Want to keep up to date with all the exciting new venues opening soon to Birmingham and the surrounding areas? We’ve been keeping our ear to the ground and have done all the work for you… Take a look at the list below for more details.
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Replacing Carluccio’s in Brindley Place, Lulu Wild is set to be a bar and restaurant serving modern Chinese dishes and decadent cocktail bottomless brunches.
The Rainbow pub in Digbeth is set to undergo a £750k makeover to create a new-look, independent live music and entertainment venue.
Söra Cafe is set to open later this summer, bringing an Instagrammable brunch and coffee experience to The Mailbox.
Popular street food traders Habaneros are set to open a permanent restaurant in the Great Western Arcade this summer.
The Vegan Kitchen
A vegan street food restaurant that is set to open in the Great Western Arcade this July.
Otherworld, an immersive virtual reality arcade, has announced plans to open in the unit formerly occupied by Nocturnal Animals on Bennetts Hill.
The Butterfly Room
A new cocktail bar opening in the until formerly occupied by Revolution in Solihull.
Bar chain Manahatta is set to open its seventh venue in Birmingham, serving New York style cocktails in the unit formerly occupied by Maplin on Temple Street.
D & D
D and D London, the restaurant group behind Bluebird, Coq D’Argent and Le Pont de La Tour, have announced plans to open a rooftop bar, cocktail bar and cafe at the top of 103 Colmore Row when it is completed in 2021.
Giggling Squid – Mere Green
Giggling Squid, a chain of Thai restaurants serving simple, rustic, fresh Thai food, has announced plans to open a branch in Sutton Coldfield.
Vinoteca, which combines high quality, characterful wine with a selection of paired dishes created from fresh and seasonal produce, will open in Paradise later this year.
Roxy Ballroom – Corporation St
Popular Bowling and Games venue Roxy Ballroom is planning to open a second venue in the basement of the former Easy Gym on Corporation Street.
Chinese chain Haidilao has announced plans to open its third UK branch in the unit formerly occupied by Jamie’s Italian. The restaurant specialises in traditional hot pots and customers will be able to choose from soups, meats and noodle dishes.
Popular Manchester bar and restaurant Albert’s Schloss is planning to open a second venue in Paradise, serving Bavarian, Czech and Alpine-influenced food alongside an extensive list of European beers.
Vagabond is a relaxed bar with informal wine tasting. Their bespoke self-serve wine dispensers enable customers to trial 100+ wines by the sample or the glass to make it easy and fun to discover new wines.
Fillet of Soul
Fillet of Soul will be a new Fish and Chip shop from the Bitters ‘n Twisted and will replace Buffalo and Rye on Bennetts Hill.