Bars in Harborne
Though only a small leafy Victorian suburb in Birmingham, Harborne has a great collective of independent bars and was once the place of residency for uber indie band, Ocean Colour Scene. From whimsical and charming venues to some of the most envious beer gardens in Birmingham, Harborne is truly no place to be ignored on a visit. Check out our recommendations for the best bars in Harborne and get to know one of Birmingham's up and coming suburbs.
Cask Marque accredited, you're sure to get a drink that's worth your while in this charming Harborne boozer. One of Birmingham's cosiest venues, The Junction is a great Sunday venue be it for lunch or a cheeky tipple of three. Ask for the fireplace to be put on and experience your own country venture.
Looking for a good ol' local pub in Birmingham promising no less than cosy surroundings and like-minded chilled out people, then Harborne Stores is the pub for you. From karaoke nights in Birmingham to family fun days and a beer garden to boot, Harborne stores is a warm and welcoming retreat from Birmingham's city centre bars.
While already boasting a city centre destination, it's their Harborne offering that's got everybody talking. From a secret garden out back and sun laden patio, to hearty bites, independent coffee and cracking ales, Boston Tea Party truly echoes the charm of this, well, charming suburbia.
Upping the stakes when it comes to traditional pubs in Birmingham is this fanciful Harborne affair. With a scenic beer garden, private party room, contemporary dining rooms and slick, modern bar, The King's Head is a Birmingham experience unto its own.
The romantic Parisian vibes of this bar in Birmingham are hard to miss. Brimming with sandy tones and subtle candle lit lighting, Arco Lounge bring a little je ne c'est quoi to Birmingham with cocktails that are hard to miss. Oh and just a hint chaps, this bar makes for a great date night in Birmingham.
Now here's a pretty little joint in this charming suburb. From fairy lights and vintage signs to antler chandeliers, The Plough is renowned for its whimsical nature and unorthodox style, even boasting their own mini tuck shop. Head outside to the beer garden for independently sourced furniture and alfresco drinking in Birmingham.