You can't be bored in Birmingham. The city's nightlife is diverse and vibrant, whatever your taste, the city has something to please. With its newest bars and clubs, Birmingham nightlife is beginning to rival even London. There are clubs in Birmingham to suite every taste. If you feel like dancing, visit one of the city's top discos. You also can try your luck in the casinos or experience British humor on show at one of the comedy clubs.
A popular destination for Birmingham's social scene, Brindleyplace offers a host of Cafes, bars and restaurants overlooking the scenic canal- boardwalk. The Arcadian Centre on Hurst Street is another fashionable location with both a Chinese and Irish Quarter. The Mailbox, Star City and Broad St all add to the menu of Birmingham nightlife entertainment served up by a city that never sleeps.
Live music continues to prove popular and wide ranging with a whole selection of clubs and venues across the city centre, featuring everything from rock and pop to classical and world music, well known Birmingham clubs such as Ronnie Scott's where you can enjoy the best in Jazz; Bakers or Branstons are great for Dance Music and for discotheque there's Bobby Browns. Birmingham nightlife scene has experience a spectacular rise in the number of bars and themed bars in the city including, O'Neills, It's a Scream, Wetherspoons, Firkin, Sports Cafe and the Australian Bar.
Birmingham has over 500 restaurants offering cuisine from around the globe, from pavement cafes to stylish and chic restaurants. The city is home to the Balti and has over 50 restaurants to choose from.
Venues such as dance clubs are among the most popular Birmingham nightlife entertainments. Bushwackers is a live music club that has a DJ playing a wide range of tunes throughout the week. Club Hidden is a fun and funky exclusive club that plays a wide range of dance, R'n'B and hip-hop throughout the week. The Rocket Club is a lap dancing venue that features air conditioning and a great seating area. Snobs nightclub also plays a wide range of music throughout the week. Club Demon is a major adult venue that you don't want to miss.
Previously held at the Sanctuary, Gods Kitchen has long been one of the most popular club nights in the country. In its new venue, Code, this event often turns into an all-nighter and boasts top name resident and guest DJs. The top ones among them are Judge Jules and Tall Paul, with Daniel Soto and Mauro Picotto offering sterling support. Music is a mix of bouncy and progressive house, deep funk and pumping garage, and other live entertainments add to the vibe. The most exciting dance festival in the UK returns for its second year and is set to be even bigger and better than before.
No wonder that Birmingham is acknowledged as the coolest city - it really has the whole host of great entertainment venues. Whether you are after the hustle and bustle of Birmingham's Broad Street, the relaxed atmosphere at some of the cities hippest nightspots in the Mailbox or you want to rub shoulders with the celebrities in the Arcadian Centre, you'll discover that the morning arrives all too soon!