Safari Cup Coffee unexpectedly left Birmingham’s coffee scene a little more than three years ago. It’s spent most of those three years in Chicago becoming a staple of the city’s Lakeview district. Now, it’s getting a new next-door neighbor – Starbucks.
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There are a lot of things on people’s minds in Birmingham, AL right now. There have had a lot of online petitions being shared as well. The latest example available is one being circulated seeking support for the city’s growing food truck scene as well as why it happened today.
Craft beer fans in Birmingham, AL are considering the stealth Twitter announcement on June 19 about the arrival of Oskar Blues next month in the northern 2/3 of the state as a homecoming. It’s also an opportunity to expose more people to the joys of canned craft beer.
June 20th, 2012 · Comments Off · food, Travelogue
The executive chef of Birmingham’s Bettola restaurant, James Lewis, is one of four past winners of Food & Wine’s New Chef award tasked with helping the magazine open a new concept restaurant in Aspen, CO this month.
June 2nd, 2012 · Comments Off · food
As Free the Hops celebrates another successful legislative session, people are starting to wonder about the organization’s future. We got a chance to catch up with the organization’s past president, Stuart Carter, during this year’s Magic City Brewfest.
The nationally acclaimed sustainable food non-profit now known as Jones Valley Teaching Farm made its name change official via an email sent to those on its mailing list and a change to its website on May 11. The focus on education means more news is coming soon.
May 8th, 2012 · Comments Off · food
Chris Hastings is having a year to top all years in 2012. First, he defeats Bobby Flay on Iron Chef America in an episode that aired back in February. Now he gets to add the title “James Beard Foundation Award winner” to the resume. Not too shabby at all…
March 22nd, 2012 · 2 Comments · 35222, food
Saw’s BBQ opened its second location in metro Birmingham on Wednesday, March 21 in Birmingham’s Avondale commercial district. It’s one of many recent additions to the neighborhood with at least one more announcement coming later this month – thanks to the folks at Avondale Brewing Company.