Food Festival Guide: where to get your grub on in the Magic City!

It's no secret that the Magic City loves food! That's why every year Birmingham hosts tons of delicious food festivals. We've rounded up some of the most popular foodie events right here in our convenient Food Festival Guide!

September 2019

Food Festival

Jewish Food and Culture Fest

Sunday, September 8, 2019 from 11 AM – 3 PM
Levite JCC of Birmingham
3960 Montclair Rd, Birmingham, Alabama 35213

Join us for The Friedman Family Foundation Jewish Food and Culture Fest on Sunday, September 8th from 11am – 3pm at the Levite Jewish Community Center.

The event features the When Pigs Fly Kosher BBQ Cook-Off and is a fun, free, family-friendly celebration that’s open to the entire community!

We’ll have food available for purchase, live music, kids activities and so much more!

Thanks to the Marvin and Ruth Engel Fund and the Unrestricted Fund of the Birmingham Jewish Foundation for helping make this event possible.

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Fiesta Bham 2019!

Saturday, September 28, 2019 from 12 PM – 8 PM
Fiesta
710 20th St N, Birmingham, Alabama 35203

The largest #Hispanic Festival Returns to Alabama for its 17th year! Join us at Linn Park

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October 2019

food festival

47th Annual Greek Food Festival

Thursday, October 3 – Saturday October 5 from 10:30am-10:00pm
Holy Trinity – Holy Cross Greek Orthodox Cathedral
307 19th St S, Birmingham, AL 35233

The Birmingham Greek Festival began in 1972 and is one of Birminghamʼs oldest cultural food festivals and most highly anticipated southeast event. The festival is an act of love of Birminghamʼs Greek community going back to 4 generations preparing authentic Greek cuisine. For three days you will experience the Greeks’ legendary zest for life. Besides delicious Greek cuisine, youʼll enjoy Greek music, dancing, and a warm spirited atmosphere that embraces everyone as family. As thousands of returning patrons can attest, you will leave a devoted fan.

The festival offers free admission, indoor and outdoor dining, and food plates are individually priced. Be sure to stroll through The Greek Market Place which has Mediterranean and Orthodox Christian souvenirs. Free parking is located in the former Liberty National parking building located one block away on 20th Street (Richard Arrington Blvd) between 3rd and 4th Avenue.

The convenient drive thru service is available all three days from 10:30am-7pm. No need to call ahead and place your order. Our servers will greet you, take your big or small order, and deliver right to your vehicle.

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