Restaurants with Entertainment in Birmingham
Restaurants are only for eating and drinking if you're lacking a bit of imagination. There's a whole range of different restaurants with entertainment in Birmingham that range from live music to themed evening experiences that will transport you back in time. So whether you want to spice up your date night restaurant or are always searching for a new adventure, take yourself to one of these entertainment bars and have some fun.
Last updated on 7th March 2017
Though not strictly speaking a Birmingham restaurant, the Lord Clifden is all about amazing entertainment, and also serves some delicious food. This Jewellery Quarter gem hosts everything from live music on Saturdays to their infamous pub quiz, all while serving up a menu of wonderful British pub food, including a dish named after Banksy.
Fancy starting your night out in Birmingham with dinner and washing it down with either a film or theatre? Then we've just the restaurant for you. Not only brimming with lush bites, those headed to Mockingbird can chase their meal with a whole range of different films from the past and present. So whether you like Evil Dead or prefer a bit of Superman, as long as you like food and good times, there's something for you.
The Birmingham Bierkeller is all about providing that authentic German good time with its long tables, staff decked out in Bavarian clothing and Oompah bands to keep you dancing. But it’s not all about the steins, they also serve up a range of wonderful, authentic regional food to eat before you get on your feet to the sound of the Oompah band’s tunes.
Amantia is a friendly and stylish spot for Spanish food in Birmingham. Located off New Street, the restaurant serves up a delicious selection of tapas and paella that are hard to miss in themselves. But stick around because they'll also be hosting some fun, Spanish events, such as flamenco dancing, salsa and live music.
If rich French cuisine served by a feverishly skilled chef isn't at the heart of this bar in Birmingham, then entertainment sure is. An intimate and romantic restaurant bar in the heart of the city, Annexe promise a plethora of regular themed evenings that will transport you back to the 1920s and donning a flapper dress in no time thanks to a cleverly curated menu and themed evening.
As if 360 degree views of the Birmingham skyline wasn't entertainment enough, Marco Pierre White's exclusive champagne bar and steak restaurant boast a charming turnover of live musicians and locals pianists to woo you in to the night. For some renowned flame grilled dishes and one of the best selections of champagne and cocktails in the city, try this city centre show stealer on for size.
A rustic Argentinian restaurant bar in Birmingham, Fiesta Del Asado not only have charming decors and freshly produced grub in mind, they want to keep you entertained while you're there. Boasting everything from live music to a plethora of free Tango lessons that will have you spinning shapes in no time, there's plenty of fun antics to tuck into.
Whilst not strictly a restaurant in the city, Glee Comedy Club is a great place for a whirl on the funny circuit and a belly food of grub. Boasting something of a pub food menu with burgers and hotdogs to boot, there's plenty to choose from at Glee whilst regular acts take to the stage for a night of lively laughter and light-hearted entertainment.
If gazing your eyes upon heir booming chandeliers isn't entertainment enough at The Chameleon bar in Birmingham city centre, they have a few other tricks up their sleeves. From live music and Jazz to a plethora of DJ nights that you can enjoy from your very table, your ears will be the source of any entertainment at The Chameleon.
The Broadway Casino supplies all the entertainment in Birmingham you could need, being packed with great, classic games and decked out with sleek, sophisticated décor. Alongside the gambling they throw regular live music evenings, including one dedicated to Jazz, making it the perfect spot to hit up for a stag or hen do. And if all that fun is making you peckish, the in-house restaurant Mirage serves up some fine Thai food.
Found in the heart of the city, this atmospheric little number boasts some of the best locally sourced grub and wine in the city with a few fun added extras to boot! Dabble in a little country kitchen dining upstairs where Fleet Street's 'from farm to fork' philosophy comes into play before heading down towards their secret champagne bar where booming chandeliers and live music awaits.