Digbeth Bar Crawl
It's one of the most creative and cool quarters in Birmingham, so why the heck aren't you supping there already? Helping you discover Digbeth in the only way we know how, by drinking your way through it, we've cultivated a cracking route through some of the best, from dated boozers and quirky dens to cracking clubs. Make your way through our Digbeth bar crawl and discover some of the best watering holes that this forward thinking district has to boast. And the beauty of it? You can walk the whole darn way.
Last updated on 15th May 2016
We think we've prepared you enough for this Digbeth party number, and now we think you're ready for it. One of the most infamous clubs in the Midlands, let alone Digbeth, The Rainbow Venues boast some of the biggest names and the best party spaces this side of the equator. From their warehouse shindigs and vintage styling pub to their clubbing caverns, you're finishing off this Digbeth bar crawl with a bang. We hope you've enjoyed the ride, because we're going to find it hard to get you back out of here.
Ready to crack on at one of the coolest industrial party plots? We don't ruddy doubt that you are, you're a trooper. One of the coolest drinking joints in Birmingham, Spotlight knows no bounds when it comes to warehouse interiors and dapper DJ nights. From cocktails and dancing to a dabble upon their chesterfields, Spotlight has a little something for everyone, especially when street food darlings Digbeth Dining Club show their face on a Friday night. But are you ready for one last Digbeth blow out? Because our next destination is a clubbing corker.
You didn't think we'd let you kick things off without a little something in your stomach now would you? One of Birmingham's only Polish themed restaurants, you'll be supping on vodka and lining your stomach with traditional fare thanks to this quirky little joint just shy of the heart of Digbeth. From thatched ceilings of hay, to wooden benches doused in fur throws, The Karczma will intrigue all of your senses, but don't get too comfy, we've barely even started yet.
Shimmy a ten minute-ish walk down the road and discover not only one of the oldest pubs in Digbeth, but one of the oldest in Birmingham. In favour with Digbeth's young and cool patrons considering its age, The Old Crown is just the pub to carry on bar crawl proceedings. From their top beer garden and draft beers, there's nothing fancy about the Old Crown, but you can't beat a dash of old fashioned charm. Hop to it thought, we're going to pick up a little speed.
Whilst you've spent five minutes walking to get here, and you're wondering why we've taken you to any ol' pub, you're going to be pleasantly surprised as this place boasts attitude and atmosphere to the nines. Just the juice joint to pick up a little dancing speed, The Adam and Eve turns the bass up high, and the snobbery down low. Popular with young patrons, it's a dancing den. So now that you've built up a bit of a sweat, how do cocktails, DJs and street food sound?