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New Edwardian Tearooms at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery

New Edwardian Tearooms at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery

26th June 2014

Beautifully renovated Edwardian Tearooms reopen at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery 12 July 2014. Experience the new mouth-watering menu in sumptuous surroundings. New ranges of speciality loose leaf teas, barista coffee, wines and ales.

Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery is delighted to announce the reopening of their Edwardian Tearooms 12 July 2014. This popular refreshment stop for arts enthusiasts, museum visitors and city centre workers has undergone a sympathetic renovation and now offers visitors a wide range of delicious food and beverages within an exquisitely cool Edwardian setting. 

Locally sourced produce, opulent furniture, period graphics and new selection of wines and beer have transformed this incredible space into one of the most desirable lunch hot-spots in the city.

Robert Hayes, Commercial and Trading Manager at Birmingham Museums comments; “Since first opening over a century ago, the Tearooms at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery have been a fundamental element of our visitor experience. The sumptuous environment and beautiful architecture, give visitors a truly exceptional dining experience. We are sure that our new menu and new surroundings will prove a real hit with museum visitors and others visiting the city”

As well as the wider selection of beverages and snacks, the Tearooms at Birmingham Museum & Art Gallery now offer; speciality cheese and wine platters; afternoon tea which can be booked in advance; boulangerie & patisserie table; and satisfying meals including slow cooked lamb shank and home-made soup. 

The Edwardian Tearooms are available for hire for private functions, including corporate events, celebrations and wedding receptions. 

For further information visit http://www.bmag.org.uk/birmingham-museum/cafe-shop 

 

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