5 Birmingham cocktail + coffee carts bringing summer fun to you

Magic City Mini Bars
A party coming your way. Photo by Kristen Pender Photography for Magic City Mini Bar

This summer, mobile cocktail and coffee carts are rolling into Birmingham. Whether you want to book a cocktail cart for a special event or support budding new local businesses at area farmers’ markets, don’t miss these “pour-table” pit stops.

1. Cala Coffee ☕

Cala Coffee Cart at House Plant Collective
Cala Coffee at House Plant Collective. Photo via Cala Coffee Company

Getting my caffeine fix on wheels? Yes, please. Cala Coffee roasts their own beans and crafts their own cold brew, so you know that each drink is fresh on the spot.

  • Find the cart: Birdsong Farmers Markets, 2824 5th Ave S, Birmingham, AL 35233, Saturdays 7AM-12PM
  • Book the cart: Email calacoffeebhm@gmail.com.
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2. Pour 🍸

Pour - Birmingham mobile cocktail cart
Cheers! Photo via Pour

Pour is the newest mobile beverage cart on the Birmingham scene. A trio of local moms are launching their redesigned 1970 Tagalong Camper to bring their coffee bar (complete with Seeds Coffee) to scheduled stops, like The Market at Rocky Ridge. They’ll also offer custom cocktail services for private events.

3. The Magic City Mini Bar 🥂

Magic City Mini Bar - Birmingham mobile cocktail cart
Make sure to invite “Bo” to your next event. Photo by Kristen Pender Photography for Magic City Mini Bar

Bonita, the Magic City Mini Bar, is a 1971 Taylor Dunn electric cart that the owners have revamped to turn into an amazing mobile bar. This one has three taps that can serve hot or cold drinks for year-round refreshment. Hello, hot chocolate in the winter! 👋

4. Bubbles & Brews BHM 🍹

Bubbles & Brews BHM - Birmingham mobile cocktail cart
The perfect addition to a perfect day. Photo via Bubbles & Brews BHM

Bubbles & Brews BHM serves seven taps for chilled prosecco, wine, craft beer and cocktails. Plus, it’s perfectly vintage—this mobile Birmingham cocktail cart is an Italian Piaggio Ape, an adaption of a Vespa scooter and is instantly IG-worthy.

5. Steel City Pops 🍦

Steel City pops cart
Baseball + pops = a great afternoon. Photo via Steel City Pops

You’ve probably seen the Steel City Pops cart rollin’ around at local events from farmers’ markets to business openings. I’ve even seen ’em at band camp! Add a cart to your event + cool off with a pop. 💥

“Mobile carts are huge in the post-COVID world. When our customers couldn’t come to us, we went to them.”

Mckenzie Nichols, Steel City Pops

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Cecilia Wood
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