Birmingham Restaurant Week is July 20-29—everything you need to know


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Get ready! (Birmingham Restaurant Week)

Foodies, get ready. Birmingham Restaurant Week, presented by Spire, is back for the 2023 Summer Edition, July 20-29. For 10 days, enjoy deals on everything from southern comfort food and fine dining to delicious cocktails and desserts. Keep reading to plan out your ultimate foodie week.

P.S. We’re hosting a $500 foodie giveaway with BRW open now until Friday, July, 21—enter here.

The countdown is on to Birmingham Restaurant Week 2023

There’s a reason The Magic City is one of the top culinary destinations in the state. Ready to dig in and support over 50 local restaurants, bars, coffee shops, food trucks and more? Here are the deets.

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  • When: July 20-29 at participating restaurants
  • What: Breakfast, lunch & dinner menus ranging from $5-$50
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Check this out: Diners can search participating restaurants and their special menus on the BRW website via the Eat/Drink page powered by Bham Now. Users can view participating businesses by neighborhood, meal, price point, service or other desired option to aid in planning their BRW culinary plan of attack.

Who’s participating + how it works

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All you have to do once you arrive at participating locations is come hungry, ask for the BRW menu and enjoy. Here are a few participating spots:

More restaurants include:

Celebrate with these fun events

Preview Party

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The kickoff event. (Birmingham Restaurant Week)

Kick off BRW and get a sneak peek at what participating restaurants will be serving on their menus. More than 10 restaurants will serve a signature bite alongside drinks from Tito’s Handmade Vodka, Stella Artois and Wicked Weed with Adams Beverages, United Johnson Brothers of Alabama, Red Diamond Coffee and Tea and Coca-Cola United.

  • When: Tuesday, July 18 | 5-8PM
  • Where: Sloss Furnaces, 20 32nd St. N., Birmingham, AL 35205
  • Cost: $30
  • Tickets: Now sold out

Food Truck Pop-Up Park

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The 2nd edition of this event. (Birmingham Restaurant Week)

The 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.

In addition to good eats, this foodtopia will have seating, free on-street parking, music and entertainment, portaloos and a beer tasting Happy Hour from 4 to 6 p.m. with free samples of Stella Artois and Wicked Weed provided by Adams Beverages.


Get a look at Birmingham’s newest venue, Urban Parc, and enjoy a wine flight tasting event featuring wine provided by United Johnson Brothers of Alabama and hors d’oeuvres from Sysco Foods. Attendees will sample five wines with five food pairings and can choose one full complimentary glass of wine. Count me in!

This modern event space not only includes a rooftop and flower bar, but also has an arcade with vintage games to enjoy right in the heart of Five Points South. Sysco’s Culinary Specialist Lindsey Noto King and Urban Parc Executive Chef Paire Cobb will collaborate on the menu, showcasing Urban Parc’s menu along with some special surprises. Complimentary valet parking will be provided by Parking Professionals.

  • When: Tuesday, August 1 | 5-8PM
  • Where: Urban Parc, 1006 20th St. S., Birmingham, AL 35205
  • Cost: $30
  • Tickets

Good eats for a good cause

Presented by Spire, BRW helps connect the community to local restaurants and benefits Birmingham’s restaurant community, but also gives back to a food-based nonprofit. This edition will benefit Community Kitchens Birmingham, a local food bank which operates two kitchens in Birmingham—in Woodlawn and Southside—where more than 44,000 meals are prepared each year for those in need in the community.

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