Our pledge to protect you
We understand that keeping our staff and customers safe during these unprecedented times is paramount.
We have introduced a one-way system around the bar with multiple hand sanitising stations along this route.
On entry a member of staff will take some details from you - this is to assist the government's “Test and Trace” initiative.
You will then be shown to a clean and sanitised table by a member of our team, which will be 1 meter away from another table.
It is table service only - this is to minimise the number of people walking around the venue and helps us keep you safe, so if you need a drink our friendly staff are ready to take your order.
We have alcohol hand gel and face masks to offer customers on request if you feel like you require any.
We are not accepting bookings, and tables are given to customers on a first-come, first-serve basis. On busier nights, these tables may have a two-hour time limit, this is to ensure that all our patrons can enjoy a drink at Missing.
If you have any additional questions, please drop us a message via our Facebook page or email and we will get back to you as soon as possible.
Missing was taken over in January 2010 by David Dindol, one of the original founders of XXL in London. Once known as a Cabaret Bar, the Missing Management soon realised that there was a Party Bar lacking from the Birmingham Gay Scene, and decided to turn their attention into making Missing Birmingham's Top Party Bar! A lot has changed in 10 years and in May 2019 Missing Bar undertook it's biggest refurbishment.
So come on down and take a peek!