Birmingham is definitely a food town. A new restaurant seemingly opens every 10 minutes here. But, how does a robust culinary scene play into our city’s current resurgence? It’s simple, according to REV’s Taylor Clark and two Birmingham restaurateurs. Watch below to find out how food brings more than cool restaurants to our neighborhoods.
Be sure to check back for more food-related content surrounding Birmingham’s food scene as we head toward Birmingham Restaurant Week Aug.16-25. Visit bhamrestaurantweek.com for more information.
When Karen Gathany began her search for a brick-and-mortar space, she wasn’t quite sure where she’d end up. But she fell in love with a charming historic storefront, complete with hardwood floors and an exposed brick wall, on 1st Avenue North in Woodlawn.
To say that Domestique Coffee’s Michael Pocus knows a thing or two about a good cup of coffee is an understatement.
As one of the original vendors of the Woodlawn Street Market, Nelesha Dale has a big heart for community, family, and entrepreneurs. REV met with her to find out what’s next for her business and how she got to where she is today.