Hamburgers by Anderson’s is scouting for a new location in the city centre. The award-winning steak restaurant will be seen in the Jewellery Quarter, St Paul’s Square – but not as we know, Anderson’s Restaurant will be transformed into Hamburgers by Andersons, a pop-up burger stand! It will be running Monday through Friday at lunch…

Living on the edge of the Jewellery Quarter, Connolly’s Wine Merchants is closing shortly for refurbishment. Connolly’s is one of Birmingham’s long-established family-owned wine merchants situated under the historic railway arches on the fringes of the Quarter, Livery Street. It is set to close today with the intention of taking that step into the major refurbishment.…

We’d like to welcome a new addition to Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter: the Eight Foot Grocer! This brand new, quirky food shop has been opened by Chris James, in a former loading bay which was, you guessed it, eight-feet wide! Fresh to the Quarter, Chris has plenty of experience working in the food industry. With nearly…

We’re no stranger to redevelopments in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter, and just when we thought it was going quiet on that scene, plans are being discussed over the conversion of a St Paul’s Square office building! Plans to convert 63 St Paul’s Square into a restaurant and flats will be adding the nightlife of the Quarter.…

The Italian restaurant in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter are said to be deliberating an expansion by converting the upstairs flat into a second dining space. Pasta di Piazza‘s owners are planning to nearly double in size with the suspected expansion, to sustain more capacity as they have been having to turn away customers because they have…

Hard To Find Whisky, an off licence situated in Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter are selling a 50-year-old Macallan, that was distilled in the 1920s and bottled in the late 1970s. The off licence’s owner, Jason Kirby, claims that when the bottle was first released in the early 1980s, it would have cost around £150, but the…

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