Food & Drink
Up to 60% of the human body is made up of water. If you're anything like us the remaining 40% is pretty much entirely coffee. This weekend our caffeinated excitement is boiling over because 40 independent coffee shops, vendors and makers are coming to Birmingham Coffee Festival, on Saturday and Sunday from 10am. Here's the hap-haps.
Is it legal to marry a cocktail yet? We only ask because Tapas Revolution has collaborated with the award-laden Cocktail Trading Co to create a new cocktail menu of classics with a Spanish twist, and we'd probably spend the rest of our lives with the Sparkling Rose Margarita
An understated clutch of cooks have changed the world. From uni kitchens, to right fancy dinner parties, the seminal works of these six wonder women probably had something to do with it.
Oh, so you’re the kind of person that takes brunch seriously? Let us re-acquaint you with Tom’s Kitchen.
We welcome with two perfectly placed air kisses the update given to the British institution that is afternoon tea, by Indian restaurant Praza.
If Craig David's Seven Days was about National Vegetarian Week (we're on day two by the way), it would have been a triple platinum selling journey through our city's seven best veggie dishes.
Steak aces Gaucho have launched on Church Street and we talked our way into their first not-breakast-not-lunch: The Electro Brunch.
Desk-side lunching has upped its game, allowing you to do the same. Our top six, day-enhancing, lighter lunches can be delivered anywhere in the city centre, by that clever Deliveroo lot.
Clearly this isn't an inaugural itinerary but, having checked in with our first foreign love a fortnight ago, this is where you want to go on your next trip. Because with Barca, there's always a next trip.