Best Bars in Brindleyplace

Perched over Birmingham's canal side, Brindleyplace is an award winning leisure destination with a small but brilliant collective of great bars. In the heart of this busy city, Brindleyplace is a great place to unwind and enjoy a relaxing tipple or three; with party destination Broad Street ready and waiting nearby when you're moving on to party the night away. Check out our recommendations for bars in the ever-so scenic, canal-side Brindleyplace. 




Bank

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A great bar with an al fresco edge, Bank is a popular restaurant bar in Birmingham favoured by the cool and crisp professionals looking to indulge in after work drinks. You can Bank on sophisticated drinks and smart clientele in the cosmopolitan and contemporary canal side surroundings of Birmingham's Bank. Where better to wine and dine clients than by the side of a flowing riverside?

All Bar One

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A stylish and popular chain across the entirety of our great island, All Bar One is a relaxed and vibrant destination for after work drinks in Birmingham. Word on the street is that they have some mean drink deals every now and then - and don't forget to explore their international wine list for some of Birmingham's most informed choices. 

Pitcher & Piano

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3 Course Festive Lunch £23.95 (Sunday - Wednesday 12-3pm)

There's no better place to sit and watch river antics go by than popular chain destination, Pitcher and Piano. From afternoon drinks to roast dinners served between 12 and 5pm every day, Pitcher and Piano is a great place to visit for those looking for laid back drinking vibes and a friendly serving staff to make your stay as chilled out as possible in the city. 

Modelled on an ancient Siamese palace, Siamais is one of the more interesting bars in Brindleyplace. The venue is split between its restaurant and bar with a curtain, delivering Thai and pan-Asian cuisine on one side and experimental cocktails on the other. The cocktail list is long, offering over 60 different mixes, with many served in bamboo glasses and teapots.