Combining vibrant activity with relaxing charm, every year Solihull welcomes millions of visitors to The NEC and LG Arena for major concerts and exhibitions.
The town centre is a shoppers’ paradise; with a cosmopolitan atmosphere, every major brand and designer label, plus restaurants, bars and cafés offering everything from fine dining to a quick bite.From fine dining to fast food: Solihull caters for all tastes.
Whether you’re looking for a twist on traditional English cuisine in a contemporary gastro pub in one of Solihull’s rural villages or a cornucopia of international flavours and dishes in one of the town centre’s international eateries, you will be able to find the perfect place in Solihull - whatever you want to eat at whatever time of day.
There really is something for everyone, whether you are looking for a romantic dinner, a special occasion, a quick lunch, or you are out with the whole family.
There are around fifty different eateries within the town centre alone, from yaki soba in Wagamama to perfect pasta in Zizzi’s. You can choose between well-known high street brands, including Nando’s, Giraffe, handmade burger Co., Ask Italian and Pizza Express, or drinks and live music in the Slug & Lettuce. Coffee lovers have a choice of Starbucks, Gregs Moments, Costa and Pret a Manger, or the more traditional Druckers, maybe a cupcake at the Fallen Angel bakery and coffee house.
Looking for a relaxed evening in traditional country inn ?, or maybe a more lively night out in a stylish bar, you are sure to find a pub or bar that’s perfect for your plans.
You will find many well-recognised brands in Solihull Town Centre, including the Slug and Lettuce, Apres, Missoula, Metro Bar & Grill and O’Neill’s – together with individual pub and bar venues such as the Marston’s-owned Coach House or the popular The Lazy Cow Bar and Restaurant. Fancy dancing the night away? Then head to Luna Solihull town centre's only night club.
There is also an eclectic range of pubs and bars throughout the borough in many of the rural villages. After a brisk walk along the beautiful Stratford upon Avon canal you could try a rural gastro pub like The Boot in Lapworth for example, or visitors looking for a quick break away from a packed exhibition at The NEC could try the Malt Shovel at Barston?