5 reviews of The Bulls Head in English
On the night that I went I had a large liquid meal. I started with Cherry Lips, a Midori and Disaronno number topped up with Cranberry juice. Then I avoided the deathly Long Island Iced tea in turn for their more sophisticated cousin the Apple Mojito, a Havana Blanco mixed with Mint, Gomme and Lime, topped up with Apple Juice over crushed ice. For my pudding I had Liquorice Allsorts (in a cocktail form of course!) a hedonistic mix of Black Sambuca, Banana Liqueur, Strawberry Liqueur and Blue Curacao topped up with lemonade.
After the large liquid meal of Bull's Head cocktails I lay back and soaked in the modern décor of the establishment alongside the musical theme, a theme that is clear from the numerous posters of great artists that dominate the walls.
I went on a Thursday night, and the DJ was playing everything from Glitch hop to house, a dizzying mix of electrified sounds. I love this pub, I am now hooked.
Tiny, but bursting with character, the Bull's Head is one of the cooler, more laid back bars in Moseley. The bar is large and well-stocked, though it dominates over half the ground floor and leaves precious little space for seating. Due to the bar's popularity, you'll be lucky if you can find anywhere to stand, let alone get a table unless you arrive nice and early.
The stylishly decorated bar is well stocked with a variety of spirits, and there is usually a DJ playing a mix of funky beats and fusion music. It's not the cheapest of places to drink, but the atmosphere is buzzing and very friendly. The upstairs room often plays host to a variety of events, and there is a (very) small outdoor patio for those in search of a breather and a chat.
lovely local pub full of a quality selection of beers wines ales yadda yadda. Of note is the fact this place only employs stunning barmaids! Very busy, rarely any trouble, but kinda pricey. Nice outdoor space
The Bull's Head in Moseley is a new found love of mine. Although from the outside it looks like bit of an old man's pub, as soon as you open the door its like a different world. The sophisticated decor really sets the scene in here - it is a crimson colour with high ceilings and lots of candles. It is a really good night out, very busy on Friday and Saturday nights, but Sunday night is the real treasure as it has an awesome reggae DJ, you can get a seat and its very chilled out. The drinks suprisingly cheap aswell for such a cosmopolitan bar.
Re furbished about a year ago this bar is situated just off the cross roads in the centre of Moseley. Very popular night spot on the weekend the music varies from day to do but generally has people drinking till closing. with a great PA system upstairs the venue can have a great vibe when live music and DJs perform. All in all its one of Moseleys best and the look inside compliments the stylish presence this bar has.
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