Bars Near The Custard Factory in Birmingham
Built over 100 years ago by the very man that invented custard, Sir Alfred Bird, The Custard Factory is everything from a cool clubbing space to offices and independent retail stores. Birmingham's young and fashionable flock here every day for a taste of the vibrant unique culture that this area and these bars in Birmingham have on offer. Check out our recommendations for the best bars near The Custard Factory and discover this up and coming independent space in the heart of the city.
You might not be looking for any history in Digbeth, but you're bound to find some at The Old Crown. A traditional pub in Birmingham and one of the oldest in the city dating back to the 1300's, The Old Crown is awash with Digbeth's young and fun looking to get in on pub life. From their quaint coffee bar to ping-pong prepared beer garden, The Old Crown is a great mix of the new with the old.
Fresh, modern and inspiring, Fazeley Social is a unique bar in the heart of Digbeth only a stones throw away from The Custard Factory. From its garden patios and unique whitewashed spaces to a chapel area and simple style, Fazeley Social is a relaxed and independent space in the heart of Digbeth that does well to remain understated yet cool.
If you're after something a little different in Birmingham and wouldn't mind getting to grips with a culture unlike your own then this fun themed restaurant bar in Digbeth is a great choice. A traditional Polish restaurant bar, The Karczma is awash with unique quirks such as a thatched ceiling and wooden dining tables to their fur throws and exposed beams.
Did you know that one of the biggest clubbing companies in Birmingham are also in charge of one of the coolest pubs in Digbeth? You do now! A cosmopolitan yet retro pub just shy of The Custard Factory, The Rainbow is a cool and quirky pub in Birmingham is awash with vintage oddities thanks to its retro games consoles and life-size tardis front door.