This July, Reggae Brunch are touching down with a menu of mouthwatering Caribbean eats alongside a soundtrack of massive hits across reggae, soca, calypso and more. Not enough for you? Throw in one hour of unlimited cocktails and you've got a party.
Best Events in July
It's not the summer that anyone expected, but there's no time like the present to make the most of what we've got left of it. While the clubs may not be pumping yet, there's plenty of bars and restaurants looking to bring a little extra party to your plans with socially distant immersive brunch bangers, live-streamed soul nights and re-opening extravaganzas a-plenty. Get ready to do things a little differently this year as we've rounded up the best July events in Birmingham.
Sorting you for socially distant soirees this summer, the MPW Steakhouse is letting you book three-hour slots at their gorgeous rooftop venue. Tickets are £15 to reserve a table, which will then go towards your spend, so you can consider your first glasses of fine fizz pre-booked as well.
From an epic 90's-inspired offering, to a very Spice Girls-specific soiree, Impossible Things are back in town to bring you some of the best brunches in Birmingham this July. Taking over the garden of The Lord Clifden they'll be keeping things in line with social distancing without skimping on the food, drinks and excellent entertainment.
One of the best things you can do on the Birmingham canal, this amazing boat cruise brings together city exploration and good old-fashioned boozing. Taking you on a gorgeous tour of the local waterways, The Gintleman will also school you in the delights of your favourite spirit over a relaxing 2-hour jaunt.
Back to bring a little extra heat to the kitchen, The Big Birmingham Bake is the only local cooking competition you'll want to get involved with this summer. Putting your cake-making skills to the test, each session will pit you against other sugar-loving amateurs to see who can really master the mixing bowl.
Celebrating five years as the best soul club in Birmingham, The Night Owl are doing things a little differently this year, with a streamed event from their Digbeth venue. Showing live bands and DJ sets from past and present, they'll be donating any money made to the University Hospitals' Trust.