So in this week’s round-up I’ve got news of an American diner in Coventry, award-winning street food in Birmingham, a new menu for a Warwickshire pub and a new opening in Atherstone to kickstart your weekend.
Spangles diner in Coventry is getting ready to leave Fargo Village. Their home for the past two years is now too small for them so they will be opening a new 160-seater venue for sweet treats and afternoon teas. Spangles owner Kelly Isles said: “It’s all really exciting the new diner is going to be so fun and very different style and will bring something really exciting that’s never been in Coventry before.”
Congratulations to Baked in Brick who won Euro Street Food Award for Best of the Best Street Food. Chef Lee’s winning dish was beef shin ragu and mushroom calzone, 24 hour beef chilli cheese wrap, wood fired mackerel fillet spiced with Egyptian dukkah and roasted butternut squash calzone. Catch him at Digbeth Dining Club.
The Duck on the Pond in Long Itchington (near Southam) is celebrating a year since its reopening with a brand new menu. All will be revealed at an exclusive seven-course tasting experience on 10th October with tickets for the dinner at £25.
Leicestershire-based Steamin’ Billy Brewing is to re-open The White Horse in Atherstone at the end of October, following a refurbishment. When open, the pub will offer stone-baked pizzas, steak and burgers alongside craft beer, cocktails and wine.