Want a plate of traditional Irish chips or a cold Guinness? How about live music? Comedy night? A full dinner? Danny Winter’s got it all at Buck Mulligan’s!
Technology is making its impact on more than startups within Birmingham.
According to the BBJ, a new technology centered home development is set to begin construction in Ross Bridge this summer – Reynold’s Landing.
Avondale continues to prove its truly revitalizing by providing Birmingham with a unique atmosphere and impeccable eating.
The tight knit community will soon receive a Bham food truck favorite turned Brick and Mortar – Big Spoon Creamery.
April 18 was a special day for Birmingham’s startup “eco-system” which celebrated the presentations of nine companies which graduated from the Velocity Accelerator.
The so called, “Demo Day”, not only proved successful for these startup companies, but spoke volumes of our community support.
This year’s Investor Conference was hosted at Iron City in conjunction with the Birmingham Venture Club and the Velocity Accelerator’s Demo Day. The Investor Conference hosted attendees from around the Southeast interested in investment opportunities and networking between fellow investors, entrepreneurs, and service providers in the area. Continue reading “Birmingham Venture Club Investor Conference 2017”
Birmingham’s growth is attributed to many things. In particular, though, the food industry seems to stand out the most for our southern city/metro.
Within the foodie scene, our food truck culture is revving up, and the possible addition of the “Birmingham Food Park” could expand it even further.
According to the Homewood Star, plans have changed from simple retail parcels and parking spots, to a hotel and mixed-use development.