Bars in Colmore District
The business quarter of Birmingham, Colmore Business District in Birmingham is a hubbub of professionals and relaxed evening drinkers alike. Great for after-work drinks in Birmingham and dinner in the city alike, the Colmore Business District harbours some of the most well known bars that Birmingham has to offer. Check out our recommendations for the best bars near Colmore District in Birmingham and make haste for this dense and plush part of the city.
Last updated on 30th May 2017
Just down the road from Colemore Row is the Old Joint Stock Theatre, delivering Victorian charm, delicious beers and a whole range of entertainment. Whether you are dining on their balcony, taking in their Victorian interiors or coming to see one of their many plays, comedy or live music (see their listings for more info), they have something for pretty much everyone in Birmingham.
Whilst an unusual place to put one of Birmingham's most cool and quirky bars, location makes no bother at all. Split between a whimsical traditional pub downstairs and a Victorian themed gin parlour on the second floor, The Jekyll and Hyde is a cocktail bar in Birmingham that knows nothing but creativity, originality and flair.
One of the most stylish bars in Colmore Row, the Alchemist combines luxury interiors and fine cocktails to create a unique experience. With moody dark flourishes, hanging exposed bulbs and fancy chesterfield sofas, The Alchemist becomes one of the coolest places to drink in Birmingham thanks to its masterful cocktail menu.
A quaint, stylish and slick restaurant bar in the heart of Birmingham, Utopia are something of a wine bar at heart. That's why it's no surprise to find special food and drinks deals such as their quirky Fizz Dogs menu. Now that's a lovely slice of life if ever we've heard one.
One of the city's most well loved bars from renowned food connoisseur Glynn Purnell, Ginger's is a cocktail bar in Birmingham with sleek style and cosmopolitan flair. Boasting some of the city's most creative cocktail concoctions, this bar is persistently brimming with Birmingham's professional clientele after one of the venue's inventive tipples.
If you're after a bar in Birmingham that knows their vintage tipples and classic white wines then you'd be hard pushed not to make your way towards the Bubble Lounge. A champagne bar in Birmingham's Hotel Du Vin that boast some of the city's most unique grape based treats and mature working clientele, Bubble Lounge is awash with tradition and class.
From regular beer tasting events and beer festivals to some of the very best in international hops, Edmunds is a great place in Birmingham beer lovers and guzzlers to connect. A relaxed and somewhat traditional pub in Birmingham, Edmund's have comfort in mind thanks to their rich oak tables and cosy leather sofas.
A swanky cocktail joint in the city, The Bureau blends a cool line between the speakeasies of old and the glamorous DJs bars of the new. Found in the heart of Birmingham's Colmore District, this is sure to be a hot spot for after work drinks in the city and those after something a little upmarket from their bevvies. Cocktails, a deli, and hotdogs to boot? We'll count you in then yes?
One of the many traditional pubs on Colmore Row, the Wellington serves up a huge roster of real ales and ciders in a relaxed and fun environment. If you fancy a more ‘Sunday Afternoon Feeling’ all week-long instead of the hustle and bustle of other Birmingham bars.
A traditional pub in Birmingham, The Old Contemptibles have drinks and history at heart. A bar that commemorates World War One heroes and even has their images etched into their stunning stained glass windows, The Old Contemptibles is a grand and cosy pub in Birmingham great for those just looking to sit back, chat and unwind.