Work is well under way on Temple Row, as Birmingham prepares to welcome The Ivy Collection to the city this spring. The Ivy Temple Row will occupy a 7,000 sq ft space at the top of Temple Row, formerly a Louis Vuitton boutique, and an ideal location for the restaurant group’s arrival in the second city.
Inside, The Ivy Collection’s signature green colour palette will be contrasted with striking burnt orange banquettes and polished marble floors. The restaurant will accommodate 135 guests, with space for a further 20 in a stylish private dining room, making it an ideal location for celebrations, business lunches and evening dining.
The brasserie will exude the familiar luxury of its sister restaurants, but with a focus on accessibility as well as glamour. Whilst booking a table on a Saturday night is advised, the restaurant will pride itself on holding back a certain amount of covers each day for walk-in diners, so those living and working locally can drop in at their leisure.
The Ivy Temple Row will be open early morning to late evening seven days a week, serving an extensive all-day menu of breakfast, elevenses, lunch, afternoon tea, cocktails, weekend brunch and dinner.
Laura Bamber, operations manager for The Ivy Collection, said:
“With a food scene as strong as Birmingham’s, the city is the perfect location for The Ivy Collection, and we’re excited to open here later this spring. As Temple Row is situated right in the heart of the business district, we hope to become part of the local community.”
The Ivy Collection is a group of grills, brasseries and cafés, offering accessible, all-day dining for locals and visitors alike. Each location is carefully chosen to value, reflect and add to the local area.
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