Top Pubs to Visit in Birmingham
Whether it's your first visit to Birmingham or this is the first time you've fancied a wander around this beautiful city of yours, you're bound to be chasing a glass of something soon enough. That's why we've compiled a list of top pubs to visit in Birmingham, because we wouldn't want you to miss out of course! From cool and quirky pubs to charming traditional haunts, there's something for everyone in the city. Check out our recommendations for the top pubs to visit in Birmingham and get your noggin round some of the city's most heralded boozers.
One of the most popular pubs in the Jewellery Quarter, The Rose Villa Tavern is yet another speck on the awesome collection of pubs that are Bitters 'N' Twisted. Boasting a happy medium between its traditional tiled, stone features and the fun crafted quirky of new, The Rose Villa Tavern is a must visit if you're loitering around the JQ in need of a tipple.
A praised favourite on the Bitters 'N' Twisted scene, The Victoria is a cool and quirky pub in the heart of the city that promises no less than intrigue on every visit. From international ales, craft beers and cocktails to a selection of locally commissioned artwork, The Victoria is a popular den for those after something a little different in Birmingham.
While The Post Office Vaults may not boast some of the most groundbreaking decor in the city, this basement bar does have something that many other pubs in Birmingham do not, and that's quantity. Promising a selection of over 300 beers alone, The Post Office Vaults have even introduced a passport system to help you keep track.
You've got to see this pub to believe it. Whilst it may look like any old traditional pub in Moseley, The Prince Of Wales harbours some quirky secrets in its back garden. Not only host to one of Birmingham's only tiki-bars, The Prince Of Wales' beer garden is also home to a cigar shop and heated wine bar too!
If you're looking for a fun, cosy pub in Birmingham, this little haunt is for you. Both kitsch and quirky, The Fighting Cocks is a charming pub filled with vintage chesterfield sofa's, quirky lanterns, real wooden fireplaces, a central bar and a little nook of a beer garden that makes for great drinks in the summer sunshine.