We are so excited to be sponsors and guest bloggers for 2017 Birmingham Restaurant Week! Now we get to do the website for the event and take pictures of all the delicious food Birmingham, Alabama has to offer. Follow along on Facebook and Instagram at @zeekeephotos and @zeekeeinc to experience #brw2017 from our view!
Birmingham Restaurant Week (BRW) is the city’s premier dining out and tasting event. From fine dining to down-home cookin’, food lovers with a taste for adventure can enjoy sampling two and/or three course lunches or dinners from prix-fixe menus ranging from $10, $15, $20, $30 or $40 per person – making it easy and affordable for everyone to enjoy a taste of Birmingham’s diverse and flourishing culinary scene.
Summer Restaurant Week is a 10-day culinary affair during August which features more than 70 restaurants and a host of uniquely themed interactive tasting experiences where you can sample delicious dishes, sip wines, local beers and cocktails while uncovering what Birmingham has to dish. Winter Restaurant Week works in much the same way, but on a smaller scale for 7 days in January.
BRW also hosts an annual brunch event each October to give foodies the opportunity to sample innovative and creative takes on the mid-morning tradition. Birmingham Restaurant Week was created in 2010 to spotlight the acclaimed food and beverage culture in Birmingham Alabama. After being inspired by his experience during Atlanta Restaurant Week, James Little, BRW founder and current District Manager at REV Birmingham, approached the team at Style Advertising with an idea. Intrigued with the thought of launching a similar restaurant promotion for Birmingham, Little and Style began brainstorming what ultimately led to the birth of the first Birmingham Restaurant Week in 2010.
The Preview Party kicked off the 2017 Birmingham Restaurant Week with a bang! It was a stunning night out at Pickwick Plaza in Five Points South complete with delicious food and drinks served by some of Birmingham's best resturants including Cantina, Delta Blues, Oscar’s, Skycastle, Slice, T-bones, Pho Pho Vietnamese & Sushi, Black Market Bar & Grill, Cocina Superior, Dreamland BBQ, Michael’s, East 59, Ovenbird, Flip, Cosecha Urban Kitchen, Taj India, and Rusty’s BBQ.
Here is a little preview into our fun night at the Preview Party!
Eric Essex performs at Birmingham Restaurant Week's Preview Party, hosted in Pickwick Place.
Michael's Restaurant invited guests to sample their family white chocolate, macadamia nut bread pudding.
Dreamland Bar-B-Que featured their famous 'Nana pudding.'
A Five Points South local, Black Market Bar & Grill, offered guests a taste of their pulled pork slider.
Cocina Superior featured homemade pico de gallo, guacamole and queso, served with their homemade chips.
Light and refreshing caprese skewers were a favorite from Vintage 59 Cafe, located in East Lake and the Hoover Library.
Oscar's at the Museum served up delicious banana bread beignets with powdered sugar and bourbon sauce.
Click here to see who's participating and their menus.
Click here to purchase tickets to Uncorked | BBQ Edition at Hop City Beer and Wine on August 12th.
Click here to purchase tickets to Wine-o-logy at The Wine Loft on August 16th.
Click here to purchase tickets to Shaken & Stirred at Dave's Pub on August 19th.
Click here to purchase tickets to Harvest Brunch at Social Venture in Woodlawn on October 7th.
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