VIDEO: enjoy pay-day weekend fun at Coyote Ugly

It’s the must-try Broad Street destination that takes its name from a now 30-year-old New York bar which inspired a movie in the year 2000.

Actress Piper Perabo’s Coyote Ugly film played at what is now the Cineworld Broad Street in October 2000, just two months after the 12-screen multiplex had been opened by UGC.

Since then, the brand has opened its own Coyote Ugly Saloon on the corner of Gas Street and Broad Street.

Watch our pay-day weekend video to see the kind of fun that you could have in the establishment where “The Party Never Ends”, thanks to giant TV screens for sport, pool tables and a very long bar upon which only girls are allowed to dance … “Like everyone’s watching… because they are.”

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Coyote Ugly is at 260 Broad Street B1 2HF. It’s open seven days a week – from 5pm til 3am weekdays, and from noon til 3am on Saturdays and Sundays.

Bookings are now being taken for Coyote Ugly festive bottomless brunch deals (£20pp person from 5pm on Friday; £25pp for Drag Brunch Saturday, noon til 4pm) as well as corporate packages (minimum 25 people) until Sunday, 7 January – the last day of Ice Skate Birmingham (open daily 10am-10pm, closed Christmas Day) in nearby Centenary Square.

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