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 Day

Burger or Hot Dog Deal

Every Day

Lunch Deal

Every Tuesday

Free Desserts

Every Wednesday

Chicken Club

Every Thursday

Grill Club

Every Friday

Fish Club

Every Sunday

Roast Club