Pretty both inside and out, Gusto is a delicious and welcoming Italian restaurant found in Colmore Row. When the sun is shining, nab a space on the outdoor terrace for homemade pasta dishes and fruity cocktails.
Best Terraces in Birmingham
Drinking al fresco may only be reserved for a fair few months of the year in Birmingham, but that doesn't mean we shouldn't indulge now should it? Known the UK over for some of the best outdoor drinking dens, it's no wonder that our tip top terraces are coming up trumps, be that boisterous drinks by the canal, or cool cocktails upon a rooftop. Check out our recommendations for some of the best drinking terraces in Birmingham.
An overhaul not only turned this old Birmingham pub into an overtly cool, vintage inspired boozer, it nabbed some seriously lovely spaces for al fresco drinking and dining. Whether you're street side on the tree adorned terrace out front, or botanical space out back, there's Vitamin D by the bucketload.
A seriously cool secret to behold, sharing the sunshine with chums atop The Bureau bar in Birmingham is a notch you want to collect on your social bedpost. An intimate terrace toting the occasional summer BBQ, grab a 1920s inspired cocktail and indugle in the beautiful Birmingham weather when it arrives.
Their second branch in the city, Boston Tea Party are coming up trumps when it comes to their Harborne offering. While the front terrace boats contemporary tables for up to 50 drinkers and diners, the secret garden out back will have you indulging in drinks, unique furniture and Tetris inspired planters alike.
One of the most lush terraces in the city, Bank is just the destination for a little more glamorous al fresco drinking in Birmingham. Overlooking the canal and boasting a high-end selection of cocktails and food alike, indulge your Sex and the City in a destination such as this one.
Another newbie on the city, The Dark Horse has taken the place of what once was Mo Dough, and transformed it in to what could be one of Birmingham's most heralded boozers. With pints laid out on the patio, and cool suburban patrons in tow, there's absolutely no excuse not to, is there?