If you’re not already familiar with Birmingham, prepare to be pleasantly surprised. Our ever-growing city has gotten a lot of press attention this year and for good reason. From a hot culinary scene to a blossoming craft beer arrival to award-winning green space, Birmingham’s got a lot to offer.
Last year, Birmingham lead the nation in craft beer sales and we know that had everything to do with an emerging craft beer scene. Stop by Good People after a Baron’s game, head over to Avondale for some live music, Cahaba hosts great trivia nights and don’t miss TrimTab or the newest breweries Red Hills and Ghost Train.
Not only is the craft beer scene on fire but Birmingham is a culinary destination recognized by numerous publications like Bon Appetit, Thrillist, Garden & Gun, Southern Living, Zagat, Food & Wine and Eater. The Magic City offers dishes from James Beard Foundation winners and nominees: Highlands Bar and Grill, The Bright Star, Hot and Hot Fish Club, Chez FonFon and Ollie Irene plus other highly regarded spots like El Barrio, Bottega and Saw’s BBQ.