Bars in the Birmingham Suburbs
While many may think that all of Birmingham's activity and nightlife is exclusive to Birmingham city centre, we thought we'd prove your assumptions wrong. From Moseley to Digbeth, there just so happens to be a whole host of cool and quirky bars in Birmingham that ooze with fun independence and party spirit. Check out our recommendations for the best bars in Birmingham suburbs and make haste for an adventure in some of the city's well loved local bars and pubs all within reach of a taxi from the city centre.
Last updated on 15th May 2016
Moseley only went and got their mitts on one of the best beer gardens in Moseley now didn't they! Found at The Prince of Wales, this cool and quirky beer garden is an adventurers haven of fun. Head past the cosy, traditional pub out front and make headway for out back as The Prince of Wales not only boast their own cigar shop and wine bar but one of Birmingham's only tiki bars, Motiki.
Did you know that The Hare and Hounds were host to UB40's first ever gig? You do now! One of Birmingham's best independent music venues, The Hare and Hounds love to throw a good event, from street food and local gigs to a monthly stitching night, there's something for everyone and this vibrant and humble bar in the heart of Kings Heath.
Part of the ever growing and ever popular Lounges chain, you'd be forgiven in thinking that Loco Lounge was an independent bar unto its own. Found in what used to be an old bed shop in Kings Heath, Loco Lounge has brought a little relaxing charm to this Birmingham suburb. A cool and kitsch bar brimming with bookshelves and vintage sofa's, Loco Lounge is a lounge bar in Birmingham that promise relaxed tipples and creative cocktails.
Not only can the The Plough be found in one of the most charming suburbs in the city, it can be found in our top 10 pubs in Birmingham list too! A quirky blend of the fun and kitsch with modern dining ethics, The Plough is a trendy retreat from the bustle of Birmingham city centre. From their vintage furniture to one of Birmingham's best beer gardens, The Plough is a suburban bar with style.
If you like your bars in Birmingham with a whole heap of independence and home-spun flair then you're probably best suited to a bar like Cherry Reds. A petite little affair in the heart of Kings Heath, Cherry Reds is a nod to fun and quirky with a littering of fairy lights, vintage sofa's and beer panels littering the bar. From their cupcake cafe to 2-4-1 cocktails every day, Cherry Reds is a wholesome little boozer.
Did you know that some of Birmingham's cosiest little boozers are hiding in Moseley? Found in one of Birmingham's favourite independent suburbs, The Fighting Cocks is a pub that people head to for a vibrant night out with a taste of cosy pub life. Boasting subtle cosy kitsch with DJ vibes, The Fighting Cocks is a relaxed pub by day and a cool, trendy hang out by night.
Found in one of the closest suburbs to Birmingham city centre, you'll be pleased to find the nitty gritty of a cool urban warehouse just a stones throw away from your local amenities. Found in the creative arena that is Digbeth, Spotlight is a cool warehouse bar that blends the contemporary and vintage with the industrial. From vintage luggage trunk tables to Digbeth Dining Club, Spotlight is one of Birmingham's best party independents.