Hello, birmingham

Birmingham, the second largest city in Britain, served as inspiration for J.R.R. Tolkien to write the celebrated work of fantasy fiction "The Lord of the Rings". The city is renowned for its dining scene that will satisfy the most demanding palates and, thanks to the many attractions, tourists are sure to keep busy. With world-class shopping centres all fashionistas will leave the city with a smile, and when the night falls there is an exciting nightlife to discover.

Bars & Nightlife

The Bars & Nightlife to Visit

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The Briar Rose

Located at Briar Rose JD Wetherspoon Hotel, this busy pub, in the city centre of Birmingham tend to draw a mix crowd of people, which creates a dynamic atmosphere. Also, boast a restaurant where food such as burgers, steaks, salads, burritos are served. Both drinks and food are reasonably priced and it is all served by the friendly staff.

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The Trocadero

Tucked away on Temple Street, The Trocadero is a historic pub, a Grade II listed local that is hard to miss. This popular pub has a friendly buzz, where people a gather to enjoy food and drink for a reasonable price, but also a great place to get updated with the latest live sporting events.

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Snobs is a venue combining great music, cheap drinks and full dance floors with a vibrant atmosphere. DJ´s are playing music like Indie Rock ‘n’ Roll, Alt pop and Retro Jams. Very popular place to experience an alternative night out so come early before it gets too busy.

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The Old Joint Stock

The Old Joint Stock dates all the way back to 1862 and is a beautiful Grade II listed building, that was actually first built as a library. Not only is it one of the most loved pubs in town serving craft lager, seasonal ales and exclusive wines, but also a theatre where you can enjoy everything between stand-up comedy to musicals.

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The Wellington

In the heart of the business district, less than 5 minutes’ walk from New Street, you will find The Wellington, a pub that specialises in real ale but also serves a range of quality lagers and ciders including foreign bottled beers and whiskies from around the world. They do not serve food but you are more than welcome to bring your own.

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The Windsor

This is a perfect pub to stumble upon after a long day of discovering the city and all shopping that goes along with it. They have regular events for their guests, but what draws most guests are the great prices, cosy atmosphere and, of course, the ale. And if the hunger kicks in, they serve well-prepared pub food too.

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