When we think about people in the Birmingham area who are “Bold Movers”, Will Lochamy and Scott Register are two people who come to mind.
It’s been 11 months since the last Girl Scout cookie sale. You just pulled out your last box of thin mint cookies, you stored in your freezer from last year’s booth sale. Like clock work, your stomach grumbles…. you know it’s that time of year again. It’s Girl Scout cookie season!
This weekend, Girl Scouts throughout North Central Alabama will be holding GS cookie booth sales in front of local businesses.
Fife’s Restaurant, a Birmingham culinary institution, has been recognized in the national online publication Travel and Leisure’s “Best Cheap Eats” guide.
It’s a big day for a handful of Birmingham culinary professionals. Five chefs and one restaurant have been nominated as semifinalists for the James Beard Awards.
These awards are considered to be the highest honor for food and beverage professionals in America. This is an exciting time for the food scene in Birmingham and Alabama, and I am thrilled for these folks!
Within the next week, one major development will be serving Birminghamian’s with its unique food stalls, and another will be serving its “delicatessen’s”, originally from Homewood.
Both are quite near each other and anticipating its openings inside our booming foodie culture; The Pizitz and O’Carr’s.
You don’t have to fly to California to learn about wine. Although Bham is home to quite a few premier wine shops, real wineries exist extremely close by. Check out these wineries where you can get your wine tasting fix.
Tom Sheffer, the owner of Jackson’s Bar & Bistro and Avo & Dram looks to open quite a different style of restaurant service in Edgewood.
“Soda Jerk” will feature finger foods and serve to the everyday consumer.
On January 11th, Jews in Birmingham and around the world will be sitting down to the first seder of the secular year. It isn’t Passover just yet.
It is Tu B’Shvat (usually pronounced: Too Bish-vat), the New Year of the Trees. There are technically 4 different New Year’s celebrations in Judaism which take place at the start of or in the middle of Jewish months.
Valentine’s Day is just around the corner and you probably want to treat that special someone to a lovely meal. Birmingham restaurants are gearing towards this sweet holiday by offering amazing menus for the occasion. Here are 5 menus that will definitely make you go yum.
Birmingham has plenty of places for you to enjoy the happiest hour of the day. Here are a few more to add to your list of great deals.
One does not fully grasp the concept of Atomic Bar and Lounge by just reading this post, but let me try to give you a little taste.
If you are familiar with the Edgewood area, you’ve must have stopped by Sam’s Deli and Grill. This staple sandwich stop is definitely a part of the Homewood community, so it is no surprise that when they needed help the city was behind them.
Pepper Place “Winter Market” – Jan. 28th to April 1st – hosts local farmers and vendors focused on winter goods!
It is always impressive to see the growth of small business owners in the Bham community. Bare Naked Noodles is one of those sweet success stories. This Southern Italian cafe offers the freshest fare around and is getting more and more popular in Birmingham.
How long will it be till Birmingham is truly known as a “foodie city”?
As more restaurants pop up around the Magic City, our chances go up, especially when the flavor is quite authentic.