At this time of year, we love nothing more than a bit of afternoon indulgence. What better way to celebrate the colder season than with warm scones topped with jam and clotted cream and a cup of tea (or glass of bubbly!). If you’re looking to treat yourself in Birmingham, here are some of the top spots for traditional afternoon tea.
Whether you’re staying at the AC Hotel or just exploring the Mailbox, the AC Lounge is a top spot for tea. The contemporary space is unlike most traditional tearooms and the laid-back vibe allows guests to sit back, unwind, and sip their cup of tea in peace. So, what are you waiting for? Their heavenly cakes and pastries are waiting for you.
Craft Dining Rooms
This modern British restaurant opened its doors at Birmingham’s ICC this summer and it’s been a hit with the locals ever since. With its striking yellow and grey décor, Craft Dining Rooms is one of the city’s most stylish eateries. As the name suggests, everything is handcrafted, handpicked, and homegrown, from the food and drink to the art on the walls. For a special treat, book their Mad Hattingley Tea Party and enjoy handmade savouries, afternoon tea fancies, and a glass of Hattingley Valley sparkling wine for £30pp.
The Ivy Temple Row
After a day of shopping in Birmingham’s busy city centre, take a well-deserved break at The Ivy Temple Row. If you’re wondering where locals go to treat themselves, then look no further. Continue Reading