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.
We’ve talked about sports, but downtown has so much more to offer! Downtown Birmingham has so many experiences in store for you, which can also turn into life-long memories. And lucky for you, we’ve created a tool to make all that exploring so much easier!
Ever host an event where you ordered way too much food and end up with more leftovers than you can even fathom? We’ve been there too – until we learned about Magic City Harvest! Magic City Harvest is an organization working towards ending food waste & hunger in the Magic City. They acquire perishable food from schools, wholesale food distributors, restaurants, caterers, churches, event venues and grocery stores to donate to 30 community partners on the frontlines feeding the city’s hungry neighbors.
We are approaching the finish line for the 20th Street Refresh, which calls for a celebration – and you’re invited! The City Center Business Improvement District (BID), funded by downtown property owners, is partnering with the City of Birmingham and REV Birmingham to celebrate a refreshed Birmingham Green. Come join the party on May 20th from 4 to 8 p.m (with a special celebration happening at 6 p.m.)!