The Jam House is a one stop destination for food, drink and live music. Dusky purple lights cast romantic shadows on the walls of this funky, jazz-centric venue. Guests dine on the balcony above the main stage where soulful musicians entertain throughout the evening.
The Clifden is a true free house with a difference. Situated in the Jewellery Quarter, it is highlighted in both the CAMRA Good Beer Guide and the Good Pub Guide. Serving fresh food from local sources, the diverse menu ranges from pub classics, vegetarian delights to daily specials.
Nicholson's traditional pubs feature real ale, hearty food and a friendly welcome right in the centre of the city or town. Every pub has at least eight hand pulled beers from national favourites to upcoming microbreweries.
The Church is influenced by the New Orleans French quarter that first inspired The Soul Food Project but firmly rooted in a British pub.
The Rectory is a stylish restaurant and vibrant bar in a fabulous location overlooking St Paul's church. In the calm oasis of St Paul's Square in the historic Jewellery Quarter, it offers relaxed, sophisticated drinking and dining in modern surroundings.
Situated in the heart of Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter, The Button Factory has restored and extended one of the quarter’s traditional buildings. Sympathetic to the original design, The Button Factory’s welcoming environment provides the perfect sanctuary all day long, from a coffee in the morning to late night drinks.
Situated close to St Paul’s Square, The Queens Arms offers a vast selection of craft beers, traditional ales and scrumptious pub food.