1000 Trades is an independent neighbourhood bar and kitchen in the Jewellery Quarter, Birmingham
We understand that some may be reluctant to visit bars and restaurants at the moment, so are doing everything possible to ensure that 1000 Trades is a safe and welcoming environment for people to enjoy.
Measures we have taken include:
- More ventilation
- Full table service at all times with ordering through an app to minimise contact time
- Tables spaced in accordance with guidance and screens placed at potential ‘pinch points’
- Enhanced cleaning regime, plus hand sanitiser available throughout including on tables
You can see our risk assessment here.
We will be operating reduced opening hours for the time being (Weds-Fri evenings, all day Saturday and Sunday day) but our range will be as good as ever, with an evolving ‘Trader Kitchen’ menu available every day we are. We hope to resume Sunday roasts later in the year.
We will be taking walk ins but would encourage guests to book in advance where possible in order to avoid disappointment and help with the smooth running of the bar. Initially we will be open just on the ground floor but hope to be adding additional capacity upstairs in the coming weeks if the demand is there.
As with everyone else we are trying to find our feet and easing back into things gently, so we ask that you bear with us as we get back into the swing of things day by day.
Thanks – 1000 Trades
We champion all forms of craft over three floors of our nineteenth century building – built as a jewellery workshop and latterly playing host to a badge factory.
That starts with craft beer and natural wine, runs through a rotating kitchen with our resident chef, 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.