All Bar One, located in the North landside area of the terminal, opened its doors to passengers last month.
All Bar One, famous for its stylish food menu and great tasting cocktails, is the latest brand to arrive at Birmingham Airport, as two new bars open their doors to passengers.
The first bar, located in the South departure lounge, launched back in April and has been quickly followed by an additional unit in the North landside area of the terminal, which opened for business last month. The two locations mean that both passengers and visitors to the Airport can meet, relax and unwind on their travels.
There are close to 50 All Bar One bars nationally, all offering a busy, cosmopolitan city vibe and serving continental beers, champagne, wine and cocktails. The stylish bars will serve breakfast, lunch and dinner, offering a wide range of meals for all tastes, including the best in light bites, tapas, sharing plates, sandwiches and delicious mains. Both bars will also incorporate a tasting table where guests can book wine and cocktail master classes.
Susan Chappell, All Bar One Brand Operations Director, comments: “We are delighted to be launching our second All Bar One within one of the country’s most vibrant and expanding airports. It follows on from the recent success of Euston station, representing another step forward for the brand into the travel sector.”
Richard Gill, Birmingham Airport’s Head of Commercial, added: “The arrival of All Bar One to Birmingham Airport is great news for our passengers, who can now enjoy their delicious menus and extensive bar choice before they fly.
“We now boast two All Bar One units, one located in the South departure lounge and another located in the North landside area of the terminal. The two locations mean that passengers and visitors to the Airport can meet, relax and unwind, all within a lively and chic environment.
“We’re confident these stylish bars will prove to be tremendously popular, whether that is for breakfast, brunch, lunch or dinner.”
Both units are open seven days a week, between 04:30 and 22:00.