2 February 2014

Coast To Coast, Birmingham - Authentic American Food

America is a country that's known for its iconic dishes, it's a country that serves up a friendly smile. Fear not if you've never experienced America, for Coast To Coast American Restaurant & Bar, Birmingham brings the land of the free direct to Brindleyplace, Birmingham! Take a chance on Coast To Coast, Birmingham for an authentic all American dining experience!

Coast To Coast Brum brings the energy of a New York City sports bar! Enjoy a pre-dinner drink or enjoy some appetisers because its all about you at C2C! Catch the big games from the comfort of the bar area for it serves up a feeling of style and sophistication! Order a freshly made cocktail from the bar and trust the bartenders for they know their liquors! Better still it doesn't cost you the earth to enjoy a tantalising mixed drink for Coast To Coast, Birmingham has everyone's budgets in mind. First impressions count for something, upon my visit to Coast To Coast, Birmingham I received a warm welcome, I was assured that my table would be ready in less than fifteen minutes. Making mine a Mojito, I spent my first moments at the bar surrounded by the lively atmosphere that detracted away from the cold dreary February weather, I could of been in NYC for the setting was amazing! I say C2C is now B! 

Birmingham's Broad Street and Brindley Place are both home to a range of lively and dynamic entertainment and hospitality venues, I would have to say that Coast To Coast American Restaurant and Bar has brought something new and exciting to this part of Birmingham! Broad Street has been through the mill but its slowly getting back on its feet, its all about the staying power of a brand for this entertainment hungry part of Birmingham. The contemporary design of this American infused restaurant puts Broad street back on the map! I would have to say that variety is definitely the spice of life so change that Brummie Balti for a hearty portion of American soul food! Forget the usual American choices like that shall not be named but you know who I mean, nobody want's it to be Friday everyday!? We wouldn't get anything done let alone have the means to enjoy ourselves?! At the end of the day you are free to live your life, do what you want do! Mine's a Mojito! Touchdown!

Feeling hungry? Believe me, I knew exactly what I wanted to eat. Choosing the Pulled Pork Burger served with homemade Sweet Potato Fries with Coleslaw, it made the perfect combination for a Saturday night treat. Captured to the right is my flavoursome and eye-catching meal served that was on a wooden board, its all about that extra touch at Coast To Coast, Birmingham. I did take take care to capture my meal in the best way, I must say that my burger bun wasn't meant to a soft bun so I was served exactly what is printed in the menu. Accompanied by my friend Kelly, she enjoyed a hearty serving of the Sizzling Fajitas that were cleverly served with a selection of accompaniments such as; freshly prepared Guacamole, Cheese and Salsa. American food has many hidden depths. Remember, American food isn't the stuff you'll find at that famous Floridian theme park! Coast To Coast does their homework! 

It's one complete dining experience at Coast To Coast, Birmingham for their menu boasts a wide range of authentic American dishes that range from Pizzas to Latin American Wraps! Be under no illusion that American cuisine begins and ends with the words Burgers and Fries for Coast To Coast, Birmingham offers a wide selection of Club Sandwiches, Ribs, Tacos, American Meatballs and much more! I have had the opportunity to live in America so I know a honest serving of American hospitality when I see one, let's just say that the servers at Coast To Coast, Birmingham marry their British background with the perfect image of America's high standards of service. Choose Coast To Coast Birmingham for a lunch time treat or make a special celebration even better at this American infused eatery? Some would say that talk is cheap, I suggest that you make reservations at Coast To Coast, Birmingham you'll have a great experience like I did, you'll be returning for a second helping!

From Hollywood to the Empire State this American Restaurant stays true to its aim to serve fresh and authentic American dishes within a modern and dynamic environment. Take note of the countless mementos that took me back to New Jersey! From Coast To Coast its not difficult to realise that this cross-country dining experience is much more than just a meal! Enjoy your time with the non-stop supply of iconic American anthems from a playlist that took me back to the Hard Rock Cafe, Times Square in New York City! It's almost been two years since the day so my Coast To Coast, Birmingham experience ensured those memories hadn't faded away just yet! I had the opportunity to take in the energetic and fast-paced environment of the Saturday night service at Coast To Coast, Birmingham, nothing was rushed at all. Our server Luke Vernon had an excellent product knowledge and served us with humour!

I and Kelly felt content with our main courses it was time to choose our deserts, a task that was so simple I didn't need to be briefed of the choices. Apparently desert menus don't exist at Coast To Coast so our server, Luke explained our options in a animated fashion! I made a winning decision by choosing the Peanut Butter Cheesecake because it was a winner! My Cheesecake was served with Honeycomb Ice Cream and Whipped cream, it was truly divine! Kelly dared to chose the Chocolate Brownie that was also served with the perfect accompaniments, we equally enjoyed our deserts at Coast To Coast Birmingham. We decided to ditch the hot coffee, so we indulged in a iced Baileys latte that wrapped up our Coast To Coast, Birmingham experience just at the right level! Be mindful when making your reservations because Coast To Coast can get very busy! It's no secret that you're going to love this Birmingham Broad St restaurant! Thanks Coast To Coast Birmingham! 

Coast To Coast, Birmingham ... I'll be back for Breakfast! 

Joseph Harrison 

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