Birmingham Restaurant Week: Second Helpings

Clockwise, starting from top left: Rojo's appetizer sampler, Oscar's pepperjack chicken sandwich, Primeaux's bourbon cherry dark chocolate tiramisu, and Moe's Original BBQ's turkey, pork, and all the sides

Clockwise, starting from top left: Rojo’s appetizer sampler, Oscar’s pepperjack chicken sandwich, Primeaux’s bourbon cherry dark chocolate tiramisu, and Moe’s Original BBQ’s turkey, pork, and all the sides

“But, Clair,” you might say, “Why are you still posting about Birmingham Restaurant Week? It ended yesterday!” You’d be partially right since Restaurant Week itself ended yesterday. But 11 local eateries are extending their special menus until Saturday for a good cause. Called Second Helpings, this limited BRW extension gives people the chance to keep eating for a good cause. A portion of the proceeds from every meal purchased between now and Saturday at these locations will go towards to REV Birmingham’s Urban Food Project’s Farm to Corner Initiative.

During the ten original days of Restaurant Week, we bloggers managed to hit most of the Second Helpings participants. Links to reviews that have been published are included below.

Black Market Bar & Grill – Five Points South
Chez Lulu (review is of the Continental Bakery DT menu)
East 59 Café
The Grill at Iron City
Little Savannah
Moe’s Original BBQ – Lakeview
Oscar’s at the Museum
Primeaux Cheese + Vino
ROJO
Silvertron Café
Slice

For more Restaurant Week and Second Helpings coverage, check out the BRW website and James Martin’s blog The Sipologist

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