In 2022, there will be 12 bars and eateries in Birmingham

In 2022, there will be 12 bars and eateries in Birmingham ...

The city of Birmingham is hosting a string of new projects in 2022. From award-winning bars to new eateries from veteran chefs, here are twelve eateries and bars coming to the city this year.

Feizal Valli, a developer, is planning to open a new building in December, which he had not previously closed the Atomic. In a December episode, Valli stated that he wanted to take a look at a few areas, and he -- as luck would have it -- discovered one of the spaces. Valli, during the episode, said he intended to put the house on hold by the spring.

According to and The. A jazz club in Birmingham's Uptown entertainment district will feature local and national performers.

A bakery and ice cream business is relocated from Alabaster to Birmingham's Uptown entertainment district. The dessert shop is famous for its "Kollasal" milkshakes, topped with cookies, candy, and other ingredients, as well as her selection of cupcakes and specialty cake designs. In 2020, pastry chef and owner Kristal Bryant opened a location in Birmingham. "It's my hometown, and that's where most of my customers are."

Chuy Mendez and Vinh Tran are expanding their culinary portfolios with Adios, a tequila and margarita bar. The bar will be the building's first commercial tenant, according to reports. "We both have a long-standing reputation as a margarita bar, and we realized there was a lack of appetite for a new concept as a margarita bar," Mendez said. "We both wanted to bring in Mexican culture with a twist

The next cocktail bar from long-time Birmingham bartenders and owners of the Hawaiian-inspired food truck Paradise Chow is also collaborating on the project. Last year, Bennett and Easterling made the official public announcement about the bar on Instagram. The bar will be a brick and mortar equation of their range of bartender popups.

The main menu for traditional New York style sandwiches include Italian (Boar's Head smokemaster ham, hot capicola, Genoa salami) the pastrami (Hot Boar's Head top round pastrami, melted Swiss cheese, house made coleslaw) and chopped cheese (round chuck tossed in caramelized onions and Boar's Head white American cheese).

The new restaurant will be opened in the long-vacated lot in Avondale, Tennessee, along with the Shell gas station. The trio, Clint Gray, E.J. Reed, and Derrick Moore, have locations in Tennessee, Georgia, and California. I know [Slim & Husky's] will be a game changer for Birmingham. The music...the pizza is amazing, Ridgeway said.

In May, Cajun Steamer plans to open a Cahaba Heights area.

The Cajun Steamer Bar & Grill Cahaba Heights will be located at 3151 Green Valley Rd. It will join restaurants in Hoover, Trussville, Huntsville, and Murfreesboro and Franklin, Tenn. A grand opening with a Bourbon Street-themed party will be held for the public, with live music, swag, and giveaways.

Hi-Wire Brewing, based in Ashville, will serve as the anchor tenant of Lakeview Green, a newly constructed mixed-use project in Birmingham's Lakeview District. (Courtesy)

An Asheville, North Carolina-based craft brewer, announced in February that its operations would expand into a corner area inside the buildings main building on the corner of 4th Avenue South and 29th Street South. The brewery is planning to open a 24-tap bar with neon decor, family friendly games, and communal seating.

On February 25, 2022, Frothy Monkey was approved by the Birmingham City Council for a restaurant retail liquor license. (Photo by Greg Garrison/

i live in a former Urban Standard area at 2320 Second Ave. North, a Nashville based independent cafe, specialty coffee roaster, and wholesale bakery. In February, Frothy Monkey received a restaurant retail liquor license.

In 2022, SOCU Southern Kitchen & Oyster Bar, which began in Mobile, Ala., will open a second building in the Pizitz Food Hall in Birmingham. (Photo courtesy of SOCU Southern Kitchen & Oyster Bar; used with permission)

The executive chef and owner of In Mobile is set to Barrett will open a second Alabama location of the popular Southern seafood eatery at in the Pizitz. SOCU will move into Fero's full-service restaurant space, which was closed in 2018.

At 2212 1st Avenue North, Bar La Fete will be based in the new Mercantile.

The chefs behind Birmingham's and the popular bakery Bandit Patisserie are set to launch a third concept. "We believe Birmingham already has a pretty sophisticated wine palate. Here's how to make it a happy place for those who have never been there before."

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