Mother’s Day Market

Get mom the gift she deserves this year at our Mother’s Day Market! We’ve teamed up with 50 local artisans, vendors, makers, and creators for a day full of food, shopping, cocktails, and excellent craft beer.
Kayjuns Food Truck
Crawdaddy’s (Crawfish Boil)
Maggie’s Farm
JD & The Man, 12 – 3
Dirty Mirrors, 3 – 5
Gerald’s Daughters
Sachai Tea Company
Forge Chiropractic
Charm on 2nd
Pearl’s Goods, Cutitupsnippit
thimbletree studio
TandM WoodCraft
Woodlawn Jewelry Co
Trvl Love Koffee
By Madeline Rose
Eden Valley Farm
Market 46 Bakery
Wiener Brothers Co
Jennifer Coggin Art
Richardson Axeworks
SoulShine Designs
a.edge designs
Nana Bakes LLC
Phyllis Creations
Thrifty Things and Earrings
Dazey Designs
Cottage Industry Soap Company
by BellaBlue
Bsquared Blocks
Simply Sonequa Poundcake’s
Seaside Crafts and art bt HEM
el.en collection
Claire Godbee Art
Wax&Tin Candles
Be Gold Love
Delphie By Paige
Twisted Peacock co
Sophie McVicar
Momo’s Cakes
Soul Spirit Jewelry
Cala Coffee Company
K. Nicole Art
Holy’istic Health & Wellness LLC
Morgan Cocke Art
WildFox Tea & Apothecary
Golden Peonies Designs
Knotty by Nature
Cathy Robbins Design

Do Dah Day Kick Off Crawfish Boil

It’s that time of the year again! The Do Dah Day Kick-Off Crawfish Boil is here. Join us at Cahaba Brewing Company. Crawdaddy’s will cook up a crawfish boil from 1-5 pm! Crawfish is $12 a pound! Join us for the fun and entertainment, too!

Pour Us Another: Celebrating Woman and Craft Beer

‘Pour Us Another: Celebrating Women and Craft Beer’ is a FREE event focused on making craft beer more welcoming to all women. This event is a collab with our favorite Craft Beer Fairy, Ashley Monroe (Brewed Black Girl). With Ashley, we’ve created an event that’s all women everything with women-owned food trucks, vendors, live music, and more!
We’ll be featuring three beers at this event, the VP KamaLager (Hoppy Lager collab with the Pink Boots Society), the HBIC Floral IPA (a honey India Pale Ale collab with the Lumbar), and our seasonal DD’s Cherry Hibiscus Sour (a portion of the proceeds donated to BCRFA).
We’ll also have a Women of Craft Beer Panel moderated by Sarah Ferguson (Redmont Distilling) and featuring Ashley Monroe (Trimtab Brewing), Rylie Hightower (The Lumbar), KPT (TrimTab Brewing), Kayla Stinnett (Cahaba Brewing), and Annie Good (Hop City) from 1 – 2. Our weekly Sunday Yoga Series with Hayley Holdridge will take place in the Barrel Room from 2 – 3, you can find tickets here:…/sunday-yoga-series-tickets…
But wait – there’s more! We’ve partnered with Harvest Roots for kombucha cocktails! We’ll be featuring a cocktail with their great kombucha in the Taproom. They’ll also be hosting two FREE tours of their facility on the day of the event. Space is limited – so sign up now at this link:…/free-harvest-roots-taproom…
Underground Vegan, 12 – 3
Simone’s Kitchen ATL, 12 – 6
Aww Shucks, 12 – TIL
Naughty But Nice Kettle Corn, 12 – 6
Farm Girl Bakes, 12 – 6
Charm on 2nd, 12 – 6
Wildhoney Flower Truck, 12 – 6
Yolaine’s Enhancing Skincare Products, 12 – 6
Buttnaked Candles, 12 – 5
Left Hand Soap Company, 12 – 5
Brookes Beauty Bar, 12 – 5
Virginia Nelson Designs, 12 – 5
Studio 264, 12 – 5
CahaBones, 12 – 4
Rebecca Egeland, 3 – 6
Women of Craft Beer Panel, 1 – 2
Sunday Yoga, 2 – 3

Reignite the Valentine’s Day Flame with Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille’s Valentine’s Revival Dinner Specials

Perry’s Steakhouse & Grille is reigniting the Valentine’s Day flame, but at an even better price exactly one month after the loveliest holiday of the year. Spreading the love with a Rare and Well Done® experience, Perry’s is offering various Valentine’s Day specials on Sunday, March 14 for those who want to celebrate their love all over again or who want a chance to make up for missed moments because of the winter storms in February. Guests are invited to celebrate with a Perry’s Valentine’s Revival 3-Course Prix-Fixe Menu or the 3-course Pork Chop Sunday Supper, both available to-go and dine-in, and special pricing on Perry’s red blend wine, Big Red, while you dine-in. The full dinner menu is also available for dine-in or to-go.

