Jewellery Quarter Bar Crawl
Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter may be a historic plot and just the ticket for glistening jewels and magpie pickings, but it's just the sweet thing for hazy afternoon tipples and nights out the like. From quirky cocktail caverns and South American shindigs to darling boozers for some of the best beer gardens in Brum, we decided to take your on a journey through Jewellery Quarter drinking know how. Follow our route through one of Birmingham's most renowned quarters, picking up delicious cocktails and cracking conversations along the way.
Last updated on 15th May 2016
But a hop, skip and a jump from The Church Inn lies one of the best beer gardens in Birmingham, get in. A classic Birmingham boozer found under the UAB umbrella, The Lord Clifden boasts some of the best ales in Brum, craft beer and a back garden brimming with vintage wares and sunshine vibes. You've got but a three minute walk to your next destination folks; ah the beauty of a Birmingham bar crawl, no cabs necessary.
Meet you by the bayou? One of the Jewellery Quarter's newest residents, The Church Inn may only be tour second destination on this journey, but it could be one of the best. Known for their top notch Deep South dishes and some of the best in New Orleans themed cocktails in the city, The Church Inn has plush interiors and tipples to boot. Oh, and did we forget to mention the rooftop terrace? Quick, head up for a sunshine tipples before we nab you for the next liquid plot, only a few doors down.
One of the most infamous boozers on any Jewellery Quarter route, get ready to be dazzled by the inherently kitsch charm of this Bitters 'N' Twisted. From their American style diner menu of dapper hot dogs to their vintage interiors and classic cocktails, The Rose Villa Tavern is a Jewellery Quarter gem. You're almost done through your Jewellery Quarter route, ready for a little cocktail cavorting in Birmingham's plushest basement bar? Three minute walk folks!
Whilst your next liquid plot may be one of the Jewellery Quarter's most laid-back retreats, it's a must visit on any route through the quarter. From their industrial interiors thanks their status as a once active iron forge to their pocket friendly tipples and gastro grub, this is a great place to grab a quick snack during your drinking route. You can actually see your next bar from the very corner of this road, maps away and legs on the go.
Kicking things off in St Paul's Square, we want to introduce you to a charming city bar to start things off with. A classic Birmingham bar with hearty tipples and a darling view of the square, The Rectory is just the way to ease you in to both Jewellery Quarter's wonderful watering holes and dapper veneus. You're shimmying your way through Hall Street next, so get a move on, Southern delicacies await.
You've made it to your final destination, all chums and party patrons in tow? One of Birmingham's most renowned basement bars and just the ticket for drinking and dancing in the city, this broody Jewellery Quarter is a charming cavern of VIP booths, cracking cocktails made by master mixologists and dance floor doozies. So there you have it, your whistle-stop route through the best Jewellery Quarter bars in Birmingham.