Buffalo & Rye has everything you need to cure a hangover in Birmingham. The American-diner-inspired spot is crammed with delicious burgers, milkshakes, and pain-alleviating cocktails.
Best Hangover Picks in Birmingham
So you drank too much, again. You spent more money that is economically sound, again. And now you're lying in bed on your third can of coke making sure everyone knows it was your mates sending all those texts as a joke, again. We're not here to judge, we're here to help, so we've rounded up a couple of our favourite places that might help to heave that hangover. From greasy burgers and cheesy fries, to hearty roasts and the odd bottomless brunch for those who would rather stay drunk than deal with consequences, these are our top hangover spots in Birmingham.
This hangover bar and restaurant is saving you from weekend oblivion with one cheesy slice of pizza at a time. The Stable is a stripped back and low-key joint that serves a variety of pizzas alongside a great selection of craft beer, if you can handle it.
Soothe your burning eyes in the haven that is The Rose Villa Tavern, a Jewellery Quarter pub that is brimming with quirky design features. Squidge into a grand armchair, fill up on hearty plates and catch up on last night's shenanigans over a pint of craft beer.
Serving up some beautifully fresh slices from artisan pizza pack, Barrel & Stone, the Bohemian Bar & Kitchen is one of Moseley's best hideaways for if you're looking to suffer in silence with some good food.
With dishes that include big fat burgers and sausages and mash, you can't go much wrong with Gas Street Social when it comes to recovering from a heavy night out in Birmingham.
So you're done with all that city centre misbehaving? Need to crack on a tad further afield, and to somewhere brimming with gut lovin' goodies at that? We know just the plot. A charming dining destination in the heart of Harborne, escape the Birmingham bustle and heal that hangover with bold breakfasts, beefy burgers and brilliant brews.
Offering fried chicken to soothe the body and the soul, this Mailbox eatery has got you for any and all wing needs, alongside waffle fries, massive burgers and a whole range of great craft beers and ales for that hair of the dog kick.
If you're in need of a hearty home made meal after a raging night out then you might take delights in the breakfast treats that Harborne's The Plough have in store. Taking breakfast to the next level, The Plough promise everything from a tasty full English and pancakes to American favourites such as Fruit Loops and Lucky Charms.
The Wolf has 'Birmingham bolt hole' stamped all over it. This new kid on the block serves solace in the form of comfort dishes such as pies and burgers, all washed down with a mix of IPAs, stouts and lagers.
Fancy a fry up this morning? We bet you ruddy do. Ju Ju's cafe just shy of Birmingham's Broad Street not only promise hearty greasy grub, but your fry-up won't even have left the pan as that's the way it's served! Perch yourself on their riverside patio for a spot of calm and quiet fresh air on a Sunday in Birmingham.