On Sunday, March 14, Perry’s Valentine’s Revival 3-Course Prix Fixe Menu is available for dine-in from 4 to 9 p.m. and available to-go from 11 a.m. to 9 p.m. Requiring reservations, the prix-fixe menu is $45 per person (originally $75). The menu features some of Perry’s finest innovations, from its new Turtle Gumbo, to Prime New York Strip, White Chocolate Cheesecake and more.

The 3-Course Pork Chop Sunday Supper feature is for all of Perry’s famous pork chop lovers. For only $39, this option is offered for dine-in or to-go from 4 to 9 p.m. every Sunday. The 3-course option includes a choice of soup or salad, dinner-sized Perry’s Famous Pork Chop and Dessert Trio, or substitute dessert for a side, with option of whipped potatoes, roasted creamed corn or grilled asparagus.

While dining in, enjoy a special pricing on Perry’s limited-production red blend wine, Big Red. A 5-oz. standard pour is $25 (regularly $41), a 7.5-oz. Perry’s pour is $40 (regularly $56), and a 25.4-oz. standard bottle is $120 (regularly $180). These prices are only available for dine-in on Sunday, March 14.

For more information about the Valentine’s Revival specials at Perry’s and to view the full menu, visit Reservations are required and can be made at or by calling 205-968-1597. Please ask for the Valentine’s Revival 3-Course Prix Fixe Menu when making a reservation. Call to place a to-go order or order online at

What’s new at Nabeel’s Cafe & Market + Bham’s new brunch spot


A Homewood classic got some upgrades you’re going to want to check out. Photo via Chaise Sanders for Bham Now

Nestled in the heart of Homewood, Nabeel’s Cafe & Market has been whipping up authentic, Mediterranean dishes since 1972. Don’t let their age fool you, though. They’ve made some stellar upgrades you’re going to want to see. Check out what this Birmingham original has been up to.

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Meet the Birmingham entrepreneurs who won an award from THE Beyoncé

A tour dedicated to food? I’m so down! Photo via Eat Drink Ride Food Tour w Comedienne Joy

Local entrepreneur and owner of Eat. Drink. Ride Food Tour Joy King recently received a $10,000 grant from the Queen Bee herself as part of the #BeyGood Black-Owned Small Business Impact Fund. Keep reading to learn more about this initiative and the other local business who won the grant last year.

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Rojo’s new dining experience, wings, waffles and more openings in Birmingham

Birmingham wing and waffles
I’ll take whatever that is! Photo via Birmingham Wing & Waffles’ Facebook

From new dining experiences to new restaurants to add to your foodie bucket list, Birmingham has a lot going on. The weather may be cooling down, but the city is piping hot with new openings to keep on your radar.

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Birmingham bakeries + their must-try autumn items

What is your favorite Birmingham bakery? Photo via Bandit Patisserie’s Facebook

Nothing compares to the feeling of eating fresh baked goods on a crisp, autumn day. Not to sound all sentimental, but it’s true. Birmingham bakeries are settling into the new season and we’re highlighting some of their must-try sweets.

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11 Birmingham foodie Instagram accounts to give a follow

Fair warning: Have a snack before reading this! Photo by Chaise Sanders for Bham Now

Finding local eats is one of our favorite pastimes. We’re lucky to live in a city with such a diverse food scene and even luckier to have people share their experience before we make the drive. We rounded up some Birmingham foodie accounts to give us all the meal inspo we could ever need.

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5 Birmingham restaurants reopening their doors

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Bottega Restaurant . Photo by Pat Byington for Bham Now

Restaurants around Birmingham are reopening their doors so we can enjoy some of our favorites once again. Don’t get us wrong. We’re still in a pandemic but restaurants have learned how to serve our community while being safe. Here are five spots around the city reopening to the public, including Bottega’s cafe.

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