Lounge Bars in Birmingham
You want to go out tonight, but you don't want to miss stuck in amongst the party massive of Birmingham's Broad Street. You want to simmer down, glass in hand and just take in the day's tough events on a comfy sofa in a bar in Birmingham. Well then, you've come to the right place. From relaxing city centre bars to suburbuan haunts, there are plenty of place to unwind in Birmingham. Check out our recommendations for the best lounge bars in Birmingham.
Located inside the heralded Mailbox shopping complex, the Harvey Nichols restaurant and bar is one seriously slick lounge bar for Brum’s discerning drinkers. A chic space comprising of a first-rate restaurant and a cocktail bar styled as a high-end apothecary, head for dinner and drinks or unwind at their leather banquette booths with a top-class tipple.
Hidden away underneath Hotel Du Vin, Bubble Lounge is a warm and welcoming bar in Birmingham City Centre. Homely with a Mediterranean twist, Bubble Lounge is a hot spot for after work drinks in Birmingham. Bubble Lounge know their bevvies with a wide range of ales and other liquid treats as well as offering to British grub, this relaxing hideaway is a cosy retreat from the bustle of the City Centre.
Pubs in Moseley don't come any cosier than The Fighting Cocks on the main high street. A charming little traditional pub in the heart of town, The Prince of Wales boast quaint quirks and booming vintage sofa's that you'll have trouble swanning away from. Whilst busy most evenings, take to The Prince of Wales for an escape on a Sunday night in Birmingham.
Named after the elevated public park that winds through the heart of Manhattan, the High Line is one of the classiest lounge bars in Birmingham. Featuring a menu of NYC-inspired cocktails and a food menu that reflects the diverse culture of the city, dress to impress and check out this sleek and elegant venue found inside the Resorts World complex.
This little hideaway is the perfect retreat for people wanting to go underground after a busy day in Birmingham, but still want to take their tipples away with them. Cafe by day, warm and indulgent wine bar by night, this cool and quirky little bar in Birmingham take life in their stride and promise some of the most cheerful attitudes in town in one of the cosiest little drinking dens.
They don't call this Arco Lounge a lounge for nothing you know! A great little find in Harborne, you'll wonder why you'd never come in here for a drink before. Boasting big vintag sofa's and dapper little wooden dining tables, Arco Lounge is awash with lampshades, low lighting, candles and romantic Parisian vibe that will have you swooning all night long.
Lounge bars in Birmingham aren't all about sitting back in a quaint and cosy environment, not where Glee Comedy Club is concerned. A bustling bar in Birmingham's Arcadian Centre, Glee hosts some of the best comedy nights around. Sit back, relax and let these top notch comedians tickle your funny bones. Or, check out whats on and catch one of their live music nights too!
Just shy of the Jewellery Quarter, The Shakespeare Inn invites you to lounge and drink to your hearts content. Steeped in tradition and history this bar in Summer Row offer the ultimate british boozer experience. Serving up 25 cask ales and a wholesome food menu, ale drinkers and pub lovers in Birmingham won't be disappointed at The Shakespeare Inn.
We hear that water is quite the relaxing medium, and by jove does The Pitcher and Piano in Birmingham's Brindleyplace have plenty of it. Located right next to the canal, you can perch up on one of the bar's canal-side tables and simply watch the world go by whether it's after a fussy day at work or a Sunday afternoon in Birmingham city.