Some of the fresh items on the menu at Nabeel’s Café that can also be found in the market include their famous chicken salad, Avgolemono soup, Tzatziki Dip, Taramasalata Dip, Hummus Dip, Tabouli Salad, Pimento Cheese, and Pita Crunchies.
Posts Tagged ‘August 2016’
I don’t really have a motto, but perhaps the best way to sum up my philosophy of living is to have a balanced life.
Ever been to Flip Burger Boutique at The Summit? If not, you are missing more than a great hamburger. It not only has a cool concept, but its food is also as unique as its “twisted” ambience.
One of the things I set out to do when beginning my career as a wardrobe stylist almost 16 years ago was to dispel the myth that a stylist was a luxury only afforded by celebrities or wealthy people.
At OvenBird everything is cooked over a live fire, and food is served in small plate format, inspired by the live fire traditions of Spain, Portugal, Uruguay, and Argentina.
You don’t have to be a person of faith to show grace. And truly, there are plenty of religious people who don’t show grace, either.
Beverage director Noah McCullough handcrafts three popular cocktails: Oak Aged Manhattan, Blackberry Mojito, and Senior Rhum Fizz.
Birmingham native Daniel Scheinert’s new film Swiss Army Man is inventive. It’s weird.It has a lot of flatulence.
The Hard Working Americans’ sound is rock and roll through and through—you should catch them when they come to Iron City Aug. 19.
A self-described “coastal girl,” Claire Cormany’s artwork is influenced by the surf, the sea, and the sand.
A horror film director takes a comedic Western turn in In the Valley of Violence. And Sidewalk is showing it opening night.