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Cafe Colette is a 1920s themed cocktail bar and venue, open Thursday to Saturday between 4pm and midnight. It is also available for special events.
Cafe Colette is an art-deco inspired cocktail bar and venue, hosting weekly club nights and one-off events.
Situated inside Digbeth Dining Club, Cafe Colette serves draft beer and cider, spirits, soft drinks and crafted cocktails to a soundtrack of laid back sounds.
Food is also available from street food traders at Digbeth Dining Club.
What’s on at Cafe Colette
Information on upcoming events can be found via digbethdiningclub.com.
Getting to Cafe Colette
Cafe Colette is just a few minutes walk from New Street Station. Walk through The Bullring Shopping Centre down through Digbeth High Street, turn left onto Heath Mill Lane and then right onto Lower Trinity Street.
Cafe Colette is easily accessible by M6, M5, M40 and M1. Once in Birmingham, head for Digbeth High Street (B4100) and turn on to Heath Mill Lane (just before the Old Crown when heading away from the Bullring / Selfridges) and take the first right on to Lower Trinity Street.
Car Parking is available in a pay and display car park on Lower Trinity Street, opposite Digbeth Dining Club.
Cafe Colette is situated near the Rainbow and the Custard Factory. Birmingham New Street and Snow Hill train stations are only a ten minute walk away, or five minutes in a taxi. Birmingham City Centre is connected with bus routes from all main suburban areas around the city including Kings Heath, Moseley, Edgbaston, Erdington and Sutton Coldfield.
Midland Metro trams run frequently between Wolverhampton and Birmingham 7 days a week and stop at St Paul’s metro stop on Constitution Hill. For more information on public transport in the West Midlands, please visit networkwestmidlands.com.
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