Several popular Birmingham restaurants, including Urban Standard, Perry’s Steakhouse, Black Market Grill, Fifes Restaurant and Crestwood Tavern received 95 and above on their health inspection scores over the past 30 days.
Starbucks recently opened its 11th Community Store and first in Alabama at Birmingham’s Crossplex Village in Ensley/Five Points West. Continue reading “Starbucks opens 11th Community Store in the U.S. at Crossplex Village in Birmingham’s Five Points West. Here’s what you need to know.”
If you’re looking for free WiFi in the Birmingham-metro area, here’s our list of 27 spots (some with multiple locations) where you can park yourself and your laptop.
If you haven’t stopped by Homewood’s cutest new coffee shop, we’re here to show you what you’re missing. Read more about Caveat here.
Drive through the Caveat window and get a free coffee the next time you visit! Get all the deets on Homewood’s newest coffee shop here.
Maybe you have noticed that Octane in Homewood on Central Avenue isn’t…well…isn’t Octane any more. Southern coffee powerhouse, Revelator, owner of Octane, made some changes and opened an intimate, personal restaurant called Sweet Jon’s Café.
Lucy’s Coffee & Tea, one of Birmingham’s most beloved coffee shops is celebrating their 25th Anniversary today.
The holidays have passed, football season’s wrapped up…friends and relatives are all back home. As we settle back in to regular work weeks, and the routine returns, it’s nice to have small things to look forward to.
Big things are always happening in Birmingham. From a world-praised culinary scene and incredible art museums and galleries to unique, locally-owned shops and more, something new is always taking shape before our eyes. Birmingham has always been several steps ahead of most cities in the state of Alabama, and while locals have always known about the many treasures this town has to offer, the world is finally starting to truly take notice and realize, hey, that place is really cool! Continue reading “Birmingham sparks attention from Nylon magazine”
Now this doesn’t happen everyday. Vogue Magazine, the leading periodical worldwide for fashion, featured Birmingham as a place to visit.
Did you notice the long lines, sometimes 400 people deep, Wednesday morning in Hoover? The Whole Foods grand opening in the former Riverchase Village brought out huge crowds. Hoover has eagerly awaited the opening of the organic-grocery giant for almost 3 years.
Birmingham coffee lovers have embraced cold brew coffee as a new way to get their jolt of caffeine.
This isn’t simply iced coffee. It’s a smooth artisan cup of Joe that takes time.
Luck Cat Rolled Cream is amazing and need a full store. If you were “lucky” enough to head over to Saturn last Sunday, you already know why. If not, follow them on Facebook to track when they’ll open their next pop-up, because you don’t want to miss this! Continue reading “Lucky Cat Rolled Cream popped up at Saturn and Rojo last week, the feedback explains why it should have a full store”
I’ve posted before supporting Birmingham cycling, so when I got the opportunity to work on the upcoming Bike to Work Day, I jumped, exams or no exams! Continue reading “Birmingham’s Bike to Work Day is May 19th: what you need to know”
All morning long there has been smiles and hugs between employees and long time customers, as Urban Standard, the popular downtown coffeehouse and cafe on 2nd Avenue North, opened its doors for the first time since a January fire forced the business to temporarily close.