Have you experienced Birmingham’s rich culinary culture this week? If you haven’t wined and dined yet, you still have until this Sunday, the 29th, to participate in the 10-day culinary affair. In case you don’t know, locally-owned and operated restaurants are offering awesome incentives for you to revisit your favorite restaurants or to experience new ones! So we invite you to celebrate the landmark eateries that helped make Birmingham’s food scene what it is today.
Only until Sunday, participating restaurants are offering food and drink specials including two and/or three course prix-fixe lunch and/or dinner menus for $10, $15, $20, $30 or $40 per-person. The goal of #WRW2017 and #BRW is to encourage residents and tourists alike to get a taste of Birmingham’s culinary scene and to fill the seats of the city’s eating and drinking establishments.
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