Digbeth Dining Club is pretty much the biggest food event in Birmingham, bringing together loads of different food traders with dishes starting from as little as £5. Wash it all down with some cocktails, enjoy the live music and cocktails, and you've got yourself a perfect little bank holiday event.
August Bank Holiday 2020 in Birmingham
An extra day off only means one thing: more time to party! We've cultivated a list of all the great events taking place this bank holiday so you don't have to. From BBQs and live music to DJ antics all night long, Birmingham is set to be abuzz over the last weekend of the month. Check out our recommendations for things to do this August bank holiday in Birmingham and make first-rate use of that extra lie-in.
Dirty Martini just gave a whole new meaning to brunch and you can tuck into bottomless prosecco, martinis and a birdcage filled with unique dishes for just £25 per person in this stunning bar.
If you don't have to worry about a hangover on Monday morning, it's the perfect time to indulge at Harvey Nichols. Their bottomless brunch not only treats you to three mouth-watering dishes, but you can have unlimited Champagne with it as well.