Expectant drinks and diners certainly weren't disappointed when Mr Carl Finn opened the doors to his latest venture, The Church Inn, on Saturday.
A grand and unique bar in Jewellery Quarter, people knew they had high hopes for this venue but boy oh boy were they overcome with treats. From a classic photobooth churning out black and white styled delights to the decadent yet vintage bulbed lights, The Church Inn is a happy medium between cool and class. One of the venue's biggest drives this sunny Bank Holiday weekend was the charming roof terrace. Overlooking the Jewellery Quarter's time held traditional buildings and bustling scene, Mr Finn has certainly caught a dapper little sun trap on the roof of this rich and welcoming venue.
One day in and The Church Inn is already popular with Birmingham's young and fun.
Boasting urban tricks and warm vintage traps, it was no wonder that Birmingham's Jewellery Quarter saw visitors come in their droves to visit Brum's first venue from the Soul Food Project curator. Get set for plenty of unique tasters and classic events at a venue that could soon be setting the standard on Birmingham's bar scene.