Bars and Restaurants Re-Opening in Birmingham on 4th July 2020

It’s been a very long wait for us all, and whilst COVID-19 is still a real threat to life, the UK Government has paved the way for bars and restaurants to re-open in Brum on the 4th July 2020.

This is by no means a definitive list of who is opening again in the city, more a point in the right direction for some of the businesses we recommend – they will need your/our trade to begin this monumental claw back to where we all were prior to March this year.

Please check all individual businesses websites or social media for the details on how they are re-opening and what precautions will be taken to ensure your safety (many are doing table service only). We hope you all take care and remember, this is all new to these businesses so mistakes will inevitably happen whilst we all adjust to this new temporary way of going out! We look forward to gradual reopening of others who are still working on their opening dates.

Bars & Restaurants Opening 4th July 2020


Indian Streatery


Actress &

Bank Brindley Place

Fiesta Del

Old Crown

The Lord

The Red Lion

Saint Paul’s

The Bull’s Head

Already Open For Takeaway or Collection

1000 Trades (takeaways Tue-Sat, 5pm-9pm) –

Medicine Bakery Cafe (walks ins) –

All Greek Streetfood (walk ins) –

Digbeth Dining Club (Click & Collect) –

Original Patty Men (delivery) –

Digbrew (delivery) –

Attic Brew Co. (delivery) –

Opening Soon!

The Plough Harborne (re-opening 6th July) –

Attic Brew Co. (re-opening 10th July) –

Head of Steam (re-opening mid July) –

The Night Owl (re-opening 18th July as a bar/pub) –

Raja Monkey (re-opening end of July with new look) –

Bitters & Twisted Venues (re-opening August) –

Rebel Chicken (launching 202 food pop-up soon) –

Oyster Club (re-opening August) –

Hare & Hounds, Dishoom Bham, Stable Bham, Castle & Falcon, The Ruin, The Anchor, are all keen to re-open soon but have no definite date as yet.