Father’s Day is just around the corner, and one of the best ways to treat dad this year will be to take him out for a meal.
Birmingham is brimming with good places to eat, from Indian cuisine to proper pub grub.
To help you decide, here’s a small selection of places you can take dad on Sunday, 19 June.
Marco Pierre White Steakhouse bar and grill
The Birmingham instalment of the world famous chef’s various eateries is a steakhouse located on Wharfside Street.
According to the restaurant, every dad who joins us gets a complimentary ‘dram’ of Johnnie Walker Whisky.
Booking ahead through the website is encouraged.
The Cube, 200 Wharfside St, Birmingham B1 1PR https://www.mpwrestaurants.co.uk/our-brands/steakhouse-bar-and-grill/birmingham
A private dining event is available at Fazenda for groups who book in advance, all information is available through the website.
The South American restaurant serves a range of dishes, predominantly from Argentina and Brazil.
55 Colmore Row, Birmingham B3 2AA https://fazenda.co.uk/private-dining/
Another restaurant with a South American twist, Rodizio has a special selection of Brazilian BBQ and wins from across the continent.
To make sure you avoid Father’s Day disappointment, visit the website to book a table.
207 Wharfside St, Birmingham B1 1RN https://rodiziorico.com/birmingham-restaurant-2/
Located in the Jewellery Quarter, this modern European restaurant is unique, quirky and full of choice.
Bookings can be made through the restaurant’s website.
27 Warstone Ln, Birmingham B18 6JQ https://www.wearethewilderness.co.uk/food
Isaac’s at The Grand
Situated at the Grand Hotel in Birmingham, this restaurant brings the charm of New York to the streets of the second city.
Lunch and dinner menus are available, so there is plenty of opportunity to find a suitable time for dad.
Bookings can be made via the website.
28 Barwick St, Birmingham B3 2NT https://isaacsrestaurant.co.uk/
Heidi’s Apres-ski bar
One of the newest additions to the Broad Street food and drink selections, Heidi’s brings a taste of the Bavarian Oktoberfest to Birmingham.
A visit to heidis will be ideal if you wish to give your dad a liquid lunch (or dinner).
195, 196 Broad St, Birmingham B15 1SU https://heidisbierbar.uk/birmingham/
Gentleman and Scholar on Broad Street
This typically British pub has beer and cocktail offerings as well as food options from the bbq or grill.
Its outdoor terrace will be an ideal place to spend the day, should the weather allow.
For a taste of India, you’ll not go far wrong by taking your dad to Varanasi on Broad Street.
The big names of Hollywood have descended on some eateries around Birmingham, and Varanasi is just one of these.
Bookings are recommended for this authentic taste of Indian cuisine.
The restaurant probably cannot guarantee you’ll be dining alongside Johnny Depp, but you never know…
To make a booking, visit the restaurant website.
184 Broad St, Birmingham B15 1DA https://varanasi.uk/
Fancy heading to a restaurant that has hosted Tom Cruise and Ed Sheeran in recent years? If so, then Dishoom is the place for you.
Located within Chamberlain Square, the Indian restaurant makes for a great setting to enjoy a Father’s Day.
One Chamberlain Sq, Birmingham B3 3AX https://www.dishoom.com/birmingham/