Read Time 2 MinutesEver wish you could bring the delish dishes from your favorite Birmingham restaurants to your own dining room table? Thanks to cookbooks from Birmingham chefs, you can. Check out six amazing cookbooks and discover where to buy…
Read Time 4 MinutesThe wait is over. One of Birmingham’s most beloved restaurants, Hot and Hot Fish Club, will be celebrating its 25th anniversary by debuting its brand-new expanded space on January 23rd at Pepper Place.
Read Time 2 MinutesThere’s ALWAYS something new to taco ’bout in Avondale! Today, it’s the upcoming addition of local favorite Cantina Tortilla Grill. The restaurant will move from its current Pepper Place location to Avondale early fall 2019. We’ve got…
3 Birmingham restaurants make OpenTable’s list for 50 Best Southern Restaurants in America, including Highlands Bar and Grill
Read Time 1 MinutesOpenTable 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.
Read Time 6 MinutesValentine’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…
Read Time 1 MinutesBirmingham continues to receive national accolades.
Read Time 1 MinutesLast week, Birmingham was featured in the travel section of the New York Times. This week, we’ve gone international thanks to Canada’s largest newspaper the Toronto Star.
Read Time 2 MinutesSoon, 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.
Birmingham featured in Washington Post’s “best vacation destinations you’ve never considered” series
Read Time 1 Minutes “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