October 13th, 20236:00 - 10:00pm

Every city has a unique heritage, shaping what they have become today, and Birmingham is no different. FOOD+Heritage will be an annual event, each year celebrating different cultures, communities and parts of our city’s heritage that have played a role in shaping the Magic City’s distinguished culinary identity.

As we honor the 60th anniversary of the civil rights movement, the inaugural FOOD+Heritage dinner will recognize a period in Birmingham history that shaped the future of our city and our country. The pivotal events of 1963 were a message to the world that helped the fight against segregation and racial injustice. Sixty years later, Black chefs have played a major role in defining the culinary identity of Birmingham, our region, and country, and FOOD+Heritage will be a celebration of their talent, creativity, and entrepreneurial spirit. At this seated, multi-course dinner, guests will gather, dining al fresco at Birmingham’s iconic Pepper Place, to recognize acclaimed Black chefs from the Magic City and across the region.


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    • 2829 2nd Avenue South
    • Birmingham, AL 35205


    Event along 29th Avenue S; free parking available in the lots in and around Pepper Place.


    Birmingham is located in the Birmingham & Tuscaloosa Area of the Central Alabama Region



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