Birmingham’s latest bar and restaurant Revolución de Cuba is on the brink of opening.
The Latin American-styled venue will open its doors this Easter weekend bringing premium Cuban rums, exotic cocktails and tasty, traditional recipes from across South America to Temple Street.
Finishing touches will take place over the next few weeks.
The team is already in place ready.
The bar and cantina will celebrate with a weekend packed full of celebrations, kicking off with a launch party on Thursday March 29.
The menu features over 20 traditional tapas dishes – including chorizo croquettes, pork belly skewers, halloumi tacos and mojito prawns.
There’s a selection of burritos, burgers and sandwiches, as well as main plates that include Cuban paella.
Revolución de Cuba’s extensive drinks menu will feature rum punches like Club Tropicana alongside beach-inspired beverages like Miami Vice and the Brazilian Bramble.
This is the 15th Revolucion de Cuba to be launched in the UK, joining cities like Liverpool, Manchester, Leeds and Cardiff.
Visitors can expect a 1940s Cuban style interior, with dark woods, traditional bar counters, vintage furniture, and original Cuban artwork, teamed with a few Brummie twists along the way.
Jon Hughes, Revolución de Cuba Birmingham’s general manager, said: “Not only are we bringing the best of Latin American food and drink to Brum, but we will also have live music and entertainment – not for one day, but every day of the week.
“Revolución de Cuba is all about serving up a slice of Havana in the heart of the city, and we’ve got a brilliant team ready to do this every day.”
What you need to know about the Revolución
The bar and cantina open daily from Sunday to Wednesday from 10:30am-12am, and Thursday-Saturday 10:30am-1am. There’s also Happy Hour every Monday to Friday from 3pm to 7pm, and every Saturday from 5pm to 7pm. ‘Havana Good Time’ will take place every Sunday and will offer 2-4-1 tapas, cocktails and coffee all day.
To find out more, visit www.revoluciondecuba.com