Cafe Bars in Birmingham
Did you know that some of the most charming and whimsical little bars in Birmingham can be hidden, or shall we say disguised, as coffee shops? Birmingham's coffee shops and cafe's have slowly but surely introduced drinks, beers and ales into their menu's that make us wiggle with joy; the cafe is no longer what it once used to be and boy are we glad about it! Check out our recommendations for the best cafe bars in Birmingham and try to choose between your two favourite demons, a great cup of coffee or a chilled glass of wine.
Brimming with vintage charm is this cafe bar in Kings Heath. Petite and host to all kinds of nick nacks including leather chesterfield sofa's, iron beer signs and fairy lights, Cherry Reds is a family friendly bar in Kings Heath that promise no pretention; just homemade cupcakes, cracking beers and hearty coffee.
One of Birmingham's most urban coffee shops, Boston Tea Party transformed what was once a Yates into a charming venue of exposed brickwork, brushed steel and leather bar stools. Found in a traditional Edwardian building, this cool cafe bar in Birmingham promise a petite but ample selection of locally sourced ales and beers.
You can get cocktails in Birmingham, heck you can get coffee too, but have you got a hankering for both? Then why not try the extensive range of global cocktail coffees that Cafe Blend have in store. Simmer down in this fresh, relaxing city centre cafe with a coffee cocktail in your mitts and watch the day go by. And if you're feeling a groove coming on? That will be one of their popular jazz nights.
Boasting full and charming views of the riverside this canalside bar in Birmingham is a fresh venture for bars in Birmingham. Out of the way of Birmingham's Broad Street party bars, Ju Ju's Cafe promise everything from greasy fry-ups for your sore head and roasted coffee to ease those aching limbs to candlelit bottles of wine by the canal.
Now, c'mon, can you think of anything better than cosying up by the canal in Birmingham and sipping on a tasty brew or beer? Boasting one of the best canalside spots in the city, Canalside Cafe truly lives up to its name. A nod to all things kitsch, the interior is brimming with knick knacks and is a true land of leisure for vintage hoarders.
Fresh, slick and artistic, little sister to Opus Restaurant, Opus Cafe make for a great spot for lunch in Birmingham or tipples on their patio. Found in the iconic Brindleyplace, Cafe Opus are advocates of local fresh grub and promise that everything found on your plate or in your wine glass has been sourced with heart in mind.
Brimming with Birmingham's young and creative crowd, Urban Coffee Company vow to take on the high street chains and bring a little independent charm to coffee bars in Birmingham. Grab yourself a beer and head upstairs to one of Urban's beanbags for a true taste of the laid back city centre lifestyle.