Where to Eat
Birmingham, Alabama is home to world-class dining at every price point. From meat and threes to five-star dining, the restaurants in the Birmingham region offer something to satisfy everyone’s tastes. And we’re not the only ones that think so! Birmingham has been the buzz in national publications from The New York Times to Elle Decor, Southern Living to Readymade. See for yourself what everyone is talking about.
There’s something special about Alabama food. Some of our restaurants have been family-owned and operated for nearly a century. Others have grown from new ideas and fresh ingredients. And the cuisine is just as diverse as the restaurants that serve it. From backyard, brick pit barbecue and soothing soul food to five-star fine dining and international fare – it’s all on the table here in Alabama. Taste what Alabama has to offer with The Year of Alabama Food.
Expand your palate, find a restaurant, and treate your taste buds with some of Birmingham’s best food.
Where to Stay
For any trip to the region, there’s a perfect place to stay. Use these resources to find accommodations that meet your business or vacation needs.
Airport and Airlines
A visually exciting gateway to the city, Birmingham Shuttlesworth International Airport gives visitors easy access to the metropolitan area. Direct service is provided to 50 cities with 70 daily departures, and the city is only one stop away from anywhere. Birmingham-with its array of major airlines serving the area-is well positioned in terms of cost efficient air travel.
For the most up to date information, as well as flights and cities served, visit the Birmingham-Shuttlesworth International Airport Web site. Before traveling, be sure to familiarize yourself with parking, the terminal, and learn more about the Special Services offered at BHM.
Taxi and Cab Services
Amtrak operates daily passenger service to Atlanta, New Orleans and New York.
Hours: 8:30am – 5pm, seven days a week, 365 days a year.