Hen weekend in the exciting city of Birmingham
Birmingham is one of the most popular hen party destinations, with an amazing variety of bars, clubs and restaurants. You can kick your evening off on the main strip, where you’ll find lots of bars and restaurants and a lively atmosphere.
La Tasca – Excellent Spanish cuisine served in a lively, bustling spot on Broad Street.
Thai Edge – Impressive and stylish Thai restaurant on Broad Street.
The Bank – Sleek and stylish restaurant with high class food and a price tag to match!
Café Rouge – Good French food in a nice setting above the canal.
Shogun Teppanyaki – Watch the Japanese chef chop and flame your food in front of your very eyes!
Blue Mango – Excellent cuisine from South India.
Kinnaree – Authentic Thai restaurant on the Waterfront Walk.
O’Neils – If you’re up for a great night in an Irish pub this is definitely one of the best.
Walkabout Birmingham – “Home of the awesome spirit of Australia.” A fantastic Aussie night out.
All Bar One – A hugely popular location overlooking the main canal.
Pitcher and Piano – This place looks ultra modern and makes a good early drinking hole.
Zinc Bar – Super trendy bar with waiter service overlooking the canal.
Living Room – Comfy and laid back, with a good cocktail menu. The food is also worth a go.
The Jam House – Jools Holland’s club, a good restaurant and lively club with live music.
The Custard Factory – One of the best dance music clubs in town, well worth a cab ride, as it’s a little out of the town centre.
Gatecrasher – Biggest club in town with several rooms all pumping out different cheesy flavours.
Snobs – No dress code and a wide variety of music, mainly indie/alternative.
Holiday Inn – 3-minute walk from New Street station.
Ibis – 159 room, budget hotel in the centre.
The Comfort Inn – 40 rooms, all with Wi-Fi.
Ramada Hotel – located in The Mailbox, shopping and entertainment area.