Pubs In Birmingham City Centre

You've just hopped off at New Street Station and you'd love a drink after a long day at work. Bars aren't going to cut it this evening though, you need a good old-fashioned pint at one of Birmingham's city centre pubs, but where are they? Whether they're hidden ventures, timeless traditional buildings or quirky independents, we've rounded up a killer list to get your fix of beer and delish grub.

Last updated on 29th March 2023

The Royal

Right off of Church Street, The Old Royal is one of the best pubs in Birmingham city centre. Boasting gilded woodwork and a traditional feel, the watering hole is also whipping up pints aplenty, alongside delicious wood-fired pizzas.

The Roebuck

If you're on the hunt for pubs in Birmingham city centre, The Roebuck is a cosy spot to check out. Enjoy munching on Norfolk chicken wings with blue cheese or a classic roast dinner while slinging back a freshly pulled pint or two.

The Railway

Situated in the city centre, The Railway is one of the best boozers for all your pub needs. With a wide range of vino and craft beer, the venue also whips up delish small plates of mini nachos, calamari strips and padron peppers.

The Shakespeare Inn

A good old-fashioned boozer, The Shakespeare Inn is one of the best real ale pubs in Birmingham city centre. Brimming with Victorian authenticity, vintage character pieces and refreshing brews, this traditional spot is a gem in the eye of the beer-holder.

The Queens Arms

Nestling the border between Birmingham city centre and the Jewellery Quarter, The Queen's Arms is a gem of a traditional pub, thanks to its period Victorian features, regular cask ales, and classic grub. Don't sleep on their quiz nights as well - they're highly entertaining.