The Best Pubs In Birmingham

From traditional old boozers serving the finest local ales to swanky gastropubs with quirky decor and a friendly feel, you’ll find exactly what you’re looking for here in Birmingham including:

The Flapper, Cambrian Wharf, Kingston Row

The Flapper boasts the largest and sunniest beer garden in the city centre. Bask in the summer rays in a beautiful section down by the canal. One of the most popular gig venues in town there are often live music acts playing, and at weekends live DJs will keep the party going till the wee hours.

Walkabout, Regency Wharf, Broad Street

This Antipodean hangout is our favourite place to watch all the big sports events. Matches are projected on huge screens and the crowd always friendly and fun. Later in the night the music starts and lights go down for great party atmosphere every night of the week.

Anchor Inn, Digbeth

The Anchor, a Grade II listed pub built at the end of Queen Victoria's reign that offers real ales and hearty food in an authentic setting where you will find a very convivial atmosphere. Stocking hard-to-find English traditional ales, draught ciders and staging regular beer festivals and events, our pub has won Birmingham CAMRA Pub of the Year on four occasions.

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The Dragon Inn, Arcadian Centre

The Dragon Inn is just a three minute walk away at the Arcadian Centre. It serves a wide selection of real ale and an extensive pub food menu.

The Briar Rose, 25 Bennetts Hill

The Briar Rose is a traditional English pub that is a great place to meet up with friends or grab a quick bite to eat.