Operated by Birmingham chef and restauranteur Brandon Cain (of Saw’s Soul Kitchen and Post Office Pies), Roots & Revelry will be the official restaurant anchor in T.J. Tower – a casual fine dining experience and welcome addition to the collection of lofts, vintage parlor, grand ballroom and event space to be featured in the historic building.
Are you interested in joining the Thomas Jefferson Tower team? Applications to join Roots & Revelry’s all-star staff are available NOW. Owners are currently looking for Host Staff, Wait Staff, Bar Staff, Line Cooks and Dishwashers. If you’re a go-getter in the Birmingham or surrounding-area food/service industry, CLICK HERE TO APPLY!
And be sure to email your resume HERE!
What Stallions cornerback, Brian Allen loves about Birmingham
Filed Under: Downtown Birmingham, Events, Front Page, Yaysayers
Brian Allen, a talented cornerback, has made the remarkable transition from a small town in Texas to the vibrant city of Birmingham. Choosing Birmingham for his football career for two consecutive seasons, Brian’s unwavering dedication and exceptional skills have made him a standout figure in the world of football. To dive deeper into Brian’s journey and discover his genuine appreciation for the city, watch this video with the link below!
Preserving Our Past: Celebrating Historic Preservation Month and Saving the Buildings We Love
Filed Under: Developer, Downtown Birmingham, Filling Vacant Spaces, Front Page, Potential-Proving
Many historic buildings, including the John Hand and The Frank, have been successfully redeveloped while preserving their original charm. May is Historic Preservation Month, which aims to raise awareness about the importance of preserving historic buildings. Currently, numerous buildings possess a solid foundation but have been left vacant and require immediate attention for preservation. Find out which treasures are in need of your help today!
A Call for a Parking Revolution
Filed Under: Developer, Downtown Birmingham, Front Page, Transportation, Yaysayers
Parking lots are dead spaces. Nothing we can construct sucks the life and vibrancy out of a place more than a parking lot. Yet we cannot seem to live without parking. Views on parking dominate almost every issue related to downtown growth. From not enough parking to being too expensive, learn from David Fleming why parking is essential to Birmingham’s growth.