From bustling Broad Street, sophisticated Mailbox, the vibrant Arcadian or the leafy suburbs, Europe’s youngest city awaits so you can start your weekend in style.


Broad Street

Broad Street is well known for being the centre of the nightlife action and is home to Birmingham biggest nightclub PRYZM. With four club rooms all playing a variety of music, ranging from the biggest dance and house anthems to alternative indie and dubstep, this club really does have something for everyone. 

Chilled by day, vibrant and dynamic by night, mooch bar is guaranteed to meet everyone's expectations. The purpose built, large decking area is the perfect sun trap, where dining can be experienced, Alfresco style, or the sun worshippers amongst you may just enjoy a tipple or two in the sun. Serving a fabulous selection of cocktails, ice-cold beers, champagnes and wine by the glass. mooch bar truly is a place to suit all occasions.

Why not experience the excitement of Grosvenor Casino? Open 24 hours a day, the Grosvenor Casino offer something a little different to the other bars and clubs on Broad St.  You will find great food, late bars, quality entertainment and the best gaming.

Broad Street is home to a number of bars & clubs, so you'll be sure to find somewhere that tickles your fancy for that ultimate FRIYAY feeling. 


Colmore Row /  City Centre

Often referred to as the business quarter of Birmingham, Colmore Row is a hubbub of professionals and relaxed evening drinkers alike. A rather plush party of the city with some of the best known bars & restaurants in the city, head to Colmore Row for after-work drinks or start the weekend with only the fanciest of cocktails. 

With more & more big names joining the Colmore Row scene, you'll find the likes of The Alchemist, Gaucho, Gusto, and The Ivy Temple Row on the opposite side.

Veering off from St. Philip's Cathedral, Temple Street has become a haven for bars and restaurants such as The Botanist, Las Iguanas, Revolucion de Cuba and The Head of Steam.



Southside / Gay Village

Venture further into the city and explore all that Southside has to offers. 

Go over the road to the Arcadian and get the party started at one of its many bars and clubs such as Indi BarOlivia's Townhouse, The Loft Lounge and Sobar.

Southside is also home to the city's buzzing gay scene and Nightingales is a clubbing must as one of the most established spots in The Gay Village. The club regularly hosts many famous faces and DJ’s and you're sure to have an incredible time. 

Between The Mailbox and The Arcadian you’ll find the award-winning Island Bar.  With a focus on top quality drinks, a funky interior with the music to match, a good night is guaranteed.  Also check out the cocktail master classes for the perfect way to get your Saturday night off the ground.





Jewellery Quarter

Hidden in the leafy tranquillity of the Jewellery QuarterSt Paul's Square offers a number of bars and pubs for you and your drinking companions to enjoy. 

Set within an impressive Grade II listed Victorian building; Stirlings Bar occupies three floors - a stylish mezzanine overlooking the main bar and a luxurious function room in the basement.

The outside terrace is perfect when the sun is shining for alfresco drinking and dining.  The restaurant serves food all day and the bar and lounge areas come alive in the evening. It is the ideal place to escape the hustle and bustle of the city centre in a relaxed and friendly atmosphere.

The notorious Jam House - the live music bar whose musical director is none other than the Rhythm and Blues maestro, Jools Holland.

Finally, The Vaults is a welcoming retreat. Get comfy in an armchair as you listen to low-level smooth grooves and sip premier champagnes, bottled beers or carefully crafted cocktails.





Known as the creative quarter of the city, Digbeth is Birmingham’s best kept secret and is rapidly becoming one of the coolest and most creative clubbing areas in UK’s youngest city.

Home to some of the best local underground music talent as well as the edgiest bars the city has seen, a night out in Digbeth is sure to give you a good time. Known as the #DigbethDozen, the area has a multitude of venues that offer something diferrent from boozy hole-putting at Ghetto Golf, having a pint at one of the oldest pubs in town at The Old Crown to eating your body weight in mouth-watering grub at the award-winning Digbeth Dining Club

Venues in the area include, The Ruin, Digbrew, Cafe Colette, Mockingbird Cinema, Mama Roux, The Night Owl and Spotlight.

Digbeth is not one to miss!





A canal-side haven, Brindleyplace is the perfect option for a special night out, offering a diverse cafe and bar scene including elegant interiors, stylish terraces, canalside views and regular free live entertainment.

All Bar One, BANK, NUVO, Pitcher and Piano and the Slug & Lettuce are extremely popular options, offering a great after-work drink spot for the more relaxed affairs, as well as being an option for those later, cocktail-filled nights. As Brindleyplace neighbours Broad Street, it's a great option for starting the weekend.




The huge student population still demands full-on fun that venues like Snobs and Sunflower Lounge provide. But for some, it’s our small unique-feel clubs that stand out. Come for your gay scene. Come for euphoric house. Come for big, bold, phat beats or chilled out all-dayers. Whatever rocks your world, just come for the floor-filling fun of it.

Birmingham is home to 5 universities and full of fantastic student nights, discover more of them here.



The 'burbs

The 'burbs of Birmingham are wonderful places indeed, with places like Moseley, Harborne and Edgbaston offering a great option for a drink or 2 outside the city centre. 

In Moseley, you'll find the classic favourites of Prince of Wales (teamed with impressive beer garden), Patrick Kavanagh, The Fighting Cocks, and a good old trusty Wetherspoons. If you're in the mood for some latino swinging of the hips, head to the The Cuban Embassy where live music can be enjoyed. For a long night of dancing, Bohemian, One Trick Pony Club and The Dark Horse are favourites amongst the locals both day and night, with a great selection of drinks available. 

For Harbornians, options include The Plough, The Junction, The New Inn, recently joined independent The Paper Duck, and The White Swan.

The closer of the burbs to the city centre, in Edgbaston you can enjoy the art deco style of the award winning Edgbaston Boutique Hotel and Cocktail Lounge, for those extra special occasions. An exquisite and independelty owned luxury boutique hotel, it is a unique refuge of timeless eelgance with 6 luxurious bedrooms, 3 cocktail lounges, and ever-growing menu and an external garden terrace. 

Including places such as The Highfield and The Physician, venturing outside the city centre towards Edgbaston will be a memorable evening indeed.


In the Region

For a change of scene, Luna in Solihull guarantees a great night out with a lively atmosphere and there are also night clubs dotted across the Black Country towns too.



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