Afternoon Tea in Birmingham
We're quintessentially British, that means we're quintessentially prone to a spot of afternoon tea, or so we hear. Plenty of restaurants and bars in Birmingham boast a great selection of tasty sarnies, pastry treats and fizzy tipples, with some even going all out and adopting tea-tailored cocktails (oh, lordy). Check out our recommendations for best places to go for boozy afternoon tea in Birmingham.
Sticking with their elusive beer garden theme, Alice in Wonderland, The Jekyll and Hyde in Birmingham city centre promise one heck of a Mad Hatter's tea party. A traditional and vintage spread for a minimum for six people, The Jekyll and Hyde boast teacup cocktails, classic sandwiches and mounds upon mounds of batternburgs.
If you wanted to make your way out to the suburbs for afternoon tea in Birmingham then make haste to this cool lounge bar in Brum. For £15 per person, with a glass of prosecco each, you could be sipping away in this bar's charming and whimsical beer garden with a selection of homemade cupcakes and salmon sandwiches.
From traditional afternoon tea to the full champagne works, The Loft Lounge is a stylish bar in Birmingham that promise a whole plethora of British snacks and tipples at their tea parties for well under £30. Clotted cream, scones, fingers sandwiches and two glasses of bubbly? Looks like you've got a tea party to be getting to doesn't it!
Named after the elevated public park that winds through the heart of Manhattan, the High Line bar hosts special Prohibition Afternoon Tea gatherings where you can indulge in nibbles and drinks with a speakeasy twist. A VIP masterclass session at this sleek and elegant lounge bar comes in at £25pp for groups up to 15 in size.