Decked out with urban art, comfy chairs and with a great covered outdoor area, this is a great venue with regular club nights and live music events.
160 High Street, Deritend, Birmingham, B12 0LD
A good solid Irish boozer like Digbeth used to be. Good ales and the ocassional bit of traditional ceilidh music to boot.
Meriden Street, Digbeth, Birmingham, B5 5LZ
The beating heart of Digbeth’s Irish community, although the space has been recently renovated it still has a certain kitsch appeal. The Leinster also stage gigs, which have included Broadcast, Kasabian, The Fall and Ash.
14-20 High Street, Deritend, Birmingham, West Midlands, B12 0LN
Wagon & Horses
One of the oldest surviving pubs in the area, come to soak up the charms of a traditional boozer or catch some live music. Regular punk gigs take place here as well as shows of the more experimental kind.
28 Adderley St, Birmingham, B9 4ED
The Old Crown
Officially the oldest public house in Digbeth, this beautiful building also houses an intimate restaurant and monthly live music.
188 High Street, Deritend, Birmingham, B12 0LD
The Polish Club
A gem of 60s architecture, inside is a quirky nod to another era complete with school hall type stage and Polish memorabilia adorning the walls. There is a friendly bar (a highlight being the a range of flavoured polish vodka) and cafe downstairs that prides itself on traditional Polish cuisine.
Bordesley Street, Birmingham, B5