5 new + coming soon Birmingham businesses, including Blue Sushi Sake Grill

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Birmingham, get excited for these new and coming soon businesses. (Blue Sushi Sake Grill / Facebook)

Have you been on the hunt for a new sushi spot? Or maybe you’re craving some ice cream. We have the latest new and coming soon Birmingham businesses to check out this week. Keep reading to see what’s new around the Greater Birmingham Area.

1. K & J’s Elegant Pastries

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K&J’s Elegant Pastries is now in Ross Bridge. (Bham Now)

 If you have a sweet tooth, K&J’s Elegant Pastries’ new location in Hoover is a must-visit. From cupcakes (my personal fav is the strawberry!) to shakes and cakes, there is something for everyone to enjoy. This is the owner, Kristal Bryant’s second location with the first being in Uptown. Hoover dwellers make sure to drop in, today.

2. Sunshine Creamery

A new ice cream parlor is coming to Rocky Ridge in Vestavia. Co-owner Jarred Ray told Vestiva Voice the menu will feature shakes, sundaes, monthly specials and more. The shop plans to open in the first quarter of 2023.

3. Blue Sushi Sake Grill

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Birmingham’s newest sushi spot. (Blue Sushi Sake Grill / Facebook)

Meet Blue Sushi Sake, the newest restaurant to open its doors at The Summit. This hip, Earth-conscious, sushi shop promises every item comes from sustainable practices and responsible sourcing to protect the ecosystem. On the menu, you’ll find gluten-free and vegan-friendly options.

4. Teenie’s Take-Home Market

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No time to make dinner? No worries, pick up a premade meal at Teenie’s. (Teenie’s Take-home Market / Facebook)

Teenie’s Take-Home Market is Mountain Brook’s newest female-owned (not to mention cutest) addition. The store offers made-from-scratch take-and-make items like lasagna, Greek chicken and rice and even the Alabama-famous breakup cookieVisit the website to discover an ever-changing menu and cooking instructions. 

5. Compassionate Crossings

Compassionate Crossing is an in-home pet euthanasia service company that strives to make the painful times of a pet’s death more bearable. This Birmingham business was started by Lindsay Floyd, an Auburn alum and full-time veterinarian. The business runs on an “after hours” model to ensure that pet owners won’t have to miss work and can be home with their pet. The company is a humane practice and accommodates same-day appointments as well as aftercare services.

  • Hours: Monday-Friday, 5-9PM | Saturday-Sunday, 10AM-8PM
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Emma Johnston
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