With a compact town centre, you’re never far away from a historic pub, welcoming bar and restaurant or your first cocktail of the night.
Nightlife in Redditch
For sophisticated cocktails, look no further than the Orangery Restaurant and Cocktail Lounge on the western edge of Redditch, around two miles from our Redditch North hotel. With its heated terrace overlooking gorgeous gardens, the 30-seater Damson cocktail lounge features handcrafted concoctions and a wide range of craft beers as well as an above average wine menu. And, if you’re hungry, the attached restaurant is one of the finest in town.
At the other end of the entertainment spectrum is The Oast House, a lively bar and pub with a varied range of programming including up-and-coming bands, tribute acts and well-established touring acts. There’s a large bar and dancefloor, with Saturday nights a guaranteed party at the Church Hill bar.
There aren’t many late night options in Redditch, but The Warwick Bar and Nightclub is your best bet, sometimes opening until dawn playing a mix of dub, ska and reggae. With cheap drinks, excellent Caribbean-themed food and a relaxed atmosphere, it’s the perfect place for night owls and Bob Marley fans.
Bars in Redditch
In the heart of Redditch, the Black Tap Brew Pub is one of the best alternative, eclectic and down-right excellent pubs in town – and just a short walk from our Redditch North hotel. With a winning mix of local live music and a heady collection of home-brewed beers, the traditional and welcoming pub has a lively and loyal following who come for the good beer and stay for the good times.
Heading out of the town centre, The Bramley Cottage is a warm and welcoming modern pub with a wide range of food spanning Sunday roasts, brunch, lunch and dinner menus, plenty of vegan and vegetarian options and a daily set-price buffet. The drinks menu is just as extensive, with a wide range of guest cask ales, draught lager and cider, cocktails and gins. If the sun is shining, head out to the large beer garden and catch some rays, glass in hand.
Alternatively, try The Brook Bar and Kitchen, an upmarket country pub also on the south side of Redditch, serving a contemporary mix of classic British dishes, fine wines and real ales. With smart wooden and tile interiors, it’s a stylish choice if you’re looking to splash out a little.
The Golden Goose near Mappleborough Green might not lay any 24-carat eggs, but they do a very, very good spread including a daily carvery, their renowned carvery baps and a range of breakfast options. If you’re after a cheap and cheerful pub with good, well-priced food and drink, this is a great option.
Heading north of Redditch, The Village Inn in Beoley is a snug country pub that’s recently been refurbished. With a wide range of drinks including mulled wine in winter, you can cosy up by the roaring fire in winter or head out to their large patio overlooking the Midlands countryside when the weather allows you. And with a large food menu covering traditional classics like make-your-own burgers, steaks, pies and baguettes, it’s a great place to eat as well.