Bars in Kings Heath

Found yourself pottering all of five miles away from Birmingham city centre and wondering what drinking holes the suburbs behold? An 18th century village come city suburb, King's Heath is charming little town brimming with independent quirks that make it a relaxing spot away from the heart of bustling Birmingham. Check out our recommendations for the best bars in Kings Heath and get your fill of independent hideaways and cracking music venues in Birmingham. 

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The Station

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One of the newest boozy residents in Kings Heath, The Sun at the Station are sister bar to the Birmingham city centre's Sun on the Hill and a kitsch venture in one of Birmingham's up and coming suburbs. From vintage style wallpaper, classic re-upholstered pub furniture, mounted antlers and a cracking beer garden with live music to boot, The Sun at the Station is a fun and relaxed pub in Birmingham. 


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Part of the popular Kitchen Garden Cafe, Fletchers is a relaxed and quiet escape from the bustle of Birmingham city centre bars. From its petite yet cosy beer garden to its kitsch wallpaper and cosy booths, this small bar in Birmingham is a great place for classic drinks and classic music as the space is also host to some of Kings Heath finest jazz nights. 

The Hare and Hounds

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Not only host to UB40's first ever gig, The Hare and Hounds is a pub in Birmingham that offer your everyday music lover a lot more than just great grub and local beers and ales. Not content with being one of Birmingham's best music venues, The Hare and Hounds promise a plethora of unique nights out including street food events, knitting nights and more.