Booze and Burgers in Birmingham
People aren't lying when they say that the perfect way to someone's heart is through their stomach, and by the end of the list? You'll be hoping you've got a burger in their. From city infamous patties to pulled pork treats that more than make your mouth water, Birmingham bars know no limits when it comes to a burger. If you're looking for a great bar to chow down on some of Birmingham's finest burgers then check out our recommendations for the best booze and burgers in Birmingham.
Last updated on 15th May 2016
If the cleverly curated cocktails and gin parlour haven't tempted you toward this cocktail bar in Birmingham city centre, the grub sure will. From succulent pulled pork and bacon treats to their infamous Dr.Jekyll and Mr.Hyde burgers, one meat and one vegeterian, The Jekyll and Hyde put as much effort in their food as they do their cocktails.
Want some premium patty action in Birmingham? The Church Inn have got those tasty meaty goods. Boasting a petite but wealthy in taste burger menu, The Church Inn have cultivated a cool menu of burgers and buns that echo the Deep South dining cuisine of their now in house food venture, Soul Food Project. Burgers such as True Blood and King will put those flavours you thought you knew to the test.
It's well known that The Lord Clifden are just as artistic with their beer garden and selection of unique art pieces as they are with their burgers. Promising homemade 8oz burgers that range from the 'Banksy' to the salsa-tastic 'Sombrero', The Lord Clifden have introduced a whole range of taste, flavours and styles to these bun clad little wonders all coming in at just £9.95 with fries.
While burgers may not be their regular speciality, The Prince of Wales is a pub in Moseley that have someone to cover that for them. Inviting meat messiah's The Meat Shack in every Saturday, The Prince of Wales promise that while they have the cocktails covered, The Meat Shack will have your burgers on the go.
Found in many top burgers lists all over the country, The Rose Villa Tavern are renowned for doing burgers and they're renowned for doing them well. Go for their famous RVT burger and you wont be disappointed by the brioche bun and bacon jam. And if you head down on Wednesday's, you can get your mitts on 2 burgers and fires for just £12.50.
One of the newest bars in Kings Heath, The Sun at the Station is already making its name as a charming little boozers thanks to it's kitsch interiors, selection of real ale and classic british menu. But you came to this page for burgers right? Boasting beefy classics and a selection of unique flavours including slow cook pulled pork, The Sun at the Station like to keep you fed and watered.
A dedicated burger menu at The Plough? You betcha! This quirky bar in Birmingham not only have the cool and creative decor, they've got the creative burgers to match. Boasting their very own The Plough burger, a pulled chicken burger and a chili beef burger, The Plough have sourced ingredients from all kinds of continents for these chunky, tasty treats coming in at as little as £11.50 with fries and a pickle.
You know what's better than one burger? Three my friend, three of the adorable little things. Boasting some of the best Deep South burgers in Birmingham, The Victoria promises that you'll have your chops around one of their burger sliders for just £9.95 in no time; with pulled pork being a popular dish of the day. Wash these little treats down with a bottle of craft beer or local ale as The Victoria stocks a unique range of both.