February is a month of celebrations, including Black History Month and Mardi Gras, which falls on February 16th this year. Celebrating Carnival looks different because of Covid-19, but enjoying King Cake is still the same. Keep reading to see where you can get your King Cake in Birmingham and what other royal treats you can find, too.Continue reading “Get the royal treatment with King Cake from these 9 local businesses”
Don’t wait on Peter Cotton Tail to fill those Easter baskets for you. Instead, load ’em up with goodies and gifts from these local companies in Birmingham.
New eateries are opening in Trussville daily, are you up to speed? Here are some places to dine that are officially open for business, plus some that are currently in the works.
It’s hard to pass up delicious breads and baked goods. So don’t! Live a little and check out seven of the top bakeries in Birmingham.
Big things are happening in Trussville this year as the city undergoes a huge revitalization project. Continue reading “Trussville’s revitalization project has officially begun: here’s what’s opening!”
Are you a chocolate lover? If not, maybe that special someone is. Or maybe treating ourselves on Valentines Day to a really decadent chocolate treat is just the medicine we need!
So you want to ruin someone’s diet. The good news is that this is a great city to cheat on a diet with. The bad news is that you might not know the best spots. We’re here to help, with a series of guides to bakeries around Birmingham! (Because if you’re going to cheat on the diet, why not make sure the whole office cheats, too?) This round, we’re focusing on Downtown – the urban center.