly abuzz, full of side-splitting acts and light-hearted chuckles. The bar regularly showcases some of the biggest names in the comedy world, with the likes of Jack Dee and Lee Evans having graced their stage. Grab a drink, sit back and wait for the tears of laughter.
Sidewalk is a venue that prides itself on being one of the wildest venues in town. Based in the middle of Birmingham's Gay quarter, the venue doesn't hold back and welcomes everyone in for a fun-loving night of huge party tracks and ice-cold drinks.
Restaurant by day, party haven at night, the Loft Lounge sits in the beating heart of Birmingham, next to the city's famous complex. The bar deals only in fiery flavours and quirky creations, serving a selection of both classic and signature cocktails.
Spread across various different areas, Levana Bar is arguably one of the finest in the entire Arcadian complex. The bar is open during the day, offering a laid-back spot to unwind in, before kicking things up a notch come nightfall with the city's best emerging DJs.
Arcadian may not be written on Bambu's postcode, but it's so close that you can't ignore its pull. Nestled in Chinatown next door, it's an indulgent champagne party bar in Birmingham with the luscious decor to match.
DJ nights, summer drinking on the patio, sports matches consistently on show and cocktails in abundance. You name it, Sobar have probably got it. Swing by for a VIP experience and the chance to revel in quirky Asian-inspired decor.
Despite being one of Birmingham's smallest gay bars, Missing undoubtedly packs a punch with its exuberant dancers, vibrant club nights and fun-loving attitude. Sitting comfortably in the heart of the complex, the bar regularly offers wild nights out.