You’re here, you’re road-weary, and you’re hungry. But, not for long. Your first stop will be at Blueprint on 3rd, a polished-casual brasserie with a deep and abiding love for regional cuisines. You’ll want to make reservations. And, if the weather’s nice, ask to sit out back.
Rub elbows with the locals at Demetri’s Barbecue for breakfast. Yes, barbecue. But, don’t be put off, Demetri’s breakfast offers up standard breakfast fare (along with a few BBQ-related dishes) in a cozy, down-home environment. For a treat, ask for toasted biscuits and honey.
Start your day with something a little different on the brunch side with a visit to El Barrio. Here, brunch is handled with a distinctly latin flair – a wonderful and spicy way to start the day.
Before heading out, we recommend brunch at Chez Lulu. Located in English Village, this funky little European café feels like it was picked up from the Rive Gauche and dropped right here in Birmingham. If the weather is nice, enjoy brunch al fresco.