Bars In Digbeth

One of the city's most exciting nightlife spots, Digbeth has seen a huge influx of drinking dens and restaurants over past years, from sprawling tropical beer gardens to cool and quirky cafes and classic pubs. To help you navigate this ever-changing and oh-so-trendy area of Birmingham, we've had the pleasure of rounding up the best bars in Digbeth for you to check out.

Last updated on 21st April 2022




Hennessey's

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If a bit of big screen action if what you're looking for, there's nowhere else to pitch up than Hennessey's, aka one of the best bars with a garden in Digbeth. Nab yourself a spot in their massive outdoor space and prepare to celebrate and commiserate with fresh pints and classic pub grub.

This unique pub boasts an astounding lineup of craft beers and delicious food. Alongside The Ruin's daily offering of sumptuous flatbreads, huge wraps and hearty stews, you'll find a wide selection of booze to wash it all down.

Birdies Bar

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A tropical haven in one of the area'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.

A stunning little craft beer spot in the city, Kilder has as much in the way of substance as it does in style. With an extensive array of brews on offer, they also whip up delicious natural wines and all your favourite classic cocktails.

Definitely one of the quirkiest spots in the city, 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.

Serving top-notch sips, this industrial-style taproom is home to one of the city's best local breweries. Grab yourself a bench by their massive brewing tanks and tip back their sublime selection of house beers, soaked up with some steaming slices of pizza.