Yesterday marked the soft opening for this adorable restaurant in Forest Park. Get the DL here.
Did you notice the long lines, sometimes 400 people deep, Wednesday morning in Hoover? The Whole Foods grand opening in the former Riverchase Village brought out huge crowds. Hoover has eagerly awaited the opening of the organic-grocery giant for almost 3 years.
What Is an Eco-Creative festival, you might ask?
November 4 & 5, The first full weekend in the month, grab your family and friends and discover the Moss Rock Festival, a hybrid experience with nature, smart-living, art + design at its core…plus there’s great food and music!
On Monday, October 9th, Birmingham welcomed Farm Burger’s 12th location.
Trim Tab Brewery took home a bronze medal this year at the Great American Beer Festival! The festival held competitions for 161 different styles of beer. Competition was stout – nearly 8,000 different beers were submitted by over 2000 different breweries. Continue reading “Trim Tab’s Paradise Now gets acclaim”
What’s a better way to spend an autumn afternoon than sipping cool brews, enjoying gorgeous views and listening to great music with Birmingham’s original iron man? Vulcan Aftertunes concert series is once again celebrating autumn on the summit of Red Mountain.
Birmingham coffee lovers have embraced cold brew coffee as a new way to get their jolt of caffeine.
This isn’t simply iced coffee. It’s a smooth artisan cup of Joe that takes time.
As it turns out, alcohol and animals do mix! From bearded concert bunnies to a wine festival at the Birmingham Zoo, I think there’s something for everyone this week in Birmingham. Ever wanted a band to market their own car because their logo was just that cool? Continue reading “Birmingham’s Top Ten – October 4-10”
These are some of the cleanest restaurants in Birmingham. They scored a perfect 100 when inspected by the Jefferson County Department of Health. Did your favorite places make the list?
Birmingham’s own John-Bryan Hopkins new book “Foodimentary: Celebrating 365 Food Holidays with Classic Recipes” is a must have for every kitchen counter top this holiday season.
This past week, Jews celebrated the start of the year 5778 as well as the start of the month of Tishrei, or head of the year. The month of Tishrei is a time we usually refer to as the High Holidays, which includes Rosh Hashanah, Yom Kippur, Sukkot, and Simchat Torah/Shemini Atzeret. Many of the traditions, customs, and rituals are fairly well known, like dipping apples in honey and fasting on Yom Kippur. Others, like dancing with the Torah scrolls on Simchat Torah, usually aren’t referenced in sitcom jokes. Continue reading “Local Honey Holiday Challah for the New Year”
Luck Cat Rolled Cream is amazing and need a full store. If you were “lucky” enough to head over to Saturn last Sunday, you already know why. If not, follow them on Facebook to track when they’ll open their next pop-up, because you don’t want to miss this! Continue reading “Lucky Cat Rolled Cream popped up at Saturn and Rojo last week, the feedback explains why it should have a full store”
This week in Birmingham, expect music of every style (and expect sound when you click on a band name), food, beer, and more! Continue reading “Birmingham Top Ten: September 20th-26th”