Finish a day of birthday shopping or celebrate in style at one of the most sophisticated restaurants in Birmingham. Located in the Mailbox Complex, this contemporary restaurant offers guests the opportunity to enjoy high-end British cuisine and spirits to match the luxury of the department store.
Birthday Restaurants in Birmingham
Looking for a place to celebrate a birthday dinner in Birmingham? This city’s booming culinary scene offers unique restaurants for pretty much any coming of age. Anything from a sushi restaurant in the sky to a Spanish restaurant with salsa classes, everything is fair game. From the cheeky to the chic, check out our choices for the best restaurants to celebrate a birthday in Birmingham.
The cozy Jewellery Quarter restaurant bar is perfect for a night of delectable gastro-fusion food or a Saturday bottomless boozy birthday brunch. The drink menu is equally impressive, with carefully crafted cocktails and a lengthy draught list. Summer babies can enjoy a birthday meal or drink on the roof terrace for a breathtaking view of Birmingham.
Soul food lovers rejoice! Americana meets whiskey in this Bennett Hill diner recreation serving up gourmet burgers, pitt meats and hot dogs. Fun and filling is the name of the game, but don't forget to bring a candle to put in a boozy milkshake.
Celebrate your birthday at Gusto, as they offer you a delicious fine-dining plates, an amazing interior, and wonderful drinks to keep the laughs going throughout the night.
This gorgeous, contemporary British eatery is not only a lovely spot for a meal with your family, but it also boasts a rather fabulous bespoke dining experience for up to 36 guests. So if you're hoping to plan the perfect birthday dinner, make sure to check out what services they can offer you as well as your own private space for an intimate gathering.
Fancy a trip to South America? Dinner and dancing at Bodega is the next best thing. Bitters 'N' Twisted spice up the menu with all of the quintessential flavors of South America, with vibrant decor to match. The Mexican wrestler themed bar downstairs, Sugarloaf, boasts a £4.50 happy hour 4-7pm & 10pm - close every night to keep the festivities affordable and drinks flowing all night.
Varanasi is Broad Street's grandest restaurant, seating 500 people over three floors paired with a menu crafted by several Michelin-starred chefs inspired by a trip to India. Guests can choose from three different cocktail bars and have the choice of a set menu or ordering a la carte. If this seems overwhelming, Varanasi has several private rooms to make for the perfectly intimate setting.