Digbeth Dining Club returns tonight

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The weekly streetfood event, Digbeth Dining Club

This evening, Digbeth Dining Club is relaunching for the year following their brief hiatus after their New Years Eve party.

The weekly streetfood market that takes place at Spotlight in Digbeth will return for four days a week (as opposed to its previous three), every Thursday to Sunday to host a variety of food stalls and live DJs.

Harry Jenkins, the media and marketing director at DDC said:

“Thursdays proved hugely popular with the after work crowd, especially locally, but we have been running events on Sundays for years know and we know that there is a real hunger for a consistent offering where families can come and relax in a safe environment at an affordable price. So Sunday’s was the natural next step!”

New for 2019, Digbeth Dining Club have announced that ahead of their “busiest and biggest year to date”, they will be making Thursdays their meat-free night where there will be a designated meat-free section that will serve vegetarian and vegan food, alongside the standard DDC setup. This follows their successful ‘NO BONES’ events that they trialed monthly last year.

Harry Jenkins said:

“NO BONES was easily our most popular and best received new concept of 2018. We think that healthy and sustainable eating is really going to be the new trend and focus for 2019, so we are rolling it out every Thursday in our back yard. It’ll be DDC as usual in the front, but we will be focusing on healthy eating out the back and we’ll be collaborating with a few Midlands based brands to try and keep every week interested and different.”

In addition, DDC will also be launching Digbeth Records on Friday (25th January). The weekly pop-up record shop will be the newest addition to Lower Trinity Street, and will sell new and used vinyl. The store will be located above Cafe Colette and will coincide with the DDC events.

“We have been working with Tom Shorterz for a few years now, in fact he DJ’d at the first ever DDC 6 years ago! He, Patrick & Marc have a real love for DDC and for vinyl records, and there isn’t much of an offering in Digbeth so we’ve teamed up to create Digbeth Records.”

Digbeth Dining Club is open:
Thursday 4pm-11pm
Friday 4pm-11pm
Saturday 1pm-11pm
Sunday Midday-8pm

There upcoming events and lineups can be found on their website.

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