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Find out where to eat, drink, and be merry in Brum.

A right Argy Bhaji at Sadler’s…

Sadler’s Brewing Co. are proud to announce their newest seasonal beer – an Onion Bhaji Pale Ale, “Argy Bhaji.” What started as a joke between brewers about changing a recipe of a Sadler’s favourite to include onion chutney rather than marmalade … Continue reading

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CineQ – Brum LGBTQ Film Festival

CineQ launches a two-day queer film festival taking place on 22nd-24th March in venues across Birmingham.  Shortcut to website and tickets here. Funded by BFI FAN Film Hub Midlands and supported by Centrala Art Gallery, Midlands Art Centre, and Mockingbird … Continue reading

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Pankhurst Keynote @ The Custard Factory (Free event 6th March)

Great-granddaughter of suffrage leader Emmeline Pankhurst, Dr Helen Pankhurst CBE, will deliver the keynote speech at a free to attend West Midlands Women’s Voice event that will take place on Wednesday 6 March from 10am to 4pm at The Custard Factory. … Continue reading

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2019 Independent Birmingham Card Released & It’s On Offer

Every year Independent Birmingham commissions an incredible local artist to design their new Independent Birmingham Membership Card – with the vision being that the design must not only be a beautiful piece of artwork for your pocket, but also a … Continue reading

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Tiger Bites Pig

I’ve not met a food type that isn’t better between two slices of bread.  Chicken: obviously. Beef and mustard: without question.  Roast potatoes?  Yep, preferably with leftover gravy.  I’ve been known to sandwich peas when there’s only too few fishfingers … Continue reading

Posted in Area: Central Shopping, Cuisine: Chinese, Price: Cheap as Chips - Inexpensive, Venue type: Cafe, Venue type: Restaurant | Tagged , , | Leave a comment

Nocturnal Animals (thanks to Patrick Bateman)

We sent our friend Patrick Bateman to review new 80s sensation Nocturnal Animals from The Wilderness’ Alex Claridge and James Bowker. I take off my Walkman at the front door of new bar and restaurant Nocturnal Animals in the pinkish … Continue reading

Posted in Area: Central Shopping, Area: City Centre, Area: Colmore Business District, Cuisine: Fine Dining, Cuisine: Modern Mixed, Price: Get your dad to pay - above average, restaurant review, Venue type: Bar, Venue type: Cocktail Bar, Venue type: Restaurant, Venue type: Wine Bar | Tagged , , , , , , , | 1 Comment

The Wilderness

Moving from the rough and ready location on Dudley Street opposite a rather seedy sex shop, to a hideaway in the Jewellery Quarter, has had a refining effect not only on The Wilderness’s interior but also on the menu. Chef … Continue reading

Posted in Area: Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham Restaurant, birmingham restaurant review, birmingham review, Cuisine: Fine Dining, Cuisine: Modern Mixed, Price: Get your dad to pay - above average, Venue type: Restaurant | Tagged , , , , , | Leave a comment