The cool and quirky Rose Villa Tavern has quite a lot to offer you and your canine companions. Stop by for some delicious cocktails, killer food in the form of chicken wings and hot dogs, and a few other dogs for your four-legged friend to make buddies with.
Dog Friendly Bars in Birmingham
They say that a dog is man's best friend and what's a trip to the pub without your best mate? Not all pubs agree with this way of thinking, but luckily some bars and pubs in Birmingham know where we're coming from, offering big drinks and atmosphere for people and doggos alike. Here are our recommendations of the best dog friendly bars in Birmingham so you don't have to leave your pooch behind.
A cafe by day and stylish lounge bar by night, Fredericks are a fun time party bar in the Jewellery Quarter. Playing host to jazz nights and live gigs, Fredericks knows how to get a young and lively crowd coming back for more. With a spacious patio seating area you and Fido can chill out and catch some rays on a summer's day whilst taking in the sites and sounds of the historical Jewellery Quarter.
Flying the flag for craft beers, Brewdog's Birmingham branch does not disappoint. With its trendy vibes and laid back atmosphere making this the perfect boozer for after work drinks and lively weekends alike. The Brewdog chain are well known for their unique bevvies and are famous for their hand crafted beers, from brewing to branding and the all important pouring, these folks know what they're doing. Brewdog are a dog friendly bunch, ready to settle you in a premium pint.
If you and your hound fancy mixing things up a bit with something a little different in Birmingham, The Prince of Wales is a pub in Moseley that is full of surprises. What may seem like a traditional pub is actually a labyrinth of quirks and twists. With a cigar store/humidor, an indoor cocktail parlour and perhaps the biggest surprise of all, a tiki themed cocktail bar in the beer garden, this is no average bar in Birmingham. In keeping with the general vibe in Moseley, everyone is welcome, even our four legged friends.
These guys welcome wolves in all shapes and sizes, which is great because they are also suppliers of some of the finest craft beers around. Head here for deli food, several different beers on tap and in bottle and a pop-culture haven in decoration.
Situated at the start of the historical Jewellery Quarter, The Queens Arms have everything we hold dear about traditional British boozers. One of the most long standing pubs in Birmingham, The Queens Arms has been opening its doors to thirsty Brummies since 1878. Pop in with your pooch and enjoy real ales and a selection of ciders to accompany a hearty pub grub food menu.
Head over to Moseley Village for this dog-friendly pub in Birmingham. Great for Sunday lunch or an evening pint, The Fighting Cocks has a generous selection of real ales and pub grub, along with some quirky Victorian features.