Another one to hit if you’re in the Jewellery Quarter. This converted pub has stained glass windows to get any church goer going. They’ve got wicked wallpaper, brightly coloured, mismatched furniture and our favourite kind of telephone box – one that’s filled with booze to buy. There are a couple of terraces out the back and front so depending on the time of day you can pick your sun spot.
The cocktail menu is a fresh mix of classic classics and fun new mixes that have been put together by the staff themselves. We went for a short sharp Boston Sour with Amaretto, apricot brandy, fresh lemon and sugar. If you’re really not feeling boozy then they have a supportive menu of mocktails that are full of all the vitamins, and taste just as good (if you’re a health freak that is). Down to party? They have a list of shot-tails that are short, sharp and at £2.50 well on their way to being dangerously easy to order.
Oh and make sure you hit the loos and go find Angel Gabriel. Just do it.