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posted on 14 Jul 2016 by Kirsty Organ

Where to eat, drink and have fun in the Jewellery Quarter

Blog | Birmingham | Where to eat, drink and have fun in the Jewellery Quarter

If you love dining out, there are more than 30 restaurants in the JQ, including Anderson’s Bar & Grill, Pasta Di Piazza, Lasan, Fleet Street Kitchen, Two Cats Kitchen and the recently opened St Paul’s House hotel.

You’ll never want for a pint in the JQ. Favourite haunts include The Church, known for its superb food; The Lord Clifden, voted Best Entertainment Pub 2015 and is a venue that is known for its urban art collection; Actress and Bishop, The Shakespeare Inn and Rose Villa Tavern.

If it is coffee you are after, you’re never far away from a caramel macchiato in the Jewellery Quarter.

Independent coffee shops include Urban Coffee, Pomegranate, Saint Kitchen, and Eight Foot Grocer – a little independent store that serves food, coffee as well as deli items. There is also the delicious looking chocolate shop The Chocolate Quarter, which is worth a look if you have a sweet tooth.

If cocktails are your thing, tantalise your tastebuds at the JQ’s many bars, including Vertu, The Vaults, and the newly opened gin joint 40 St Paul’s.

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