Birmingham has an amazing pub, bar and cocktail scene – with a plethora of venues to visit in the city centre, Jewellery Quarter and Harborne, it can be difficult to know where to begin. With summer just around the corner it means it is time to get yourself to a roof terrace or beer garden and enjoy a few libations whilst you bask in the sun. Whether you prefer wines, lagers, cocktails, spirits or non-alcoholic cocktails, there’s something for everyone. So, what are you waiting for? Grab your sunglasses and get your skates on.
1. 1565 Terrace Park Regis – Broad Street, City Centre
Okay, so excuse the shameless plug, but the 1565 Terrace at Park Regis is one of Birmingham’s best kept secrets. Located on the 4th floor of Park Regis, this stunning outdoors bar offers delicious cocktails, phenomenal beers and mouthwatering cuisine. With live music every Friday from 6:00pm to 9:00pm and Happy Hour from 4pm-7pm daily, be assured of an insatiable ambience. What’s more, our Bar menu and drinks menu offer exquisite sharing plates and a varied selection of mains, starters, cocktails, wines, champagne and much more. Don’t forget to visit us on Sundays for our 3-course carvery lunch at only £14.95 pp. We provide the finest customer service, food and drinks in Birmingham, it would be foolish to miss out!
2. The New Inn – Harborne
If you’re looking for a family and dog friendly bar outside of Birmingham’s city centre, then The New Inn, Harborne is the perfect place to be. Formerly a bowling green, the giant beer garden is a popular haunt for those who enjoy a fine selection of ales, lagers and ciders. This traditional steak and ale pub has classic beer garden seating, blankets and bean bags for you to rest on whilst you sip on a beverage or two.
3. Button Factory – Jewellery Quarter
The Button Factory is located in the heart of the Jewellery Quarter, and is the perfect sanctuary for friends to enjoy the warm weather and create great memories. The Button Factory’s extensive wine and cocktail list will certainly satisfy the palate, alongside their delicious coffee. This dog friendly bar has a spectacular roof terrace, and its bustling atmosphere makes it even better. With astroturf, wooden benches and comfortable chairs, it’s a bar in Birmingham that you have to visit.
4. The Bureau – Colmore Row
The Bureau Bar combines modern and vintage to create an elegant and relaxing ambience. Renowned for their compact cocktail menu and local deli menu, The Bureau is a fantastic place to spend an evening or two. If you fancy a night out, a weekend on their Roof Terrace will satisfy any appetite. Their friendly resident DJ Morais Vibes creates a vibrant atmosphere with his eclectic music collection, and the vintage inspired furniture adds comfort and excitement.
5. The Lord Clifden – Hockley
Birmingham offers an array of diverse bars, and the Lord Clifden is no exception. This self proclaimed Urban Art Bar features art work by street artists such as Banksy, D*Face and Army Lion. With craft ales and a roast dinner to die for, it is no wonder they’ve won a few awards in their time. The beer garden has activities for your inner child – from a ping pong table to a football table and seasonal barbecue.
With so many amazing bars, pubs and clubs for you to visit in Birmingham, why not make a weekend of it? When you book a couple of nights in Park Regis, you don’t need to worry about catching the last train home, or watch in envy as you sip your lime and soda because you’ve pulled the short straw being the designated driver. You can also indulge in some delightful breakfast before you explore Birmingham even further! Get in touch today to book your stay!