On Thursday, Sept. 24, the Alabama Beverage Control Board announced that the 11PM cutoff for alcohol sales will expire. Keep reading to learn more about their decision and what it means for Birmingham bars and restaurants.Continue reading “Alabama businesses will soon be allowed to serve alcohol after 11PM again”
October 24, 2019 @ 3:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Finally the long awaited day has arrived, and we going to open our doors October 24th! Join us for the brews and food you’ve all been waiting so patiently for.
Good news, all you suburbians of Birmingham, AL. A long-time local favorite, Carrigan’s Public House, is opening a new location in Mountain Brook later this year! We’ve got all the details here.Continue reading “Birmingham favorite Carrigan’s Public House is coming to Mountain Brook”
A new island themed restaurant and bar is now open in the Birmingham neighborhood of Avondale. The Thirsty Donkey, owned and operated by Greg and Kathy Stein offers a relaxed tropical island experience (without the air miles) at 4100 4th Avenue South. Read on for more info and photos.Continue reading “The Thirsty Donkey now open in Avondale. Comfort food, cocktails and weekend brunch with tropical island flair (Photos)”
O Revel in Romance. Via: The Nick Rocks FB page.
Are you that person that moves on from a popular place as soon as it’s considered the “in” spot to hang out…always on the lookout for the next cool place before anyone else has caught on?
We’re not just going out for drinks anymore, people. We’re going out for experiences.
Lakeview will soon host another pizza joint sure to entice your inner foodie.
Heat Pizza Bar will fit in perfectly on the corner of 7th Ave. South and 29th Street – yes, the old Rare Martini space.
News of the adult entertainment venue eyeing Alabama came last night to the Hoover Sun and the anticipation can now begin.
Based in Dallas, Dave and Busters includes a restaurant and massive arcade area, with 90 locations in 36 states.
Can you guess where they want to place its Alabama location?
Birmingham is known for its unique bars and restaurants. That means the creation of new products and experiences are necessary for those companies that have been around for quite some time.
After renovations, the bar Steel 1st and 23rd is dropping the “Steel” and transforming into a piano bar.
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.
Once again the bar at Highlands is in the national spotlight.
This not only accredits the great reviews the restaurant has received, but it shows that Birmingham as a whole is increasing in popularity.