SOME OF OUR BELOVED HOME-GROWN BRANDS ARE STAGING A SCOUSE INVASION IN THE MIDLANDS.
Liverpool has long been known as a melting pot of creative entrepreneurs and not only has our city’s independent scene grown to epic proportions, it’s now taking over the UK, one major city at a time. Home-grown talent has risen to the top in almost every industry as those brave enough to ‘give it a go’ receive unfaltering support from the business community and the public alike.
Can you smell what Birmingham is cooking? That’s right, its only slow-smoked meats and secret sauces courtesy of Slim’s BBQ Express, which is also opening a branch in the city’s creative quarter and joining Ghetto Golf at The Custard Factory. Taking inspiration from the 1986 cult classic film ‘Big Trouble in Little China’, Slim’s BBQ Express will soon be enchanting the people of Birmingham as the smell of succulent BBQ snacks, including brisket pots, chicken, burgers and waffles will be wafts over sky line, and we know you’ll love it as much as we do. Check it out here,
Co-Founder of Slim’s BBQ Express parent company, Graffiti Matt Farrell has this to say about the expansion to Birmingham: “We are really excited to expand the brand and team up with Ghetto Golf on this site. We are proud of our restaurants and this brand in particular and welcome the opportunity for the rest of the UK to start trying some of our dishes. The partnership offers us a great window to provide a quality addition to the Birmingham food scene and we hope to continue this collaboration towards more sites in the future.”