Pubs in Moseley
Make your way a mere two miles out of Birmingham city centre and you'll find the humble yet cosmopolitan village that is Moseley. Home to some of the best beer gardens in Birmingham, these quaint pubs have adopted the creative charm of their savvy locals and created idyllic spaces that draw in visitors from all over the city. From pubs with secret cocktail bars to music friendly hide outs, Moseley pubs are a haven for the cool and cultured. Check out our recommendations for the best pubs to visit in Moseley.
Last updated on 26th August 2016
Serving amazing food and boasting a vibrant, lively atmosphere, the Old Trick Pony in Moseley has quickly become a favorite pub for Birmingham's eager crowds. Brilliantly decorated, the venue gives off an industrial feel, with exposed brick, dark metallic furnishings and simple tables. The real success of this Birmingham pub is its delectable gastro-pub food. From condiment-filled burgers to hearty steaks and topping-drenched hotdogs, you'll definitely leave here fit to burst and with a huge smile on your face.
From quirky craft beers to local ales, The Fighting Cocks cater for a varied and unique crowd. Travelling from all corners of Birmingham, people visit the Fighting Cocks for their relaxed atmosphere and cosy pub vibes. Visit their quiz night on a Monday night at 8pm to put your noggins to the test, or simply tuck into one of the many delicious, traditional dishes on offer on their flavourful menu.
The Bohemian Bar and Kitchen seems to offer great cocktails, traditional pub food, cosy seating areas and amazing DJ nights, all under one roof. Elegantly decorated and dimly lit, there's a overarching feeling of hidden mystery and alluring secrecy at this Moseley pub. Serving all the great dishes you'd expect to find in a cosy pub, things kick up a notch come the weekend, when some of Birmingham's brightest up-and-coming DJs take to the decks, delivering heavy bass lines and melodic sounds.
While many were sad to see Mo Dough close down, if that's what it takes to conjure up such a corker of a pub in Moseley, then we just don't think that the city will mind. From plush pizzas made with top notch ingredients and a dreamy beer garden, to craft beer and live music, the Dark Horse is certainly a contender as one of Birmingham's most dynamic spots.
With all the homely characteristics that you'd expect to find in a quaint, traditional pub, the Patrick Kavanagh pub in Moseley has been pleasing locals for years with a range of great drinks and flavoursome dishes. Alongside HD TVs showing all the best live sporting matches and events, the pub's stunning character is really amplified by its idyllic beer garden, complete with church benches and vintage leather sofas.
Owned by Keith Marsden, the Moseley businessman behind The Prince of Wales and The Dark Horse pubs, Cheval Blanc is the first wine bar to open in this dreamy Birmingham village. As you'd expect, the venue boasts an intriguing range of wines from some of the world's finest vineyards, but simultaneously offers tasty libations that don't cost an arm and a leg. Catering to a wide audience, the team also serve a selection of cheeses that perfectly balance and complement the flavours of the exotic wines on offer.
Renovating what once was an old fashioned boozer into a den of darling drinks and even dapper prints, The Village is now a charming and vintage haunt for gastro pub lunches, lush vintage furniture and garden boozin' alike. You'll be calling up their interior designer in a jiffy, it really is that darling a destination. Full of vibrant colour and plenty of character.
Holy smokes will you be amazed and intrigued by this characterful pub in Birmingham. Whilst a traditional pub based on initial impressions, it's the beer garden you should be venturing into. Brimming with quirky add-ons including a cocktail tiki bar and a cigar humidor, The Prince of Wales is definitely one of Moseley's best hidden gems.
From DJ nights and live music in Birmingham, to a dedicated live art evening aptly called 'CANVAS', it's no wonder that The Bull's Head is often fit to burst with young, cool and creative revellers. Nestled in amongst Moseley's independent shops, this cosy pub embraces the local community with open arms and echoes the village's independent vibes.