Sleek, suave and sophisticated, MPW's sky-high steakhouse is also home to one of the best rooftop bars in Birmingham. Sat above The Cube this gorgeous space comes decked out in comfy sofas and sun loungers, perfect for sinking into while you sink a few glasses of fizz.
Bars with Outdoor Seating in Birmingham
From rooftop bars and sky-high terraces, to tucked away beer gardens and streetside loungers, this city's nightlife scene knows how to make the most of the warmer months. Join them for a tipple of two this season as they throw open the doors and get the drinks flowing, and if you're not sure where to start, we've rounded up the best bars in Birmingham with outdoor seating for you to bask in.
A pub that need's no introduction, this Digbeth darling has been around almost since the dawn of Birmingham. Home to one of the city's most popular beer gardens, its a favourite amongst students, locals and visitors alike thanks to its beautiful outdoor space, buzzing atmosphere and excellent events schedule.
A big, beautiful old pub out in Edgbaston, The White Swan is the stuff of drinking dreams. Fronting a leafy outdoor area, complete with comfy seating, heaters and plenty of green, it's a dream spot for boozy weekend lunches and drinking into the night with your pals.
Dinky little streetside tables make The Rectory a top spot in the summer months. Sat on a corner of St Paul's Square, this charming boozer is the ideal spot for a few alfresco pints, as well as a great spot to dig into some delicious Sunday dinners and tasty bar snacks.
A date-night staple in Birmingham City Centre, Gusto is a Colmore Row cutie fronting a pretty alfresco space. Head here in the summer to wine and dine the object of your affection amongst the awnings and cosy tables of this charming Italian restaurants.
It's a known fact that cider tastes better in the great outdoors and The Stable is proving just that. Their roped-off streetside tables are a dreamy location to sample their extensive array of local and international ciders, alongside filling up on their delicious pizzas, salads and filled wraps.
A charming bar and brasserie in the heart of the city, Browns is the ideal spot for summertime lunching. Head over for the chance to tuck into a delicious selection of dishes, washed down with fresh cocktails and chilled wines. And the best bit? You can enjoy it all on their alfresco terrace.
Head over to Brindleyplace where the Slug and Lettuce is offering up more than just zesty cocktails and affordable eats. There small but perfectly formed outdoor seating area is one of the areas best, with stylish, colourful furniture and a party atmosphere come nighttime.
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 the water, The Pitcher and Piano is a kitsch spot that promises some of the best outdoor seating in the city, alongside tasty tipples and a few foodie treats too.
One city's best-loved rooftop spots, The Button Factory is the finest bars with outdoor seating in Birmingham. Head over to this Jewellery Quarter fave for the chance to get your sip on sky-high, with views across the neighbourhood and a cool, creative crowd.
One of the most sought after sun spots in the city, The Distillery boasts a sprawling outdoor space designed for beer-guzzling. Located right next to the canal, this excellent bar and restaurant is the place to go if you're looking for a cold G&T on a hot summer day.
Already one of the Jewellery Quarter's favourite watering holes, The Rose Villa Tavern is a must-visit in the summertime. Plonk yourself on one of their outdoor tables, get some of fresh-pulled pints in, and while away day at this fun and friendly Birmingham pub.
An alfresco gem hidden away in King's Heath, this foliage-draped space is part of the Kitchen Garden Cafe. Perfect for day dates and relaxed evening pints, this charming spot is one for those of you looking to escape the buzz and enjoy a few hours in the outdoors.
An open-air bar in Digbeth, Birdies Bar is an alfresco gem hidden away at the Custard Factory. Inspired by all things beachy, you'll find a taste of the sun in their colourful cocktails, alongside a wealth of pretty alfresco hideaways to sip them in.
Located directly on the canal, this charming bar and cafe is an idyllic spot, morning, noon and night. Home to one of the best fry-ups in Birmingham, Ju Ju's is all about classic British plates with a modern twist - we're fish and chips, Lancashire hotpots and steaming veg curries.
Whatever the weather, Piccolino have al fresco drinking and dining under wraps, heated wraps that is. An Italian restaurant in Birmingham, Piccolino is the epitome of Euro-chic. PGrab a spot at one of their cosmopolitan street side tables for a perfect view of Brindleyplace whilst you chow down on some classic dishes.
Whilst staying inside at this cute Harborne pub is hard to resist, there are further treats waiting outside the 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.
One of the best sports bars in Birmingham, Hennessey's was tailor-made for matchdays. A sprawling beer garden with ample space for you and the whole team, they're known for packing-out across the seasons whenever there's live sports to be watched and beers to be drunk.
Bringing Island life to the heart of the city, Island Bar is all about evoking that truly tropical vibe. While their interiors may situate you in a Caribbean beach shack, on those really hot days you'll want to bag a streetside deckchair and get to sipping on some of their tantalising tikki drinks.