The eatery, located inside Symphony Hall, will run the promotion from 29th May – 3rd June
B:Eats will be celebrating National Biscuit Day with a complimentary limited-edition biscuit, served alongside every hot drink purchased between 29th May – 3rd June.
The eatery will run the week-long promotion from 29th May – 3rd June. (from 5pm on Mon, 11am – 4pm Tues-Sat ), where each guest can receive a free custom made biscuit when purchasing any hot drink.
The limited-edition biscuit, created by head chef Lee Hollington, is a nod to the Midlands classic Shrewsbury biscuit. A traditional English dessert that dates back to as early as 1602 in Shropshire. Lee’s take on the sweet treat will be a short biscuit dough with raisins, lemon zest and added decoration in white and dark chocolate.
Alongside the week long promotion, the cafe will also play host to free live music lunch time events such as:
Tuesday 30th June: Laura Lenthall
Performance time: 12:00-13:00
Wednesday 31st: Dalbir Singh
Thursday 01st: CBSO Ensemble
B:Eats is a daytime cafe and eatery created by B:Music, the music charity responsible for Symphony Hall and Town Hall. Serving food and drink in the heart of Birmingham from inside the transformed spaces at Symphony Hall, B:Eats offers both a daytime and evening menu.
Lee Hollington, Head Chef said “With National Biscuit Day fast approaching we thought we’d continue to shine a light on some traditional, regional ideas, once again with our own twist – an so the limited-edition biscuit was born! The offer will be available in our cafe from Monday 29th May – Saturday 3rd June, so guests can enjoy a complimentary biscuit with their hot drink, while enjoying our amazing free lunch time performances and once again, kids eat for £1 (when accompanied by an adult purchasing a full priced meal). We hope to welcome guests to enjoy their half term with us.”
For more information, please visit: https://bmusic.co.uk/your-visit/beats