DIGBETH DINING CLUB & BEARWOOD PANTRY JOIN BEARWOOD STREET FESTIVAL
Here at We Are Bearwood HQ we are VERY EXCITED to have confirmed some really amazing food options for you at the Bearwood Street Festival. Digbeth Dining Club, Bearwood Pantry and of course our fabulous local cafes… need we say more? Ok, yes, we might as well! Here are the details:
You will be able to feast at an extensive food parade provided by some of the region’s most renowned street food sellers, brought to Bearwood by award winning Digbeth Dining Club. Wood-fired pizzas from Baked In Brick, home-cooked Indian street food from The Indian Rasoi and traditional Greek BBQ from Street Souvlaki will form the sizzling street food parade, alongside fellow Digbeth Dining Club regulars Platinum Pancakes, The Middle Feast, Esmie’s Caribbean Cuisine and Holy Holy Macaroni.
Bearwood’s very own Bearwood Pantry food co-op have also partnered We Are Bearwood, to bring you scrumptious sweet delights: homemade Caribbean rum cake from The Baking Housewife, Juices and more from De Fruit Bar and the most perfect macarons from Have Some Cake.
Come and share your picnics or their food parade purchases at the cafe tables dotted all down the main road. That’s going to be better than the usual traffic queues down there, isn’t it?! And there’ll be plenty on offer at Bearwood Road’s established cafes and eateries too – including the Desi Sweet Centre, Cafe Craft, Coffee Crewe, Anatolia Restaurant and Serenity Cafe, all of which are located within the festival area.
When visitors have played in the kids area, heard Bearwood’s finest on the Freestyle stage, followed the immersive theatre trail from Highly Sprung or perused the indoor crafts market, the food parade will be there to fuel the rest of the party in front of the main stage – with bands such as Electric Swing Circus, Kioko and Lycio to keep energies high all day long.
And hopefully you know by now that there’s a local paranormal detective Ivor Goosebump attempting to track down clues to work out what is behind the wave of increasingly weird phenomena in Bearwood, which we think will find resolution at the Festival! You can follow Ivor’s adventures on his blog and through his posts on social media, at Ivor’s blog: https://ivorgoosebump.wordpress.com/ @ivorgoosebump and through Facebook https://www.facebook.com/ivorgoosebump