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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

Sexy Chicken x Salt & Earth

Napkins at the ready, because in December chef-in-residency Niki Astley is turning the chicken game up to eleven. As part of a refreshed menu, Salt & Earth are delivering a masterclass in fried chicken as an antidote to the torrent of turkey-centric plates that...
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UPCOMING // December

THURSDAY 29 NOVEMBER Launch event Dispace – A New Way to Work 8pm Calling all freelancers and hotdeskers – come along and find out all about the future of work, with our flexible co-working partners Dispace.  Co-founder Ross Cox hosts an informal networking event for...
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Soil, land, sea… Salt & Earth

Salt & Earth is marking its first six months in our Frederick Street Kitchen with a refreshed menu for the winter months. We’re showcasing some of the new dishes that sit comfortably alongside the old favourites. Formerly of legendary JQ culinary spot Two...
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A Schooner with… Georgia Radenschi

Take a cursory glance around the walls of our neighbourhood bar and you’ll see that they’re always alive thanks to a revolving gallery of talented local artists. For this month’s ‘Schooner with…’ we poured a glass with Georgia Radenschi, one of the current crop to...
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