Bars in Digbeth
Whilst Digbeth's nightlife scene may seem to revolve around its clubbing warehouses and evening raves, there's a small but great collective of bars to be found in this creative corner of Birmingham. From warehouse bars to four tiered drinking retreats, they're doing Digbeth good and bars in Birmingham proud. Head down to this cool and creative retreat and visit one of these great bars in Digbeth.
Last updated on 15th May 2016
Sitting pretty in Birmingham's creative quarter, The Mockingbird Theatre is a cultural hub for the city's cool kids looking for somewhere to kick back. A haven for food, drink and events, The Mockingbird comes at the heart of Birmingham's infamous Custard Factory complex with everything form comedy nights to film screenings on the go.
Known for their warehouse parties and slamming club nights, The Rainbow Venues also harbour a quaint secret around the corner from their many party arena's. The Rainbow Pub is an idyllic retreat in Digbeth, brimming with traditional stylings, upcycled vintage furniture and a Doctor Who tardis replica. This cool and quirky bar in Birmingham is an almighty pull for Digbeth's young and fun.
Born of a downtrodden and derelict warehouse, you'd barely recognise slick and trendy retreat. Spotlight. Brimming with rough vintage charm and chesterfields by the bucket load, Spotlight bar have culminated a cool and industrial Digbeth mecca. This bar is also home to Digbeth Dining Club and well on its way to securing a solid place on the Birmingham pop-up scene.
Something of student staple on the Birmingham scene, late-night young ones know that Adam and Eve is the destination for sweaty nights and rambunctious parties. Toting a top selection of DJ nights and an inherently fun-filled crowd, Adam and Eve has been on the scene longer than you even knew there was a scene to begin with.
You'll be hard pushed to find a pub as old as this charming little joint in Digbeth. Reigning back to 1368, The Old Crown is hailed as one of the oldest pubs in the UK boastin period features and withering wooden beams galore. Yet, as the oldest pub in Birmingham, The Old Crown still manages to lure in Birmingham's young and creative punters thanks to its selection of DJ nights, premium beer garden and ping pong table.
Your cosy and comfortable alternative to warehouse parties, Fazeley Social is a charming cafe by day come chill out bar at night. Many a Friday night in Birmingham can be spent at Fazeley Social dabbling in their relaxed Jazz nights in the company of the bar's pristine white surroundings and Digbeth's chilled out cookies.
One of the newest party kids on the block, Next Door know no bounds when it comes to enticing the city with their never-ending rota of house nights and cracking underground DJ's. Brought to you by the same group behind Spotlight, Next Door is next level partying thanks to engaging visuals and top notch soundsystems.