To sum up, the theme of things to do in Birmingham before the End of the World (whenever that may be) boiled down to three: Eat, Drink and Be Merry!
Before we run out of time, here are the recommendations you gave:
Brummie chef Glynn Purnell’s venues got quite a few mentions, as did some other Birmingham bar favourites…
And once you’re fed and watered, it’s time to release all inhibitions, particularly financial ones…
So there you have it - Birmingham’s End of the World tips. Many thanks to all the contributors - we’ll save a space for you in the bunker when the time comes!
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