This Digbeth Bar Is The Perfect Place For Some Big Kid Behaviour • Roxy Ball Room

Katherine Notman Katherine Notman

This Digbeth Bar Is The Perfect Place For Some Big Kid Behaviour • Roxy Ball Room

Ping pong, bowling, pool tables, food and beer. What more could you want?

Roxy Ball Room really is a place to unleash your inner child, but in what is definitely a grown-up atmosphere. The first thing you’re likely to notice is the striking décor — the walls are covered in vivid, graffiti-style artwork and the whole place is lit like an old-school arcade. There are no sticky carpets here—everything is shiny—and even the fussiest friends will want to stay for a few games of something. [Featured image: @roxyballroom

There are full-size American pool tables on which to try and beat your mates, and there’s none of that worn-out felt you’d find in your local — these tables are the real deal.

If playing pool isn’t your thing then there’s plenty more on offer, including a grand total of 10 full-size bowling lanes. And if you want to feel like you’re in somebody’s university accommodation—only with nicer beer and without the piles of washing up—head to the beer-pong area and hone your skills as you down pints.

Stretched out across the room is a 22ft shuffleboard — or you can try your hand at ping-pong on an Olympic standard table. If you’re hungry then you can grab some food while you play. They have snacks for the peckish and pizzas, burgers, nachos and chicken wings for the ravenous. There are vegan options and gluten-free options on the menu too, so nobody will leave hungry.


You can wash it all down with a huge selection of drinks and, if you’re feeling fancy, there are plenty of delicious-sounding cocktails on offer. They pride themselves in particular on the ping star martini (we see what they did there).

This fun-filled venue is set to reopen the doors to its outdoor area from April 12 and indoor area from May 17. Book your spot here.

Roxy Ball Room, 58 – 60 Heath Mill Lane, Deritend, B9 4AR

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