The fourth annual CBD Food Festival is back in July and will showcase the superb food and drink offering in Birmingham’s business quarter, Colmore Business District (CBD).

24 venues, many of whom are independent businesses, will be serving taster options priced from as little as £3 to £5 in Birmingham’s Victoria Square.

Visitors can sample an array of mouth-watering internationally inspired cuisines as well as traditional British options. Alongside the varied food offering will be artisan coffees, real ales, fine wines, champagne and delicious cocktails.

There will be a programme of live cookery demonstrations from top chefs in the District, including a culinary collaboration between Michelin-starred chef Glynn Purnell and Opus at Cornwall Street’s chef director, David Colcombe.

The festival will also feature live music, outdoor theatre and other entertainment during its two-day run.

Confirmed participants:
All Bar One
Asha's Restaurant
The Bureau
The Centenary Lounge
Chi Bar
Chung Ying Central
Costa Coffee
Edmund's Lounge, Bar & Eatery
Ginger’s Bar
Hindleys Bakery
Hotel du Vin & Bistro
Isaacs Contemporary Indian Dining
The Jekyll & Hyde
JoJolapa Bar & Restaurant
Metro Bar & Grill
The Old Contemptibles
The Old Joint Stock Pub & Theatre
Opus at Cornwall Street
Pure Bar & Kitchen
Purnell's/ Purnell’s Bistro
The Square Peg
Urban Coffee Company
Yorks Bakery Café

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