Breakin' Bread - Local Flavor Festival 2014
Sunday, October 5, 1-5 p.m.

Location:
Birmingham’s Railroad Park
1600 1st Ave. S.
Birmingham, AL 35233
www.railroadpark.org

Tickets: All tickets include unlimited food and (age appropriate) drink tastings, activities and live musical entertainment. (See additional VIP benefits below.)

1. General Admission Tickets (Age 19+) 
2. Young Adult Tickets (12-18)
3. Children Under 12 – FREE
4. VIP Tickets- A limited number of VIP tickets are available. VIP guests will be granted access to the VIP area featuring additional dishes prepared by guest chefs, covered seating, wait service and special drink selections.

Hotel Accommodations:

The Hotel Highland
1023 20th Street South Birmingham, AL 35205 205-933-9555 www.thehotelhighland.com

 

Birmingham Originals has partnered with The Hotel Highland for discounted hotel room rates available from October 11-13. The discounted rate for participants will be $99 for the contemporary rooms and $139 for the suites, plus tax and parking per night. Guests should call the hotel directly at 205-933-9555 and ask for the "Breakin' Bread" rate or email Renee Deason at rdeason@thehotelhighland.com

 


Local Flavor Festival 2013: Celebrating 10 Years of Breakin' Bread FOOD & BEVERAGE VENDORS

ALABEV / BIRMINGHAM BEVERAGE

ALABAMA CROWN

 

ASIAN RIM SUSHI COMPANY

AVO

 

BELLINIS RISTORANTE & BAR

BIRMINGHAM BUDWEISER

BISTRO 218

BISTRO V

BOB SYKES BAR-B-Q

BOTTEGA RESTAURANT & CAFE

BUFFALO ROCK COMPANY / PEPSI

CANTINA / SOL Y LUNA

CATHEAD VODKA

CENTURY RESTAURANT & BAR

CHEZ LULU / CONTINENTAL BAKERY

COSMO’S PIZZA

CRESTLINE BAGEL COMPANY

CULINARD CAFÉ

DG RESTAURANT & BAR

HOMEWOOD GOURMET

HOT AND HOT FISH CLUB

INTERNATIONAL WINES

IRONDALE CAFE

IZ CAFE

JOHN'S CITY DINER

JOJO'S ON BROADWAY

LITTLE SAVANNAH RESTAURANT & BAR

MAFIAOZA’S PIZZERIA & NEIGHBORHOOD PUB

NABEEL’S CAFÉ & MARKET

OCEAN AND 26

PINNACLE IMPORTS

RED DIAMOND

REGIONAL PRODUCE DISTRIBUTORS

ROGUE TAVERN

ROYAL CUP COFFEE

SATTERFIELD'S

SLICE PIZZA & BREW

SOL’S SANDWICH SHOP & DELI

SUPREME BEVERAGE

SWEET TEA RESTAURANT

TED’S RESTAURANT

THE BRIGHT STAR RESTAURANT

THE FISH MARKET

THE J. CLYDE

THE PANTRY BY STONE HOLLOW FARMSTEAD

THE SILVERTRON CAFÉ

V. RICHARDS

VILLAGE TAVERN

VINO


FAQs:

What is Local Flavor Festival?
It is the premier food and wine fundraising festival of Alabama hosted annually on the second Sunday in October by The Birmingham Originals. www.birminghamoriginals.org. Enjoy samplings from more than 40 independent Birmingham restaurants with wine and beer tastings. This year, we are celebrating 10 Years of Breakin' Bread.

When is Local Flavor Festival?
It is held annually on the second Sunday in October. Local Flavor Festival 2013: Celebrating 10 Years of Breakin' Bread 2013 is on Sunday, October 13 from 1-5 p.m.

Where is Local Flavor Festival?
It will take place at Birmingham’s Railroad Park located at 1600 1st Avenue South, Birmingham, Alabama 35233 www.railroadpark.org

Where can I buy tickets?
Tickets may be purchased online and at the door. Please remember the number of VIP tickets is limited.

Do you accept credit cards?
Yes. Major credit cards and debit cards will be accepted.

What’s included in the General Admission ticket?
General admission tickets allow access to all food and wine tastings with the exception of the VIP section.

What’s the benefit of a VIP ticket?
VIP ticket holders will have access to a covered seating section, signature dishes from four famous Alabama chefs, special drink selections and wait service from participating restaurants.

Is there a hotel partner?
Yes. Birmingham Originals has partnered with The Hotel Highland in 5 Points South for discounted hotel room rates available from October 11-13. The discounted rate for participants will be $99 for the contemporary rooms and $139 for the suites, plus tax and parking per night. Guests should call the hotel directly at 205-933-9555 and ask for the "Breakin' Bread" rate or email Renee Deason at rdeason@thehotelhighland.com
www.thehotelhighland.com

How do I get around at the festival?
It is a walking festival covering approximately 2 blocks (including the park’s natural amphitheatre). You may bring lawn chairs or a blanket for concert seating.

Where do I park for the event?
There are numerous free parking spaces on the streets and in lots surrounding the park on Sundays.

Does the festival benefit any nonprofit organization?
Yes. Local Flavor Festival 2013: Celebrating 10 Years of Breakin' Bread will raise money for select charities, including Healthy Kids, Healthy Communities of Jefferson County.

Are children allowed at the event?
Yes. Admission is free for children under 12.

Are tickets refundable?
Tickets are non-refundable.

What happens if it rains?
Coming soon...

Is smoking allowed?
No. There is no smoking at Railroad Park

Is there a dress code?
No. Casual clothing and comfortable shoes are suggested.