Traditional Pubs in Birmingham
Done with these new, hip and downright outrageous new pubs in Birmingham. Fancy more of a laidback setting that promises the charm of old? Then these traditional pubs in Birmingham will hit just the right spot. From class listed buildings to hearty pub grub, these pubs in Birmingham are a great spot to simmer back and unwind with a bevvie in hand. Check out our recommendations for the best traditional pubs in Birmingham.
Whilst the beer garden in this Jewellery Quarter pub may be more than a fair mile away from traditional with it's commissioned graffiti pieces and vintage neon bingo signs, the pub out front still retains a mahogany charm. A cosy boozer outfront with raw brick work an lather upholstery, The Lord Clifden stays true to its traditional roots.
We couldn't have a list of the traditional pubs in Birmingham without including one of the oldest pubs now could we? Born of bricks and mortar way back in 1368, The Old Crown has seen more historical events than you have had hot dinners. Popular with Digbeth's quirky and creative youngsters, The Old Crown is awash with history and fun.
Don't be put off by a cool and quirky pub in Birmingham that boast anter chandeliers and vinatage upcycled furniture, not when they have tradition at heart. Whilst cocktails and cool DJ nights may be on the cards at The Rose Villa Tavern in Jewellery Quarter, they still promise tasty pints and scrumptious Sunday roast dinners.
Traditional pubs in Birmingham need a hearty serving of beer and beverages right? That's where city centre pub, The Post Office Vaults come into play. Stocking over 300 beers alone, they're at the forefront of selection and savouring Birmingham tastes. While the decor isn't anything to rave about, their traditional approach to drinking is all about that, the drinks.
An interesting blend of the traditional with a dash of modern cuisine, The Barton Arms is an awe inspiring Birmingham pub that promise a tantalising selection of Thai dishes. From elegant stained windows and traditional etched woodwork to glittering tilework, The Barton Arms is an ode to Edwardian pubs gone by.
Boasting everything from arched windows and fitted fireplaces to vintage chesterfield booths and an ample selection of over 20 different cask ales, The Shakespeare Inn is brimming with history and traditional charm. Popular for Sunday roasts and after work pints in Birmingham, The Shakespeare Inn is a sight to behold.
Countryside haunts and pint jaunts are sometimes all you want from a traditional pub in Birmingham, and The Bell in Harborne understand this more than most. A great mix of traditional in an almost urban setting, this petite pub with a dapper beer garden out back promise relaxing tipples and leafy green surroundings.