We’re not exaggerating when we say the Prince‘s beer garden has it all. Not only is the beer garden heated, meaning you can enjoy it all year round, but it has its own separate cocktail bar, cigar and wine sheds, a food hut with local trader Chillidogdogs serving up grub and it’s all rounded off by table service. Nice.
Possibly the only beer garden with an outdoor pool table, the Gosta Green pub, with its heated beer garden sits prettily on Aston University campus. With plentiful big screens, a rather large drinks selection and a popular menu, expect to catch all of your favourite sports here.
For some of the best views of the city, head to Marco Pierre White’s bar in The Cube. Its rooftop terrace offers stunning panoramic skyline views of Birmingham and the bartenders can knock up a mean mojito too.
The Duke Inn dates back to 1853, and is the last traditional public house left in Sutton Coldfield. This pub is a tucked away gem off the main Birmingham Road, and has a rather large, grassy beer garden out the back to get lost in during those summer months.
The Jekyll & Hyde is up there with the quirkiest and most unique pubs in Birmingham, and its beer garden is suitably Alice in Wonderland-themed. Here you’ll find cocktails served in mini bath tubs and drinks on draught aplenty, so grab a seat outside and let your imagination run wild.
Famously known as the oldest pub in the city, and dating all the way back to 1368, The Old Crown’s cool beer garden is backed by a splendour of urban concrete. This isn’t just any old beer garden though; there are regular DJs out back and street food traders too!
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Recently refurbished, this Grade II listed pub has a beer garden which can be enjoyed at all times. Its horseshoe pavilion leads out to a 300-capacity marquee, which is a great way to wish away the time, while its outdoor Tiki Bar serves up some of the best cocktails Birmingham has to offer.
Another rooftop terrace (Birmingham has quite a few of these!) awaits you at the top of The Button Factory. Grab a pint and head to the terrace for great views of a plethora of historic buildings across the Jewellery Quarter.
It’s hard to believe that a suburban south Brum village is home to a pub like this. This traditional timber boozer backs on to a fully functional bowling green, with its quaint beer garden offering great views over the green grass ahead of it.