Hidden Gems In Birmingham

Home to one of the UK's most diverse drinking and dining scenes, there's no shortage of hidden gems in Birmingham. In this roundup we'll be bringing you insider knowledge on the venues you might miss if you aren't looking in the right place. From rustic pizzerias and quirky basement bars to the fabulous food outlets rocking the suburbs, here are our top tips for Birmingham's lesser-known nightspots.

Mosey down to Digbeth where this fun and friendly taproom is keeping locals and craft beer fans in cold pints. Dig Brew Co. specialises in creative sips made in their on-site facility, and serves them up fresh from the tank in a cool, industrial space.

Fazeley Social

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Tucked away in the heart of Digbeth, The Social at Fazeley is one of the lesser-known hotspots in the area. Ideal for part-time office bods and freelancers, the cafe-bar serves up delicious breakfast and lunch plates until 2pm, and an array of beer and wine for some well-earned after-work drinks.


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One of the coolest Indian restaurants in Birmingham, Zindiya is the Moseley dining destination doing Indian street food with a twist. Alongside their all-day lineup of chaats, burgers and kati rolls, this quirky spot offers an afternoon tea packed with sweet and savoury snacks, and a fresh pot of masala chai.