What they say:
The team behind Butchers Social decided to call time on their pop-up restaurant with a heavy heart. Initially meant to be a one-off supperclub, it stayed in residency for nine glorious months before signing off with one final New Year’s Eve feast. The site has now undergone a full refurb and opened in the autumn as the Harborne Kitchen, where innovative British cooking that focuses on rarely used ingredients flourish.
What we say:
The Butchers Social was one of Birmingham’s biggest success stories of 2015, so it’s only right that we keep close tabs on developments on Harborne High Street. The guys behind this popular supperclub will again treat the senses by placing overlooked ingredients at the centre of the Harborne Kitchen menus, and fans of the original pop-up will be pleased to hear that the team are looking for another site to open Butchers Social 2.0 as soon as possible.