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Legendary Fox Valley Restaurant closing their doors

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports HELENA --The Alabama Tourism Board publishes the list of 100 Dishes to Eat in Alabama Before You Die. Among those dishes are the famous crab cakes at the legendary Fox Valley Restaurant in Maylene. But if those crab cakes are on your bucket list, you better hurry. On June 16, the restaurant owner-chef announced that Fox Valley would close their doors after almost th ...

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Clay restaurant named Alabama’s best beef by Alabama Cattlemen’s Association

By Chris Yow Editor MONTGOMERY — Alabama natives have always said the best barbecue can be found in the strangest of buildings. The Barbecue Stop in Clay embodies that stigma. In a building resembling a portable storage unit, the restaurant serves up delicious meats from their grill. Throughout the time Barbecue Stop has been grilling and smoking their meats, it has won a number of awards. Add another of th ...

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Trussville craft beer brewery receives fed approval, first beer headed for store shelves

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE --In less than 90 days since the Trussville city council approved zoning changes to allow the Slag Heap Brewing Company to locate on Main Street downtown, the proposed brewery has received approval from Department of Treasury, Alcohol and Tobacco Tax and the Trade Bureau for their brewer's notice. Slag Heap's Joe Meadows said the process normally takes fo ...

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Several local restaurants in latest JeffCo restaurant ratings

From Trussville Tribune staff reports JEFFERSON COUNTY -- The Jefferson County Department of Health released its latest restaurant ratings, with Trussville locations of Taziki's Mediterranean, Salvatore's Pizza and Olive Garden on the list. Score Name Date Smoke Free 99 The Station 1709 1st AVE N BIRMINGHAM 35203 5/31/2017 Y 92 MIKES QUICK STOP #9 (FORESTDALE SHELL) 1604 FORESTDALE BLVD BIRMINGHAM 35214 5/3 ...

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Crazy Horse hosting 3rd annual Crawfish Boil; will benefit Brad Echols Family Foundation

From Trussville Tribune staff reports   ARGO – Crazy Horse restaurant in Argo is hosting its 3rd annual Crawfish Boil this weekend, and the event will now benefit the Brad Echols Family Foundation. Crazy Horse owner Hunter Evans said his goal is to donate $10,000 to the foundation. The event will take place Saturday, May 20, at 4 p.m. at Lazy M Farm. There is a $10 entry fee to the event, and there wil ...

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Trussville UMC to host “Storytellers” concert to benefit T.E.A.M.

By Nathan Prewett For The Tribune TRUSSVILLE – Trussville United Methodist Church (TUMC) will be holding a concert benefiting Trussville Ecumenical Assistive Ministry (T.E.A.M). The concert, called “Storytellers,” will feature four local singer-songwriters from Trussville. “Storytellers” is organized by Karen Marrolli, who is the director of music ministry at the church, and will be one of the featured sing ...

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Edgar’s Bakery plans downtown Trussville location

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE --The list of new additions to Trussville's downtown district just keeps growing. The city council plans to consider an agenda item on Tuesday night that will authorize mayor Buddy Choat to sign a real estate agreement with Dotry Enterprises for 156 Main Street, the former location of the Sticks and Stuff furniture store. If all goes as planned, Terry and ...

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Birmingham Food Park plans to open soon featuring food trucks

From Trussville Tribune staff reports BIRMINGHAM -- The dream of the Birmingham Food Park is nearly a reality. [caption id="attachment_14856" align="alignleft" width="300"] The Dreamcakes food truck outside of a Birmingham business near TrussvillePhoto from the Dreamcakes Bakery Facebook page[/caption] The park will be a dedicated city block and will feature food trucks from around the city daily. It will b ...

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Birmingham Children’s Theatre delights Pinson kids with ‘Wake Up, Brother Bear’

By Nathan Prewett For the Tribune PINSON – Birmingham Children’s Theater (BCT) came to the historic Rock School Center in Pinson to present an interactive play, “Wake Up, Brother Bear” to more than 270 kids and their families in attendance on Friday morning. The event was hosted by the Pinson Public Library. [caption id="attachment_39472" align="alignleft" width="300"] Sister Bear (played by BCT actress Han ...

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Two new food options added to Homestead Village shopping center

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE --The line up for food options appears to be set for Homestead Village with the total choices growing to five eateries. Joining the previously announced Panera Bread, Jimmy John's and Zoe's Kitchen will be Frios Gourmet Pops and the fast casual restaurant Ironstone Pizza Works. The shopping center is expected to be fully open this spring. According to the ...

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