Our OPENING DAY is on the 21st June at 11 am! See you then!

Grand opening
A pay as you feel community vegan cafe run by its members
Come get involved, share your skills, learn new ones!
21st June 11am-8pm
Baobab’s book launch
“Voices from the front line”
5pm-7pm Book sales, talk, panel discussion
7pm onwards music by Millicent, Chapenda, Zimbabwean singer and Mbira player
Vegan food and soft drinks will be served throughout the day
The warehouse cafe, 54-57 Allison st Birmingham B5 5TH
Every Monday 11-5
Instagram: @solcafebrum
Facebook: @solcafebrum
Grassroots solidarity

We will be open every Monday from 11 till 5.

You will be able to get a nice warm meal, hot or cold non-alcoholic beverage and cake!

Everyone is welcome! Come and take part in one of our weekly workshops! But if you can help us by paying what you can or just feel like donating to us, it will help the cafe running and being of service to the community!

You can help us with a single donation or a monthly one.

At Sol Cafe we value everyone’s rights, differences and backgrounds, to simplify we created the SOL CAFE ETHICS below to represent a little of our values

Colourful illustrations accompany the following Sol Cafe Ethics:
All we have is each other
No discrimination, no racism, LGBTQIA+ respect 
Let’s be helpful whenever we can
Keep an open mind. We don’t know everyone’s journey and history
If you don’t know something, ask! I,e, it’s easy to as people’s pronouns when you don’t know
Respect each other’s differences! Diversity is what makes it beautiful.
Practice random acts of kindness
Sol Cafe is a sober space.