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3 Saint Paul's Square
Fine Food; Live Music; Great Times!
The Jam House opened on 23 April 1999 creating a unique music experience that combines rhythm ‘n’ blues, soul, jazz and pop every night of the week together with imaginative international food.
An individual venue supported by boogie-woogie king, TV presenter and pianist Jools Holland who rocked the place on the opening night and will be dropping in from time to time.
Situated within the exclusive setting of St. Paul’s Square, the Jam House is a unique Birmingham venue with a history of music and fine dining. A relaxed ambience inside a Georgian building coupled with sophisticated catering.
Stylish, yet informal, The Jam House is spread over three airy floors and holds up to 600 people.
The open plan, top floor restaurant has seating for over 80 people and is very popular for corporate events and business/social lunches.
The stage, dance area and informal seating can be found on the first floor along with a state-of-the-art bar running the width and height of the room.
The ground floor hosts another impressive bar and seating area.
An events co-ordinator is available if required, and they can also offer superior audio-visual presentation equipment.
Their outstanding facilities are available from Sunday to Wednesday for private events.
T: 0121 200 3030
Tuesday 6pm – midnight
Wednesday 6pm – midnight
Thursday 6pm – 1am
Friday 6pm – 2am (last entry 1am)
Saturday 6pm – 2am (last entry 1am)
Live music: www.thejamhouse.com/birmingham/live-music
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