Dinner and Dancing in Birmingham
Ready to pop your clogs after a scrumptious meal in Birmingham? You're in luck, these bars are too. If your idea of a good night out in the city includes dapper dinners and party dancefloor then you've come to the right place. Birmingham has a whole host of restaurant bars that promise everything from fajitas and local British produce, to live music and the fandango. Check out our recommendations for the best places in Birmingham to go for dinner and dancing in Birmingham, just remember to let that food go down first folks!
Last updated on 21st June 2017
Combining a love of great burgers with a spectacular beer garden and great drinks, the Lord Clifden is here for all your dinner and dancing in Birmingham needs. The DJs take over the beer garden in the summer months, so try one of their continental lagers and get partying.
Getting a taste of Australian life at Walkabout Birmingham doesn’t just mean lounging about drinking beer. Feast on their menu of Ozzie comfort food before night descends, where the DJs come out and the whole venue is transformed into a club. Food and dancing in Birmingham has never been easier.
Live music, fine food and a whole lot of dancing is what you get at the Jam House in the Jewellery Quarter. Brought to Brum by Jools Holland, The Jam House is a bar in Birmingham primed for live music. Enjoy your meal on the top floor restaurant area and look down on the stage below, then head down to enjoy your bands and let your dancing feet get the better of you.
From salmon parcels and goats cheese salad to hearty rump steaks, Bushwackers in Birmingham are a restaurant that cater to many a palate. But it's not just palates they're worried about, hosting some of the longest running late night parties in the city, Bushwackers is known for drink and dancing Birmingham until the milk men are off on their rounds.
This party bar on Broad Street have a surprising menu in store for guests. Serving everything from noodle dishes to sharing platters, you're bound to find something on their extensive menu. And considering they were born as a modern bar on the busiest party strip, you wont be hard pushed to jump up onto the dancefloor later that night.
If you want food and party frolics then head to this bar in Digbeth on a Friday night in the city. Cool and quirky urban bar Spotlight invite Digbeth Dining Club every Friday night to serve the very best in local street food and independent produce; while some of the best House DJ's in the city keep the party pumping at this underground haunt.
Whilst you tuck away on some of the finest Southern American grub in Birmingham, this restaurant bar will be getting the dancefloor prepped downstairs as they open Sugarloaf to dancing punters and mover shakers. If you like your evening to start with fajitas and end in the fandango then Bodega is the restaurant bar in Birmingham for you.
Whilst The Loft Lounge promise great dining and wholesome British grub in their indulgent restaurant - doused in black chandeliers and sturdy mahogany tables - they want you to stick around for the evening. That's why they take to the bar for the party after dinner's gone down a treat with DJ's playing everything from club classics to chart favourites.
OKO is the more chilled out sister bar to Nuvo, offering up delicious dim sum, sashimi and sushi to the people of Brindleyplace. While this downstairs venue is all about chilled out vibes in a sophisticated area, once you’ve had your fill you can move up to Nuvo and have a bit of a boogie.
A suave restaurant bar in The Jewellery Quarter, The Vaults strikes the balance between fine dining and party bar. Settle in to their sultry restaurant area and tuck in to some of their classic British dishes or have a try of their Tapas menu before donning your dancing shoes and heading to the main bar. Home to some of the most stylish DJ nights in Birmingham, The Vaults is primed for some post-dinner dancing.
Once you're done tucking into The Chameleon's seasonal British dining menu and luxurious restaurant area, you'll be more than inclined to head to the dancefloor at this bar in Birmingham city centre. Overlooked by booming crystal chandeliers and VIP booths, this dancefloor makes for a party departure from the restaurant area.