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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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Albion Court – Latest Update

Many will be aware of the ongoing planning application for a development of flats next to 1000 Trades, which has the potential to affect the bar as well as neighbouring businesses and has been consistently opposed by many in the Jewellery Quarter. With the...
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旅行 Ryokō Pan-Asian cuisine

It’s a new month and with it May brings a new menu. It’s time to take a trip to East Asia. No plane ticket required. Deep flavours and delicious combinations. Inspired by the bustling food halls of East Asia, Ryokō is the latest menu creation of resident...
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UPCOMING // May

EXTENDED TO SATURDAY 11 MAY T.A.P @ 1000 Trades Another fortnight for Andrew Gabler’s creation inspired by his love of the American diner, Twisted American Pancakes – T.A.P –  features savoury specials served up with BBQ rib, vegan curried cauliflower,...
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Cellar Notes… Part 3

Drink. It’s kind of what we do here at 1000 Trades. Our pumps are a paradisian anthology of the best stouts, bitters and IPAs you can find in the JQ, and we’re damn proud of it. But glance beyond the pint pourers and you’ll find another string to our beverage bow:...
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