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.
Crestwood Coffee Company/Cafe is stepping forward to help Urban Standard staff recover after the downtown coffeehouse closed for repairs earlier this month because of a fire.
Tomorrow, Wednesday, January 25th, from 6:30am to 2:00pm, Crestwood Coffee Company/Cafe will be donating all tips to Urban Standard staff. Along with the tips given by patrons, Crestwood Coffee will also match the donated tips.
The hit sandwiches and Dorito Nachos are making a comeback on one of the busiest places of Birmingham metro!
The original 280 location sat near Full Moon BBQ, but closed in 2014, but a comeback is what Bham is known for 😉
Following his roots, Colby Conklin says beginning his own restaurant in Birmingham just makes sense.
Winter Restaurant Week is only two days away! With over 25 participating restaurants, you’ll see some of your favorites eateries showing off their favorite dishes. Don’t know if you’ll be trying it out? Here are 5 reasons you should be taking advantage of these deals.
Nothing is sweeter than some fresh, homemade doughnuts. If you’re like me, I am sure I had you at the word doughnut. Lucky for you, Bham has a variety of shops to buy these delicious pastries! Check out these 4 must-try Doughnut shops.
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3 Days and Counting. You won’t want to miss your chance to explore a variety of Bham eateries and your favorite food scene. Starting this Friday, January 20th, this event will continue until January 29th. Enjoy 10 days of deals, dining, and discovery this Winter Restaurant Week. Continue reading “Bham’s Winter Restaurant Week is almost here”
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From Homewood to Nashville, this locally owned restaurant just keeps on expanding. Homewood’s very own Little Donkey is opening up their newest location along U.S. 280 later this year.
The first half of my Very Southern Snow Day has been spent gutting fish and encasing a bottle of vodka in ice for after dinner drinks with my guests. Today seemed like the perfect opportunity to really get in touch with my Russian roots. I couldn’t change my menu too much for tonight, but what I really want to make was cornbread.
Cornbread might be one of my favorite baked goods, at least to make, mostly because it doesn’t require precision. Many of you, judging by what was completely gone from the shelves at Publix, will be indulging in some chili tonight, or similar hot liquid concoction. And while that will warm your body, you need to warm your heart and your soul. That’s where the cornbread comes in. And while I put mine in the oven, if you lose power tonight, this can be done on the stove if you have a heavy lid for your skillet. I also recommend some local cornmeal, found here.