Street foodies rejoice! Digbeth Dining Club is hosting its first market in the city centre.
From May, Digbeth Dining Club will be at Brindleyplace at lunchtimes on the second Friday of every month until September.
The new Brindleyplace and DDC collaboration kicks off on Thursday, April 12 at Central and Oozells Square between 11am and 3pm.
There will be six street food traders taking part:
Dim Sum Su, Sonara Tacos, Middle Feast, Libertine Burger, Street Chef and Urban Cheesecake.
It will then be back in Brindleyplace on Friday, May 11.
Caroline Pooley, property management consultancy director and head of destination marketing at GVA which manages Brindleyplace, said: "Brindleyplace already has a great offer when it comes to food and drink – thanks to the 25 bars, cafés and restaurants currently on the estate – but we’re always keen to try something new and bring some of the city’s best features to life for the 10,000 workers based here.
“As Birmingham’s original street food event, we’re excited to be working with Digbeth Dining Club to give visitors and employees at Brindleyplace even more choice when it comes to what they have for lunch.
“With different traders each month and plenty of outdoor seating, as well as live music between 1-2pm, Digbeth Dining Club at Brindleyplace will be the perfect opportunity for people to grab some food and enjoy the outdoor spaces whilst soaking up the atmosphere this summer.”
At each event, Digbeth Dining Club will be giving visitors the chance to win five free meals to share with friends or colleagues, for more details follow @Brindleyplace on Twitter or like the Brindleyplace Facebook page.
The long-standing local produce markets continue to take place on the last Friday of each month.
Other restaurants in Brindleyplace include Gaucho’s little sister restaurant CAU restaurant.
In recent years, the canal-ide estate has lost two restaurants - FRISKA and Le Monde seafood restaurant.