A taste of Nelchie’s Cajun: Q&A with Chef Kevon Lewis

A Woodlawn Street Market vendor since the second market, Chef Lewis is taking over the kitchen at Rojo on Monday, August 12 as part of Birmingham Restaurant Week. Continue reading

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True40 Fitness Studio is first tenant to open in The Battery

Kaitlyn Bentley, the first franchisee and owner of True40 Fitness Studio Downtown Birmingham, is a lifelong fitness enthusiast with a love for the community that fitness studios create. Continue reading

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Sign up to volunteer at 2018 Birmingham Restaurant Week events

The time has come for Birmingham Restaurant Week 2018 – and we want you to be a part of the fun August 10-19! Continue reading

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Birmingham Restaurant Week 2018: Celebrate food leading the revitalization of our city

From Aug. 10-19, BRW gives 70-plus local restaurants the opportunity to showcase all the ways they are feeding the city – from filling vacant spaces and creating locally-sourced dishes to mentoring the next generation of culinary greats.   Continue reading

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Cahaba Brewing and REV’s Urban Food Project partner on farm-to-glass seasonal brews

Each beer in the ‘Proximity Series’ will feature seasonal local produce that travels from Alabama farms to your glass. Continue reading

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Shipt CEO: ‘Entrepreneurship is the best way to make change in a city’

Shipt CEO Bill Smith and REV CEO David Fleming discuss how dreamers and doers have shaped the past, present and future of Birmingham. Continue reading

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HTC profile: American Life Building lofts designed for downtown’s workforce

As downtowns across the country are energized by new development, the need for additional affordable, or workforce, housing in city centers is a hot topic. Developers of one of Birmingham’s highest profile, long-vacant properties are planning to address this need.  Continue reading

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The Annex commissary kitchen, culinary incubator opens in Tillman Levenson building downtown

Local entrepreneur Haden Smith is bringing long-needed commissary kitchen space to downtown Birmingham. The Annex will offer commercial kitchen space for rent, event space for pop-up dinners, and a food truck incubation program. Continue reading

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Five Points South celebrates its 131st Anniversary

Originally incorporated as the Town of Highland on May 14, 1887, Five Points South has grown enormously from the street car suburb it once was. Today, the community is regarded as one of Birmingham’s most distinguished historical districts – with fine architectural, historical and cultural resources on nearly every corner. Continue reading

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Eugene’s Hot Chicken owner to present expansion ideas to Rise of the Rest pitch competition

Eugene’s is already the king of hot chicken in Birmingham, but the man behind the popular food truck and restaurant has even bigger plans.
Owner Zebbie Carney will pitch his plan for a North Birmingham commissary kitchen at the upcoming Rise of the Rest tour stop in Birmingham. Continue reading

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