There's no place for vertigo at this stunning rooftop bar in Birmingham. Overlooking the city's awe inspiring skyline, you'll be doused in champagne finery thanks to Marco Pierre White's specially crafted drinks menu. As one of the City's most premium locations, tuck in to Michelin star foods and take in the top class views at this incredible space in the sky.
Best Bars in Birmingham
There's a reason why Birmingham is classed as the UK's second most happening city and we think some of these great bars may just be the reason. From tiki bars and tasty cocktail retreats, to buzzing students nights and champagne bubbles on top of spectacular rooftop bars, Birmingham has a whole host of weird and wonderful bars that suit the city's vibrant atmosphere. Check out our carefully crafted list of Birmingham's best bars.
Champions of cocktails and good times, Be At One land in Birmingham with a bang. The Picadilly Arcade gets a new spruce of life and some late night partying as a licence until 3am makes this place a night out priority. With a pretty un-beatable happy hour and some of the best cocktails going, Be At One have some serious game.
A secret botanical retreat in the very heart of the city, The Lost and Found is a bar oozing quirks with a vintage persuasion. Themed around Victorian explorer Hettie G. Watson, The Lost and Found serve up phenomenal tailor made cocktails and even boast a secret bar hidden amongst their wonderful decorations and vintage antiques...
The first midlands outpost from the Tonight Josephine brand, this cool and quirky cocktail bar at The Burlington is a must-visit if you're looking for a girls' night out in Birmingham. Head over and get lost among pink neons and stunning drinks.
Dive down to Digbeth for a character-crammed, atmospheric drinking den that delivers the ultimate in old-school. Going back to the iconic, bygone decades of the 60s, 70s and 80s, The Night Owl guarantees retro grooves as you kick your dancing shoes to an eclectic array of symphonic Northern Soul sounds, Motown melodies and disco beats, as well as a rhythmic, move-your-feet mix of reggae & ska.
It's your birthday and you love beer – these are two facts that can finally be fused together thanks to the Birmingham Bierkeller. Get all of your friends down onto their long benches as you are all served by staff kitted out in traditional clothing, all while you sip some lovely steins of beer. Every birthday needs a good soundtrack too, so luckily you've got an Oompah band to keep everyone entertained.
Head to Temple Street where the nation's favourite darts experience is bringing you oche-time with their fully interactive boards, alongside delicious pizza paddles perfect for sharing and a stunning array of cocktails including their signature slushies.
Jools Holland certainly made his mark on the city when he cultivated The Jam House. A live music venue in Birmingham, The Jam House is a mecca for all things sound. Boasting a balcony bar overlooking the entire venue, you can savour in fine wines and grub to the awesome acoustics that The Jam House has to offer.
Miniature bathtub Gins, cocktails washed down in watering cans and botanical garnishes make The Jekyll & Hyde a vintage wonderland of period inspired tipples and Victorian charm. Specialists in cocktail chemistry, The Jekyll and Hyde is a traditional punter pub-cum-Gin laced emporium - whatever your poison, this bar of many faces satisfies them all.
The Distillery is a gin lover's paradise. Sitting prettily on the canal, they serve up a wide variety of wonderful gins and gin cocktails, as well as craft beer and a food menu created only the best quality ingredients. We're talking robata grill food and wood-fire pizza – which all can be eaten on their canalside terrace once it's hot. Perfect!
Part of popular restaurant Purnell's, Ginger's is an upmarket cocktail bar in Birmingham, popular with the after work crowd. Boasting some of the city's best trained bartenders, mixology is at the heart of the Ginger's philosophy with custom cocktails and quirky treats made to order. Ask for a cocktail based on your favourite dinner dish and see what they come up with at this unique Birmingham spot.
Stepping into the Edgbaston feels like you're discovering the parlour of a rich chocolatier. A cocktail lounge nestled in an opulent boutique hotel, The Edgbaston is defined by its luxuriant surroundings of dark chocolate and gold tones with leather upholstery and down-lighting, undoubtedly making for an unbelievable atmosphere. Sup on divine drinks and some of the most inventive concoctions around one of the quirkier bars in Birmingham.
This is a haven for any gin lover. Tucked away behind what appears to be someone's front door, this hidden gin paradise has over 140 different types to enjoy. Each is served with a unique garnish and tonic to complement the flavour.
A self confessed 'urban neighbourhood kitchen', Gas Street Social is a neat little watering hole propping up informal dining, industrial styled interiors, and a cocktail philosophy that favours a flare for theatrics and artisan mixology. As somewhere that's undeniably cool, relaxed and a great environment to catch up with friends in, it'll offer everything you need for an amazing night out in Birmingham.
One of our favourite watering holes in Birmingham, it has to be said that The Rose Villa Tavern does charming pub, traditional boozer and Victorian vintage all in one perfect swoop. Decked out with leather armchairs, original window features and everything from cocktails to craft beers, she's a certified beauty when it comes to kicking back with a drink, and maybe even enjoying a quiz.