Top Beer Gardens in Leicester and Birmingham
It’s that time of the year when it’s just the perfect temperature to sit outside in beer gardens with a spot of food or a drink. SIXTYNINE Degrees’ Jessica Howkins has compiled the best beer gardens we think you need to check out around Leicester and Birmingham.
Birmingham – The Red Lion
The Red Lion is lovely for the summertime, with beautiful flowers and wall art to have a look at whilst enjoying a bit of sunshine with your food and drink.
Leicester – The Dry Dock
A cute little place to sit and enjoy a bit of outdoors is at The Dry Dock. They even have a massive game of Snakes & Ladders as well to keep the kids (and us adults) entertained.
Birmingham – The Bureau
What lovely decking. The Bureau makes for a lovely beer garden, giving it a nice cosy warm feeling of a chilly evening with their little cute lamps. It’s sophisticated and just adorable!
Leicester – The Orange Tree
What makes The Orange Tree‘s beer garden so nice is the cafe street vibe it has. It’s almost like sitting outside a patisserie in Paris, except you’ll probably have a beer and you’re in Leicester but it’s nice to dream.
Birmingham – The Church
The Church beer garden is on a rooftop, meaning you can kick back and watch the world go by from the skies. It’s colourful and vibrant, instantly putting you in a good mood for a laugh with friends and a couple of drinks.
Leicester – The Black Horse
The Black Horse has a lovely sophisticated rooftop beer garden, with a chilled out atmosphere and a bit of time to have an escape from the hustle and bustle of life down the stairs.
Birmingham – The Old Stock Joint
It’s cute and cosy with a very close-knit atmosphere, it’s The Old Stock Joint. The beer garden here is absolutely lovely if you fancy having a natter with a drink and some food. A perfect place for friends!
Go grab some rays while the suns out in these fantastic beer gardens before it’s time to hibernate inside again! You’ll be surprised at what a nice outdoor area can do for your going out mood.