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Instead, the lobster is what Nosh & Quaff is all about.
The Cosy Club is at the original Midland Bank branch, in Bennetts Hill The Old Joint Stock was built as the Birmingham Joint Stock Bank by architect JA Chatwin in 1864 Big Bite at 78-79 Broad Street used to be a Barclays Bank - and is soon to be part of the Left Bank scheme Plans have gone in for a restaurant at 63 St Paul's Square, which was developed in 1899 by the short-lived Birmingham District & Counties Bank 130 Colmore Row - now home to Lasan Group's Nosh and Quaff restaurant - was once an Alliance Assurance office Pret a Manger, at 22-24 Colmore Row, sprang up where HSBC once stood La Banca, in Pershore Road, Cotteridge, didn't get that name for nothing.
Nosh and Quaff is, I think, the only restaurant in Birmingham to serve the sublime Danish beer Mikkeller and the flavourful Crate lager.
Savor local cuisine, quaff microbrews, purchase a piece of art, enjoy local wine tastings, take a nature walk, and of course - watch migrating Gray whales - from coastal bluffs, by boat, even on horseback.
Best quaff where there is frequent prescribed burning, roller chopping and thinned timber.
Angove's was recently crowned 'Winery of the Year' by acclaimed wine critic Peter Forrestal in his annual wine guide Quaff 2008.
Nosh & Quaff is a luxury that you should push yourself to afford now and again.
Central to the new Nosh and Quaff brand is hearty food - and cutlery isn't provided unless requested.
See migrating Gray whales by horseback, quaff local microbrews, sample a chowder cook-off, view art, run a 10k and more
There won't actually be unlimited amounts of cheese to quaff on the day?
Every Monday through August 30th, guests will learn the skills they need to create the perfect muddled quaff.
THE Ten Club is what it sounds - an exclusive and limited group of folk who meet up in their finery every so often to break bread, quaff wine and reminisce over great sporting moments.