The time has come for Birmingham Restaurant Week 2018 – and we want you to be a part of the fun August 10-19!
Read more about this year’s Birmingham Restaurant Week – from why we do it to who’s participating to what you can expect at BRW events.
This year’s events celebrate the true essence of Birmingham Restaurant Week. The lineup was designed with REV’s mission in mind – to create vibrant commercial districts by filling vacant spaces and growing sustainable businesses.
Volunteer signups are now live. Event volunteers get a behind-the-scenes look at BRW plus event perks. Take a look at the below signups for more information about each event and available volunteer shifts.

The REV team will contact volunteers as the time gets closer to each event to confirm shifts and answer any last-minute questions.
Learn more about Birmingham Restaurant Week at Don’t miss our #FreeFoodFriday promotion on Facebook where you have the opportunity to win FREE gift cards to many #BRW2018 restaurants!

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