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Let us state here and now you could not choose a better location than a stag party Birmingham. All the ingredients are in place for the most incredible weekend in Birmingham. Oh yes, there’s the best clubs, great bars, a top nightlife waiting for you boys.
There’s the buzzing Birmingham nightlife, world-class exhibition centres, canals and it is one of Britain’s greenest cities with 8,000 acres of parks and open spaces. The Jewellery Quarter is home to over 100 retailers.
In fact it’s the country’s second largest city and third most visited by overseas guests, so obviously that’s a good indictment that this city does have plenty to offer in the West Midlands for an unforgettable stag.
You’ll find a whole host of splendid architecture in Birmingham city centre to dispel the concrete jungle label. The Town Hall, built in the 1830’s is a magnificent example of Victorian architecture, whilst the Council House was built in the Renaissance style in the 1870’s, its clock is known locally as “Big Brum”.
Birmingham means home (ham) of the people (ing) of the tribal leader Birm or Beorma. You will find the people of Birmingham very welcoming and friendly, don’t be disturbed if they call you ‘duck’ on your Birmingham stag parties, its just the local term of affection.
What stag weekend Birmingham is complete without a little celeb spotting? Famous sons and daughters of this city include the outrageous Ozzy Osbourne, the hilarious Julie Walters, the gorgeous Cat Deeley and the romantic Barbara Cartland.
Now Birmingham makes its name from the 3 C’s: cars, curry and chocolate. One of the most famous sons of this city in bygone years is George Cadbury. Pay homage to the great man with a bar of cadbury's chocolate at Cadburys World.
Do you know anything about Birmingham’s link with the motorcar? Well Longbridge was once Britain's largest car plants, home to Austin, BMC, BLMC, BL Ltd, the Rover Group, and MG Rover. The Lancaster Brothers were the earliest producers on motor cars in Birmingham and Frederick Lancaster built the first petrol driven 4-wheel car ever make in Britain.
Whilst we’re dolling out knowledge maybe now would be a good time for a quick history lesson on Birmingham. Don’t panic we do mean quick. Birmingham and other towns such as Solihull and Wolverhampton are known collectively as ‘The Black Country’.
By the late 19th century this area had become one of the most intensely industrialised in the nation. The City’s reputation was forged as a powerhouse of the Industrial Revolution.
This city is steeped in history and was mentioned in the Domesday book, records show that Birmingham was producing knives and tools as early as 1538 and has earned the title ‘city of a thousand trades’.
The wonderful open-top tourist buses operate in Birmingham, perfect for an easy, hassle-free tour of the sites, making sure you don’t miss a thing.
Eating out in Birmingham is a cosmopolitan experience, you can gorge your way through the best food. The ultimate stag experience has to be a hot curry in this epic city.
Fancy a competitive game of interactive darts then head to the Flight Club on Temple Street in Birmingham city centre
You need to know Birmingham's biggest club and how to gain nightclub entry for all the lads, with top D’J’s playing and live music bands.
Birmingham claims to offer all events with a world-class cultural scene and diverse mix of attractions and nightlife. We know you’re interested in partying, well we think you’ll be interested to hear that this city has a degree in the subject.
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Birmingham is known as the capital of the Balti. Now it’s origins seems to be steeped in intrigue and folklore. Some claim it is native to Baltistan (ancient city in Pakistan), whilst others will say Kashmiri immigrants brought it to Birmingham.
However what is certain is that for the U.K. it was discovered in Birmingham’s Balti Triangle. The vast majority of curry houses are situated in the Sparkbrook, Balsall Heath and Moseley areas of South Birmingham. With up to 50 restaurants you really are spoilt for choice for an unforgettable weekend.
The word Balti translates as “cooking bucket”. It is prepared and served in the pan, this process ensures that the dish retains the goodness of the food and remains reasonably light yet filling. Eat with your fingers using a naan.
Aromatic spices, fresh herbs and tantalising masalas all combine to make the Balti a unique taste-experience. No Birmingham stag night should miss out on all this.
Just to be extra helpful see the different menu options explained for you, don’t get lost in the vast choice on offer, have a little read and see what tickles your taste buds!
Quail - one of the rarer Balti specialities.
Lentils and other pulses usually with spices.
A hot and sweet dish with lentils and tomatoes.
Enough onions to make you cry.
Basic balti spice mix.
Cooked with onions and peppers.
Not a South American feline, but a pastry filled with mince and slowly fried in vegetable oil.
As mild as you can possibly get with nuts and cream, ideal for first time Balti diners.
A Balti masala will usually include cream, almonds and extra spices.
Flavoured with saffron.
Hot, sweet and sour.
Popeye’s favourite vegetable, spinach.
Clay charcoal burning oven used for baking.
Usually chicken or lamb pieces marinated in yoghurt and cooked on a skewer or in a tandoor. No two chicken tikka masala recipes are ever the same!
A term often used for a Balti mix of meat, chicken, and prawns, sometimes with pineapple too.
It all needs washing down with some beer. Cobra is probably the best-known India beer, but look out also for Bengal Tiger, Kingfisher and Tikka Gold; you could have your own tasting session, let us know which comes out top.
We’re guessing you may need a little help for your Birmingham stag weekends; please feel free to practice before your visit. We’ve just compiled a few pointers that could help when chatting up the locals on Broad Street.Arburn Edge – refers to a bad cup of tea
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