Disabled Access Bars in Birmingham
Here we have put together a list of the best bars in Birmingham with wheelchair access, disabled toilet facilities and spacious main bars for ease of movement around some of your favourite venues. Featuring everything from stylish champagne bars and canal side cocktails to traditional British boozers, be sure to have a read through our recommendations of the best disabled access bars in Birmingham.
Sitting just shy of the waters edge, this bar in Brindley Place is ideal for relaxing drinks. Enjoy a classic cocktail or an ice cold beer whilst overlooking beautiful riverside views.There is wheel chair access on the ground and lower ground flood with a small access ramp at the front of the building, there is also disabled toilets on both of these floors. Pitcher & Piano is a popular spot for after work drinks in Birmingham and comes to life each weekend be it with a party ready crowd on a Saturday night or hungry folk looking for a top notch Sunday roast.
Head up to the top of the iconic Cube complex and you will be greet by the slick and stylish Marco Pierre White Champagne bar. Brought to you by the chef to the stars, Marco Pierre White has developed this stylish restaurant bar in Birmingham with 360 degree views of the second city. Boasting comfortable surroundings, this spacious venue has wheelchair access and the space for easy mobility. So, Take a sip on some Laurent Perrier champers and add a bit of fizz to your after work drinks in Birmingham.
With a spacious outdoor seating area, an indulgent upstairs lounge and tasty cocktails to boot, Sobar is one of a hub bars in the Arcadian Centre. This luxurious venue has plenty of space for wheelchair access and a ground level entrance with outside seating, there are also disabled toilet facilities. Primed for after work drinks and pre-drinks in Birmingham, Sobar is a vibrant venue whatever the night of the week. The upstairs lounge bar, Kaijo oozes luxury and is styled in Japanese chic, primed for private parties and special celebrations.
Looking for a chilled out drinks in a sophisticated setting? The Rectory is a small and stylish bar in the heart of the Jewellery Quarter. Striking the balance between modern style and keeping the traditions echoed in St Paul's Square that sits right outside. While the venue may be intimate there is sufficient room for wheelchair access and a disabled toilet with a key code lock. Head here for great drinks deals on a Thursday where you can get yourself one of their top five cocktails for a tasty £5.45. If it's a sunny day be sure to sneak out into their quaint courtyard.
If you're looking for something a little different in Birmingham, head out to creative suburb Moseley and get your favourite tipple from The Fighting Cocks. Famed for a top selection of international beer and real ale, this pub in Moseley is popular with locals, young creatives as well as out of towners. A cool and quirky pub in Birmingham with an air of vintage charm that extends right through the venue even to the quaint beer garden. With disabled toilet facilities wheelchair access throughout the venue, including the garden, this pub is well worth a visit.
Just by the way of Birmingham City Centre, Apres brings scandinavian chic to bars in Summer Row. Doused in red lacquer decor and ski lodge style this restaurant come DJ bar in Birmingham is a hub for after work drinkers and the evening party crowd. Apres have a lift for disabled access to the upstairs lounge as well as a spacious lounge bar for wheelchair access. With a happy hour lasting a refreshing five hours from 3-8pm daily, it's no wonder Apres is a lively joint every day of the week.