The Button Factory may channel some cool New York-style vibes inside, but go onto their sun-trap balcony and you can get a beautiful view of the Jewellery Quarter. Meanwhile, you can sip on some delicious cocktails and munch on food from their robata grill – what's not to love?
Bars in Birmingham With a View
Thanks to its industrial heritage, Historical quarters and status as the UK's second city, there's plenty of great sights to see in Birmingham. Whether it's the scenic and idyllic setting of the bars in Jewellery Quarter or perched upon one of Birmingham's rooftop bars, we've put together a list of great bars in Birmingham with a view. Check out the prettiest looking places in Birmingham right here.
One of the most popular music venues in Birmingham also lays claim to one of the prettiest views in Birmingham City. Overlooking the well known, and well loved St Paul's Square in the Jewellery Quarter, The Jam House has as famous a name hiding in its history as it does waiting outside its doors.
Known for having one of the best lunchtime hot-spots in ton, The Pitcher and Piano has one of the best views of Birmingham canals that you can hope to find. Whether you're on their canal-side tables or perched on their second floor terrace with a pint in hand, this is a great place to take in the scenic canal in amongst the bars in Brindleyplace.
The Flapper is the perfect mid-point between music venue loudness and serene canalside beauty. One of the bars with the best view in Birmingham in the form of the canal, should you wear yourself out while dancing away inside, it's the perfect little getaway.
With it's European style and cosmopolitan vibes, you're by a fun environment as well as given an amazing view of the beautiful Brindleyplace. Ideal for chilling out for after-work drinks or tucking in to a fine evening meal, and their covered outdoor terrace means you can enjoy drinks with a view all-year round.
Now if you wanted to take in the sights of the entirety of the UK's second city, then you've come to the right place . Marco Pierre White nabbed this location at the top of Birmingham's iconic Cube building and with good reason. With a 360 view of Birmingham city, this bar lights up at night with the city's stunning lights and sights.