Already one of Birmingham's best date night bars, the Jekyll & Hyde also doubles as a warm and welcoming spot to grab a drink when the weather takes a turn for the worse. Tuck yourself into the corner of the room and spend the evening sampling the delights of their cocktail and craft beer menus.
Cosy Pubs in Birmingham
If you're looking to while away the autumn and winter months anywhere, it should quite rightfully be at one of these warm and welcoming watering holes. With good food, excellent beer and even the the odd roaring fire they'll keep you safe and warm through the winter. Read on to find out our top picks for cosy Birmingham pubs, so you know where to head when the nights start drawing in.
Whether you head here for a top notch chippy tea or to celebrate getting to the end of the week with some fizz, The White Swan pub in Edgbaston is a cosy retreat for the whole family. The White Swan night be a modern and spacious pub but it still retains the close comfort that we love about traditional British boozers.
Tucked away in the heart of Moseley Village sits this quaint, creative and crafty pub in Birmingham. Surrounded by Moseley's suburban loveliness, The Prince of Wales is thriving with Birmingham's young and cool, all looking to chill out in this airy and inviting venue. Great for families too, a Sunday roast at The Prince Of Wales goes down a tasty treat.
Noting the success of their cocktail bars and quirky taverns, it's no wonder that Bitters N Twisted are fronting the charge when it comes to cosy Birmingham pubs. With its plethora of vintage rooms, chairs to sink into and Americana-styled grub, The Rose Villa Tavern is a must try for those chilly nights.
Possibly the oldest pub in Birmingham, it's impossible for this one not to ooze a cosy atmosphere. All exposed brickwork, comfy sofas and a great fireplace, this is the perfect place to hide away from the cold, pint of ale in one hand as you devour their delicious menu of proper pub food.
Chock full of excellent ales and delicious grub, Pint Shop offers the perfect ambience for a chilled out evening. Head down to the Bennetts Hill bar and restaurant for the chance to spend an evening sampling their craft beer selection and tucking into stomach-warming burgers, kebabs and snacks.
Traditional yet opulent, glamorous yet relaxed, The Old Contemptibles in Colmore Business District is a British boozer with modest charm. Built on the vibes of the people that visit the pub rather than the music that's played, The Old Contemptibles is a grand place to visit for a casked ale and chat amongst good friends.
Just by the way of the historic Jewellery Quarter lies The Shakespeare Inn, which is a pub in Summer Row steeped in some history of it's own. Traditional through and through, from the locally sourced silversmiths to the real ales they offer and the tasty food they serve in their dining rooms. Popular for dinner and after work drinks in Birmingham alike, The Shakespeare Inn is doused in that cosy British charm.
A must-try haunt in Moseley for some of the most cosy drinks in the city, The Village are upping the ante when it comes to laid back afternoons and evenings. With their roaring fires and vintage sofas, down to gastro pub grub and suburban charm, you'll be in a world of awesome and idyllic come sundown.
With a slap up selection of excellent craft beer, super friendly staff and a working fireplace, 1000 Trades offers one of Birmingham's cosiest environments to while away the colder months in. On top of its stand-out drinks selection, the bar also fronts a great menu of hearty British food.
If you feel at home in the cosy surroundings of cool and quirky artwork and vintage vibes then this pub in Birmingham's city centre will suit you best. Brimming with vintage lampshades, creative murals and a playful 'Sound and Vision' quiz night on Mondays, you'll forget that the UK's second city carries on buzzing about outside of these walls.
A true gastro goodie, The High Field is a cosy pub in Edgbaston that you can trust for evenings in the city. A booming townhouse with stunning pub fare and a roaring beer garden, The High Field caters for everything. From a quick pint to a meal with family, friends or both, you'll find a happy place here.