BIRMINGHAM RESTAURANT FESTIVAL
Birmingham Restaurant Festival is possible thanks to the support of our fantastic festival partners and sponsors. These generous businesses have all joined us in a mission to shout loudly and proudly about Birmingham’s restaurant scene.
Too Good To Go is the app that allows you to rescue Magic Bags of surplus, unsold food from your favourite shops and restaurants.
Every day, delicious, fresh food goes to waste at cafes, restaurants, hotels, shops and manufacturers – just because it hasn’t sold in time. The Too Good To Go app lets you buy and collect this food – at a great price – so it gets eaten instead of wasted. You won’t know exactly what’s in your order until you pick it up – it’s all part of the surprise.
Colmore Business District is the commercial heart of Birmingham, with over 500 companies employing around 35,000 people and occupying approximately 5.6 million square feet of office space.
As well as being a hub for business and professional service firms, the District also boasts a thriving leisure and hospitality offering, with a host of award-winning independent and chain bars, restaurants, cafes and more.
Staying Cool at Rotunda is an Aparthotel with some of the best views in the city. Choose from their collection of chic serviced apartments on the upper floors of the Rotunda, an architectural icon.
Staying Cool at Rotunda are the Lead Hotel for Birmingham Restaurant Festival and festival go-ers can take advantage of an exclusive offer:
Use the code BRF2022 at the point of payment and receive 15% off your stay. Valid from 22 August – 4 September.
Laphroaig is the no.1 peated single malt globally & in the UK. It is bursting with complex flavours that pair perfectly alongside food, making it a great partner for Birmingham Restaurant Festival.
Laphroaig was founded in 1815 and has been dividing opinions ever since. Give it a try, what do you think?
Highland Park Single Malt Whisky has been made in the same way for over 200 years. Orkney’s surprisingly mild climate, coupled with a commitment to using only the finest quality sherry seasoned oak casks, means that this much-loved whisky matures slowly and quietly, even while the winds rage outside the distillery walls.
Highland Park is widely known for it’s unique, harmonious balance of flavour and character , a delight for the taste buds – we’re sure you’ll agree.
The Jewellery Quarter Business Improvement District (JQBID) provides a welcoming environment for visitors, keeps the streets clean and safe, and invests in projects to improve the area. Through marketing and delivering events throughout the year, JQBID promotes and showcases the amazing businesses in the district. There are more than 80 bars and restaurants in the Jewellery Quarter, 4 museums, and hundreds of retailers. All set in a historic Quarter with over 200 listed buildings that date back to the 1800s.
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