The space is open plan
There are tables with chairs two sofas and bean bags
Seating for approximately 40 people
There is space to roam
There is no private room, the space is one open space with toilets off to one side
There is fully accessible toilet and shower
There are times when the cafe is quiet but expect varying noise levels especially when events take place
Lower sink and counter levels
The space is fully wheelchair accessible with a ramp upon entry
The front has full length windows which open up so the space is continually aired
Hand sanitiser available when you enter
Soon there will be badges available to display your pronouns
There will also be badges that our team will wear which indicate someone you can talk to for help or to order
Their are games, craft material, paint, paper, colouring pencils, wool, sewing machine, needles, crochet hooks
Board with large font menu items
Journey to Sol Cafe
From New street station:
The journey is 0.2 miles
Take a right out of the station on to Smallbrook Queensway, up to the roundabout.
The cafe is on the left of the roundabout in the same building as the LGBT Centre.
The full route has step free access
As we are in central Birmingham, there is varying noise levels along route but once reaching the cafe you are away from the larger goings on of the city
For route from bus stops please message us and we will happily provide any more information.
Taxis should drop you off just outside Sol Cafe.
We want the space to be as accessible as possible, please message us if you have any requirements, suggestions or want to ask any questions!