Bars with Outdoor Seating in Birmingham
Love the feel of the wind in your hair and the sun on your cheeks? This may be no exotic excursion across the globe, but Birmingham has a whole host of great bars boasting city views and street side tables thanks to their love of the outdoors. Check out our recommendations for the best bars with outdoor seating and say hello to the new-fangled Birmingham you discover whilst having a tipple outside or in one of Birmingham's beer gardens.
Last updated on 15th May 2016
If you're looking for one of the best, if only, tiki bars in Birmingham but you want to soak up a little summer sun whilst you're there, make haste for Island Bar in Birmingham city centre. Boasting some of the most quirky and creative cocktails in the city, you can grab a unique bevvie or three before making your way to the bar's street side tables found just outside its front doors.
Some may say onwards and upwards, but how about outwards and upwards? While downstairs at The Church Inn boasts a speakeasy style of Deep South dining and crafty cocktails, upstairs is where you'll find the best in vitamin D and sunshine vibes. Boasting one of the best rooftop bars in Birmingham, perch yourself on one of The Church Inn's up-cycled vintage tables and watch the sky fly by.
Whilst staying inside, in amongst the kitsch and vintage fun of this bar in Harborne is hard to resist, there are further treats waiting outside their patio doors. A perfect beer garden in Birmingham, come rain or shine, the exterior of The Plough boasts everything from outdoor heaters and vintage planters to its very own bar for those bustling summer months.
Poised perfectly at the top of Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter, The Rose Vvilla Tavern's street side tables are the perfect place for a spot of people watching in Birmingham. Grab a burger or crafty cocktail from this cool and quirky bar in Birmingham before propping yourself up outside and watching the Jewellery Quarter go by.
Whatever the weather, Piccolino have al fresco drinking and dining under wraps, heated wraps that is. An Italian restaurant bar in Birmingham, Piccolino is the epitome of Italian chic. Plonk yourself at one of their cosmopolitan street side tables for a perfect view of the iconic square that is Brindleyplace whilst you dine on some of their classic Italian dishes.
Poised right by the Birmingham canals with an ice cool tipple in hand, oh c'mon, could it get any better? Boasting beautiful views of Brindleyplace and Birmingham's busiest canalside, The Pitcher and Piano is a kitsch chain bar that promises some of the best outdoor seating in the city, with some of the best prices to boot.
Little sister to the ever successful Opus restaurant in Birmingham city centre, Cafe Opus is a fresh retreat from the bustle of Birmingham life. With a selection of quirky patio tables overlooking Oozell's Square, Cafe Opus is the perfect place to escape to for freshly made dishes, artsy vibes and exotic, international bottles of wine in the city.
If you're looking for a bar with outdoor seating in Birmingham, then Marco Pierre White's Champagne Bar is as close to touching the clouds as you're probably going to get. Not only boasting 360 degree views of the stunning city skyline, this stunning champagne bar promises a luxurious set of rooftop seating area's and some of the most premium bottles of champagne in the business.
If you're looking for a bar in Birmingham with one of the most unusual and quirky beer gardens in the city, then you've come to the right place. While boasting a cosy and traditional Birmingham pub out front, The Prince of Wales harbours a fun secret in its garden. From a tiki bar and cigar shop to wine bar, there's a whole host of unusual wonders to be found in this cool beer garden in Birmingham.