One of the best bars in Digbeth, Luna Springs is the latest venture from the team behind Tonight Josephine. Formerly the Digbeth Arena, the Lower Trinity Street destination is your one-stop shop for bottomless brunches, outdoor drinks and live music events.
Bars in Digbeth
If you're young and hip and looking for a place to get your drink on, you should already be on the bus Digbeth. One of the city's most exciting nightlife spots, the area has seen a huge influx of bars and restaurants over past years, from sprawling tropical beer gardens to cool and quirky cafes, and its star just keeps on rising. To help you navigate this every-changing and oh-so-trendy area of Birmingham, we've had the pleasure of rounding the best bars in Digbeth for you to check out.
One of the best outoor bars in Digbeth, this new pop up from The Big Birmingham Bake is letting you sip under the stars this season. Head over to Floodgate Street where The Garden Bar is promising plenty of drinks, free cake and cosy blankets in some very pretty surroundings.
With a passion for all things funk, soul and ska, this unique Digbeth bar and club is a fun and friendly spot bursting with acitivity. From dedicated genre nights from some of the city's best DJs, to music-themed brunches and BBQ all-dayers, it's one of the finest spots in all of Birmingham.
A stunning little craft beer bar in Digbeth, Kilder has as much in the way of substance as it does in style. With an extensive array of craft beers on offer, their boards are packed with curious brews from across the globe, and they've also got some excellent natural wines as well.
A bar, club and rooftop in Digbeth, The Mill offers some of the best nights out in the city. On top of DJ sets and nights dedicated to some of the biggest names in music you'll find a gorgeous outside space covered in pretty flowers and relaxed sitting areas.
A more social way to late-night game, this unique bar in the heart of Digbeth is one of the best spots in town for those who like to mix their drinks with a little screen time. Boasting a mammoth selection of quirky consoles, they're also known for their craft beer selection and kooky cocktails.
Modelled on the ruin bars of Budapest, this unique pub in Digbeth boasts an astounding line-up of top-notch craft beers and delicious food. Alongside their daily offering of flatbreads, wraps and hearty stews, you'll find one of the best Sunday roasts in Birmingham at this Floodgate Street spot.
One of the best beer gardens in Birmingham, Zumhof is an industrially-edged outdoor space on Heath Mill Lane. Offering a new take on the German bar theme, they're offering a stellar range of on-tap beers and cocktails, alongside delicious brats and iconic slices courtesy of Rudy's pizza.
One of the best sports bars in Birmingham, it's a bit of big screen action you're looking for there's nowhere else to pitch up but Hennessey's. Nab yourself a spot in their massive outdoor space and prepare to celebrate and commiserate with fresh pints and classic pub grub.
Definitely one of the quirkiest spots in Digbeth, Chance & Counters is a board game bar serving up craft beers, cocktails and classic comfort eats. Home to over 500 games, this Custard Factory cafe can keep you and your mates entertained all day long, with friendly staff on hand to help you navigate their collection.
One of the best bars in Digbeth, this industrial-style taproom is home to one of the city's best local breweries. Grab yourself a bench by one of their massive brewing tanks and get sipping on their sublime selection of house beers, soaked up with some steaming slices of pizza.
Part of the Lower Trinity Street venue collective, this art deco-inspired cocktail bar is a must visit if you're looking for a space with a little extra flair. Decked out in chequerboard patterns and hand-painted murals, it'll certainly bring something a little different to your Instagram game.
Taking your night out to new levels, Heath Mill Lane's Roxy Ball Room is rec room for Birmingham's big kids. A bowling alley and arcade that also happens to serve up some seriously good cocktails, the Digbeth bar is ready to help you tap into your inner child.
A cool and casual cafe in the heart of the area, Fazeley Social is about helping you relax. Whether you're grabbing one of their wholesome sandwiches come lunchtime, or getting stuck into their post-office events, it's one of the best social hubs in Digbeth.
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One of the oldest pubs in Birmingham, The Old Crown is a must-visit in the summer months thanks to its gorgeous, and none-too-small, beer garden. Drop in for sunshine pints and delicious pizzas, and while away an evening at one of the best bars in Digbeth.
A tropical haven in one of Digbeth's most thriving complexes, this Custard Factory bar is bringing a taste of warmer climes to Birmingham's creative quarter. Decked out in palm prints and birds of paradise motifs, you'll find zesty drinks and some of the best BBQ food in the city.