Jewellery Quarter bars (Part 2)

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Stirlings Bar

This pub has a fashionable mezzanine overlooking the main bar and a well-appointed function room in the basement. The outside terrace is spot on for alfresco drinking and dining when the sun is shining. Well-known for its great cocktails and cocktail making classes. Victorian exterior with a modern interior. 21 Ludgate Hill, Birmingham B3 1DW

The 180 Club

Very new and popular with six lanes of darts, bar sports, and big cocktails. New York styling and food set in an underground club. 50-54 St Paul’s Square, Jewellery Quarter, B3 1QS

180 Bar Jewellery Quarter
180 Club

The Birmingham Whiskey Club

Here we have a traditional Jewellery quarter bar and spirits tasting room.  This remarkable venue has a selection of over 350 international and Scottish whiskeys as well as spirits, wine, craft beer & cocktails.  Offers whiskey experiences and special events all set in a beautiful and cosy environment.  A must for lovers of the amber gold water of life. 75-80 Vyse St, Birmingham, B18 6HA.

Birmingham Whisky Club - Jewellery Quarter
Birmingham Whisky Club

The Button Factory

Quirky and independent with a summer rooftop bar area all wrapped up in a sympathetically restored traditional building. 25 Frederick Street, B1 3HH.

The Brown Lion

Real Tuesday night jamming, real ales on tap and a real fire in winter. Music and Jazz are indoors and out are the heart of this great Birmingham pub!18 Hall Street, B18 6BS.

The Church

The answer to a gourmet’s prayer.  The fusion of traditional cooking set inside a temple of French Bistro elegance.  The venue features a great rooftop bar perfect for relaxing and sipping one of their fantastic cocktails. Known now as Pizza perfectionists.  22 Great Hampton Street, B18 6AQ.

The Church

The Jam House

This location definitely lives up to its motto – live music, good food and great times! Located in the heart of Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter, the bar is well known and loved by local residents and visitors alike.  All set in a historic Georgian building it overlooks the charming area of St Paul’s Square. Famous for its live rock, jazz and blues events it just keeps on getting better.  3-5 St Paul’s Square, Birmingham B3 1QU.

The Jam House - Jewellery Quarter
The Jam House

The Jewellers Arms

This traditional and unchanged pub has a superb choice of real ales and good food – said to have ten on tap. Boasts a wonderfully cosy interior with a great outdoor area at the back and is dog friendly.  Its located near to the Jewellery Quarter railway and metro station. 23 Hockley St, Birmingham, B18 6BW.

The Jewellers Arms

The Lord Clifden

Winner of ‘Best Entertainment Pub’ in the UK for 2015 this pub matches great art with delicious food all set alongside large format sports TV’s and outdoor gardens. This venue is one of the mainstays of the pub culture in the Jewellery Quarter. 34 Great Hampton Street, B18 6AA

Lord Clifden Jewellery Quarter Bar

The Pig & Tail

A popular tapas & craft beer venue that also serves great wines, gins and cocktails.  Well known for its range of high-quality homemade food. Open from Tuesday – Sunday. 12-13 Albion St, Birmingham, B1 3ED.

The Queens Arms

Famous for its tiled art nouveau signage on its exterior this pub exudes a traditional Victorian feel with warm and welcoming hospitality. Plenty of choice on the pumps and good selection of spirits. There’s also an abundance of delicious and traditional pub food on offer. It’s dog friendly so can bring your best buddy along too. 150 Newhall St, Birmingham, B3 1RY.

The Red Lion

A traditional British pub, well known for both its local heritage and modern art. Regional runners-up in the Observer Food Awards 2013 – 2018 for Best Sunday Lunch. A partially covered patio garden to the rear and a club room with bar completes The Red Lion.  Quiz nights, the comedy club, live music and guest DJs are a regular feature.95 Warstone Ln, Birmingham B18 6NG

The Rectory

Near the heart of the Jewellery Quarter, this pub has a great Victorian exterior and elegantly laid out interior.  Close to St. Pauls, the pub serves enticing food and drink all wrapped up and served with friendly hospitality. 50-54 St. Pauls Square, The Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham B3 1QS.

The Rose Villa Tavern

Classic Jewellery Quarter pub with a modern vibe. Real Ale enthusiasts with cocktails classes for fun.  Good music, good times. 172 Warstone Lane, B18 6JW.

The Shakespeare

Traditional high-street pub kitted out in black and gold wallpapers with flowing drapes and past times décor. Renowned for always serving a great pint! Summer Row, B3 1JJ.

The Shakespeare

The Wolf

With plenty of beers on offer, including some quite unusual ones, this pub is a must visit destination for anyone with a love of ales and craft brews.  The décor is comfortably industrial with a deliberately rustic-style wooden bar, comfy old sofas and cool artwork.  Don’t miss the popular themed evenings and the generous and old-fashioned Sunday lunches. 2-10 Constitution Hill, Birmingham, B19 3LY.

Vanguard Bar

Said to be the UK’s first independent Cocktail Bar and Meadery, this lovely bar offers a wide range of spirits, cocktails and traditional meads – all served by friendly and attentive staff.  Well known for its great atmosphere, it also offers inspiring and international cocktails.  From Japanese tea cocktails to Icelandic tipples this place has it all.  16 Fredericks Street, Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham, B1 3HE.

The Vanguard - Jewellery Quarter
The Vanguard

So … that’s our list of all the bars, pubs and clubs in the Jewellery Quarter – the new entertainment centre for Birmingham.  Check back soon for our downloadable PDF and remember to check out the latest happenings on social media by checking for #JQbars #JQpubs and #MadeintheJQ

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