Bitters 'N' Twisted Bars in Birmingham
At the forefront of independent bars in Birmingham, the Bitters 'N' Twisted gang boast some of the most unique venues you could find in this bustling city. From Birmingham's only tiki bar to pub haunts smothered in locally commissioned artwork, nothing is out of reach for this fun and vibrant bar group run by Matt Scriven. Check out our recommendations for the very best Bitters 'N' Twisted venues in Birmingham and get to know this independent branch of cool and quirky bars in Birmingham, trust us when we say you wont be dissapointed.
Last updated on 15th May 2016
Another of Birmingham's most elusive cocktail bars, The Jekyll and Hyde is a bar in Birmingham's Colmore District that harbours a secret Gin themed treat upstairs. A Victorian gin parlour on the second floor, The Jekyll and Hyde host everything from Juniper film nights and afternoon tea to quirky cocktail classes where a drink in a mini porcelain bath doesn't make anyone look twice.
Birmingham's only tiki bar stands proudly under this unique bar group in Birmingham. Island Bar, just shy of Birmingham city centre, is awash with exotic paraphernalia, totem poles and hula decor. Boasting some of the city's most cunning and creative cocktails, Island Bar is a cocktail bar in Birmingham that have a knack for mixology and the fine art of flavours from their volcano mixes to their zombie treats.
One of the most unique venues to be found in the Jewellery Quarter, the Bitters 'N' Twisted gang thought it was right about time that this iconic and historical art of the city had an injection of life. A traditional pub transformed into a venue brimming with quirky vintage furniture, anter chandeliers and DJ nights, The Rose Villa Tavern has done exactly what it set out to do.
A newly renovated gastro pub in Harborne, the Bitters 'n' Twisted gang branched out for The New Inn as they took to the fine art of gastro worthy grub and international bevvies. Stylish, British and perfectly whimsical, The New Inn are making waves with their locally sourced meat and subtle yet unique decor, even boasting one of the most pleasant beer gardens in Brum.
A South American restaurant come cantina come party venue, Bodega in Birmingham city centre have the exotic and international under wraps. From international beers and fajita's to their bright decor, Bodega is a restaurant bar in Birmingham like no other. Head downstairs to their intimate DJ bar Sugarloaf for a night of hip shaking events and cracking club classics every weekend.
Tucked away behind the streets of Birmingham city centre is a cool and trendy blend of music venue come pub antics. The Victoria is a hubbub of Birmingham's young creatives thanks to its whimsical vintage decor and plethora of urban art work that adorns the walls. The international beers, cocktails and gastro pub grub with a deep south twang go down a treat too.