Irish pub chain O’Neill’s has a prime location on Broad Street, Birmingham and the popular brand is set to open its doors in another top city location very soon.
The Irish pub - which is perfect for enjoying good beer and live sports - reopened on Broad Street in June 2022 after a four-week refurbishment. Whether you just want to enjoy some live music to lift your spirits or catch up with mates, the pub is a great place to visit.
There were once several O’Neills bars across Birmingham, including Moseley. But some of the venues closed in recent years. So fans of the brand will be pleased to hear that it is set to open up a new location. The new O’Neill’s is due to open on Harborne High Street at number 310 on May 28.
O’Neill’s Harborne, formerly known as The Vine, is undergoing an extensive 5-week renovation costing £500k, giving the Harborne pub an exciting new look. It has created 20 new jobs with the reopening.
They will bring a refreshed bar, enhanced sports viewing, a stage for live entertainment and new spacious booths. Along with a new name and look, O’Neill’s Harborne will also introduce an all-new food offering for visitors to enjoy in the easy-going pub. Guests can tuck into all the pub favourites, from mix-and-match tapas to delicious gourmet burgers, as well as an array of craft beers and cocktails to try. O’Neill’s Harborne are also starting a Happy Hour offer from Mondays to Fridays where guests can enjoy drinks for just £4.
Commenting on the pub’s renovation, general manager Paul Randall, said: “As a key part of Harborne’s night life, we’re thrilled to have given our pub a new lease of life and we’re really excited to show guests our big changes.
“O’Neill’s Harborne will provide both our regulars and first-time guests with an exciting location to enjoy music and live sport with great food and drinks. Both myself and the whole team are incredibly excited to open the doors and we hope our guests love the transformation.”
Harborne High Street will also soon get a Rudy’s pizza. The new venue is taking over the space where the former Hawkshead bar was situated at 77 High Street.