Bars with the Wow Factor in Birmingham
Ready for a collection of bars in Birmingham that plan on taking your breath away? Whilst the wow factor may mean many different things to many different people, these bars are sure to wow any guests with their selection of quirky cocktails, inventive decor, nods to history and show stopping talents in the bar department. Check out our recommendations for the best bars with wow factor in Birmingham and be dazzled by some of the city's most adventurous and breathtaking drinking holes.
Last updated on 15th May 2016
If you're looking for cocktails in Birmingham with the wow factor then look no further than The Jekyll and Hyde in Birmingham city centre. Boasting a selection of cool and quirky master mixologists behind the bar, The Jekyll and Hyde have conjured a creative concoction of cocktail treats that come in anything from a teacup to tiny porcelain bath. Try their Victorian themed cocktail lounge for size too!
Prepare to be stunned by none other than the Birmingham skyline itself. Boasting 360 degree views of Birmingham city and perfectly poised at the top of the iconic Cube building, Marco Pierre White has lodged one of the most stylish champagne bars in Birmingham with a rooftop terrace and sit down steak restaurant offering some of the richest ingredients in the city.
We can't recommended going off the beaten Birmingham track any more if it means you end up in one of the city's coolest warehouse bars. Found in the heart of Digbeth, Spotlight is a cool and quirky bar in Birmingham with the decor to meet. A dash of the industrial with the vintage, Spotlight is a mix of corrugated iron, chesterfield sofa's and vintage trunk tables.
There's a secret bar hiding under one of Birmingham's busiest shopping streets and we're prepared to tell you about, nice huh? A stunning nod to history, Bacchus Bar is an underground lair and intimate venue brimming with Medieval charm and sass. From thrones and round tables to an ever-changing selection of local beers, Bacchus is a basement bar in Birmingham that needs to be seen to be believed.
While a traditional pub in Birmingham may not be your idea of the wow factor there's a beer garden hiding at The Prince of Wales that may just fit the bill. Boasting a beer garden with cigar shop, wine bar and a tiki-bar to boot, The Prince of Wales has an adventure waiting just out back. Try one of their sharer cocktails and watch Motiki's bar staff wow you with their master mixology skills.