Photo Credit: Ted Tucker Birmingham made a statement in 2017 when Food & Wine announced their relocation to the Magic City. Birmingham’s culinary options are on par with the finest food cities in the world.
Charge up your battery and choose your favorite filter. HuffPost has put together a list of the most Instagrammable (yes, that’s a word) spots in Birmingham. Some obvious choices are Railroad Park and the Alabama Theatre but other locations might surprise you. Head to the link below to see the full list.
Hundreds of soccer fans gathered at Good People Brewing Company in August to hear the good news. United Soccer League President, Jake Edwards, was in town to make the announcement: Birmingham is getting their own professional soccer team. The team will make their USL debut in 2019 and plans on playing downtown.
Birmingham’s food scene continues to get recognition. Southern Living named Birmingham among the 15 southern cities that all food lovers need to visit. Chez Fon Fon, Saw’s Soul Kitchen and The Pizitz Food Hall were among the Birmingham restaurants mentioned. To see the full list, visit the link below.
South for the summer? DK’s Eyewitness Travel named Birmingham one of the Top 15 U.S. cities to visit when the temperature starts to rise. See why they think Birmingham should be your next summer destination at the link below.
Sports Illustrated featured 5 Birmingham restaurants as must-eats next time you’re in the Magic City. Whether you’re looking for a classic Alabama biscuit or some perfectly smoked chicken, we’ve got you covered. See the full list at the link below.
After almost 40 years headquartered in New York City, Food & Wine magazine is moving to Birmingham. While the rest of the country goes, “Wha?” everybody in Birmingham nods knowingly. In the event you are a Birmingham initiate, allow me to tell you a story.
This story was originally published July 26, 2016, on TeamUSA.org. By John Blanchette With three Birmingham fights under his belt – and that’s a World Boxing Council belt – Deontay Wilder has put on quite a show for the Magic City the last two years.
Now in its sixth year, Secret Stages is hardly a secret. Birmingham’s weekend-long festival of musical discovery has grown to become one of our city’s most enjoyable events.