Presented to you by Jools Holland himself, The Jam House is perfect for live music in the Jewellery Quarter. Host to bands almost every evening, you can hear the line-up at this venue entertaining the Brummie hordes over drinks and dinner, from nearly a mile down the road.
Bars In Jewellery Quarter
Bustling with history and something of a golden glow, The Jewellery Quarter happens to be home to a lot more than diamonds and rings you know. Brimming with independent haunts and fanciful drinking holes, it's a hub for socialising in the city. Check out our recommendations for the best bars in Jewellery Quarter.
Hands down one of the best cocktail bars in the Jewellery Quarter, Bar Ikigai is a stunning and chic spot for date night. The watering hole serves Japanese-inspired beer, wine and tipples, as well as coffees galore. Plus, we recommend asking for a tailored drink, omakase-style.
Occupying Vertu's old space, The Button Factory is a pared-down, New York-style bar with minimal chic interiors and a lovely little outdoor terrace. The bar specialises in cocktails including classics such as a margherita and a selection of bellinis and martinis.
Boasting a buzzing beer garden and fabulous cocktails, The Clifden is the perfect plot for whiling your summer days away. It's interiors are equally quirky; not to mention its menu of scran - we mean flatbreads, pizzas and sweet potato fries.
There's no better place to take in the sights of St Pauls Square than perched on one of the bar tables at The Rectory. Overlooking this historic square, the bar also features 180 Club, fab for those after a good club in the Jewellery Quarter.
Fredericks Coffee Lounge and Bar has transformed into the late-night live music venue, Acapella. Located in the bustling Jewellery Quarter, the bar combines drinking and entertainment all week, bringing together a roster of different acts, with live music on Fridays and Saturdays.
Great live music and brilliant drinks are wonderfully married together at the Actress and Bishop in Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter. With some of the city's brightest young talents on stage, guests can soak up everything this bar has to offer from the bar to kitchen.
Fronting quirky decor, exposed brick and a rustic chic vibe throughout, Saint Pauls House is a stunner. It's got a huge range of white and red wine if you're a vino lover, or you can get stuck into cocktails - think pornstar martinis, zombies and much more.
The Church Inn echoes the charm and sophistication of a Prohibition-era speakeasy with its rich colours and candle-lit character. Pairing elegant cocktails and a menu of soul food, guests can enjoy craft beer or spritz on the rooftop terrace when the weather allows.
Part of the popular Bitter 'N' Twisted chain, The Rose Villa Tavern is a charming and atmospheric venue fab for Jewellery Quarter pub crawls. From scrumptious burgers to some of the best classic cocktails in the area, it's established a solid reputation in Brum.
The Wolf prides itself on having a stripped-back appeal that caters to everybody, serving up great craft ales, bottled beers, and tasty coffee alongside sandwiches, pies and pastries to eat. This friendly pub is perfect for everything from morning coffees to late night sessions.
40 St Paul's is one of the stunning bars in the Jewellery Quarter and a gem in the city's bustling drinks scene. Step inside and you'll discover an intimate space made up of cosy black booths, dark wooden tables, a full-stocked bar of many gins from across the glove and just 24 seats.
A local legend for craft brews, 1000 Trades is a go-to for those big on brews from local creators and further afield. Add in the bar's collection of art from Birmingham's best artistic talents and live music on the regular, and you've got one heck of a Jewellery Quarter bar.