Award-winning street food experience comes to Merry Hill

Merry Hill is set to host a street-food extravaganza as part of Digbeth Dining Club’s tenth anniversary celebrations.

Hosted at The Waterfront on Friday 29th April, the new 'Waterfront Dining Club' will allow visitors to enjoy culinary delights from a range of food stalls.

Caterers such as Cookie Mumster, Poutine Punks, Notty Bites, Grill Brazil, Cleopatra’s Kitchen, Street Chef and Strip Club will join the canalside location’s own independent traders, including the Indian Tavern, Dr Eamer’s Gin Distillery, Ten Steps Coffee, The Garrison and Red by Night.  
With everything on the menu from Middle Eastern and vegan fusion to burgers and desserts, there will be something for everyone to enjoy. The event is free of charge to enter and is open to all visitors from 5pm. Jonathan Poole, Centre Manager at Merry Hill said:

“We are always looking for new and exciting ways to delight our customers, and the Waterfront Dining Club offers a foodie experience that provides just that.
“We are proud to support our independent businesses and provide our visitors with a unique dining experience in addition to the centre and Waterfront’s wide range of eateries.” 
Digbeth Dining Club, founded in 2021, is a multi-award-winning food event and venue operator which has transformed some of the region’s most unique venues into vibrant street-food destinations. The new event follows a fun-filled Easter at the centre, with attractions including rainbow stilt walkers, Marmalade the woolly mammoth and a brass band. Jack Brabant, co-founder of Digbeth Dining Club said:

“As one of the region’s leading shopping destinations, we can’t think of a better place to include in our tenth anniversary celebrations than Merry Hill and we are excited to bring a taste of something different to a new audience.
"This year’s tour is all thanks to the hard work of our ever-growing team, sourcing the best venues and traders to ensure our events remain fresh and meet the desires of our customers."
Merry Hill’s thriving food and drink scene has also been boosted in recent months, following the arrival of Pizza Hut Express, artisan bakery Batch’d, family owned The Brownie Box and Australian coffee shop chain Gloria Jeans.


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