The Bartons Arms
Lavish, spacious and grand throughout, The Bartons Arms is an established heritage pub in Aston and hailed as Birmingham's best kept secret. The traditional Victorian architecture radiates grandeur and this is only to be continued on the inside. With rich mahogany woodwork, stained glass windows and stunning Minton Hollins tiles to an extravagant iron stair case, it is difficult not to be swept up in the history as you walk in. The Bartons Arms is a well known and respected traditional pub in Birmingham visited by both tourists and locals looking for a fine drinking or dining experience. Oh, and did we mention it was once a favourite pub for Laurel and Hardy?
Keeping the traditional theme, The Bartons Arms offer a selection of imported bottled ales and featured in the CAMRA 'Good Beer Guide 2012' thanks to their award winning Oakham Ales selection. Awash with the luxurious decor and grand building, The Barton Arms bring something a little different than the expected when it comes to their food. They serve an extensive menu of authentic Thai cuisine cooked by Thai chefs on the premises.
- Happily Affordable ££
- No Door Charge
The Bartons Arms, 144, High Street, B6 4UP