A haven for foodies
|Outside the Millennium Point|
A few months ago I invested in the Birmingham Independent Card, a card that entitles you to discounts at selected independent shops and restaurants in Birmingham. I make a conscious effort to show my support for Birmingham’s independents by visiting their businesses for clothes or food at least once or twice a month - any excuse to shop and eat really!
This weekend saw the return of the annual Birmingham Independent Food Fair, which took place at the iconic Millennium Point, an event where you can find many of the independent food establishments in Birmingham all under one roof - a haven for foodies with lots of free food and drink (of the alcohol kind too) samples on offer. Only a small proportion of the food ticked my health/nutrition check box so it’s a good job they were only offering small samples. I stupidly had lunch before attending the ‘food’ fair but I didn’t let that stop me treating my taste buds to some of the delights that were available; it just meant I had a slightly uncomfortable power walk back to my car instead.
I know it’s all about Fashion Week at the moment but have any of you guys attended any foodie events recently or know of any coming up?
and what I wore
|Dress Dorothy Perkins|
Bag Sophie Hulme