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REVIEW: Groupon lunch at Henry's Cantonese 

Having lived on St Paul’s Square for about a year and a half, Henry’s Cantonese is one of those places the other half & I walk past, say “we still need to try there” and promptly forget about. 454 more words


Out and About in Brum: November 2016

November was all about murder mysteries, a new contender for my favourite Sunday Roast, and a quick jaunt to Portugal.  And now its December we can finally mention the “C” word….. 796 more words


REVIEW: Jazz/Roast at 1000 Trades

I know EVERYONE thinks this, but my mum really does make the best roast dinners. Bar the time the oven broke & she served up half raw roasties to my new boyfriend, she has truly mastered Sunday lunch. 476 more words


Ghosts, ghouls and spooks

I didn’t realise there were so many undead haunting the centre of Birmingham:  Poltergeists on Church Street,  ghosts in the Hotel du Vin, the spirit of the last man to be publicly hanged in Birmingham walking through cars on Queensway; and that’s before reaching the Jewellery Quarter where a long dead policeman patrols his beat and a grey lady causes cars to come to an emergency stop. 103 more words

New photo gallery opens in Birmingham.

The Argentea Gallery opened for business in St Pauls Square in the heart of Birmingham’s Jewellery Quarter. Not, as you might think to sell jewellery but to exhibit contemporary photography. 406 more words

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"Tweet to Eat" - Brum Bloggers Event at Ana Rocha Bar and Gallery

Last week I went to my second Brum Bloggers event at the sparkly and pink Ana Rocha Bar in the Jewellery Quarter.  How did I get on this time around? 900 more words


REVIEW: Cheese & Charcuterie Boards at 1000 Trades

Call me crackers (wahey) but I really, really love cheese. It’s one of my favourite foods and I can’t help but regard anyone who doesn’t like it with slight suspicion (see my recent text below). 556 more words