Posts Tagged ‘bottega’


Bottega: A Legacy of Culinary Craftsmanship

Wednesday, January 7th, 2015

The word “bottega” means an artisan’s workshop, where one’s craft is displayed and offered for sale. Bottega’s cuisine is Italian-inspired, created with local and organic products integrated with artisan products from the Italian countryside.

10 Spots: My Favorite Places

Thursday, January 3rd, 2013

10 SPOTS:  My favorite places by Kathy G This was a hard assignment because there are so many wonderful places to dine in Birmingham. In fact, I think we have the very best “culinary scene” in the South. I love to support the local restaurants and am so proud of their connection of farm to… Read More

10 Spots: Dining Ideas for November

Thursday, November 1st, 2012

10 spots: Dining Ideas for November by Richard James Dreamland There really isn’t anything like them. Dreamland ribs are the perfect fall food, fitting right in with the other obsession of the season, football and tailgating. Aside from the original Tuscaloosa location and Birmingham’s Southside outpost, you can find Dreamland now in Huntsville, Mobile, Montgomery,… Read More

10 Spots: For Pizza

Monday, July 2nd, 2012

by Jason Horn Dave’s Pizza From the prominent velvet Elvis painting to wacky pizza names like the Hot Chick, this downtown Homewood spot has personality to spare. Thankfully, the food is just as tasty. The enormous covered patio is the perfect spot to have a beer and watch the game. 1819 29th Ave. S, Homewood;… Read More

10-spots for italian

Friday, May 11th, 2012

By Jason Horn Bettola Chef James Lewis and his rigorously authentic Italian dishes have received plenty of national acclaim, from being named one of the best new chefs of 2011 by Food & Wine to a James Beard Award semifinalist nod this year. The wood-fired pizzas, house-made pastas and more are all wonderful. 2901 2nd… Read More

10 Spots

Monday, April 2nd, 2012

For Appetizers by Jason Horn Avo This spot upstairs from Dram Whiskey Bar serves a somewhat fancier menu than its sister restaurant. The West Coast-inspired fare includes Sonoma sliders: mini-burgers on house-made focaccia topped with onions, port-wine mustard, and melted foie gras. They’re definitely more than indulgent enough to share, though you may not want… Read More