The official second city of England, yet just an hour from London, Birmingham is a vibrant hub for the west Midlands and has enjoyed a significant regeneration of late. With a population of around 1 million, a staggering 6 million people live within commuting distance, so it’s not surprising it’s now such a buzzing place.
Historically best known for being the home of Spaghetti Junction, Cadburys and the Balti, its recent evolution sees it now offering a striking network of canals from Sherborne Wharf, trendy bars and cafes as well as the fascinating Birmingham Museum, no less than three universities, more parks than any other European city, the largest library in Europe and the stunning Centenary Square. It’s also home to some of the region’s most famous attractions, including Sea Life, Legoland, Warwick Castle and Alton Towers and offers a range of conference centres like the ICC and the BCEC that regularly host international destination events.
The private dining room at Marco Pierre White Steakhouse, Bar and Grill, Birmingham seats up to 22 guests. The Champagne Bar is available for receptions of up to 120 guests.»
Tom’s Kitchen in Birmingham has two private dining rooms; The Pastry Room can accommodate up to 12 seated (12 standing) guests and The Wine Cellar can accommodate up to 16 seated (25 standing) guests. Other private spaces can accommodate 36 – 80 seated (50 – 200 standing) guests.»