Bars in Birmingham
|| Start your evening in
style by heading to one of Birmingham’s best bars. There’s
plenty to choose from so whether you’re looking for a quiet
haven away from the hustle and bustle or somewhere to party in style
you’ll find what you’re looking for here.
Heath Mill Lane, Digby, is one of the coolest places to be seen. People
come from far and wide to experience the famous God’s Kitchen
night and this means long queues, but don’t let that put you
off. With a brilliant sound system, excitable atmosphere and excellent
light display, you’ll be glad you braved the crowds.
Surfers Paradise, Broad Street, is a secret gem that’s
part of Walkabout [map].
The ambient and low lit bar is perfect for chilling out and listening
to the best surf tunes.
Hurst Street, is a huge place perfect for dancing or simply relaxing
in style. The music here is mainly chart and pop but this creates
a fun and lively atmosphere.
Those looking for a comfortable place to eat a great meal whilst soaking
up a friendly atmosphere should head to Brannigans [map],
Broad Street. Fun is the order of the day and Brannigans attracts
a varied crowd.
Over 25s needn’t feel out of place in Brum as there’s
plenty of painfully cool bars that cater specifically for this age
Tiger Tiger [map]
on Broad Street is a prime example. Customers are greeted by
a huge and busy bar that has an over 25s policy every weekend. There’s
a chill out room that caters for those looking for somewhere to re-energise
and down a dark corridor you’ll find an industrial-style club.
Packed with interesting nooks and crannies, Tiger Tiger caters for
whatever mood you happen to be in when you step inside.
Young trendies should find everything they need at Stoodi Bakers
Broad Street. This is a real party venue that proves popular with
youngsters up for a good time and staff encourage you to get up and
have a boogie on the tables.
The most colourful bar in Birmingham can be found at Bar Med [map],
Corporation Street. This rainbow-styled bar specialises in excellent
drinks and food offers. This is also the place to catch an up-and-coming
superstar DJ, including James Bond from BRMB who regularly appears
One of the most recent additions to the Birmingham bar and club scene
is The Works [map],
Five Ways Leisure Complex, Broad Street.
This large and classy venue has a really mixed clientele and a variety
of nights including student nights, retro evenings and plenty of cheesy
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