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

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.




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UPCOMING// February

UPCOMING // FEBRUARY SHOWING MOST SIX NATIONS GAMES ON OUR 100” SCREEN UPSTAIRS THROUGHOUT THE TOURNAMANT   SATURDAY 1 FEBRUARY 1000 Trades Presents: Down Tempo Disco 8pm–12am Monthly music jamboree bringing you the sweetest disco edits and soul cut-ups, delivered...
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UPCOMING // January

FRIDAY 3 JANUARY 1000 Trades Presents: Pigeonhole with Jon Harris 8pm–12am Another edition of the Birmingham night revival featuring a whole range of music from different genres – some you will know and love, some you won’t know yet but will definitely love! It...
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Trader Kitchen: Island Tours

Our new menu is a chance for our Barbadan chef Andrew to let his roots come to the surface and imagination run free with an all-inclusive package tour of the Carribean and South America, minus the cheap tourist knock offs and tat. We’re talking authentic dishes like...
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No flats and more live music are coming to our bit of Frederick Street

1000 Trades welcomes the decision of the Planning Inspectorate to support Birmingham City Council in not allowing flats to be built next door to us. In its Appeal Decision, the Planning Inspectorate noted: The mitigation proposed is compromised by its reliance on the...
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