A new independent venue is coming to the heart of Edgbaston Village this winter. Say hello to Chapter.
From the ace trio behind OPUS, Ann Tonks, Irene Allan and Ben Ternent are bringing their new concept to Edgbaston later this year.
The kitchen, bar and terrace at 5-6 Greenfield Crescent on Calthorpe Estate will focus on quality, combining produce and products from a host of independent suppliers with the same level of service fans of (the now closed) OPUS will know and love.
Ann Tonks said: “We are so excited to have been presented with this opportunity by Calthorpe Estates to bring a new independent bar and restaurant to Edgbaston Village’s thriving neighbourhood.
“After the heartbreak of losing our long established restaurant earlier in the year, Calthorpe reached out to give us a new lease of life. We’re starting this new chapter from scratch and have already had a huge amount of love from our community.
“This has given us confidence that our vision is something that the city wants – the interest in our club membership has been fantastic so far. We can’t wait to start welcoming guests.”
Joining Chef Director Ben will be Chef Nathan Swift, offering top quality British produce from trusted suppliers they have used for over a decade including Aubrey Allen for free range meat and artisanal cheeses; Channel Fisheries and M&J Seafood for fish; and Worcester Produce for local fruit and vegetables.
Chapter is due to open December 2021.