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Other highlights include the best hotdogs in the Midlands from Big Daddy's Diner; the fresh Asian flavours of Canoodle; homemade dumplings and Caribbean meat and fish dishes from Esmes Seafood Kitchen and Bournville Waffle Company, sweet treats served up from a beautiful vintage caravan.
Entering Le Keux Vintage Salon in the Custard Factory is like stepping into a 50s film set full of golden age glamour. It offers a range of vintage beauty treatments and experiences for women and has recently also branched out into the ever growing male grooming market.
the downstairs bar leads to the Ooblek, a 400 capacity live music venue, which holds live touring bands in the week and Saturday club nights.
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Get there early if the Meatshack is on the menu because its juicy burgers packed with 'dripping filthy goodness' are so popular that they tend to sell out.
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At the heart of all this activity is the celebrated Custard Factory cluster of small businesses, retailers and restaurants.
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4. A PINT AT BIRMINGHAM'S OLDEST PUB
Digbeth Dining Club is a foodie's fantasy. Every Friday it fills the streets with the delicious smells of sizzling street food from the finest locally sourced traders, with a rotating rota of stalls serving up different flavours and cuisines each week. Winner of 'The Best Street Food Event in the UK' at The British Street Food Awards 2013, it is truly putting Birmingham on the map.
and international talent, such as Dan Graham, Mike Nelson, and Liam Gillicks, and currently the artist and musician Bill Drummond. The space always has a packed programme of exhibitions, installations and talks. It will never look the same twice as there is constantly a new work bold, visual work in progress.
shop is Urban Village, a true institution among Birmingham's independents that has been going since the 90s. It features vintage clothing and accessories, from all decades with a focus on the 1960s 1970s. For modern urban trends head to Provide, a lifestyle and clothing shop selling a graphic led line of clothing and accessories as well as books, magazines and also holding regular exhibitions.
An area of the city with a vibe like no other, Digbeth is a real hotbed of creativity and energy and nestled among the traditional manufacturing companies are some of the best bars, stores and clubs you'll find for miles around.
The Rockabilly Barbershop includes a games room with full sized pool table, quiz/arcade games, poker and Chicago White Sox Hat roulette tables and chill out spaces. For stag dos and celebrations with a twist, book activities such as poker lessons and DJ Vinyl Masterclasses.
A great time to catch the gallery is on the first Friday of every month, when it teams up with other venues around Digbeth for late night openings and special events. On June 6, Eastside Project's 'First Friday' special will be an epic exhibition 25 paintings by Bill Drummond. Other great arts spaces to check out include VIVID and Grand Union.
We often hear headlines lamenting the death of the high street, but Birmingham is bursting with great independents. The Custard Factory has more than 30 unique, fun shops to suit all ages and budgets. It includes everything from vintage clothing to modern jewellery and urban indie labels, bikes, art, skateboards, cosmetics, teddy bears and furniture and interiors.
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The internationally renowned Sara Preisler gallery showcases beautiful, contemporary jewellery, along with ceramics, silverware, textiles, wire sculpture, glass and photography, both from Sara's own collection and over seventy of the UK's leading designer makers. Between the Custard Factory's two fantastic independent record shops Milque and Muhle and Left for Dead your will almost all genres of music in vinyl, CD or cassette, along with music fanzines, comics and prints.
Downstairs it's gourmet stonebaked pizzas, burgers, pretzels and bagels, washed down with craft/world beers, ciders, wines and fine spirits. Upstairs, Libby's cocktail lounge features cocktail classics with a twist plus special bespoke recipes dreamed up by expert mixologists (try the Tequila Colada, Earl Grey White Lady or Rude Cosmopolitan in a tea cup).
Widely thought to be the 'birthplace of Birmingham' it is not surprising that Digbeth is home to the city's oldest pub, The Old Crown, which dates back to approximately 1368. The timber clad, Grade II listed building holds a charming pub that is a firmly established favourite of Digbeth's creative and Irish communities.
The building mainly functions as creative and digital offices, wedding and event space but right beside the landscaped courtyard is Fazeley Social, a cafe/bar that serves as the meeting place for the city's creatives and all who visit Digbeth.
Set in a poolside location at the heart of the Custard Factory, Alfie Bird's is Birmingham's newest food and music venue. Expect a laid back atmosphere, funky decor, unique experiences and a lot of great live acts.
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2. SOAK UP THE CAFE CULTURE
Fazeley Studios is a place like no other, which will completely transform your ideas on Digbeth. The grand gallery reception is set in a restored 1890s chapel and decked out with sumptuous sofas and pre Raphaelite art in the archways.
3. HIT THE INDEPENDENT SHOPS AT THE CUSTARD FACTORY
The beautiful 50s diner style salon offers vintage hair and makeovers, facials, waxing, manicures, pin up photo shoots and the chance to buy vintage clothing and homeware. It also does private party packages for birthdays and hen dos such as burlesque classes, afternoon tea, fascinator workshops and cocktail making.
The setting is Spotlight, an intimate, shabby chic urban warehouse nestled under the Victorian railway arches, with both indoor and outdoor seating.
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