Following a hugely popular first visit, Digbeth Dining Club is set to return to Longbridge this Saturday (2nd September).
Pop down to the town centre between 11am-6pm for award winning street food, craft beers and even some bubbles served up by some amazing traders: Yümlaut, Street Kitchen Brothers, Firkin Bar.Becue, Flying Cows, Gresko Bodhi, Shake That Ting, Kebabylon, Cornography and Fizzmobile.
What to expect at this weekend’s event (click to enlarge)
The inaugural Digbeth Dining Club in Longbridge earlier this month saw traders overwhelmed by the huge attendance and positive response.
Jack Brabant, Digbeth Dining Club Founder, said: “We were so overwhelmed at the massive
response to our first visit to Longbridge that we couldn’t wait to come back. We are looking to the future to make this a regular destination on our calendar.”
Andrea Clarke, Property Manager for St. Modwen, said: “We’re so pleased the local
community turned out to welcome Digbeth Dining Club to Longbridge for the first time and
enjoy the variety of delicious food the traders had to offer.
“To have them return so soon is testament to the success of the first event. We believe
Longbridge will soon become a go-to foodie destination for the people of Birmingham, and
DDC is the perfect event to help showcase what the growing town centre has to offer.”
Jack added: “With one last chance before summer ends, this is an opportunity to taste some of the best street food the Midlands has to offer!”
Digbeth Dining Club plans to return to Longbridge for a Christmas special later in the year.
Events in Longbridge
With support from town centre developers St. Modwen, the community group Friends of Longbridge Open Spaces (FLOS) has organised a series of events in 2017. Longbridge harvest festival, a musical showcase by Bournville College students and 5-aside football tournament are among other events planned this year.