In local COVID-19 news this week, the city of Birmingham slightly amended its mandatory face covering ordinance. Meanwhile the state’s largest mall, Riverchase Galleria began re-opening on Tuesday.Continue reading “Birmingham amends face covering rules, Riverchase Galleria re-opens”
Presidents Day is this Monday, February 17. It’s officially called “Washington’s Birthday” to commemorate George Washington, the first U.S. president. So, how does this impact your Monday in Birmingham? Keep reading to find out.Continue reading “What’s open and what’s closed in Birmingham on Presidents Day, Feb. 17, 2020”
Do you hear that? It’s sleigh bells! You know what that means—Santa is coming to town! Here’s where you can find him in Birmingham this holiday season. (And you don’t even have to go to the mall!)
Alabama’s first Dave & Buster’s will open to the public on Monday, November 19th at the Riverchase Galleria.
As brick and mortar retailers try to reinvent themselves to offer customers experiences that include entertainment, Brookwood Village Mall may be undergoing a significant redevelopment in the near future. Continue reading “Birmingham retailers, including Brookwood Village, reinvent themselves to offer shoppers new experiences”
Alabama’s first Dave and Buster’s will be opening in Hoover at the Riverchase Galleria by the end of the year, according to multiple reports.
Easter is almost here, which means Peter Cottontail is hippity hopping towards Birmingham. Where can you find him? Check out this springtime guide the 411 on the Easter Bunny’s whereabouts this year. Continue reading “Follow the bunny trail to find the Easter Bunny in Birmingham”
As a kid, do you remember running around an arcade, eating pizza? Well, now it is socially acceptable to do so as an adult. Dave & Buster’s is coming to Hoover!
News of the adult entertainment venue eyeing Alabama came last night to the Hoover Sun and the anticipation can now begin.
Based in Dallas, Dave and Busters includes a restaurant and massive arcade area, with 90 locations in 36 states.
Can you guess where they want to place its Alabama location?