Rooftop Bars in Birmingham
Those of you that laugh in the face of vertigo will be best pleased to find out that Birmingham has its very own collection of rooftop bars to peruse the sights with. Overlooking some of the city's must-see local sights and skylines, these spots will have you sipping and swooning in the breeze in no time. Check out our recommendations for the very best in cloud tickling rooftop bars in Birmingham and take in the skyline of one of the UK's most vibrant cities.
Last updated on 27th June 2017
Not necessarily a rooftop bar in Birmingham, the Button Factory does feature one hell of sun-trap second floor terrace that makes an ideal drinking spot in the summer months. You can while away the hours there drinking cocktails and eating everything from brunch right through till dinner, where you can eat some delicious food cooked on the Robata grill.
Flying high at the top of Birmingham's iconic Cube building is a champagne rooftop bar frequented by the world's biggest stars. The Marco Pierre White Champagne Bar boasts exclusive views of the awe-inspiring city below and allows guests to unwind as they sip away on a special selection of bubbles. There a few more stylish nights out in Birmingham.
More groundfloor than sky-high, Bank in Brindleyplace is a sun-trap terrace perfect for an icy G&T or a grill plate. The swish spot also has an outdoor Champagne bar as well as views of the canal - who needs the French Riviera after all?
Weave your way through a darling set of spiral stairs and up to The Bureau's Langley's Gin Terrace, where sunshine tipples and top views await. Since opening in 2014, this Birmingham venue has been inviting guests up to the roof for a slap up selection of cocktails and Vitamin D schmoozing alike. Boasting its own bar, booth seating and historic setting, this rooftop in Birmingham is a dime in the heart of a bustling city.
An award winning pub in the heart of the city that's known for its 16-pump bar and cracking selection of local ales, The Wellington harbours another secret you may not have heard of. Head out back and you'll find a secret rooftop bar in Birmingham. With a distinctly laid-back ambience, you'll feel as if you're sat atop a roof on the back streets of Brooklyn, overlooking the city's many houses and bustling after work drinkers.