Kitsch Bars in Birmingham
Whilst many people see the world of kitsch as gaudy and unloved vintage artefacts, there's a charming collection of cool and quirky bars in Birmingham that are retaining the true essence of kitsch, from their decor to their cocktail menus. From a bar with a collection of vintage iron beer posters to cocktails that come in teeny weeny milk bottles, there's a loveable nature to these kitsch bars in Birmingham that is hard to resist. Check out our recommendations for the very best kitsch bars in Birmingham.
Whilst the interior of The Jekyll and Hyde may not be kitsch, it does offer a vintage charm that other bars in Birmingham city centre seem to miss. From a traditional Victorian gin parlour upstairs to an Alice in Wonderland themed beer garden, it's at the cocktails when the kitsch in The Jekyll and Hyde comes alive. Served in everything from vintage teacup to a mini porcelain bath, these cool and quirky cocktails are a wonder to behold, and drink.
Not only is Canalside Cafe a great place for drinks by the canal in Birmingham, it's a dapper little joint to get your yearly fill of kitsch. A seemingly traditional pub out front, the Canalside Cafe is brimming with kitsch fun inside. From vintage lanterns and furniture to beer mats and fairy lights, no wall in Canalside Cafe seems untouched, doing whimsical collectors proud.
A cosy bar in the heart of Kings Heath, Cherry Reds is an intimate and friendly retreat away from the hustle and bustle of city centre life. From their charming collection of cupcakes and pastries to local ales and wine, Cherry Reds is a cosy atmosphere for after work drinks and a date night alike. From their collection of vintage beer signs to an ample amount of fairy lights, Cherry Reds is kitsch at its finest.
Whilst The Victoria is a pub in Birmingham city centre known for its selection of deep south dishes, craft beer and gig nights, they've also got a few oddities up their sleeve. From lampshades made out of vintage birdcases and a bunting adorned bar to gilded photo frames brimming with unique, locally commissioned artwork, The Victoria simply oozes with subtle kitsch.
While a stylish blend of the new with the old, it's the little things that keep people coming back for more at The Plough in Harborne. A fun, independent restaurant bar in Birmingham, if you look closer at The Plough you're sure to find some fun quirks. From antler chandeliers and a mini tuck shop to vintage neon signs, there's a whole host of cool laid back kitsch to be found at The Plough.