Best Bars in Mailbox
Overlooked by the prominent and stylish Cube building, The Mailbox is an trendy entertainment complex and evening destination unto its own. Brimming with Birmingham bars and restaurants that suit all walks of life, you could spend your entire evening perusing and sampling The Mailbox venues and never get bored. From champagne bars to pizza retreats, we've compiled a list of the very best bars that the Birmingham Mailbox has to offer.
Last updated on 20th March 2017
Embrace the finer things in life at Harvey Nichols Restaurant Bar, one of the best places to drink in the Mailbox complex. The venue is a contemporary, stylish drinking and dining spot, with their restaurant serving up bold British dishes and their cocktail menu filled with masterful blends made of high-end spirits. This is the perfect place to visit if you fancy treating yourself after a hard day’s shop.
Just a few steps away from The Mailbox sits one of the most fun bars in Birmingham. Boasting tiki-inspired treats in a tiki-inspired environment, they come packed with a list of wonderful cocktails, good music and a bit of flair for good measure.
You can't get much higher than Marco Pierre White's Champagne Bar in the Cube building. No really, you can't. Overlooking the entirety of Birmingham, you can sample Marco's specially selected wine, champagne and cocktail menu whilst taking in the breathtaking views at this rooftop bar in Birmingham. Who knows, you may even spot the celebrity chef himself.
If you’re after some cocktails in The Mailbox, look no further than Aluna. This vintage-inspired luxe cocktail parlour delivers on a whole host of experimental cocktails filled with flair and pyrotechnics, all while you sit in one of the plushest drinking environments in the city.
Offering an informal bar and dining experience within The Mailbox, Gas Street Social should be your destination if you love cool without the fuss. Offering up craft beers, wine and artisanal cocktails alongside a menu packed with delicious treats, you can’t go far wrong than with a trip here.
Bun & Bowl is a dinner destination in the heart of one of its most prominent buildings, The Cube. Doing exactly what they say on the tin, Bun & Bowl boast shrimps and sliders galore, all set alongside a sassy collection of classic cocktails and wine, at more than affordable prices.
You don't need to hop aboard a plane to experience Spanish flair and vibrancy. You can find it in Bar Estilo in Birmingham instead. Bustling with warm terracotta tones and a tempting tapas menu, Bar Estilo are your international alternative evening to a night out at the Mailbox.
If you like your cocktails fruity and your steak meaty then you can do no wrong in a visit to Miller and Carter. Part of the popular steak chain, Miller and Carter whip up some of the best day aged meat in the city with a great selection of drinks to boot with cocktails, setting you back only a few pounds all week long.
The Victoria boasts quirky charm galore just a stone’s throw away from the The Mailbox. Dekced out in characteristic murals, vintage lampshades and oodles of charm, you’ll be hard pressed to find anywhere more fun nearby. Add in their sourdough pizza, craft beer and even their very own ghost, there are many reasons that’ll keep you coming back to this haunt.
Poised over the canal and found at the base of one of the most iconic buildings in Birmingham, Rodizio Rico are bringing a dash of Brazilian flair to the Mailbox. If you're not supping an after work drink with your office chums or slurping a cocktail by the bar you're sure to be tucking into the hearty kebab grub that this restaurant bar in Birmingham has to offer.
Wine and ale buffs need to visit Penny Blacks whilst visiting the Mailbox. Make your way to this spacious and lengthy Birmingham bar to try some of the specially selected and locally sourced ales and international wines that this restaurant bar has in store; all whilst taking in the gastro-esque charm of this venue poised over the Gas Street canal.