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Valentines Day at Birmingham Bars

Posted by: Mark O'Donnell 15/01/2009 @ 15:07
Subject: Pubs & Bars


Depending on the way you see the world, you’ll either see Valentines as just another way of extorting your hard earned or as a day to show you’re loved one just how much they mean to you. Surely you can do that anyway? There are 364 other days in the calendar, you know!

As, this year, the 14th February falls on a Saturday, a lot of you will be planning to spend Valentines Day at Birmingham bars. You might be looking for somewhere to spend a night with your beloved, whether for a quiet one or a rowdy night out, or you might be out in town, keeping an eye out for any talent or simply just getting on one with your mates.

To make a big impression this Valentines Day at Birmingham bars, you …

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New Years Eve At Birmingham Bars

Posted by: Mark O'Donnell 04/12/2008 @ 10:49
Subject: Pubs & Bars

While house parties have become an increasingly popular choice over the last few years, I think it’s always better to spend a bit of the evening at a venue and carry the party on back at home later on. There’s plenty of action this New Years Eve at Birmingham Bars, if you fancy doing exactly that. The only thing you need to figure out then is how you are going to actually get home when you can’t get a taxi for love nor money!

Staying local is one option this New Years Eve at Birmingham bars. If you live in any of the bustling neighbourhoods like Moseley, Erdington, Sutton Coldfield or Harbourne, you will have plenty of options on your doorstep. In Sutton, for example, The Station is always packed out with people at Christmas and New …

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Wine, Demystified

Posted by: Michelle Court 11/09/2008 @ 15:48
Subject: Pubs & Bars

Confused by wine? There are quite a few of us who can’t tell their Chablis from their Chardonnays (no need to be ashamed!) and find ourselves stuttering when we’re amidst wine connoisseurs. Who knew just a little bottle of fermented grapes would be so tricky?

Now you have the chance to get all that knowledge sorted. Guy Henri Azam, head winemaker at Baron Philippe de Rothschild winery, and fellow wine expert Philip Goodband are hosting a webchat to demystify the concept. From good buys to ones best avoided, and how to recognise which wines are best whilst wandering the aisles of your local off licence.

Want to get your wine questions answered? Click here

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Robotic Barman Descends on the UK!

Posted by: Kelly Hussey 01/07/2008 @ 17:09
Subject: Pubs & Bars

Now I don’t mean to scare you, but I think robots may be trying to take over the world – or the UK at least - I-Robot style. Yes, it’s true. First it was the turn of the ICA in London to introduce robotic punk clubbers (see Neurotic Robots Love to Party), and now the world’s first robotic barman (I swear, it’s true) is making its shiny and new debut at one of my favourite places to spend money – Selfridges Oxford Street - tomorrow.

The robot, lovingly named Mr Asahi (as in the beer) is …

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