Sample Birmingham’s vibrant mix of clubs, bars and restaurants. From curry to classy cocktails there’s something for everyone.
Whether you are in Birmingham for the Rugby World Cup 2015 or just enjoying the atmosphere of the city on a weekend break, make the most of the buzzing food and drink culture. Jump from one pulsating bar to the next on Broad Street, taking in bars, comedy clubs and dancing.
Want somewhere typically English? Try The Old Joint Stock; originally a bank and now a richly decorated Victorian pub sitting in one of Birmingham’s most charming squares. Stay sat still for long enough and this classic pub transforms into a theatre for evening performances.
Sip on some of England’s finest cocktails at The Edgbaston. This stylish cocktail lounge is the perfect way to celebrate in style with an extensive cocktail menu – don’t leave without trying the Birmingham inspired ‘Local Legend’.
Don’t forget to explore Birmingham’s food culture. Make sure to visit the Balti Triangle for an authentic Birmingham curry experience. Scoop it up with plenty of pillowy naan bread. Asha’s Restaurant offers a happy hour seven days a week between 5-7pm, as well as award winning Indian cuisine. For a pan global pick and mix try Tiger Bills and eat your way from Asia to Mexico in one meal.
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