Redemptive Cycles Trample to East Lake Park. Photo by Kristina O’Quinn via Facebook
East Lake is one of those parts of town you might not get to much if you don’t live over there. And, it’s home to some happenin’ spots you’re gonna want to check out.
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Stephen Tolbert, one of the owners of East 59 Vintage and Cafe. Photo via Kristina O’Quinn for Bham Now
Need a chai latte to spice up a chilly morning? How about a harvest apple panini made with homemade apple butter using apples from the Urban Food Project? How about a unique gift for your friend’s birthday? Here’s how:
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photo via Kristina O’Quinn for Bham Now
Did you know there’s a diner in the basement of the East Lake United Methodist Church? Juanita Jones and Mitchell Nash tell us how this small business serves up a heaping helping of love, right in the heart of East Lake!
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Mark and Liz Whidden, owners of Massey Mercantile
With longer days and temps on the rise, many are wondering where to get vegetable plants and seeds to start their gardens. Mark and Liz Whidden would love to help you with your spring veggie plans at 7752 1st AVE N in East Lake.
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