Good luck storming the castle Birmingham! Eat in the Streets is coming to Pepper Place, September 25-26, with a showing of The Princess Bride on Friday evening.Continue reading ““As you wish.” Eat in the Streets is coming to Pepper Place Sept. 25-26, with a showing of The Princess Bride”
If you’ve been keeping up with the redevelopments in Birmingham lately, you’ve probably heard the term “historic tax credits” thrown around a time or twenty. But what are they, and what good do they actually do?Continue reading “7 times historic tax credits have helped preserve Birmingham’s skyline”
The 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.
Ignite Cycle is gearing up to celebrate their 6 month anniversary, and we are PUMPED. You’ve probably heard about the new boutique cycling studio in Pepper Place. But if you haven’t checked it out yet, this story’s for you. We’re answering 4 questions you might not find on the FAQ—Plus, we’re giving away 10 FREE rides and Ignite Cycle merch to celebrate 6 months of killing the cycling game in Birmingham.Continue reading “4 questions you’re too embarrassed to ask about Ignite Cycle in Birmingham. Win 10 FREE rides + merch!”
With over 40 different shops of all different types, Birmingham’s Pepper Place has so much to offer. We all love going to the market every Saturday, but there are so many more events coming up, check them out below!Continue reading “Upcoming events at Pepper Place in Birmingham.”
There’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 all the details.Continue reading “Cantina Tortilla Grill in Pepper Place will relocate to Avondale spot this fall”
Pepper Place’s outdoor market kicks off on Saturday, April 13th, so why not celebrate with a Birmingham Taste Tour? The first It’s Nice to Have You in Pepper Place taste tour is April 20th—Here’s what you can expect.
For five years, Stone Hollow Farmstead has tempted us with bouquets, cheeses and other treats at its tent on Saturday mornings at Market at Pepper Place. Now it has set up shop permanently in the neighborhood with FarmStand, a new brick-and-mortar that opened its doors on March 7.Continue reading “Peek inside FarmStand by Stone Hollow Farmstead open now at Pepper Place”
We’ve been waiting for this one ever since we heard news that the property where Highland Plaza now sits will be redeveloped. What will it mean for The Hot and Hot Fish Club, a Birmingham fine dining standard since 1995? Now we have an answer: a new location in Pepper Place.Continue reading “The Hot and Hot Fish Club is moving to Pepper Place!”
A writer’s gotta eat. This column documents my foodie adventures in Birmingham. Up this week: Taj Wraps at Eastwood Shell Food Mart (inside a Chester’s Fried Chicken no less), the Lumbar in Pepper Place and Slice Pizza & Brew in Vestavia Hills.Continue reading “Bham Now Eats: Taj Wraps, the Lumbar and keto-friendly cauliflower crust at Slice”
Perhaps no one in Birmingham has had a better front row seat to witness the Magic City’s renaissance, both downtown and in the surrounding areas, than Urban Land Institute Alabama member and former longtime director of the Auburn Urban Design Studio, Cheryl Morgan.
Located in the heart of Pepper Place at 3000 3rd Avenue S., Blueprint on 3rd opened its doors on June 19th, and it is already making an impact on Birmingham with its industrial interiors and hearty American cuisine.
If you’ve been following Blueprint on 3rd’s progress like we have, you’re definitely hungry for the grand opening happening today at Pepper Place! Here are the latest updates. Continue reading “Blueprint on 3rd opens their doors today for their grand opening at Pepper Place”
June is hot and so are succulents —the trend that is. I live near several locally owned garden shops in Birmingham, so I stepped out yesterday to check out their selection. Whatever your budget, here’s how you can bring the succulent trend home.
Birmingham is known for many things. Its strong history in steel. Its killer restaurant and culinary scene. A whole lot of Southern charm and hospitality. But what it’s also known for is its incredible markets. Get ready for some amazing Saturday markets coming up in the ‘ham! Continue reading “Mark your calendar, Birmingham, street markets are headed your way”