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.
- Harvest Brunch (New Date This Year)
- Monday Night Restaurant Take Over (NEW!)
- Mixing Up the Magic (NEW!)
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 www.bhamrestaurantweek.com. Don’t miss our #FreeFoodFriday promotion on Facebook where you have the opportunity to win FREE gift cards to many #BRW2018 restaurants!
We’ve made it to the third and final public workshop for Re-vision Linn Park! Partners behind Re-Vision Linn Park will wrap up the community engagement process at the last public workshop on Tuesday, October 4, at Boutwell Auditorium. Community members can participate and provide feedback on a park design concept in the noon or 5:30 p.m. session – so come out one last time and let your voice be heard!
If you’ve been following REV for a while, you probably remember The Big Pitch Competitions we used to hold back in the day. The Big Pitch presented by PNC was essentially our own little version of Shark Tank. And a lot of your favorite local businesses that participated in this competition now have active retail storefronts that you can go check out. Let’s start with some of our finalists that are based in the City of Birmingham and see what they’ve been up to!
Have you been to Downtown Birmingham’s newest development located on 25th Street? If not, you need to head down there ASAP and check it out! This new single story development is a product of a collaboration between David Baker Architects (DBA) and Locke General Contractors, led by DBA’s very own Amanda Loper. It is intended to be a “collaborative commercial space in a catalyst development area of Birmingham.” Both DBA and Locke General Contractors will be tenants of the space, along with June Coffee Roasters, Zephyr Barber, and Last Call Baking Cooperative!