Where can you get a full breakfast of eggs, bacon, grits and toast for four dollars?! Made to order just for you? Or do you need a full spread for an event? Chef Tony Bayles tells us all about Bayles Catering Services in Woodlawn. This just might be Woodlawn’s best-kept breakfast secret, and our small business post of the week! Continue reading “Small business Monday – focus on Bayles Catering Services”
Did you know that Ghost Train Brewing Company is Birmingham’s first lagering brewery? Or that they benefit Coosa Riverkeeper and the Literacy Council? Find out all about this small business as Patrick Small gives us the ins and outs of Birmingham’s newest spot for craft beer and community!
Do you like to make a difference in the lives of others? How about if your purchase of clothing or gifts helped liberate a woman from human trafficking? Melissa Kendrick tells us about how her dream of dignified work for people around the world became a reality with her business, Sojourns. Continue reading “Small Business Monday – Spotlight on Sojourns”
If you’ve been in Woodlawn in the past, let’s say fifty years or so, you’ve seen our small business of the week, City Meats and Vegetables. Thousands of people every day pass the store at the corner of 1st AVE N and 55th Place. Current owner, Randy Newell, shared the ins and outs of this small business with Bham Now. Continue reading “Small Business Monday – Spotlight on City Meats”