Birmingham Public Library
2100 Park Place
Birmingham, Alabama 35203
http://www.bplonline.org
Search Subject Resources
Subject Resource Pages
General Database Links
Subjects last updated on Jul. 24, 2014.
Subject Resources RSS
Resources tagged: food
Offers news, reviews, and listings of locally owned restaurants in Birmingham, Ala. The focus is on the local places, rather than chains. (adapted from web site)
Gives information about locally owned restaurants, including menus, catering, private dining, special events, live entertainment and much more. BirminghamMenus.com, provides comprehensive, up-to-date dining information to help you plan a social event, learn more about the area's finest restaurants, compare menus and prices, or simply order carry-out. (adapted from web site)
Birmingham Restaurants is an informative guide to Birmingham's dining scene. It's divided by cuisine, such as brunch, Chinese, Japanese, Italian, Mexican, seafood, steakhouses, fine dining, and outdoor patio. It's also divided by locations in the greater Birmingham area. Take a video tour of Birmingham's best restaurants. Find menus for brunch, lunch, dinner, and catering. Get reviews and recommendations in the Published Reviews section. (adapted from web site)
Slow Food Birmingham is the local chapter of Slow Food USA. SFU "envisions a future food system that is based on the principles of high quality and taste, environmental sustainability, and social justice – in essence, a food system that is good, clean and fair." It seeks " to catalyze a broad cultural shift away from the destructive effects of an industrial food system and fast life; toward the regenerative cultural, social and economic benefits of a sustainable food system, regional food traditions, the pleasures of the table, and a slower and more harmonious rhythm of life." (adapted from web site)
"Magic City Harvest is a non-profit prepared and perishable food recovery program that distributes FREE donated excess food to organizations serving those in need, thereby helping to alleviate hunger and malnutrition in the Greater Birmingham area." (from web site)
The Birmingham (Alabama) Foodie Book Club usually meets the second Tuesday of every month at 6:00p.m. We read anything that has to do with food: Fiction and non-fiction; history, essay, memoirs, humor, anthologies, novels. We enjoy wine, food, and each other's company at every meeting. (Does life get any better?) The only requirement to join us is to love food—and no, you don't have to know how to cook! (from blog)
Page Last Modified: 7/24/2014 3:31 PM