If you ever find yourself in Bristol or Cardiff hankering for a steak, your first choice has to be Pasture. You can get your hands on everything from sirloins and ribeyes to the ‘dinosaur cut’ tomahawk and prized chateaubriand – all dry-aged for a minimum of 35 days. The upscale steakhouse serves some of the finest cuts of streaks for miles, using only local ingredients that are ethically and sustainably sourced.
With steaks cut fresh for each service, quality is ensured in each bite. But you won’t have to travel that far to get your hands on these mouthwatering steaks for much longer. Pasture Birmingham aims to launch early next spring, setting up in Birmingham city centre. It will occupy 6,500 sq ft across one floor of the former Barclays Bank building at Fifteen Colmore Row.
Pasture Birmingham is expected to double down on all the things that they’re already well known for – impeccably sourced produce, in-house butchery and cooking over fire. Handpicking and preparing the very best meat from grass-fed cattle, the team of chefs use it to cook beautiful, modern dishes that provide fine dining for everyone.
Sam said: “Just as we operate in Bristol and Cardiff, we will be engaging with local suppliers, & producers to influence everything from the menus to the interiors. What’s really exciting is the new restaurant will open up brand new supply chains for us – because just like our other restaurants, we want to make sure that Pasture Birmingham has a real sense of place, is part of the Birmingham characteristic and completes our Pasture triangle.”
This will be Sam Elliott’s – the 35-year-old chef/owner – fifth opening. With two in Bristol (his first, Pasture, opened in 2018, and Radius opened last year); and two restaurants in Cardiff (a second Pasture opened in 2020, and Parallel which opened earlier this year). Later in 2024, he will also open Prime by Pasture – a butchery, deli, cookery school and burger joint in Bristol. It’s safe to say Sam (and Pasture) knows great steaks.
Nina Meeks of Hortons, who recently leased 7,000 sq ft of refurbished offices at Fifteen Colmore Row, said: “We are hugely excited to welcome Pasture to Birmingham. We received considerable interest in the unit given its prime position on Colmore Row, but Pasture was our preferred operator. It has built an incredible brand and we are confident it will be a real asset to the block.”
To learn more about Pasture head here.