Digbeth Works

Digbeth Works is a fusion of a coffee shop, bar, restaurant and pub; with a comfy, cosy and quirky philosophy.

Situated on Digbeth High Street next to o2 Institute, this bespoke Bar Lounge serves freshly ground coffee, cakes, draught beers, a fantastic range of spirits and cocktails and kraft cans not to mention bar snacks, paninis, pan Asian street food and cakes.

Décor is a mixture of comfy ‘soft’ furnishing, benches, poser tables and sofas, the walls have exposed brick, and the ceiling has an eclectic mixture of industrial and chintz style lighting – ideal for both customers who would like chilled alcoholic drinks with friends after work or at lunch, or for business people or student folk in a rush grabbing a coffee or take out sandwich.

Digbeth Works serve a lunch menu, to go or eat in, this is served on a grab and go style bar and display rather than a table service venue.

Customers can choose homemade cake slices, pastries all prepared prior to opening on the morning, moving to lunch and the afternoon with freshly made sandwiches, baguettes, pasta salads and paninis,with the usual sweet tooth element for treats. There’s an extensive Pan Asian menu too!

The downstairs has had a huge overhaul, including work stations, providing students or business people somewhere quiet and practical to work from, and a meeting/function/conference style private room.

Look out for various tasting events and themed parties from 90s indie nights, to DJ parties – the music policy is perfect to watch the world go by outside and plays a large part in the bars ambiance.

Click to download: Pan Asian Menu
Served 12pm – 8pm Tuesday – Saturday.

Click to download: Drinks Menu

A selection of coffees, cakes, muffins, sausage rolls and paninis are available all week.

*Digbeth Works have partnered with 200 Degrees coffee.

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