Birmingham’s Digbeth Dining Club has relaunched, after a new makeover.
Based at the stylish and unique Mama Roux’s, the world food wonderland welcomes award-winning local traders and stands with a variety of flavours and street food, as well as traders from further afield.
As well as excellent food, Digbeth Dining Club also welcome weekly performers, DJ’s and live entertainment onto their stage. They also host a variety of events such as retro gaming night and live graffiti demonstrations to keep people coming back.
The club has revealed a new look since its last event on December 31. Changes include a new bar and spacious garden complex, a games room, and added seating to fit the crowds of people that return every week.
Digbeth Dining Club is definitely worth the visit as they have an array of sweet and savoury eats to tantalise the taste buds. Traders such as Low ‘N’ Slow, Wallace and Sons and Baked in Brick are regularly preparing food for customers.
Low ‘N’ slow were the winners of ‘Best street food’ at the Birmingham Food and Drink Awards 2016.
As part of the relaunch weekend, Digbeth Dining Club hosted a giveaway competition on Facebook where they asked diners to post a picture of their favourite dish bought there, the best photo winning free food vouchers.
Competition winner, Christopher Bentley, 23 from Burntwood posted a picture of the charred cauliflower tacos he bought from ‘Smoqued’ food stand in May and spent the vouchers at the relaunch weekend.
“I posted a picture I took of the Cauliflower tacos from ‘Smoqued’ to enter the Facebook competition,” he said. “It was great to win the vouchers as I got to eat for free tonight. My banoffee waffle from The Bourneville Waffle company went down a treat.”
Local artists are welcomed onto the Mama Roux’s stage for diners to listen to as they tuck into their award-winning eats. Music from the likes of Adam Shelton, For the Love, and Shanty Town played at the relaunch and these performers will likely return.
The next Digbeth Dining Club is Thursday 1 February so there’s no better place to celebrate the end of Dry January, and the end of that New Year’s diet.