Foodie Friday #EatDrinkBham

“One cannot think well, love well, sleep well if one has not dined well.” – Virginia Woolf

As a foodie and blogger, I was overjoyed to attend this local food event! Eat Drink Sign Just in case you’ve been under a rock and have no idea what this is, please see below:

As stated on eatdrinkbham.com: Eat Drink Birmingham is a craft beer and food pairing experience. Guests enjoy unlimited samples of signature dishes from Birmingham restaurants that have been expertly-paired with a variety of excellent craft beers.

Overall, I LOVED EVERYTHING! There was nothing that was underwhelming about the various dishes. With that being said, here are my top 5 favorite dishes from Eat.Drink.Birmingham.

1. Crawfish Pasta – Homewood Gourmet As a pasta and seafood lover, this was one of my top favorite dishes served at the event. I was told that it is not “shown” on their regular menu, but you can request it at any time. Doesn’t hurt to ask, right?! Homewood Gourmet 2. Filet Fricassee & White Chocolate Bread Pudding – Bellini’s The filet fricassee was also served with roasted corn, gorgonzola, fingerling potatoes, and a balsamic glaze. I ate the bread pudding so fast that I forgot to get a picture of it. That’s a clear indication of how good it was! filet 3. Parsnip Apple Bisque – DG Restaurant This dish was a foodie first for me and I wasn’t disappointed. Parsnip Soup 4. Peppered Pork with Mango Chutney – Jo Jo’s on Broadway Processed with VSCOcam with f2 preset 5. White Chocolate Bread Pudding w/Raspberry Coulis – Silvertron Café At this point, I’m sure you can tell that I’m a fan of bread pudding. If you’ve never had it, you have to stop by Silvertron one day soon! Processed with VSCOcam with f2 preset Some of my other favorites from this event were the shrimp and grits from Cosmos (only served during brunch on the weekends) and the bbq pork sliders from Bob Sykes (one of my childhood faves) I’m not really a big beer consumer, so Back Forty’s “Paw Paw Peach” made 1-5 in the category of “beer favorites”. It has a light taste and it is not “overly” fruity, therefore it does not lose its “beer flavor”.

Overall, I was satisfied with the execution of the event and I left with a happy tummy too!

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9 Comments Add yours

  1. Great recap my foodie friend! That food looks so good. Can’t wait to do it again!

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  2. Nadine says:

    I am so glad that you were able to make it out to the event! All the food was so delicious!!!! The filet from Bellini’s was my top choice. I ate every last bite that was on my plate! It was great seeing you!

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    1. I really enjoyed the event! I was so happy to see you and my other blogger friends. Bellini’s is next on my restaurant list. I had 3 bowls of bread pudding from Bellini’s. I’m pretty sure I gained a few lbs as a result of this event. I’d do it again!

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  3. Great post. Never knew this, thanks for letting me know.

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