Popular Brewer's Social Harborne is here to stay
Peaky Blinders themes, dog-friendly, and chilli fries to die for – Brewer's Social Harborne is certainly a place you should cosy up in this winter.
Sadler's Brewing Company has announced the launch of Brewer's Social Harborne, the third of its venues in the West Midlands.
Described as "a place to be social no matter what time of day", Brewer's Social is now a permanent fixture in the High Street of Harborne – after initially being a temporary pop-up restaurant.
But its popularity now means it's here to stay.
Locals can pop in any time of day for brunch, coffee and cake, lunch, dinner, craft beers, cocktails and more.
The menu includes delights such as Mud City baby back ribs, smoked brisket in Sadler's ale sauce, and truffle mac and cheese.
There's also home-smoked meat and fish, tasty bar snacks, cakes, pastries and soft serve ice cream.
The menu changes now and then to add in any specials – currently the Harborne restaurant is offering mouth-watering Hangover Fries; Cajun fries topped with six-hour smoked turkey, eight-hour smoked pork belly and 16-hour beef brisket chilli with melted cheese and spring onions.
Available as a side or a monster sharer portion, this is one dish that certainly has been flying out of the kitchen.
You can also order a kilogram of chicken wings, with a range of sauces to choose from, a big brunch served with beef, turkey and brisket and Peaky Blinder Bourbon beans, and the chef's secret fried chicken.
For vegetarians there's a few options too, with crispy halloumi and mushroom, and the vegan Brewer's salad.
Award-winning ales and spirits are packed behind the bar, which is surrounded by warm lighting and beautiful purple and green foliage.
There's also a cosy upstairs with more seating, and a few Peaky Blinder-themed decorations.
Dogs are always welcome in Brewer's Social Harborne, and will be treated as warmly as any other customer.
Sadler’s Brewing Co. managing director, Chris Sadler, said: "We want the ‘social’ part of the name to really mean something and for Brewer’s Social to appeal to everyone, with special community events, brewing collaborations and fundraising for local charities.
"Following the success of the Harborne Pop-Up, the logical next step was to install a kitchen and expand the offering; we’re really excited about this new chapter – with lots more in the pipeline."
Visit sadlersbars.co.uk/harborne for more information, or to book a table.
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