I can’t quite decide which part of this meal seems the tastiest. Photo via Crestline Bagel’s Facebook page
If you’ve been waiting for the right reason to visit Cahaba Heights, wait no more. If you haven’t been there for a while, you’ll be surprised at all the ways this little area continues to grow and change. And if you’re considering refinancing or buying a new home,
Caliber Home Loans, located in Cahaba Heights near the intersection of Crosshaven and Green Valley, can help. Continue reading “7 reasons to visit Cahaba Heights, including tasty food + 4 new developments”
The proposed view of the upcoming development in Cahaba Heights. Rendering via Architecture Works
Cahaba Heights, the
cute little part of Vestavia between Mountain Brook and Birmingham’s Cahaba neighborhood, has a new development around the corner. Fresh Hospitality, the company behind some of Birmingham’s favorite local restaurants, is working on a new mixed-use development. Learn more. Continue reading “New mixed-use development coming to Cahaba Heights”
Jennifer and Ralph Yarbrough owners of Crestline Bagel Company, Photo by Pat Byington
Earlier this winter, Delish.com named its
50 Best Bagel Shops in America. Not surprising to longtime Birmingham residents, the popular digital site about all things food named the Crestline Bagel Company as the premier bagel shop in Alabama.
Continue reading “Crestline Bagel Company named best in Alabama; now prepares to open second store”
(Thanks to Yelp users for this pic.)
Fresco is celebrating its one-month anniversary! Get the scoop on Birmingham’s newest Mexican restaurant featuring made-from-scratch ingredients.
Continue reading “Fresco: Cahaba Height’s newest FRESH Mexican restaurant”
Fig Tree Cafe, a “hidden gem tucked away in Cahaba Heights” has expanded in more ways than one.
According to a recent announcement, the cafe is now offering an expanded menu and larger area to enjoy their delicious eats.
via Mary Catherine
Continue reading “Expansions for the Fig Tree Cafe will put this quaint cafe on the Bham map”