Please check with the restaurant you intend to visit beforehand to ensure that you have the most current information. From Italian fare to health-focused options, Birmingham's food scene never disappoints, and with warmer weather starting to make an appearance, it's a great time to check out the new restaurant options. Whether you want a quick bite, a fun date night or Saturday brunch with the girls, here are some new Birmingham restaurants to check out. Jaie O'Banner, the general manager of North Italia Birmingham, describes the restaurant as "a place where every moment is meant to be savored.
Our guests will find a variety of things that appeal to them — from uncompromised presentation and quality to unparalleled levels of service for a true sense of hospitality. You will definitely want to try the white truffle garlic bread paired with a Sicilian margarita pizza.
Jaie's personal favorite is the hand-rolled tortelloni stuffed with burrata. She continues, "People love our squid ink mafaldine — super delicious and a little on the spicy side. Alternatively, our Italian farm salad has pretty much everything you're going to want in it! We have something for every taste and mood.
It sounds like we found your next date night spot! Whether you're looking to dine in or grab something stellar to take home, The Backyard Marketnow open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, has you covered. The breakfast menu is generous, offering everything from biscuits and bagels to breakfast bowls, omelettes, home fries and more. Don't forget to start your meal with a mimosa, cup of fresh juice or hot cup of coffee. For lunch or dinner, explore the vast array of options, which include more than 10 sandwiches, a selection of creative burgers, several sal and shareable snacks.
Additional options include to-go and ready-to-cook meals you can make and enjoy at home, and the market has quick-grab items to round out your meal plans. Also worth noting, The Backyard Market has a lovely patio for outdoor dining! After falling in love with the nutritional products himself, Jace Mauldin dreamed of owning his own storefront.
On February 8, Homewood Nutrition opened to serve the community with loaded, beauty and specialty teas, full meal replacement shakes, and other nutritional support. All of the tea products are sugar-free and low-calorie, making them keto and diabetic diet-friendly. The teas and shakes promote weight loss and provide clean energy, vitamins and focus. A very popular item is the Donut Hole Shot, which controls hunger and burns fat while targeting the midsection specifically.
Yes, please! Be sure to pop in and try a combo to replace your go-to fast food lunch — a loaded tea and meal replacement shake. The loaded tea provides the energy boost you need with vitamins and it supports stronger focus.
The meal replacement shake is under calories but contains up to 27 grams of protein, making it the perfect complement to the loaded tea. Who needs a burger and soda combo, anyway? Jace's goal with Homewood Nutrition is to provide a family-friendly environment with excellent customer service. Before you know it, you might be hooked, too! Opening Spring The owners of Sons Donuts are no stranger to the Birmingham food scene. Their new t venture, Sons Donuts, brings together the synergy of both businesses.
After years of friendship, the O'Haras and Watkins wanted to create something unique for Birmingham.
With the concept of Sons Donuts in mind, they hosted a tasting three years ago for family and friends, only to put it on the shelf for a bit. In November ofthe couples sat down and decided now was the time. With five sons between them, Sons Donuts became the name of their new t business.
The menu includes fried mini donuts dusted with both traditional and exotic sugars. House-made sauces will also be available to pair with the donuts, including traditional flavors like chocolate, some tropical and even a Sons' ature sauce.
Sons Donuts will also offer fresh-squeezed orange juice, a custom milk bar and bottled water supporting neverthirsta local philanthropy. Jim Watkins hopes Sons Donuts is "a unique place to bring out-of-town guests while also being a morning staple or unique dessert option. Pinky Cole, the year-old CEO and founder of the wildly successful Atlanta-based restaurant Slutty Veganwants to venture into the Birmingham food scene, and her new location is slated to launch in Woodlawn later this year.
Based on the lines that formed when the Slutty Vegan food truck came around last year, it's a no-brainer. As the name suggests, look for plant-based burgers with sassy names like the Fussy Hussy a plant-based patty with pickle, vegan cheese, caramelized onions, lettuce, tomato and Slut Sauce on a Hawaiian bun and the Heaux Boy battered vegan shrimp topped with lettuce, tomato, pickle and Slut Sauce … you get the picture. There is no such thing as a plain burger on this menu!
Chef Raquel Ervin is no stranger to the Birmingham market. Now, after six years of seeing success in catering, Raquel prepares to expand her brand and open a bricks-and-mortar location of Eat at Panoptic. You'll definitely want to try the spinach dip, crab cakes Raquel's personal favoritehour brisket, and 2 a. Stay tuned for details of her opening.
Raquel's famous spinach dip does not disappoint and will be available at Eat at Panoptic's new brick-and-mortar location. Image: Submitted.
These new Birmingham restaurants bring new life to the Magic City. Here's to discovering your new favorite dish!
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