Freddy’s to open 2nd location in Homewood. Here are the details

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Freddy’s. located at Highland Park in Birmingham (Pat Byington/Bham Now)

Freddy’s, a popular restaurant in Birmingham’s Highland Park neighborhood, is opening its second location in Homewood.

The new neighborhood eatery is moving into the old Nabeel’s Cafe and Market space at 1706 Oxmoor Rd, Homewood, AL 35209. They plan to open the new Edgewood neighborhood Freddy’s location in the summer of 2023.

“We’ve found a great spot. We are at our core a neighborhood type spot. We’ve found a great neighborhood to take Freddy’s to the next level,” Stuart Stone, the owner of Freddy’s, told Bham Now.

Freddy’s Turns 5 Years Old

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Freddy’s. located at Highland Park in Birmingham (Pat Byington/Bham Now)

The announcement of the new Homewood location comes after Freddy’s celebrated its 5th Anniversary at the Highland Park restaurant on January 15th.  

According to Stone, Freddy’s started out as a wine bar (hence the name Freddy’s Wine Bar) serving small plates. Over the years it has evolved  more and more into a restaurant with a full menu and a wide variety of wines and cocktails.

What to Expect at the Homewood Freddy’s

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Freddy’s is the perfect cozy spot to enjoy National Cheese Lover’s Day. (Miranda Shaffer / Bham Now)

At the new place, Stone also revealed it will have a few new wrinkles such as:

  • “Take and bake” foods like lasagnas and pastas on sale
  • A market aspect similar to the old Nabeels, selling wines and Freddy’s sauces and dressings 
  • Offer “Grab and Go” service

And of course, the restaurant will continue to serve Birmingham’s finest charcuterie boards, Italian meals and wines.

Stay tuned

Watch this space for news about the opening of the 2nd Freddy’s this summer. Meanwhile, raise a glass over at the Highland Park location and celebrate!

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Pat Byington
Pat Byington

Longtime conservationist. Former Executive Director at the Alabama Environmental Council and Wild South. Publisher of the Bama Environmental News for more than 18 years. Career highlights include playing an active role in the creation of Alabama's Forever Wild program, Little River Canyon National Preserve, Dugger Mountain Wilderness, preservation of special places throughout the East through the Wilderness Society and the strengthening (making more stringent) the state of Alabama's cancer risk and mercury standards.

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