Springtime Bars in Birmingham
Spring, you're a rather delicate one. A time for regeneration, and beer, you spring chickens best get out of that Winter slumber and try some of these sweet Spring destinations on for size. Draped in the Spring sunshine, boasting a bounty of fresh flavours and slap up meals, these bars and pubs in Birmingham come up trumps when it comes to a quick Spring drink or three. Check out our recommendations for the best bars to visit this Springtime in Birmingham.
Spring is the first shot you'll be getting at a little sunshine and cardigan weather, therefore making it the optimum time for your first beer down the garden boozer. Brimming with vintage regalia and some sweet sunny spots, The Lord Clifden has just the garden venture, with cider slushies and a cracking selection of Spring style ale to boot.
Darling, drinks in the courtyard? How's about it? This charming little plot may be found in and amongst the warehouses of Digbeth, but it boasts one delicate springtime retreat. Grab a bottle of your favourite from the bar, order something homemade and delicious, and take to their botanical courtyard for a quick tipple in the Spring sunshine, all before a dabble down The Rainbow Venues of course.
The thing about a spring clean, is that you're eventually after an entirely new Spring wardrobe. If you just so happen to be shopping in Selfridges for such a thing, then we recommend a venture to the fourth floor. A truly British champagne bar and fresh with rich tones, The Balcony makes a delicate break into Spring, whether you're taking to cocktails or a tucking in to their seasonal menu.
It's one of your first chances to take for a frolic outside; and whilst The Prince of Wales is still a dapper adventure in Winter, it's easier to grab a glass of beer without gloves on. Hailed as one of the best beer gardens in Birmingham and winner of our 'Beer Garden' category at the DMN Awards 2014, The Prince of Wales garden boasts a tiki bar, cigar cavern and wine lair to boot; just the destination for some Springtime supping.