The first city centre-wide celebration of Birmingham’s booming dining scene will take place next month.
Flavour Fortnight recognises the city centre’s fantastic and diverse food and drink – home to Michelin-starred chefs, great pubs and award-winning independents.
From September 1-17, diners can take advantage of Flavour Fortnight special menus, exclusive discounts and value-added extras in dozens of great venues.
The promotion has been arranged by Retail BID, Colmore BID and Westside BID, the three Business Improvement Districts for the city centre.
More than 30 restaurants have signed up to take part in Flavour Fortnight, with more venues to be announced.
Among those is Michelin-starred Purnell’s on Cornwall Street, which is offering four courses for £40 per person during Flavour Fortnight.
Business District newcomer Gusto at the Grand Hotel is offering two courses from the restaurant’s lunch menu with either a bottle of Peroni Red, 175ml Garganega Pinot Grigio or 175ml Montepulciano for £15 per person.
The Old Joint Stock, opposite Birmingham Cathedral, voted one of the UK’s top 25 pubs by the Observer newspaper, is offering any speciality pie for £10 during Flavour Fortnight.
Chung Ying Central in Colmore Row is also offering a special price set menu during the fortnight.
Meanwhile, Bennetts Hill’s Buffalo and Rye is offering a free cocktail when you spend £10 on food.
And Tom’s Kitchen at the Mailbox is offering 20% off the food bill for the duration of Flavour Fortnight (excluding Saturday nights).
Find out how to book by visiting http://www.birminghamflavourfortnight.com/