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”
Catherine Sloss Jones and her family have played a large part in making Birmingham into the city it is today. Hear from the president of Sloss Real Estate and the founder of Pepper Place in our second interview with Birmingham innovators!
The best bargain in town? Try the MAX Transit’s Lakeview Local.
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
In hopes of visiting all 50 states, Zuckerberg and his wife Priscilla Chan are traveling across the south to gain insight into different communities, and the people who hold them together.
Courtesy of WIAT
On January 11th, Jews in Birmingham and around the world will be sitting down to the first seder of the secular year. It isn’t Passover just yet.
It is Tu B’Shvat (usually pronounced: Too Bish-vat), the New Year of the Trees. There are technically 4 different New Year’s celebrations in Judaism which take place at the start of or in the middle of Jewish months.