Alabama’s first Dave & Buster’s will open to the public on Monday, November 19th at the Riverchase Galleria.
Pumpkin pie—it’s a Thanksgiving classic. This year, I’m giving mine a local twist and some extra oomph with a dark chocolate layer made with Match single origin cocoa powder, produced locally in Birmingham.Continue reading “Thanksgiving recipe: Black Bottom Pumpkin Pie with local Match cocoa powder”
Birmingham District Brewing Co. opened its doors to the public on Saturday, Nov. 10, 2018, in The Battery, located at 2201 Second Avenue South. Here’s what you missed. And hey, it’s hump day—so it’s the perfect time to start planning an outing.Continue reading “The recap: Birmingham District Brewing Co. grand opening at The Battery in Southside”
Have you ever taken a store-bought pie, transferred it into one of your favorite pie dishes, and warmed it up in the oven before proudly presenting it to your guests as a homemade pie? It’s okay, we won’t tell anyone. Especially if you plan to do that for your entire Thanksgiving dinner. In which case, you’ve come to the right place.Continue reading “Buy Thanksgiving dinner pre-made this year — Don’t worry, we won’t tell anyone”
The city is thirsty, and the wait for the much-anticipated Birmingham District Brewing Co. is almost over. The brewery and taproom opens its doors at The Battery (the historic BEBCO building on 2nd Avenue South) on Saturday, Nov. 10 at 5 p.m. Bham Now has the scoop, including the brewmaster responsible for scaling up the founders’ home brew recipes.Continue reading “9 things to know about Birmingham District Brewing Co. at The Battery, opening Saturday, Nov. 10”
Several popular Birmingham area restaurants, including popular neighborhood places such as Woodlawn Cycle Cafe and Ranelli’s received 95 and above on their health inspection scores over the past 30 days.
There’s a lot to love about the holidays, but all the planning can be … a lot. Or, you can just make plans to celebrate at Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille in Birmingham. From Thanksgiving family dinner to a hot date night for New Year’s Eve, from private parties to gift giving, Perry’s pulls it off scrumptiously.
Nothing says fall better than apple cider donuts. Yum! So grab a donut pan and scoot on into the kitchen because this baked apple cider donut recipe is both easy and delicious.
New eateries are opening in Trussville daily, are you up to speed? Here are some places to dine that are officially open for business, plus some that are currently in the works.
The weather has officially turned cool. What could be better than a hot tea to keep you warm and cozy during the chilly weather? Here are five spots to get your hot tea fix in Birmingham.
Before Seeds Coffee Co. came to the Lakeview District, there wasn’t a coffeehouse or breakfast place on the busy corner of 7th Avenue and 29th Street. Seeds Coffee Co. saw the need and filled it.
Did you know that Birmingham has its own local meal delivery service? Long before any other options came to town, The TakeOut Bham brought meal delivery to the Magic City, and they’ve been running the show ever since. Started in September 2010 , The TakeOut Bham was the first meal delivery service in Birmingham and the state. The customer service is fantastic, and they’re giving you guys a deal.
Last week in part 1, Barby Toro shared her story of emigration from Cuba. Now, in part 2, Luis Toro tells us about his Colombian heritage. And it all leads to Wasabi Juan’s, home of the sushi burrito, in Birmingham.Continue reading “Celebrating Hispanic heritage with Barby and Luis Toro of Wasabi Juan’s, part 2”
On Sunday, October 14th, the 16th annual Breakin’ Bread came together to celebrate this region’s food and local cuisine. Hosted at its original location of Pepper Place, quite the crowd came out to support all the Birmingham foodies as well as the makers.
It’s one of the oldest barbecue competitions in Birmingham, and it is all for a good cause. Children’s Harbor is a local nonprofit that provides essential free services to seriously ill children and their families. Come out to see Vulcan Materials Company throw down with more than 30 corporate teams at the 22nd Annual Pig Iron BBQ Challenge at the Hoover Met on Friday, October 19 from 5 to 8 p.m. Tickets are $20 and kids 12 and under get in free.Continue reading “Pig Iron BBQ Challenge on Oct. 19 supports Children’s Harbor. Vulcan Materials Company participates for 22nd year. Get the deets here.”