You know where to find us on Saturday, February 23. Photo via Alabama Coffee Fest Facebook
Seven hours of coffee tasting, pastry eating, live music listening and latte art making? Count. Us. In. This Saturday, February 23, from 9AM to 4PM, the Alabama Multicultural Organization (AMOR) will be hosting the
second annual Alabama Coffee Fest at Cahaba Brewing Company. Here’s what you can expect: Continue reading “What to expect from Birmingham’s Alabama Coffee Fest Feb. 23 at Cahaba Brewing”
What’s hot cocoa without the toasted marshmallow? Photo by Hilary Meares of Bham Now
When the weather outside is getting chillier by the second, there’s no better way to keep the cold at bay then our favorite winter beverage, the hot chocolate. Nothing warms our hands (and hearts) quicker than a hot cup of cocoa, and these spots happen to serve some of the best cocoa in town.
Continue reading “3 spots in Birmingham that serve life-changing hot cocoa, plus some honorable mentions”
The first customers at Filter-Coffee Parlor which opened at January 7, 2019 in Five Points South. Photo by Pat Byington for Bham Now
Filter – Coffee Parlor opened this morning in Five Points South, promptly at 6:00AM.
Continue reading “A new gathering place: Filter – Coffee Parlor opens in the heart of Five Points South”
A new self-serve bar concept is coming to Birmingham. Photo via McAdory Taps
The countdown to 2019 has officially begun. What can you expect during the new year in Birmingham? Restaurant openings, of course! Here’s a look at what will be enhancing Birmingham’s food and drink scene in 2019.
Continue reading “10+ restaurants opening in Birmingham in 2019, including Mile End Deli”
Ranelli’s on 20th Street near 5 Points in Birmingham. Photo by Pat Byington for Bham Now
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.
Continue reading “Woodlawn Cycle Cafe, Yo’Mama’s, Ranelli’s among restaurants receiving 95 and above inspection scores this past month”
Hot tea can be found all over Birmingham
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.
Continue reading “5 spots to get your hot tea fix in Birmingham, including Piper and Leaf”
Anthony Bunger is the manager at Seeds Coffee Shop in Lakeview on 7th Avenue. Photo by Holly Moore
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.
Continue reading “Seeds Coffee Co. in Lakeview is not a Birmingham Repeat”
Filter – Coffee Parlor will serve coffee and food items to Birmingham’s Five Points South.
There’s a new local coffee shop coming to Five Points South in Birmingham, and it’s taking the place of the former Starbucks location on 11th Ave S. Get ready for Filter – Coffee Parlor.
Continue reading “Filter – Coffee Parlor to open in Birmingham’s Five Points South this December”
Crestwood Tavern. Photo by Pat Byington for Bham Now
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.
Continue reading “Urban Standard, Perry’s Steakhouse, Crestwood Tavern among restaurants receiving 95 and above inspection scores this past month”
Mayor Randall Woodfin with the Starbucks employees at the new Starbucks at Crossplex Village in Ensley Five Points West. Photo by Starbucks.
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.”
Urban Standard fuels Birmingham with coffee, food and WiFi. Photo via Urban Standard
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.
Continue reading “27 coffee shops (and more) in Birmingham with free WiFi”
Via Caveat Coffee’s Facebook
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.
Continue reading “A peek into Homewood’s new coffee shop Caveat”
If the outside looks this good, we can’t wait to see the inside! (Via Bham Now)
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.
Continue reading “Homewood’s newest coffeeshop Caveat opens drive thru for business”
Photo: Mary Fehr ,www.mfehrphotography.com.
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.
Continue reading “Revelator opens Sweet Jon’s ; intimate, personal cafe in Homewood’s old Octane”
Lucy Bonds, owner of Lucy’s Coffee and Tea
Lucy’s Coffee & Tea, one of Birmingham’s most beloved coffee shops is celebrating their 25th Anniversary today.
Continue reading “We love Lucy’s. Twenty-five years of building community”