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Momma Goldberg's is Birmingham's other downtown mainstay deli (the other being Sol's on Morris Avenue). Hereere Momma serves items that focus on tradition, yet she still maintains some innovation in the kitchen. Like Sol's, the menu features specialty sandwiches, soups, salads and dessert with an additional menu for the kids. The restaurant began in Alabama in 1976 and since then it has opened franchises in South Carolina and Georgia, so if you can't make it to this one in Bham, Momma's food is so good that it may yet arrive in your state.
At Steel, craft cocktails and a light bites menu are just a couple of the highlights in this trendy, yet casual spot in historic downtown Birmingham. The venue hosts live music and events almost every day of the week. From local jazz musicians to national touring acts, the stage almost always presents a seasoned artist or band. Additionally, Steel provides a different special every night of the week, from Taco Tuesdays to Ladies Nights.
Pies & Pints serves superb suds and perfect pizzas, a pub/restaurant in which everybody will find a favorite on the menu. The pints include selections from all over the country in a variety of styles, from IPAs to Lagers, and once you see the beer menu, it will take you a while to peruse through the mind-boggling amount of pints. The kitchen makes its own dough and the ovens bake pies of all types as well, from create-your-own to their specialty pizza, the ingredients come as you like. Some of the specialty pies are a little wacky, but delicious nonetheless. Try the Sriracha Shrimp, the Grape & Gorgonzola or the Cuban Pork for a change from the ordinary.
Cheese grits, black beans and fried fish are staples in any soul food restaurant, and this kitchen prepares them in the most traditional way. The owners opened the Birmingham restaurant after success with a couple of other locations in Florida, and just like in the Sunshine State, you'll find simple dishes made with simple ingredients. Open for lunch and brunch only, come and order some chicken and waffles and wash it down with a sweet tea, it doesn't get any more quintessentially Southern than this.
This bar in a building that dates back to the end of the 19th Century brings simple food and crafty drinks together in a convivial atmosphere. Located in what was the former Raymond Rose Hosiery Building, the restaurant/bar still retains many of the original architectural details like the exposed brick walls and tile floors, but it also provides modern comforts in dim lighting and contemporary wooden tables. Signature cocktails are the reasons why many visit this spot; try the Basil Smash made with gin, lime and cucumber syrup or the Fredo's Folly made with Conecuh Ridge Whiskey. Both cocktails are impressive and even if you don't order something fancy, cold beer is always on standby.