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Spots to visit in Edgbaston Village

What’s On: Spots to visit in Edgbaston Village 

Sample the best of Birmingham

In the heart of Edgbaston you will find an emerging Village – full of independent eateries and niche shops.  Explore local artists at LUX Gallery, sample local beers and wines at Loki, taste the finest locally produced foods at Chapter, Smoke & Ash and Simpsons.

Easily accessible by car, bus, train and tram, with ample parking, there is no excuse.

Greenfield Crescent was transformed in 2021 and is becoming a hub for local independents to grow their businesses.


Places to eat and drink

If you’re looking for somewhere for breakfast, lunch, dinner or drinks before or after the market Edgbaston Village has got you covered with a range of award-winning places to eat and drink.

The newly opened Smoke and Ash Pizzeria offers the finest Italian ingredients, experimental cocktails and much more,  Chapter Restaurant offers a delicious breakfast through to dinner menu, while Loki Wine has an amazing choice of wines and bottled beers, both of which can be enjoyed on the front or rear terraces. The authentic Italian, Laghi’s Deli, is an ideal spot for lunch, or for those looking for some good-old fashioned gastro pub food, The High Field and The Physician are the perfect choice.
Of an evening, why not add a touch of luxury with a Michelin-starred meal at Simpsons, or try something new at South East Asian restaurant, The Blue Piano.


Retail therapy

For those looking for a special gift Edgbaston Village is Birmingham’s home of luxury interiors. There are a whole host of home and lifestyle stores in the area, including Neptune, OKA, BoConcept and KIN, as well as Lux Gallery which sells both local and international original pieces of artwork.

Getting outdoors

The Birmingham Botanical Gardens, located on the Calthorpe Estate, is a fabulous example of green space and wonderful glass houses.  There is also the tranquility of Martineau Gardens, just a stroll further a field on Priory Road.  

If you fancied sitting outside, why not visit Boston Tea Party, Village Kitchen or LA Pop cafes. Alternatively Chapter,  Smoke&AshSimpsonsThe High Field, The Physician and The Blue Piano all have outside drinking and dining areas.


Take a walk

If you’ve enjoyed your visit to the area and want to explore it further, The Blue Plaque Walks offer a great way to discover Edgbaston’s history and culture. There are four separate trails, ranging from one to four miles, which include the plaques of historical figures who have previously lived or stayed in the area – including the likes of Washington Irving, Neville Chamberlain and JRR Tolkien. A great way to take in the leafy scenery of Edgbaston. 

If you’ve bought your four-legged friend along for the walk, there are also a whole host of dog-friendly places to eat and drink to stop off at along the way too.

Making an evening of it

If you’re enjoying your time in Birmingham and want to extend your trip for longer than a day, or are visiting from further afield, The High Field Townhouse offers boutique rooms, and the Birmingham Marriott Hotel is also nearby.

Evenings can be spent enjoying the award-winning restaurants and bars, sampling the best of fine wine at Loki, indulging in delicious cocktails at Chapter’s bar, or enjoying the best of live jazz performers as The Blue Piano.

Dog friendly

For dog friendly places to eat, drink and shop in Edgbaston Village – click here

Easily accessible

Edgbaston Village is easily accessible by public transport, walking, cycling or by car. The newly opened Edgbaston Village Metro stop adds yet another route into the area in addition to Five Ways train station. There are pay and display car parks in the area, as well as on-road parking spaces in and around the Village.

To download a copy of the Edgbaston Village map – click here

Car parking

Within the green open spaces of Edgbaston Village, there is a choice of pay and display car parking and free on-road parking. Pay and display car parking can be paid for using contactless, Ringo app or cash payment methods. Pay and display car parks are to the rear or within a few minutes walk of the shops, restaurants, cafes and bars across the Village.

To view a copy of Village map with car parking locations, click here

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