This upcoming week has a lot to do, from a food park’s grand opening to the 4th of July! Reminder: band names link to music, so make sure your workplace won’t mind (or hear).
On Friday, the Birmingham food movement made national news when TIME Inc. announced they were moving Food & Wine, one of the most respected food magazines in the nation from New York to the Magic City.
Food and Wine, one of the most respected food magazines in the country is moving from New York to Birmingham.
When you’re on the go, there’s nothing better than a fresh smoothie to get you through the day. Sometimes it can be hard to find a smoothie that isn’t full of sugar. However, here’s three Birmingham smoothie joints that offer delicious and healthy options.
The best bargain in town? Try the MAX Transit’s Lakeview Local.
Want to tour the region’s finest breweries and hip restaurants for a good cause?
Last week, CraftBeer.com‘s Nora McGunnigle wrote a great post about places that helped change their local beer scene.
Concerts, networking, art galleries, the great outdoors – Birmingham has it all!
Find out what’s hot in Birmingham this upcoming week right here, or check out our full event calendar. As always, assume artist links will play sound!
Have you ever found yourself missing out on fresh produce because you can’t make it to a local Farmer’s Market? If so, Community Supported Agriculture (CSA) just might be for you.
When life gets busy and meal planning falls through the cracks, often you look for a quick, convenient dining option. But, eating out can be unsatisfying when healthy meal options are hard to come by. If you ever find yourself looking for a delicious, filling salad in Birmingham, then this guide is for you.
Top 12 isn’t half bad. According to Buzzfeed, Birmingham is making waves in the foodie world.
Temperatures are rising as summertime in Birmingham gets closer. It is time to combat the Alabama humidity with ice cream. Here’s your guide to ice cream shops in Birmingham.
Late last Thursday night, running until 3:00 a.m. Friday morning, May 25 and 26, Marty’s PM on Southside showcased a Kyoto Yakitori pop-up.
Over the course of the five-hour pop-up kitchen, Kyoto Yakitori served more than 160 orders of authentic Japanese street food to a crowd that packed Marty’s PM even past the last order.
Another popular Magic City restaurant or in this case “joint” received accolades from a national online publication.
Land and Sea, the perfect combo in both word play and eatery, provides path for Snapper Grabbers to appeal to more consumers.
Owners Pam and Kent Scott describe the new concept.