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As home to solicitor Sampson Brass in Dickens’ old curiosity shop, Bevis Marks naturally attracted our curiosity as a new home for The Alchemist’s unique brand of cocktail bars and restaurants.
Allow us to introduce you to The Alchemist at Brindleyplace in Birmingham, a simply superb addition to our family of devilishly delightful cocktail and dining experiences.
Back in 1907 Walter Dixon Scott wrote of Liverpool, “this strange territory seems, indeed, to form a kind of fifth element, a place charged with daemonic issues and daemonic silences”. A fitting location, therefore, for an Alchemist.
Savour our mouth-watering menu with delectable all-day dining in our largest restaurant to date, spanning two floors inside and out. There’s no better stage for our world of theatre served.
Once famed as a ‘city of a thousand trades’, we’ve decided to make Birmingham the ‘city of a thousand cocktails’, setting up shop on one of the best-preserved 19th century streetscapes in the country, Colmore Row.
Founded as a roman fortress and rich in all the mystery and mythology that goes with it, Chester just had to be the perfect location for our own very special brand of molecular mixology and devilishly delicious menus.
Newcastle is legendary as one the world’s most vibrant and exciting cities. In fact, As the original frontier between roman civilisation and the mystical wilderness beyond, it’s been the place where magic happens for centuries.
There’s something about Leeds that calls out to us as a natural location for The Alchemist. Maybe it’s the fact that it’s the home of the royal armouries and we like the sound of clashing metal?
The Alchemist Gunwharf Quays will offer devotees of the divinely decadent, two storeys of our unique world of theatre served.
Continuing our crusade to bestow the most creative cocktails and darkly delicious dining on every corner of the country, we’ve brought The Alchemist bar and restaurant to Nottingham.
MediaCityUK stands tall and proud alongside the historic Manchester ship canal, the ever-flowing artery that’s carried the lifeblood of the city since it was right at the heart of the industrial revolution.
In victorian times the area around New York Street was a highly desirable residential location, with the magnificent portico library and royal Manchester institution just a stone’s throw away.
We’ve conjured our molecular madness to bring you the ideal cocktail venue to blend with like-minds and spark alternative ideas in the darkly delicious ambience that’s our own unique signature.
In the 19th century, Spinningfields was described as a “den of iniquity, teeming with opium dens, gin palaces and alehouses”. An apt birthplace for the original Alchemist.
Our St. Martin’s Lane venue sits at the heart of Covent Garden, a location that didn’t just survive the great fire of London – it rose from the ashes to become one of the most exciting parts of the world’s most vibrant city.
Home of myths, legends and dragons, Wales has been calling out for The Alchemist for quite some time.
We’ve found our perfect home in the country’s capital, Cardiff – or Caerdyf, if like us, you’re a stickler for history.
What better place for a captivating cocktail bar and restaurant than in a contemporary social hub overlooking the heart of the city?
At The Alchemist we believe that every experience should be totally life enhancing. Whether it’s your first sip of one of our compelling cocktails or a morsel from our restaurant’s mouthwatering menu.
Whatever the occasion, we’re ready to serve up some theatre. Walk-in’s always welcome. Head inside and we’ll seat you as soon as we can.