The Village, Moseley has undergone a major refurbishment by independently ran Suburban Inns to bring a new community bar and restaurant to Birmingham.
Since taking over the site in 2013, Suburban Inns have refurbished this old pub for the 2nd time, on this occasion offering a thoughtfully considered contemporary feel to the interior and giving diners and drinkers alike a much more rounded offering within their menus.
The food menu, created by the in-house team is in keeping with the growing trend for vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options such as Halloumi “fish” and Chips, Butternut Squash XimXim and a Superfood Salad. Family favourites such as handmade burgers, Sunday roast dinners and artisan pizzas are featured and are served either in the new beautifully laid out dining room or in the less formal snug style areas.
The Village’s Drinks Menu has also been refreshed offering a range of stunning gin goblets, craft beers and handcrafted cocktails, again with consideration given to vegan friendly and gluten or alcohol-free options.
Weekends will see The Village, be a lively and social hang out with Friday after-work gatherings and Saturday’s hosting Bottomless Brunch, served with the classis fizz or Bloody Mary options alongside handmade gin cocktails.
General Manager Mari-Liis, said
After a couple of weeks of watching the venue turn from a local pub into a beautiful restaurant and bar, I can’t wait to open the doors to the people of Moseley to see our aspirations for a local, social casual place come to life.
The independent scene in Moseley is strong and well-loved and we’re so excited to be an even bigger part of this. We’ve actively sourced more local produce than ever before from our meats, bread and beers. I’m also hoping guests will see this venue as their own, be it grabbing a coffee with friends or enjoying a long lazy brunch. Our team are fully trained and raring to go ready to welcome you!
The Village, part of the independently owned and operated group, Suburban Inns will re-open its doors Thursday, October 24th at 5pm and is dedicated to offering a more sustainable way of operating than previously.
The introduction of non-coated paper menus alongside paper straws make for easier recycling alongside the glass and plastic. The fresh fruits and vegetables, bread, meat, and fish are all supplied by local producers helping to reduce air miles and support smaller businesses.