Welcome to The Trocadero

An iconic city centre haunt

It's hard to miss The Trocadero, an iconic Birmingham pub with a history as colourful as its flamboyant gin-palace exterior.

Tucked away on Temple Street, our grade II listed local has been known as The Trocadero since 1912. Before that it was The Bodega wine bar, run by a real character called Henry Skinner. His presence is still felt (as our most active resident ghost). Pop in and we'll tell you a few tales about Henry over a pint and a plate of hearty food. Going right back, the building was originally a fire station - spot the stained-glass window where the firemen's pole used to be. Today, the sirens have been replaced with the buzz and chatter of thirsty Bullring shoppers and Brum's after-work crowd.

A photograph of the interior of The TrocaderoA photograph of the interior of The Trocadero
A photograph of a bar tender pouring a drink

Opening Times

  • Sunday:
    Noon - 11pm
  • Monday to Tuesday:
    9am - 11pm
  • Wednesday to Saturday:
    9am - Midnight

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Every Monday

Kids eat for £1

Every Tuesday

2 for 1 desserts

Every Wednesday

Chicken Club

Every Thursday

Grill Club

Every Friday

Fish Club

Every Saturday

Free Starter/Dessert

Every Sunday

Roast Club