From Thursday 29 June, whisky fans will be able to sip a few drams up on the 25th floor of The Cube, when the Haig Club Bar opens in Birmingham.
In charge of the drinks list is former Bourne & Co head barman Jack Spencer, who has created 22 whisky cocktails including the Twisted Scotsman – Haig Club, chocolate port, chocolate bitters and cinnamon syrup garnished with a cinnamon stick. A menu of small plates including black pudding bon bons will also be on hand.
The Haig Club Bar will be open from Tuesday – Saturday, 6pm until 1am and will seats 36 guests.
Tomorrow I will be sampling ALL the gin at a festival in Leamington and kicking off a month of events in April. Also on:
Weston Park is wishing a fond farewell to their head chef Guy Day with two special demos and tastings.
Whiskey fans will be torn between sinking a few drams at The Plough or The Alchemist who both have tastings on.
You can’t go wrong pairing craft beer with Aubrey Allen steaks, so head over to The Star & Garter in Leamington to meet the brewer too. Still in the spa town, enjoy tapas and raise funds for autism at the Season’s restaurant tapas and quiz night.
At Warwick Kitchen, Price’s Spices are hosting their first restaurant pop-up and in the Custard Factory you’ll find street food fans tucking into everything from German sausages to curries, these are both brand new events.
You’ll have to wait until the end of April to show off your chilli-eating skills at Eastnor Castle’s Chilli Festival.
My top tips for what to do are always popular, so as usual please check with the venues on ticket availability and enjoy filling your bellies!
Discover Polish cuisine, craft beer, whisky and vegan recipes at some tasty events taking place in February.
All the details are on the February events page