Rarely do we walk in a restaurant and instantly know that you want to come back, that was the case with Brewers Social though. We were invited to check out the newly refurbished location after it’s successful run as a pop-up in the same location.
The decor was art deco and eclectic with a strong Birmingham shout out. The seats were a mixture of leather couches, big comfy seats and standard chairs – plenty of choice and depending on when you visit plenty of options whether you are visiting for a catch up or meeting for dinner.
We were really glad to find out it is dog and children friendly too, it really ticked all our boxes!
And then there was the food…..
Are you a fan of afternoon teas? Do you like yours with tea, prosecco or maybe a cocktail? Well however you like yours it might be worth checking out Slug and Lettuce.
If, like me, you remember Slug and Lettuce for being a stop on a night out for drink deals and a selection of shots then you might be in for a surprise – the revamp is fancy! The drink deals are still there but this time they focus heavily on cocktails and afternoon teas.
Have you seen a Bistrot Pierre near you? I ask as they have locations all around the UK. In fact, here is the current list:
Before we headed off on our holidays we were invited to the relaunch of a pub we have driven past a dozen or so times but never had the opportunity to visit. When the invite mentioned that we would be given a tour of their on site brewery and a taster of their new menu we were sold.
Set in the gorgeous countryside just outside of Birmingham the Coach and Horses Weatheroak Hill pub and restaurant captures that countryside feeling while offering delicious food and a great variety of beers. It’s also been in the same family for nearly 50 years so they obviously knows what works well.
I don’t know how or why we never got around to publishing this post when we visited the Cereal Killer Cafe in Brick Lane, London back in December 2014 – so here it is 18 months later!
The good thing is the Cereal Killer Cafe is still going strong, so this is as relevant today as it was back then!
The concept is simple. Stock a fairly small cafe space with walls of cereal and not just your regular supermarket cereal – your international brand cereals! 120 varieties in total! Including Lucky Charms and Fruit Loops – the cereals you always ‘treat’ yourself to when visiting somewhere in the States (well if you are Laura and I).
About a week ago, we were lucky enough to be invited for a cider talk and tasting, as well as making pizzas (!!!) with some fellow Brum bloggers, at The Stable in Birmingham. We were really excited as we’ve visited The Stable before, for their pre-opening celebration as well as a few more recent delicious dinners out, and also because making our own pizzas sounded so much fun!
If you live around, or can get to, Birmingham you have to check out the Digbeth Dining Club!
Digbeth Dining Club is Birmingham’s Original Street Food Event and we finally got to go on the last weekend of April.