Ye Olde Red Lion public house, also a Grade II Listed building by Bateman. Built in 1903 in a traditional Cotswold style, which seems out of place in the heart of Birmingham. This was designed to make it an ideal venue at the time to be the village pub at the heart of its community. With a surround gardens frontage remains to make it a pleasant garden to sit out during the warm sunny days.
But to find out this was probably the first Birmingham 'reformed' pub. Birmingham was an early participant in the movement to replace the small street-corner drinking dens with public houses where a man could bring his wife and could drink and eat in well-designed respectable surroundings, of the splendid looking building which stands out to welcome its visitors
The pub is well known Free house for its menu and beers an excellent venue to come for live music take you time and enjoy coming with the family and mates.
Here we see our sweethearts meeting up with the girls and lads for some great entertainment, while the lads are at the bar the girls are gossiping, catching up about last week’s piss up. That’s great our lady is thinking they are looking out for our sweethearts to join them. But before the evening gets started our sweethearts will join them all for some tasty nibble before the stage erupts to sounds of the band on stage.