PROTECTING BIRMINGHAM'S CULINARY SCENE
As Birmingham Restaurant Week is in its 13th year, the need for change has become more prevalent. In the past year alone, the restaurant industry has gone through its hardest of battles that outsiders do not understand. Restaurant owners have had to make decisions that not only affected their own lives, but their families, employees, friends and customers – but, to put it simply, that’s all they could do to protect their legacy. As an outsider, we may not understand the true feeling, expression and sadness that comes from feeding one last table, closing the doors of a livelihood and losing touch of a dream – but we are trying. But most importantly, we are trying to use our platform and our voice to protect the restaurants that we can, help those in need and inspire the community to go to battle, with a fork and knife in hand, to protect Birmingham’s culinary industry.
FOOD IS OUR COMMON GROUND, A MEANS TO BRING THE COMMUNITY TOGETHER
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BIRMINGHAM RESTAURANT WEEK
12TH ANNUAL BIRMINGHAM RESTAURANT WEEK PRESENTED BY SPIRE RETURNS AUG. 12-29, 2021!
BRW, known as Birmingham’s premier culinary and beverage event, aims to support local restaurants and provide individuals the opportunity to enjoy the South’s most vibrant culinary destination – one bite at a time!
How Birmingham Restaurant Week is Helping Combat the Restaurant Labor Shortage
This year is anything but business as usual. Restaurant Week included. Find out how their business is surviving during these hard times and how The Gardens by Kathy G came to be.
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It’s that time of year again! Birmingham Restaurant Week (BRW) is BACK from August 12-29, 2021, and we want to put your locally-owned restaurants, bars, coffee shops and food trucks front and center!
BEHIND THE MASK
Zebbie Carney of Eugene’s Hot Chicken
This year is anything but business as usual, so we thought we’d take a minute and catch up with Birmingham’s original purveyor of Southern hot chicken.
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“At Spire, we understand the vital role restaurants and other businesses in the food and beverage industry play in a community,” says Joe Hampton, president of Spire Alabama. That’s why we’re proud to continue our partnership with Birmingham Restaurant Week, support our local restaurants and provide the community with a way to connect through enjoying great food and drink. This past year, Restaurant Week proved to be the perfect way to do that, and we’re looking forward to continuing to build an even stronger connection during this 12th edition of Birmingham Restaurant Week.”
Joe Hampton, President