16 Feb the jewellery quarter
the iconic jewellery quarter is home to one of europe’s largest concentration of manufacturing jewellers, with over 700 jewellers and independent retailers.
many of the old and unused factories in the area have been taken over by a mix of independent businesses to create a thriving food, drink and creative scene. this coupled with such a rich history makes the area one of the uk’s most unique destinations and a real hot spot in birmingham.
pasta di piazza – this authentic italian restaurant uses locally sourced and fresh ingredients to create a traditional menu with inventive daily specials.
folium – restaurant folium is a modern british restaurant who’s cooking style is simple, with clean flavours using the highest quality of ingredients from sustainable and ethical suppliers.
lasan – lasan prides itself on creating an atmosphere that pulsates with laughter and fun. with a delectable menu showcasing what true indian dining is about, bringing friends and families together
st pauls house – this 34 bedroom boutique hotel really had it all, comfy bright bedrooms, modern en suites, intimate meeting space and venue hire as well as stunning bar and restaurant.
frederik street townhouse – adjacent to the button factory which is a great restaurant and bar is one of the newest boutique stays in the area – frederik street townhouse, with rooms ranging from single beds to a junior suite.
selina birmingham – this boutique hotel is set in an old victorian factory offering a range of accommodation, from spacious lofts to community rooms, with an artisanal cafe, massage room, and wellness studio.
40 st pauls – voted best gin bar in the world in 2019, 40 st pauls is an intimate space with 24 seats offering an intimate, relaxed, exclusive vibe – available for private hire and tastings.
arch 13 – this is a wine bar with a difference, with an ever-evolving drinks menu with over 700 wines, gins, whiskies, brandies, liqueurs and associated fine beverages and a changing carefully selected food menu.
ikigai- inspired by izakaya culture, ikigai at 1000 trades brings a niche experience to the birmingham independent bar scene, with an array of japanese spirits, flavourful cocktails and speciality sake.
180 club – this is birmingham’s underground darts bar serving up new york style food and sharer cocktails. 180 club can be hired exclusively with food and drinks packages available.
workshops – there are an abundance of workshops to partake in here. from the obvious jewellery making classes for varying skill levels to bespoke crafting workshops