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Birmingham Restaurant Week celebrates vibrant local culinary scene

Though the country may just now be discovering Birmingham’s dynamic food scene, locals have been talking about it for years. Birmingham Restaurant Week, now in its sixth year, plans to celebrate this local scene with style. With more than 60 participating restaurants, the event is expected to experience its best year yet with a focus on increasing business and attracting tourism.

The event, which starts Friday and runs through Aug. 23, will have participating restaurants offering prix-fixe menus for lunch and dinner ranging from $5 to $30.

James Little, a district manager with REV Birmingham and founder of Birmingham Restaurant Week, said the program’s concept is to promote locally owned and operated restaurants with the aim of getting people in the door during a slow time of the year. The event has been so successful that it’s become a model for other cities in the state and across the nation.

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