An Evening at Bohemian, Moseley

Bohemian Moseley

Those of you who follow the blog regularly will know that I like visiting new places, particularly if there are food and cocktails involved, so I was delighted when I was invited to the launch of the newly refurbished Bohemian Cocktail Bar + Kitchen in Moseley, during which I would be testing their new cocktail and food menu (I know, it’s a tough job, but someone has to do it!).

I’d never been to Bohemian before, although I’ve heard many good things about it from friends, so I had no idea what to expect. However, the minute I walked in I received a warm welcome from the staff, and it was clear from the beautiful decor and atmosphere (combined with an awesome reggae playlist in the background) that it was going to be a good night!

For me, the ultimate test of a cocktail bar is the quality of their raspberry mojito, and after The Bloke and I found ourselves some seats it was the first thing I ordered. It was gorgeous, and I loved the fact that the mixologist, Ben, (who was amazing) went that extra mile to create a different aroma by blow-torching some rosemary on the top. I’d never seen that done before, and it made all the difference.

Throughout the night we were treated to beautiful drinks, lovely samples of food and awesome reggae and ska inspired music from Bohemian’s resident band, The Bohemijams.

There was a constant stream of taster dishes, including southern fried chicken, piping hot fish cakes, piri piri prawns, beef bourguignon, garlic flatbread, mini hamburgers… All were beautifully cooked and well presented, and definitely gave a snapshot of the high quality and diversity of food available from their tapas menu.

I also tried several of the cocktail samples, including the Amaretto Sours, the Bloody Mary and my favourite from the night, the Passionate Lover. I loved the fact there were full sized and shot sized samples, which meant that The Bloke, who isn’t much of a drinker, could still have a small taste of them too!

Bohemian is the perfect venue for both small and large groups looking for a relaxed, friendly evening of great food and great drinks in a vibrant atmosphere!

And even better, there is a whole range of themed nights coming up in the build up to Christmas in the form of a ’12 Days of Christmas’ set of events, which I’m particularly looking forward to! 

Want to find out more?

You can find their website here

You can also find them on Twitter @BohemianBar

Disclaimer: All food and drinks were complimentary, but I was under no obligation to provide a positive review. All thoughts and opinions are my own.

18 thoughts on “An Evening at Bohemian, Moseley

  1. Oh my…everything looks and sounds to-die-for. I’m impressed by your gorgeous collage, Suzie. Beautifully presented post…I want to stay here all evening. 🙂

  2. Takes me back to my days hanging out around Birmingham. Toured the area via The Good Beer Guide, not a cocktail in sight I must admit. Sounds yummy and looks it too. Next time I am down at the NEC will take a swing by. Cheers Joy

  3. While the raspberry mojito sounds awesome, especially with the rosemary, I’m intrigued to know what was in the Passionate Lover! Sounds like a very nice night out 🙂

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