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Cafe Colette is a new art-deco style bar, inspired by the 1920s, opening alongside Digbeth Dining Club on Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays.

The new bar is closely linked to Digbeth Dining Club, the well-established street food haunt that pitches up every weekend to host a new selection of traders and hordes of hungry revellers.

Digbeth in general, and Lower Trinity Street in particular, is enjoying an explosion of cool hangouts catering for everything from food and drink to art, live music and dancing.

Lower Trinity Street alone is already home to Spotlight, Mama Roux, The Night Owl and Unit 4 as well as events including Digbeth Dining Club, Swingamajig and Digbeth Arts Market.

Cafe Colette is the latest new addition, with eye-catching 1920s interiors designed by local wizards, Stax Creations (also responsible for Mama Roux and The Night Owl).

The team behind the new bar told us:

"The vibe at Cafe Colette is nice and relaxed, suitable for eating, drinking and chatting, with DJs playing chilled sets of funk, disco, jazz, electronic and more.

"The cocktails are currently being curated by The Wilderness, and as you can imagine they are pretty damn special!

Every Thursday, ‘Colette’s Sundown Club’ will see DJs entertain guests. Upcoming acts include Milo Sadler, Ollie Lloyd (The Yardbird), Mazzy Snape (The Night Owl) and Liam Roberts (Tektu)

Cafe Colette is open Thursdays, Fridays and Saturdays from 4pm alongside Digbeth Dining Club. Entry is normally free before 5.30pm and £1 afterwards.

Top image by Digbeth Dining Club

Posted by Ahmed Ahmed

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