The Botanist, Birmingham – Temple Street

Description

A stunning Botanical-themed restaurant and cocktail bar, located on Temple Street and a stone’s throw away from Grand Central and New Street Station.

They are renowned for their delicious hanging kebabs and ‘posh pub’ classics and, of course, their expertly made cocktails infused with fresh fruits and herbs. Their Sunday roasts are also some of the best you’ll find in Brum.

Upon entering the venue, you’ll find a spectacular central skylight window which lets in plenty of natural light, brilliant for those sunny lunchtime dates; and a lovely courtyard with overhead cover and heaters for those chilly days.

Take a few steps downstairs and you’ll come across the Plant Room, a space that can accommodate up to 100 guests, with its own private bar, guest toilets and unique interior. And for anyone who would like to try their hand at making their own cocktail, The Botanist hosts cocktail masterclasses with its expert mixologists – perfect for groups of friends and team-building events.

Their new Festive Food & Drinks menu will launch from the 20th November, just in time for the Christmas period. This is quite possibly the cosiest and most homely venue you can visit around this time of year.

Info

  • Cocktail Making
  • Happily Affordable ££
  • Taking Bookings

Hours

Day Open Close Notes
Monday 11:00 1:00
Tuesday 11:00 1:00
Wednesday 11:00 1:00
Thursday 11:00 1:00
Friday 11:00 1:00
Saturday 11:00 1:00
Sunday 11:00 1:00

Special opening hours

Day Open Close Notes
Wednesday 25th December 2024 - -
Thursday 25th December 2025 - -
Friday 25th December 2026 - -

Location

Address

The Botanist, Birmingham – Temple Street, Cheltenham House, 14-16 Temple Street, B2 5BG

Area

Birmingham City Centre

Private Hire

Name Type Capacity
Seated
Capacity
Standing
Cost Min spend
Midweek*
Min spend
Weekend*
The Plant Rooms Private Room 44 100 - - -

The 18th century, a time of global exploration, where world travellers discovered vast collections of unique and exotic species of plants and flowers from all corners of the globe. Such novelties aroused interests, amount-well-to-do-middle-class-citizens and Birminghams society founded in 1829. Legend has it, rare-collections were housed in a undisclosed part of the city, a secret garden, or even a plant room, remaining forgotten…. until now. Our beautiful Botanic dining room can hold up to 100 guests and 44 for a exclusive sit down meal, with your own personal server, dining has never been more united.

* The minimum spends are a guideline only and vary according to the day and time of the year.

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