We're nearing the end of the month-long "Birmingham's Best Eats" series of short blog posts by Birmingham foodie writers organized by Wade Kwon over at WadeonBirmingham.com. A few recent highlights:
Tailgating the Magic City Way: "With college football season starting‚ it’s time to tailgate. Whether you’re headed to the Plains, tailgating in T-Town, cooking out in town or just gathering around the HD in your living room, serve a little Birmingham to your guests."
The beginner's guide to Birmingham-area Asian grocery stores: "The Birmingham grocery-scape has become increasingly dotted with Asian, Latin and other ethnic markets. Foreign by nature for many of us, they can seem especially intimidating if you’re accustomed to today’s massive chain supermarkets, where products are mostly familiar and layouts are homogeneously streamlined to move you from buggies to produce to meat."
Nabeel's Cafe in Homewood offers fine authentic Greek fare: "Nabeel’s Café constantly bustles with happy patrons for a reason: The food is authentic, fresh and lip-smackingly delicious."
Max's Delicatessen: Anatomy of a Reuben: "Taking inspiration from the great delis of Detroit and New York, Max’s Delicatessen at the Colonnade features more than 40 sandwiches. But the standout on the menu is the Reuben ($8.99)."