Bars in The Cube
One of the most recognisable buildings in Birmingham despite its infancy, The Cube is a cool destination for drinking and dining alike, regardless of its small contingent. From sky-high champagne bars that tote the best city views in the business, to international restaurant bars with unique fare, there's a little something for everyone in this modern mass of brick, mortar and architecture. Check out our recommendations for some of the best bars in The Cube and uncover an intimate but fun plot of city centre bars and endearing eateries.
Last updated on 15th May 2016
One of the newest residents in the Cube plot, Bun & Bowl is a deluxe restaurant toting two very special dishes. They do kind of give it away in the name. Serving sumptuous bowls of Asian inspired shrimp and American style patty sliders alongside a classic and cool selection of cocktails, Bun & Bowl make dinner in Birmingham a laid-back and tasty ball.
Found at both the base, and the entrance to The Cube, Rodizio Rico is a plush plot for dinner and drinks alike. Overlooking the canal and toting contemporary interiors, Rodizio Rico's innards may not reflect the colour of Brazilian culture, but their dishes and drinks surely do. From cachaca laced cocktails to meat skewers served directly at your table, Rodizio Rico are unique and tasty to boot.
One of the most sought after champagne bars in Birmingham thanks to its sky-high views, celebrity name and high-end bottles of bubbly, Marco Pierre White's Champagne Bar is the jewel in The Cube's crown. A rooftop bar for the slick and sophisticated, expect glistening surfaces some of the best bottles in the business and stunnin 360 degree views of the city.