Part of The Rainbow Venues, Mama Roux’s is one of the latest hotspots to open up in Digbeth. The exuberant new venue has already hosted a raft of up-and-coming bands, including the likes of Black Honey and Honeyblood.
Mama Roux’s is the perfect combination of lo-fi homeliness and southern decadence. Born from a love of New Orleans culture, its striking, bespoke decor blends a multi-coloured, deep south slum aesthetic with the twinkling lights of a late-night lawn party.
It is also the new home of the acclaimed, always-popular Digbeth Dining Club, which hosts regular Friday night events featuring a smorgasbord of fine foods.
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Getting To Mama Roux’s
Mama Roux’s 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.
There are several car parks nearby, as well as designated spaces on the road.
By public transport
Mama Roux’s 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. For more information on public transport in the West Midlands, please visit networkwestmidlands.com.
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