Are you looking for food allergy friendly restaurants in Birmingham? Not only do these restaurants provide allergy-free foods—they serve a slice of the ordinary, a plate of belonging, and a rare opportunity to feel like a normal person in a restaurant.
Here are our top 10 picks for food allergy friendly spots in Birmingham.
Finch Fine Wines held it’s grand opening and ribbon cutting on November 19 at the Mountain Brook Plaza ( 2737 U.S. Highway 280 South) in front of an overflowing crowd with Mountain Brook Mayor Stewart Welch in attendance.
Love Thanksgiving, but aren’t looking forward to all the food prep and clean up? Well guess what, you can make it easy on yourself this year, while still enjoying a delicious holiday meal, by going out to eat. Here are just a few of the restaurants that will be open on Thanksgiving Day in Birmingham.
Cooking and eating healthy around the holidays can be tough—the pie! the cookies! the casseroles!—but it doesn’t have to be impossible. We spoke with a few Birmingham foodies about staying healthy during the most wonderful time of the year.
A new Mountain Brook restaurant is ready to take you into the 2020s by taking you back to the 1920s. JP Holland, owner and executive chef at Fig Tree, plans to open Watkins Branch Bourbon and Brasserie next month.
The speakeasy theme creates the perfect setting to send you into the next decade.
You’ve heard of Tre Luna Restaurant in Hoover, and if you’re lucky, you’ve eaten there. The restaurant offers a variety of Italian-inspired dishes like homemade pastas and pizzas, plus an exciting list of wines, beers and specialty cocktails. But did you know they also offer catering services that will make throwing a party a snap?
Here’s a behind the scenes peek at the menu and services of Tre Luna Catering, and how the owners have worked to make the business a growing local success in Birmingham.
It’s gonna be cold in Birmingham this weekend, and what better way to warm up than with a nice comforting bowl of chicken soup. Since I grew up in a house where chicken soup was referred to as “Jewish penicillin,” it’s my ultimate go-to for when someone’s sick.
It’s also the most comforting thing I can imagine eating when the weather turns really cold, like it’s about to do this weekend.