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A flashy, stylish bar and restaurant for the new millennium, Sobar brings utilitarian chic to the Arcadian Centre. It calls itself a Noodle Bar, a phenomenon springing up more widely these days, and serves deliciously spicy, genuinely fast food to business people and the fashionably lazy alike. It has a bright, clean and nice interior and you can choose to eat at tables or at the well-stocked bar. Either way, you can see your meal being cooked and it arrives with frightening haste.
The city has its share of entertainment and it's only natural that it will have more than a handful of bars. Anchor Inn is one of the many pubs of this town. It is however, different from the rest because of the excellent food and live music.
The Nightingale Club is Birmingham's oldest gay nightclub, opening for the first time as a private members-only club in 1969. Since then, although they've moved a few times and lost the clandestine quality, "The Gale" is just as popular as ever in Birmingham's nightlife scene. Three floors, a stage, multiple bars, dance floors, balcony and more ensure that there is always a party going on at the Nightingale. The club hosts many different theme nights and parties too. If you're looking for a lively night out, make sure to include The Nightingale Club in your rotation.
Experience the nightlife of the city at the Amusement 13 Nightclub while in Birmingham. The club is set with modern light and acoustic amenities which aids to the fancy and colorful ambiance. Renowned DJ's spin some of the latest music that make people get to the floor and shake a leg. You can also celebrate your private events at this place which are offered for rental services.