Great pubs & cafes on the Treasure Hunt Birmingham route 📍

Posted on April 16, 2021

The Actress and Bishop’s terrace in the sun

Photo: The Actress and Bishop (Instagram)

As restrictions ease, pubs and cafes are starting to re-open. These are 5 options for taking a pitstop while playing Treasure Hunt Birmingham!

The Malt House on the canal

1. The Malt House

20 - 40 minutes into the game

The Malt House is situated on the picturesque canal and serves real ales and traditional pub Food. President Clinton famously had a glass of beer during the G8 Summit held in Birmingham! It makes for a good spot for an early pit stop on Treasure Hunt Birmingham.

Book a table at The Malt House here

Photo: The Malt House (Facebook)

2. 1,000 Trades

1,000 Trades in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter

45 - 60 minutes into the game

A wonderful independent bar and kitchen in an old jewellery workshop in the Jewellery Quarter.

Photo: 1,000 Trades (Instagram)

3. Saint Kitchen

The street outside Saint Kitchen

60 - 90 minutes into the game

An independent cafe just off St Paul’s Square. They specialise in coffee, brunch, lunch, doughnuts and cake. Tables are first come first served and not available for reservation. There’s a full takeaway service.

Photo: Saint Kitchen (Instagram)

4. The Rectory

The Rectory’s courtyard and heaters

60 - 90 minutes into the game

Situtated on St Paul’s Square, The Rectory overlooks the gorgeous St Paul’s Church. They’ve got an outside courtyard. 60% of their capacity is bookings, so feel free to pop down and snag a walk in table or a take away drink to drink in the park across the road.

Book a table at The Rectory here

Photo: The Rectory (Instagram)

5. The Actress and Bishop

The Actress and Bishop’s terrace in the sun

60 - 90 minutes into the game

From 12th April – 17th May The Actress and Bishop will be offering outdoor seating. There’s no advance bookings available during this time, it’s all first come, first serve. Extra seating will be provided where possible.

From 17th May onwards, they’re taking bookings for tables.

Book a table at The Actress and Bishop here

Photo: The Actress and Bishop (Instagram)

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