The rising Birmingham food scene strikes again! This week, TripAdvisor named the Magic City one of their 10 up and coming foodie cities in the US.
OpenTable has released their 2018 list for 50 Best Southern Restaurants in America, and you better believe that three of Birmingham’s best—Cafe Dupont, Highlands Bar and Grill and Hot and Hot Fish Club made the list. Continue reading “3 Birmingham restaurants make OpenTable’s list for 50 Best Southern Restaurants in America, including Highlands Bar and Grill”
Burgers. Big or small, casual or fancy, meaty or cheesy, they’re an American favorite. And they all pair great with ketchup! So where can you get the best burger in Alabama? According to MSN, it’s at Birmingham’s very own Chez Fonfon. Continue reading “Birmingham’s Chez Fonfon named best place to get a burger in Alabama by MSN”
Wine Enthusiast Magazine and its digital site winemag.com is considered by some as the wine lovers bible. The wine and spirits focused media platform has a monthly reach of 2.5 million readers worldwide. Last week, that special audience was introduced to the Magic City by a Wine Enthusiast article titled, Looking for Top-Tier Drinking and Dining? Try Birmingham, Alabama.
Birmingham is once again well represented on the 2018 list of James Beard semifinalists.
Valentine’s Day is only a few weeks away, and plans are beginning to take shape for those wanting to celebrate this day of love. Whether you want a casual meal or a swanky dining experience, here are the top spots to dine in Birmingham this Valentine’s Day. Continue reading “Top spots to dine in Birmingham this Valentine’s Day”
Highlands Bar and Grill, located in Birmingham’s Five Points Southside neighborhood, has been selected as one of the 38 best restaurants in America for 2017 by influential food and dining website, Eater. This makes two years in a row that Highlands has received the honor. Continue reading “Highlands Bar and Grill named one of America’s top restaurants by Eater”
If you are a die-hard local food supporter, the upcoming Alabama Sustainable Agriculture Network’s (ASAN) 3rd Annual GRAZE: Birmingham “farm to fork” fundraiser on September 17th, 5-8pm at Avondale Brewery is a “must attend” event.
Birmingham continues to receive national accolades.
On Friday, the Birmingham food movement made national news when TIME Inc. announced they were moving Food & Wine, one of the most respected food magazines in the nation from New York to the Magic City.
Soon, Pepper Place will host Birmingham’s newest Mediterranean restaurant, Za’atar Bar and Kitchen.
The exciting addition was inspired by a trip the Chef & owner, Ashley Tarver, took to Morocco.
“With revitalized neighborhoods and a ramped-up food culture, Alabama’s largest city boldly returns to the stage and sings to a bigger audience.” ~ From the Washington Post article titled – You’re Going Where? Birmingham