Birmingham Restaurant Week is Jan. 26-Feb. 4—everything you need to know

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Birmingham Restaurant Week is back for the 2023 Winter Edition. Mark your calendars for Jan. 26-Feb. 4 for 10 days of deals on multi-course, chef-curated meals and bartender-created cocktails. Read on for how you can support the local restaurants, bars, coffee shops and food trucks that make Birmingham one of the top culinary and beverage destinations in the state.

It’s time for Birmingham Restaurant Week 2023

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Aww Shucks is offering delicious deals this BRW. (Aww Shucks / Facebook)

Get ready to eat! Birmingham Restaurant Week (BRW) is a 10-day foodie extravaganza for local restaurants to offer amazing deals for customers to revisit their favorite restaurants or experience new ones.

BRW gives chefs an opportunity to show what they have to offer—from serving up nationally-acclaimed dishes that feature locally-sourced ingredients, to mentoring the next generation of culinary experts.

Details:

  • When: January 26-February 4 at participating restaurants
  • What: Breakfast, lunch & dinner menus ranging from $5-$50
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Here’s how it works:

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Participating restaurants, food trucks and bars throughout the Birmingham area will offer special menus ranging from $5-$50 a person.  All you have to do once you arrive at participating locations is is ask for the BRW menu, dig in and enjoy.

PLUS—there are three fantastic foodie events throughout the week to help you celebrate even more. Keep reading for the deets.

Delicious deals all over town

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No matter what you’re craving, Birmingham Restaurant Week has deals for everyone. Here are a few of the restaurants we can’t wait to check out:

  • Fat Charles BBQ

More restaurants include:

Fabulous events to celebrate BRW

The Preview Party

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Get a sneak peak! (Birmingham Restaurant Week)

The Preview Party is perfect for foodies to learn and taste more about what restaurants involved have to offer.

Food Truck Pop-Up Park

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The new Food Truck Pop-Up Park will provide a central spot for BRW participating food trucks to offer meals to the public, located downtown convenient to the business and residential districts of Southside/Highlands, Lakeview, Forest Park and Avondale.

Wineology

Birmingham Restaurant Week is Jan. 26-Feb. 4—everything you need to know
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Wineology—a wine flight tasting and food pairing event—is the event’s finale. Attendees will explore their palette for new wine favorites provided by United-Johnson Brothers while enjoying delicious hors d’oeuvres from Sysco Foods.

Giving back to the community

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FeedBHM is one of the many organizations BRW supports. (Birmingham Restaurant Week)

Presented by Spire, BRW helps connect the Birmingham community to its local restaurants.

“Birmingham’s culinary and beverage industry and its residents have been through a rough couple of years of heartbreak due to the COVID-19 pandemic, nationwide labor shortages, product shortages and inflation. Birmingham Restaurant Week 2023 – Winter Edition is a high note for everyone.

Our goal is to promote locally owned restaurants and provide assistance to them where we are able to. Without our restaurants, the vibrancy of our culinary community will diminish.”

Bill Stoeffhaas, co-founder of BRW and owner of Style Advertising

In addition to benefiting the restaurant community each edition, BRW gives back to a food-based nonprofit. Since 2010, BRW has donated over $100,000 to local nonprofits and community organizations like FeedBHM, Manna Ministries and Firehouse Ministries.

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