Afternoon Tea and Cocktails in Birmingham
Sure, afternoon tea in Birmingham is great, but afternoon tea with cocktails in Birmingham is better, right?. From finger sandwiches and delectable sponges to some of the most flavoursome cocktails in the city, these bars have cultivated a tasty medium between the both; with some rather fanciful decor and venues to boot. Check out our recommendations for the best afternoon tea and cocktails in Birmingham and discover a new way to spend supper in the city.
Last updated on 21st December 2017
Harvey Nichols restaurant is a spot that knows a thing or two about cocktails and afternoon tea in Birmingham; revel in their Champagne offering which includes bubbly, scones, sandwiches and classic cocktails such as a mojito, kir royal, and more.
Ready to join one of the most unusual cocktail bars in Birmingham for a dabble in afternoon tea? You bet you are. For just £7 a head you can taste chilli and chocolate brownies, carrot cake, crustless sandwiches and more. But what drink to pair them with? Why not try The Jekyll and Hyde's 'Hyde Park' cocktail served in a watering can, or perhaps their 'Madame Genevar's Bath Water' served in a mini porcelain bath.
With three cocktail bars, The Edgbaston is not short of spots for afternoon tea and cocktails in Brum. Afternoon tea is scrumptious but its the cocktails that take precedence here with their list winning a whole heap of awards.
Head up high for this afternoon tea at Marco Pierre White's restaurant which keeps things traditional with a scrumptious selection of cakes and goodies, washed down with bubbles.
Whilst not strictly in the Bubble Lounge itself, Hotel Du Vin's afternoon tea and cocktails can be found in the building's very own bistro; a decadent room brimming with Victorian charm. For just £17 per person you can dabble in a pot of afternoon tea, an almighty selection of clotted scones and cakes, all topped off with a charming little cocktail served in a china tea cup.