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1000 Trades is an independent neighbourhood bar and kitchen
in the Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham.

We are bringing new life to a listed building, celebrating
and championing all forms of craft.

That starts with craft beer and natural wine,
runs through kitchen residencies by food entrepreneurs,
all to a soundtrack prepared in partnership with
Birmingham’s music community.  With the artwork of
local artists showcased throughout the building.
1000 Trades has space available for community and private
events.  We are particularly keen to support activities consistent
with our craft philosophy.

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GBG Rosettenp 2018

Salt & Earth… where Latin America meets East Asia

February sees a new culinary coupling in our kitchen residency spot: Niki Astley and Georgiana Radenschi, formerly of the much lauded Two Cats Kitchen. Heading up foodie experience Salt & Earth, they both dropped in to give us a preview of the month ahead. Q: Hi...
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A schooner with… John Mostyn

The second in our series of chats with the great and the good that make 1000 Trades, well… 1000 Trades. This month we sat down for a schooner with music supremo John Mostyn in advance of his Music Publishing Workshop in our upstairs space on January 30th. Q: John...
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Sacrebleu! Chien Lunatique’s heavenly hotdogs at 1000 Trades

Sacrebleu! It’s a new month and a new year, and with it comes a new kitchen residency to banish those January blues. We’re talking the finest Lashford sausage creations turned into exquisite crowd-pleasers via the creative hand of Simon Masding. Bienvenue,...
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UPCOMING / January

NOW OPEN ALL DAY MONDAY-WEDNESDAY 11am-11pm; THURSDAY-FRIDAY 11am-12am; SATURDAY midday-12am; SUNDAY midday-11pm  THURSDAY 4 JANUARY – SATURDAY 3 FEBRUARY Chien Lunatique @1000 Trades Sacrebleu! January is all about hearty sausages at 1000 Trades, with some...
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