Restau­rant set to bring a taste of Mex­ico to sub­urbs

Birmingham Post - - NEWS -

A MEX­I­CAN and South Amer­i­can bar and restau­rant group is to open its next venue in Sut­ton Cold­field.

Bodega will be housed in for­mer bath­room and kitchen fit­tings store Rip­ples, in Birm­ing­ham Road.

When it opens in Oc­to­ber, it will be the fifth Bodega since the brand launched in 2010 in Birm­ing­ham city cen­tre.

Matt Scriven, owner of Bit­ters ‘n’ Twisted which op­er­ates the Bodega restau­rants, said: “A great op­por­tu­nity has arisen for us to ex­pand our Birm­ing­ham­based group into Sut­ton Cold­field.

“We’re very ex­cited to see how popu- the lar our cui­sine and cock­tails are out­side the city cen­tre and how we might be able to tai­lor our of­fer­ing go­ing for­ward for a new group of fans.” Bodega has grown steadily since first launch­ing and the group opened a sec­ond restau­rant in 2014 in Worces­ter city cen­tre fol­lowed by venues in Derby and Le­ices­ter. It spe­cialises in food such as bur­ri­tos, na­chos, tacos and hal­loumi burg­ers along­side Mex­i­can and South Amer­i­can cock­tails. Bit­ters ‘n’ Twisted’s other venues in­clude Mar­malade at The Rep theatre, in Cen­ten­ray Square, and The Rose Villa Tav­ern pub in the Jew­ellery Quar­ter.

> Matt Scriven of Bit­ters ‘n’ Twisted

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