Bars Near Moor Street Station
One of the three main train stations in Birmingham, Moor Street Station is right at the heart of Birmingham City Centre, just across the road from the Bullring shopping centre. Always bustling with busy commuters, bargain hungry shoppers and those heading to Brum for a few days away. Whatever your reason, it's always handy to know the nearby bars so you know where to head if you fancy a drink before your train. Check out our recommendations of the best bars near Moor Street Station.
Last updated on 15th May 2016
Just a short stroll round the corner on Smallbrook Queensway sits The Sunflower Lounge, flying the flag for independent bars in Birmingham. Spread over two floors, The Sunflower lounge acts as both a prime live music venue in Birmingham as well as a lively DJ bar. The DJ's take to the decks from Wednesday through to Saturday to bring you the best in Rock 'n' Roll music, what this venue lack in size they sure make up for in sound and attitude.
A stones throw away from Moor Street Station, in cool and quirky Digbeth lies Scruffy Murphy's. As you may be able to tell, this is one of few traditional Irish bars in Birmingham. A rowdy and proud rock music venue. Scruffy Murphy's hold gig nights almost every weekend. With members of Napalm Death and Benediction having played a few riffs here in their time, Scruffy Murphy's rock reputation is second to none.
Not only near to Moor Street Station but actually right inside, you will find The Centenary Lounge. A railway cafe come lounge bar in Birmingham, The Centenary Lounge features art deco design that will have to transported right back to a 1930's rail stations. Serving up a range of snack and light meals along with a variety of soft and alcoholic bevvies, The Centenary Lounge is an ideal spot for a working lunch or after work drinks in Birmingham; this laid back bar couldn't be more convenient for those at Moor Street Station.