No night out in Birmingham can be complete without the long tables of the Birmingham Bierkeller. All the fun of Oktoberfest is contained within one building, with traditional clothing, a live Oompah band for the liveliest music and delicious steins of beer.
Themed Nights Out in Birmingham
Love a good theme? Can't resist a bit of fancy dress? Birmingham has some great themed venues as well as themed nights that will surely satisfy your taste for something a little different. There is something for everyone at these bars in Birmingham, whether you fancy a bit of Saturday night fever or laying back in a Hawaiian retreat. We have put together a list of the best themed nights out in Birmingham, with everything from Victorian getaways to tiki themed cocktails and retro party discos there's sure to be something that tickles your fancy!
Love yourself some South American sizzle? Partial to an international beer or tropical cocktail? Sugarloaf brings the best of South America right to the heart of Birmingham City Centre. Hidden underneath restaurant bar, Bodega, Sugarloaf is a well kept secret bar in Birmingham. Oozing South American charm with sugar skull wall art, vibrant colours and juicy cocktails, they go even further with Lucha Libre DJ night every Friday. Bringing you a playlist of latin, funk and soul tunes you can start your weekend in style.
Chill out and unwind at this tiki themed cocktail bar in Birmingham City Centre. With tailor made exotic cocktails and a beach hut style complete with hula girl paraphernalia, let Island Bar sweep you off to a tiki retreat. Spread over two floors, lounge in the downstairs bar or head up to the function room primed for DJ nights or book it for your private party. A unique themed bar in Birmingham with the laid back tiki atmosphere and hand crafted tipples to boot.
Whilst you won't find glitzy disco balls or jazzy mirrors, Subway City sure know how to host a 90s theme night. If you can still remember all the words to Britney or the fancy footwork involved in a Step dance routine, then head to this club in the Jewellery Quarter for the ultimate 90s disco. With £10 entry you bagging you a 10 drink tab inside, this budget savvy club is a mecca for students and a young party crowd.