When you think of comfort food is it a classic, reliable steak-house burger or some soul-food inspired mac-n-cheese? For me, in the winter months when I want a warm, satisfying, spicy chicken and rice-and-beans comfort meal with amazing flavorful bread, it’s definitely Indian cuisine. Now there is a fast-casual option at the Pizitz Food Fall, that makes it quick and easy to get your Indian food craving met, Silver Kati!
In early February, The Preservery Bham will open in REV Birmingham’s Reveal Kitchen space in the Pizitz food hall. The Reveal Kitchen space presents an opportunity for culinary graduates of the REV and Create Birmingham’s CO.STARTERS program a chance to open their dream restaurant before they secure a permanent location in Birmingham.
Farm Bowl + Juice Company opened a week ago and have been suppperrr busy even in the frigid temperatures. But they’re not the only ones in town. See all Bham’s juice companies here!
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.
New franchises, basketball as you don’t get to see every day, Russian ballet, and lots of classes! Find out what’s going on in Birmingham in the second January event guide.
It’s big. It’s bad. And it serves breakfast. Who are we talking about? The incredible Big Bad Breakfast of course! Continue reading “Big Bad Breakfast set to open second location in downtown Homewood”
Red Mountain Entertainment’s Birmingham Winter Beer Fest is back. Act fast to get early bird pricing.
It seems hard to remember a time when there wasn’t a plethora of cool craft beers to search out and enjoy. Saturday, Feb. 3, at the BJCC, the hunt for your favorite brew will be even easier. Grab your crew and join us! Continue reading “2nd Annual Birmingham Winter Beer Fest 2018, 60+ breweries, food and music”
The final match-up is upon us. Monday, Jan. 8, the No. 3 Georgia Bulldogs are preparing to take on the No. 4 Alabama Crimson Tide in the College Football Playoff National Championship. It’s sure to be an exciting night across Birmingham. Here are a few places to watch the big game.
Many of us have New Year’s resolutions that involve eating healthy. However, we couldn’t resist these amazing B’hamburgers. Yes, this city excels at gourmet food, but we make a mean burger as well!
After spending time with family and friends, watching Alabama and Auburn bowl games and eating all those holiday goodies, it might be time to jump back in to a healthy routine. There are some simple ways to do just that. Check out these Birmingham healthy meal options, and our tips to start 2018 on a healthy foot.
When pedal buses such as Birmingham Pedal Tours first hit the streets, the City Council flat out refused to let them drink while riding. The concerns the Council brought up were that the buses would slow traffic to a crawl even without drunk peddlers. This week, City Council members Mike Fliegel and Julie Barnard proposed scrapping that restriction. What does that mean for Birmingham beer enthusiasts?
If you aren’t celebrating Christmas, just need a change from turkey or want to get out for a bit after the gift-giving, check out these Birmingham area places that are open for business on Christmas Day
Originating in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, Walk-On’s Bistreaux & Bar plans several new locations in Birmingham. The sports themed restaurant and bar with a family friendly environment and a cajun flavor, will be another lively spot to enjoy a good meal, and to watch our favorite teams play. Continue reading “Walk-On’s, sports bar from Louisiana plans 3 locations in Birmingham”