5 new, exciting businesses headed to Birmingham, including a new coffee shop in Riverchase Galleria

Kaffeeplas is new open in Riverchase Galleria for that mid-shopping pick-me-up. Exciting busineses
Kaffeeplas is new open in Riverchase Galleria for that mid-shopping pick-me-up. Photo via Kaffeplas

What do a coffee shop in Hoover, an upscale lounge in Mountain Brook and a juice bar downtown have in common? They’re all new and coming to the Birmingham area, of course. Check out these new, exciting businesses that will have you wanting to visit every single one of them.

1. Key Circle Commons

Brick and Tin has officially unveiled the new logo for Key Circle Commons.
Brick and Tin has officially unveiled the new logo for Key Circle Commons. Photo via Brick and Tin

From the minds that brought you Brick and Tin, Key Circle Commons if officially headed to Mountain Brook. This timeless, upscale lounge will bring you right to the early 20th century with inspired decor, tasteful accents, a small plate menu and craft cocktails to note. This new spot will be housed in the former Billy’s location—a coveted space in the heart of English Village.

The vibe was inspired by owner Mauricio Papapietro’s love of the The Bowery Hotel in New York City, and he hoped to bring a piece of that back to Birmingham with contemporary concepts like upscale furniture, French marble countertops and a daybed straight from France itself. Papapietro said that the location has a lot of character, almost feeling like a chapel.

The menu will consist of small plates with production based at Brick and Tin, so you know they’ll have food like your favorites at Brick and Tin—including their signature bread. They’ll incorporate sweet items for those with a sweet tooth, as well. As for the drinks, they’ll have a straightforward, solid menu as well as coffee in the afternoons.

He hopes that patrons from Mountain Brook, Homewood and Birmingham can come together and support this new local, exciting business. Be on the lookout for this business opening in January 2022.

2. Anatole’s Bike/Skate/Surf Shop

Check out this skateboard wall at Anatole's.
Check out this skateboard wall at Anatole’s. Photo via Anatole’s Bike Shop

Want to take the love of your extreme sport to new heights? Check out Anatole’s. Located in the Greystone area off of Highway 280, this exciting business is perfect for those who have anything biking, skating or surfing related on their Christmas list. Not into sports? Anatole’s sells other gifts like urban apparel, candles and soaps made in Hawaii. How cool is that?

Although they haven’t had their official grand opening yet, they are open for business—just waiting on a few shipments to get delivered like the rest of us. Check them out today to visit this iconic skateboard wall.

3. Drink Freshh

Who wouldn't want one of these bowls?
Who wouldn’t want one of these bowls? Photo via Drink Freshh

Southside is officially getting a juice bar! Drink Freshh, the beloved food truck, just announced a brick and mortar location in the heart of the city. Ever wanted a fresh juice or snack? Owner Dameon Daniels has got you covered. Drink Freshh is servin’ up handcrafted juice, smoothies, acai and pitaya bowls daily—just look at that picture above to get a good idea of how fresh that Drink Freshh really is.

Want to support them right now? Check out their Instagram everyday for their food truck location. Trust us—it’s a can’t miss.

4. Kaffeeplās

Did you know that if you bring your Kaffeeplās mug or tumbler to Kaffeeplās, you get 10% off? Exciting businesses
Did you know that if you bring your Kaffeeplās mug or tumbler to Kaffeeplās, you get 10% off? Photo via Kaffeeplās

Always wanted a local coffee shop to support as you do your holiday shopping? Now you have your chance. The kaffeehaus traditions of Vienna, Austria have officially carried over to Birmingham Alabama in the form of Kaffeeplās. Owner Paul Sutton invites all of his guests to get a taste of Europe by stopping by for a cup of espresso, coffee or tea located right next to Von Maur in Riverchase Galleria.

“Inspired by the rich traditions of historic Viennese coffee houses, we serve handcrafted espresso, coffee, tea, and other beverages.  We love to pair these with fresh baked pastries and desserts, prepared daily. And we do all this with the utmost attention to service and hospitality.”

-Paul Sutton, Kaffeeplās, Owner

Be sure to check them out today and buy your Kaffeeplās mug or tumbler to get 10% off future purchases.

5. Found Bham

Look at this set-up! Dreamy beyond measure. Exciting businesses
Look at this set-up! Dreamy beyond measure. Photo via Found Bham

This exciting business is far from new, but is getting a much larger home in the Martin Biscuit Building very soon. Found Bham focuses on antique, vintage and contemporary furnishings, and is not your ordinary antique store. They offer beautiful pieces that deserve a second life and can be currently be found in their Pepper Place location or shop from the comfort of your home on their Instagram.

They are looking forward to the expansion and can do things that weren’t possible in the old space. Guests will have the ability to schedule shopping appointments as well as attend the monthly shopping events that Found Bham hosts. Currently, they are in the renovation process but are anticipating opening their doors in late January. Stay tuned on their Instagram for more opening announcements.

Great things headed your way with these exciting businesses, Birmingham. Wanna put a business on our radar? Let us know on our Instagram!

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