Is there a better time to be in Birmingham than during Birmingham Restaurant Week? We can’t think of many weeks of the year that top the 10-day affair where local restaurants offer incentives for patrons to visit their favorite restaurants – or experience new ones. It’s a chance to celebrate the food that makes Birmingham the culinary epicenter it has become – and it’s headed our way from February 17-26.


BRW, presented by Spire, returns with over 30 locally owned Birmingham area restaurants, bars, and food trucks participating. Crowd favorite Wine-O-Logy will return on February 22, as well as the addition of a new event, Magic City Mixology, on March 1. Wine-O-Logy, a wine flight tasting and food pairing event with live entertainment, will take place at The Fennec from 4:30 p.m. to 7 p.m., and Magic City Mixology, a fiesta-style cocktail flight and food tasting event, will be held at Events at Haven from 4:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. Tickets for both events are $30.


Spots currently registered to participate include Ash Homewood, Aww Shucks, Bay Leaf Modern Indian Cuisine & Bar, Blueroot, Dread River Distilling Co., EATS Highland, El ZunZún, Farrelly’s Southern Bar & Kitchen, Filter Coffee Parlor, Iron City Grill, Michael’s Restaurant, Moonshine Rooftop Bar at Elyton Hotel, Ovenbird Restaurant, Red Mountain Crawfish, Rojo, Roots & Revelry, Sabor Latino, Slice Pizza and Brewhouse – Lakeview, Slice Pizza and Brewhouse – Vestavia, Sol Y Luna, Steel Gastropub, The Current at Cahaba, The Gardens Cafe by Kathy G., The Fennec, The Yard Birmingham at Elyton Hotel, Tropicaleo, Vino and Watkins Branch Bourbon & Brasserie.


“Birmingham’s culinary and beverage industry and its residents have been through a rough couple of years of heartbreak due to the COVID-19 pandemic and nationwide labor shortage, and Birmingham Restaurant Week 2022 – Winter Edition is a high note for everyone,” said Bill Stoeffhaas, co-founder of BRW and owner of Style Advertising, the organizer of BRW. “BRW’s 10-day culinary affair provides an opportunity for the public to revisit old favorites or experience new restaurants in the new year while allowing local chefs to showcase delicious recipes that put Birmingham on the foodie road map.”


Participating businesses will offer curbside options as well as dine-in options.



For more information about BRW, click here.