Digbeth Dining Club is now well established as THE place to go for street-food, with it’s home, Lower Trinity Street fast becoming THE place to go for food, drink, art, live music, dancing – pretty much everything right?
Yep. Along Lower Trinity Street you’ve got *deep breath*.. Spotlight, Mama Roux, The Night Owl, Unit 4, amazing events such as Digbeth Dining Club, Swingamajig and Digbeth Arts Market, AND now another exciting venue, Cafe Colette.
Cafe Colette is an art-deco style bar, inspired by the 1920’s, the beautiful interiors were designed by local wizards, Stax Creations. Stax are also behind the interiors for Mama Roux and The Night Owl.
The vibe at Cafe Colette is nice and relaxed, suitable for eating, drinking and chatting, with DJ’s playing chilled sets of funk, disco, jazz, electronic and more. Upcoming sets at new weekly Thursday event ‘Colette’s Sundown Club’ include Milo Sadler, Ollie Lloyd (The Yardbird), myself and Liam Roberts.
The cocktails are currently being curated by The Wilderness, and as you can imagine they are pretty damn special! Open Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 4pm alongside Digbeth Dining Club entry is normally free before 5.30pm and only £1 after.