Baked in brick to launch Sutton Coldfield venue on three floors

The Birmingham-based restaurant is transforming a former hardware store into its third venue, which will be called Bakehouse by Baked in Brick. It will join the brand’s Custard Factory restaurant and its Erdington bakery.

The three-story cafe will offer a range of freshly baked goods, including bread, cakes and pastries, with the main focus on the bakery and cafe. The ground floor will be the main bakery with dining area, while the second floor offers a more relaxed environment.

The upper floor will be an exclusive, private rental space.

The venue opens in the evenings in the latter half of the week to serve food, wine and beer as well as cheese and charcuterie with a plan to serve an evening tapas menu in the future.

“Growing up in Wild Green, I’m really excited to return to such a familiar area to open our first Bakehouse by Baked in Brick,” says chef owner Lee DeSanges.

“It’s such a famous building. When I was growing up, I used to visit hardware stores. We feel that Sutton Coldfield is a great place for our first Bakehouse place and can not wait to open our doors. “

Baked in brick was founded by DeSanges, A former catering lecturer at University College Birmingham (UCB), in Birmingham. It opened its first permanent restaurant in 2018 after a successful street food pop-up.

It is a winner of ‘The Best Street Food Trader’ at both the UK and European awards.

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