Bars Near Victoria Square in Birmingham
Home to the Town Hall, Council House and slap bang in the middle of the Birmingham city, Victoria Square is one of the most prominent landmarks in Birmingham. Originally a busy traffic junction, developers thankfully and finally moulded this culturul little hubbub into the historical square it is today, with a hubbub of activity and bars in Birmingham dotted all around. Check out our recommendations for the best bars near Victoria Square and don't miss your chance to have a peep around this iconic area.
A traditional pub in Birmingham hidden in one of the city's basements, The Post Office Vaults harbour another pretty hefty secret. Boasting a selection of over 300 beers alone, The Post Office Vaults have one of the largest selections of beer in the country, even offering a post book and stamps to those who plan to monitor their beer journey.
A vibrant party bar in Birmingham, The Chameleon is a fresh and inviting mix of it all. A luxurious dining room by day and party venue by night, The Chameleon have taken advantage of their booming venue and filled it with everything from decadent chandeliers and VIP booths to an iconic marble top bar.
After a scroll across Victoria Square we bet you fancy a cosy pub and some cheap tipples. Make your way into the city centre and give The Sun on the Hill a whirl. A great student pub in Birmingham, The Sun on the Hill has a reputation for its great vibes, sports coverage and dapper drinks deals.
One of the city's most well known South American restaurants, Bodega is a colourful and vibrant restaurant bar in Birmingham with a secret. Hidden downstairs is basement bar primed for 80 party guests; once you've had your fill of fajitas and international bees upstairs make your way below for a raucous weekend event.
One of the most popular student clubs in Birmingham, Snobs is one of the busiest indie haunts in the city. From cheap entry and cheap drinks to two rooms worth of everything from Indie hits to Motown classics, this club in Birmingham is intimate but it's slowly and surely become a city centre staple only a short walk from Victoria Square.