Cleverly nestled away in the City Centre, Bacchus is a secret Medieval retreat, sitting comfortably in the heart of town. The elegant oil paintings on the walls wonderfully complement the venue's detailed decor and many leather-bound books with comfort food and drink to accompany.
Secret Bars in Birmingham
Looking to uncover Birmingham's best kept bar secrets? Then this is exactly what you're looking for. We've compiled a list of secret drinking escapades for you to find in the most unlikely of places. From bookcases and back gardens to Medieval retreats, we've searched long and hard to discover some of the city's most hidden sites and watering holes. Check out our recommendations for the secret drinking dens in Brum.
While The Lost and Found may be easy to find in the throngs of Birmingham city centre, there's a secret they're hiding from you. Lurking behind one of their many bookcases is a quaint and quirky hidden bar with the charm and character of any Victorian drinking lounge.
Another restaurant with a mysterious hidden retreat, Sugarloaf bar is Bodega's best kept secret. Lurking below drinkers and diners at the South American restaurant about, this cool and quirky bar is a haven and hotspot for all things Mexican.
Quaintly hidden in Birmingham City Centre and with no welcome sign, 40 St Paul's remains one of the most exclusive and illustrious bars in the city. Guests can expect to find a quaint, sleek gin-bar, stocked full of 140 different types of the spirit from across the globe.
Nestled underneath Hotel Du Vin in the building's traditional wine cellars, is Pub Du Vin. An intimate and hidden spot in Birmingham, it's a businessman's best kept secret and is stocked full of international spirits, fine wines and delectable craft beers.