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 bars and fanciful drinking holes, it's the perfect area to visit if you're looking for after work drinks in one of its many chilled out restaurant bars. Check out our recommendations for places to visit in Birmingham's bustling Jewellery Quarter.
Last updated on 3rd July 2017
Part of the popular Bitter 'N' Twisted chain, The Rose Villa Tavern is a charming and atmospheric venue at the very heart of Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter. From Fish and Chips Tuesday to some of the best classic cocktails in its district, it's established a reputation for offering frivolously fun nights out and laid back after work drinks in Birmingham alike.
Known as having one of the coolest and quirkiest beer gardens in Birmingham, The Lord Clifden may seem like any old British boozer, but it harbours some great vintage treat. Home to summer disco's and garden parties alike, it bursts into life during the summer and draws in crowds from all over the city with it's idyllic garden and bar stocked full of fine wines, craft beers and international spirits.
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.
One of Birmingham's best basement bars, The Vaults is a warm and inviting underground retreat. Primed for dinner and date nights alike, this rich coloured bar and elegantly decorated venue is renowned in the Birmingham scene for its great food, great vibes and great cocktail masterclasses.
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, including the awe-inspiring decorations and laid-back ambience. The sleek beams branch between the ceiling and floor, while the neon lighting helps to set the underground vibe that oozes from this characterful venue.
There's no better place to take in the sights of the scenic St Pauls Square than perched on one of the bar tables at The Rectory. Overlooking this historic square, the bar has made prime use of its surroundings and remained stylish yet traditional throughout. From stained glass windows to chandeliers, it's a real treat for everyone.
Fredrick’s manages to merge relaxed daytime vibes with the vibrant, fun atmosphere of an evening lounge bar. Channelling a retro Chicago vibe with its golden filigree mirrors, pink black bar, Fredrick’s manages to secure itself as a popular night time haunt by offering a spectacular Happy Hour.
From private party areas, conference spaces, nineties DJ nights and kooky cocktails, Stirlings Bar and Lounge just by the way of St Pauls Square has something for everyone. Having hosted Channel 4 events and fashion shows, you'll be in amongst good company at this easy-going, Jewellery Quarter based bar.
A warm and inviting restaurant bar in Birmingham isn't hard to come by, but a charming venue serving local and bespoke ales, well now that's a little harder to find. Serving and suggesting great drinks to accompany their extensive menu, Anderson's Bar and Grill know their palette and will help you work your way around yours.
Presented to you by none other than Jools Holland himself, The Jam House overlooking St Pauls square is one of the very great music venues in Birmingham. Host to live music almost every evening, you can hear the line-up at this music-obsessed venue entertaining the Brummie hordes over drinks and dinner, from nearly a mile down the road.
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. Welcoming families, dogs and after-work drinkers alike, this friendly Jewellery Quarter pub is perfect for everything from morning coffees to late night sessions.
Alongside its sister pub The Lord Clifden, the Red Lion on Warstone Lane has had a defining influence on the city's nightlife scene. The bar itself has all the traditional features that you'd expect to find in a pub: dark mahogany tones, a booze-full bar and a gastro-pub menu of delectable comfort food. But pulling the bar into a more modern setting is the venue's walls, covered in contemporary art and featuring the likes of Banksy and Nick Walker. Old wonderfully clashes with new in this quaint Jewellery Quarter bar.