Birmingham Restaurant Week – Winter Edition, presented by Spire, is back

BIRMINGHAM, Alabama (WBRC) – Birmingham Restaurant Week (BRW) has officially launched its Winter Edition Event presented by Speyer. Event now until Saturday February 26the 10-day event offers you the opportunity to enjoy two-, three-, and four-course meals at a fixed price at more than 30 participating restaurants, bars, and food trucks.

From fine dining to home cooking, food and drink lovers with a taste for adventure can enjoy special prix fixe menus for breakfast, lunch and/or dinner ranging from $5 to $50 $ per person making it easy and affordable for everyone. a taste of Birmingham’s diverse dishes and sips.


Recognized as Birmingham’s premier food and drink event, BRW aims to support local restaurants by inspiring individuals to enjoy the South’s most dynamic culinary destination, one bite at a time. BRW helps boost the local economy and strengthens locals’ love of Birmingham’s award-winning food scene.

To safely serve customers who do not want to dine in, participating businesses will once again offer take-out and/or curbside options as well as the traditional dine-in option. In addition, many restaurants have put in place special amenities to serve diners safely during the winter and to allow outdoor dining regardless of the weather by providing high-powered outdoor heaters, fire pits, cabin tents and enclosed patios.

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“Birmingham’s food and drink industry and its people have gone through a difficult few years due to the COVID-19 pandemic and nationwide labor shortages, and Birmingham Restaurant Week 2022 – Winter Edition is a high mark for everyone,” said Bill Stoeffhaas, co-founder of BRW and owner of Style Advertising, the organizer of BRW. “BRW’s 10-day culinary affair offers the public the opportunity to revisit old favorites or discover new restaurants in the new year while allowing local chefs to showcase delicious recipes that put Birmingham on the map. gourmet road map.”

Organizers expect around 30-40 Birmingham area restaurants, food trucks, bars and cafes to attend BRW 2022 – Winter Edition and join Birmingham’s famous food and drink promotional blitz. Those currently enrolled include:

  • Ash Neighborhood Bar & Grill
  • Oh fuck
  • Modern Indian Cuisine and Bay Leaf Bar
  • Blueroot
  • Dread River Distilling Co.
  • EAT Highland
  • El ZunZun
  • Farrelly’s Southern Bar & Kitchen
  • Fat Charles BBQ
  • Filter coffee
  • iron city grill
  • Michel Restaurant
  • Moon Shine rooftop bar at the Elyton Hotel
  • Ovenbird
  • Red mountain crayfish
  • Red
  • Roots and celebrations
  • Sabor Latino
  • Slice Pizza and Brewery – Lakeview
  • Pizza slice and brewery – Vestavia
  • Sol and Luna
  • Steel Gastro Pub
  • Fennec
  • The gardens of Kathy G.
  • The current in Cahaba
  • The Yard Birmingham at the Elyton Hotel
  • Tropicaleo
  • Wine
  • Watkins Bourbon & Brewery Branch
  • Whole latte drip

Diners can find participating restaurants and their special menus on the BRW website at via the homepage and the Eat Drink page. Users can view participating businesses by neighborhood, meal, price, service, or other desired option to help plan their BRW culinary plan of attack.


“At Spire, we understand the vital role restaurants and other food and beverage businesses play in a community,” says Joe Hampton, president of Speyer Alabama. “That’s why we’re proud to continue our partnership with Birmingham Restaurant Week, supporting our local restaurants and providing a way for the community to connect through great food and drink. Restaurant Week has proven to be the perfect way to achieve this, and we look forward to continuing to build an even stronger connection through the Winter 2022 edition.”

Stoeffhaas also noted, “During the pandemic, many restaurants were able to avoid closing their doors by offering curbside pickup, take-out and delivery, but now restaurants are facing labor shortages. work that make their operation normally difficult. With BRW, our goal is not just to promote local restaurants, but to provide support where we can. Without our restaurants, the vibrancy of our culinary community will diminish.

BRW 2022 – Winter Edition will also include its annual Wine-O-Logy event as well as a cocktail-focused event called Magic City Mix-O-Logy. Wine-O-Logy, a wine tasting and wine pairing event with live entertainment, will take place Tuesday February 22 from 4:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. at the Fennec (1630 2nd Ave. S., Birmingham, AL 35233). Event attendees will explore their palette of favorite new wines provided by United-Johnson Brothers while sampling delicious appetizers from Sysco Foods. Tickets are $30 per person. A limited number of walk-in tickets can be purchased at the event for $35 each.

Magic City Mix-O-Logy, a cocktail flight and fiesta-style food tasting, will take place Tuesday, March 1 4:30-7 p.m. at Events at Haven (2515 6th Ave. S., Birmingham, AL 35233). Attendees can sample a variety of cocktails crafted by local mixologists, including Tito’s Craft Vodka, Bumbu Rum, Dulce Vida Tequila and John Emerald Bourbon, as well as mixers from Red Diamond Coffee & Tea and Coca-Cola United . Beer from Birmingham Budweiser and wine from United-Johnson Brothers will also be available. In addition to cocktails, Latin-themed appetizers from Sysco Foods will be served as attendees enjoy the fiesta with theme music and salsa dancing. Tickets are $30 per person. A limited number of walk-in tickets can be purchased at the event for $35 each. Tickets and event information are available at


Part of the funds from these events will be donated to local associations. Giving back to the community has always been a core part of BRW with more than $80,000 raised for local nonprofits over its 13-year history. Following Restaurant Week in August 2021, BRW and Tito’s Handmade Vodka were pleased to donate $2,500 each to Fire Ministries and the Central Alabama Community Food Bank (CFBCA). Both organizations seek to reduce food insecurity in different ways.

Since 1983, Firehouse Ministries has been a homeless men’s shelter that has thrived on its mission to provide homeless men in the Birmingham area with a nurturing and caring environment that offers support services that break the cycle of abuse. homelessness and enable individuals to reach their highest potential.

“It is only with generous donations like this that we are able to serve over 5,000 homeless men each year,” says Anne Rygiel, executive director of Firehouse Ministries. “Thank you to Birmingham Restaurant Week, Tito’s and everyone involved.”

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