The Old Crown
Cited as one of Birmingham's oldest pubs, the Old Crown in Digbeth is a Grade II listed building, reportedly dating back to 1368. But though the pub retains much of its history in original features and period architecture, this unique watering hole fronts an eclectic and contemporary entertainment roster - ranging from quiz nights and coffee clubs, to raucous outdoor garden parties - attracting a creative crowd and wide breadth of Birmingham's punters.
Those looking for a beer garden in Birmingham are in luck here too; the pub enjoys a spacious outdoor area, which is expectantly popular in the warmer months. On top of the local ales and fun events on offer, you'll also find a hearty food offering, changing seasonally and featuring anything from vegetable soup to fully stacked burgers. Whether it's for a game of ping pong, a wild party night, or just to sink a few pints in the sun; The Old Crown is a historical jewel on the city's pub scene, and a solid destination for a night out in Birmingham.
- Pub , Party Bar , Restaurant Bar
- Chatting and Drinking , Chilling with mates , Eating and Drinking
- Ping Pong, Cocktail Making, Live Music
- Happily Affordable ££
- Dance floor
- Wheelchair Access, Disabled Toilets
- No sportswear
The Old Crown, 188, High Street, B12 0LD