Train Station Bars in Birmingham
You've just stumbled off of the train and you're in need of a quick tipple, but where to go? From Birmingham New Street station to Moor Street, we've come up with a collection of local bars and drinking holes that will make for one mighty treat after the long slog that is a train journey, with some inside the station themselves. Check out out recommendations for the best train station bars in Birmingham that will no doubt persuade you that commuting isn't so bad after all.
Last updated on 15th May 2016
Less than a five minute walk from Birmingham New Street Station, Bacchus is a hidden retreat pefect for those wearing from the train journey and after a comforting tipple. One of Birmingham's best basement bars, Bacchus is a Medieval themed retreat that boasts everything from flocked velvet thrones and original stone masonry to the odd full suit of armour here and there.
You can't get much closer to a train station bar than one that happens to be found in one. Located in Birmingham's traditional Moor Street Station, The Centenary Lounge is a wine and coffee bar that compliments the station's traditional features perfectly. A nod to the 1920s, The Centenary Lounge is not only a classic retreat but perfect for those both in and out of Birmingham.
If the train beers didn't take your fancy on the way in, then how about some of the best craft beer in Birmingham? One of the most popular craft beer chains in the UK, Brewdog has it's very own Brum home on the doorstep of New Street Station. Wander five minutes down the road and find a selection of international brewed treats and hop wonders at this cool and quirky urban bar in Birmingham.