It’s a new year so we’re taking a look at what’s opening soon in Birmingham. Here’s the rundown of the 11 most anticipated new restaurants, breweries and bars coming in 2021.Continue reading “11 of the most anticipated new restaurants, breweries and bars coming in 2021”
It’s a new week which means it’s time for another roundup of new openings and reopenings in Birmingham. We have lots to look forward to, including Ghost Train Brewing Co.’s upcoming location, a fresh food concept, exciting new developments and more. Check ’em out!Continue reading “Ghost Train’s new location + more new shops & restaurants coming to Birmingham”
We are NOT surprised!
Birmingham’s beer scene received some well deserved accolades this week when national social media giant Thrillist described our beloved breweries as a hidden gem.
The great thing about the breweries of Birmingham is their ability to continuously brew small batches of new craft beer to try. Check out some of the recent and upcoming releases that have been brewed by your locals. Cheers!Continue reading “5 new Birmingham beers to look out for, including a special Sidewalk Cinema release”
This year, St. Patrick’s Day falls on Saturday, March 17, the perfect day to get in the Irish spirit, wear some green and maybe even find that pot of gold at the end of a rainbow. And once again, Birmingham is gearing up for a week full of events so you can Shamrock your socks off all week long! Continue reading “The ultimate guide to St. Patrick’s Day celebrations in Birmingham”
So I was looking through our calendar (plus a couple of my own sources, just to make sure I hadn’t missed anything), and noticed something: this upcoming week has a TON of incredible concerts! Birmingham nightlife is picking up steam as we head into summer, and a surprising amount of it is free. So apologies to those who don’t like music (you monsters!) for my recommendations this week (which aren’t ALL music, but there’s a lot)!
Another week in good ole Bham. Same old, same old is definitely not the case in the magic city. Of course, there are plenty of things to do in the upcoming days. Here is a guide for a few events you won’t want to miss out on.
Talking with Deon Gordon, the Director of Business Growth for REV, I found out some great info about the revitalization geared organization.
“We exist to ‘creates vibrant commercial districts by filling vacant spaces and growing sustainable businesses.’
Saturday’s are for brewery hopping… Here’s what I (Wade) found out about Birmingham’s favorite Craft Breweries.