Embrace your inner millennial at these pink locations across Birmingham, varying from peach to cerise. From cafes and bars to restaurants and nail salons, this list has it all! Check out our pick of the pinkest places in Birmingham and feel free to daydream about pink.
1. The Pineapple Club
OK, so hear us out, it’s not totally pink but you can’t deny the colour doesn’t go amiss in this latest edition to the Great Western Arcade. This Birmingham cocktail bar has plenty of pink accents to contrast its green features: plush velvet, pink chairs, pink neon lights, pink shelving, pink window frames and pink dado rails. Add a glass of The Pineapple Club’s Poco Baya (The little Berry) cocktail finished with a rainbow lace or sparkling rosé and its pink perfection.
Unit 16, Great Western Arcade, B2 5HU
2. Oozells Square
Oozells Square isn’t just the location of the Ikon Gallery, but also where you’ll find cherry blossom trees in the city. Come springtime, the beautiful pink leaves start to appear on the trees making the square appear rather magical. Who needs to go to Japan when you’ve got this Birmingham square?
Oozells Square, Brindleyplace, B1 2HS
3. 202 Kitchen
The pretty new Instagrammable spot in town – 202 Kitchen is a pink paradise, with a number of photo opps throughout the venue. Their pretty in pink seating area makes for a perfect night sat with a cocktail, and their food is just as good – providing the comfort food sure to fulfil your cravings in a social media-inspired ‘trapbox’.
The Arcadian Centre, B5 4TD
4. Noel’s Bar and Restaurant
If you’re after a pink afternoon tea then Noel’s is the place. You’ll find hues of peach, pastel pink and raspberry within the restaurant with crockery and cocktails to match. Order their Pink Butterfly cocktail and you’ll both sassy and like you’re in a fantasy land at the same time. Noel’s is Alice In Wonderland all grown-up.
22 Waterfront Walk, B1 1SN
5. Tonight Josephine
Tonight Josephine is overwhelmingly pink in the best possible way! You’ll be inundated with neon signs, hot pink décor and all the glitz and glamour you could ever wish for. Their cocktails are equally as impressive and taste just as good as they look. If that’s not enough, they also host a Mean Girls themed afternoon tea which is so fetch, no matter what Regina George has to say about it.
Unit 12, The Burlington, Stephenson Street, B2 4BL
6. The Grand Hotel
Like all of the building’s interior, the bar at The Grand Hotel is an elegant, pink haven. You can enjoy cocktails and afternoon tea at this hotel bar, known as Madeleine, on Colmore Row. Forget lying on one of their hotel beds, those pink sofas look pretty comfy…
The Grand Hotel, Colmore Row, B3 2BS
Taking oriental décor and turning it pink, Tattu is complete with a frequently photographed cherry blossom tree – standing tall in all of its pink glory. The whole Birmingham venue is uplit with bright pink tones, with ever-luxurious finishings everywhere you turn. If you’re a fan of Asian food, we highly recommend.
18 Barwick Street, B3 2NT
8. Cocoa by Ali
It seems Waterfront Walk is the place to be for your dosage of pink. This gorgeous pink tea room is brimming with dreamy Instagram opportunities. With it’s cute flower feature wall it creates the perfect backdrop for their aesthetically-pleasing pink frothy lattes, milkshakes and hot chocolates. Order a macaron to complete the chic Emily In Paris look.
26 Waterfront Walk, B1 1SR
9. Nails Bab
Located in the Jewellery Quarter, this pink Birmingham nail salon has pastel colours including the rose shade throughout. Nails Bab combines our love for pampering and colour with both their designs and décor. A post of your latest manicure from Nails Bab against their pastel brick walls and plenty will be asking where you got your nails done.
18a Hall Street, Jewellery Quarter, B18 6BS
Archie’s Birmingham venue is a hot pink moment, with every single inch of the burger joint covered in the warm hue. And the décor is incredibly fun, too, with neon signs and pink booths to lounge in. The pink theme runs throughout all of Archie’s venues, too, so no matter which restaurant you pop to, you’re sure to be treated with an Instagrammable sight.
8-9 Lower Temple Street, B2 4DJ
11. The Milkcake Man
Nestled within the southern Brummie neighbourhood of Kings Heath is possibly one of the most incredible ice cream parlours you’ll find in the city. Specialising in deluxe soft-serve ice cream and Spanish iced lattes, The Milk Cake Man offers some of the most unique flavour combinations out there. And not only is the food and drink jaw-droppingly beautiful, so is the interior with it’s cherry blossom feature wall, rose-hued counter and pink, comfy velvet chairs.
Unit 3 Kings Court, Rear Of 90 High Street, King’s Heath, B14 7JZ
12. Stripclub Streetfood
Brummie street food vendor Stripclub Streetfood pitches up its pink truck that is hard to miss across a number of West Midlands venues including Birmingham to serve up mouthwatering burgers to hungry diners. Their Truffle Dip burger- two smashed aged beef patties, double American cheese, mayonnaise, crispy fried onions, pickles, grated Parmesan, steamed seeded brioche bun, beef dripping and truffle gravy- has been nominated for burger awards too. You can find Stripclub Streetfood at Digbeth Dining Club residencies, Taste Collective in Solihull and Factory at FarGo Village in Coventry.
Although not totally pink, virtual reality bar Otherworld in Birmingham boasts shades of pink and lilac thanks to its neon lighting. As you wait to enter a new dimension at Otherworld, you are soothed by the lounge and bar’s low pink mood lighting. The bar is a futuristic escape from reality where you can enjoy beers and cocktails on tap post-VR gaming in their immersion pods.
20 Bennetts Hill, B2 5QJ