Best Supper Clubs in Birmingham
Food and Birmingham, they're two words that blend seamlessly. Known for some of the best chow this side of the equator, it's no surprise that so many top notch food events come up trumps, with supper clubs and sizzling dinner parties just the tip of the iceberg. From South American swooning to plush independent grub, supper clubs are a must in the city. Check out our recommendations for some of the best supper clubs in the city, weaving and scoffing your way through some of the best foodie events in Birmingham.
Last updated on 15th May 2016
A dapper little Victorian joint just shy of Colmore Row, if anyone know's anything about plush pop-up food parties, it's The Jekyll and Hyde. Host to a hearty and regular turn-over of supper clubs where local traders, chefs and big names come to spread their foodie wealth alongside quirky cocktail concoctions and vintage entertainment, The Jekyll and Hyde boast some of the most unique supper clubs in Birmingham.
One of the newest residents in the Jewellery Quarter, but already one of its most sought after destinations, The Church Inn host supper clubs and foodie events like you've never seen 'em. From Bastille Day foodie bashes and Rib Nights where BBQ chow reigns supreme, to their Soul Food Project menu doing the rounds at their finest of shindigs, The Church Inn are coming up trumps when it comes to delicious dishes and Deep South dabbles in Birmingham.
Whilst tucked away in the city and somewhat shy of the hearty Birmingham bustle, Annexe is just the ticket for some of the most plush supper clubs in the city. A bespoke French restaurant and bar known for their deluxe fare and glistening interiors, a venue that wouldn't look out of place on the streets of Paris, Annexe host regular supper clubs and foodie events the likes of 1920s themed parties and heralded James Bond endeavours.