3 reasons why you need to try Evelyn’s Southern Fare

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Evelyn’s Southern Fare owners Christie Lowe and Chef Chris Melville. Photo via Claire Hancock for Bham Now

Nestled in the heart of Mountain Brook’s English Village, Evelyn’s Southern Fare is the new chapter of a new local favorite. It’s time to re-introduce yourself to the restaurant formerly known as Bobby Carl’s Table on the corner of Cahaba Road.

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Want to buy the perfect holiday gift? Shop local at these 3 open house events in Mountain Brook, Nov. 14-Dec. 5

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Shopping at the Villages during the Holiday Open Houses! Photo submitted by Mountain Brook Chamber

If you want to get your holiday shopping done early while supporting local businesses, come out to the Mountain Brook Villages November 14–December 5 for three Holiday Open House events.

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Exclusive preview: Bobby Carl’s Table, your grandmother’s comfort food in English Village

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Left to right – Bobby Carl’s Table Trey McLemore, Christie Lowe and Tim Lowe. Photo by Pat Byington for Bham Now

The wait is over. This weekend, Bobby Carl’s Table, a new classic southern food restaurant, will be holding a soft opening at it’s Mountain Brook English Village location ( 2031 Cahaba Road).

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Signs, signs everywhere a sign – remembering Birmingham’s railroad history

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“Signs, signs everywhere a sign…” ~ Five Man Electrical Band

James Lowery
James Lowery

If you have been traveling throughout Birmingham, you’ve probably seen a few of these signs designating past locations of the Birmingham Mineral Railroad.

“The railroad is still with us.  This is the undergirding history of Birmingham.” ~  James Lowery, Project Coordinator of the Historic Birmingham Mineral Railroad Signs Project.

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