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Gas Street Social
Dubbing itself as an 'urban neighbourhood kitchen', Gas Street Social offers itself to Birmingham as an informal dining experience that truly belongs to the city. Referencing Birmingham's cultural and industrial history, and re-contextualising it into a spacious, friendly and adaptable cocktail bar and restaurant - this joint is set to be both consummately cool and convenient.
Fantastic Bar Consultancy group Shaker are behind the venture, and as such the design is top notch. Spacious and airy rather than intimate, the 250 cover space buzzes with a friendly and communal ambience.
Most famous for one of Birminghams first bottomless Brunch & Bellini venues, food is kept simple, seasonal and of the highest quality - no messin' here! Emphasis is placed on the drinks side of things, with craft beers, a great wine selection and artisanal cocktails proving a major pull to the space.
- Restaurant Bar , Cocktail Bar , Lounge Bar
- Chatting and Drinking , Chilling with mates , Eating and Drinking
- The Mailbox and Brindleyplace, Birmingham City Centre
- Happily Affordable ££
- Taking Bookings
- Wheelchair Access, Disabled Toilets
- Background Music
- No queues normally
Gas Street Social, The Mailbox, 166-168 Wharfside Street, B1 1RL
The Mailbox and Brindleyplace