Friday, December 12, 2014

Ah Ha! The Greatest Last Minute Gift.. FOOD!

Looking for a last minute gift for that one friend or relative that might be a little picky?
This should be perfect!

Birmingham Originals eGift Card Is The Perfect Holiday Gift
Instantly available gift cards valid at 21 Birmingham Originals’ member restaurants
(Birmingham, Ala.) – Give the gift of local flavor with a Birmingham Originals eGift Card this holiday season. The eGift card is accepted at 21 Birmingham Originals’ member restaurants and can be purchased online at  
The Birmingham Originals eGift Card is instantly available upon purchase, which makes it the perfect gift for last minute shoppers. The cards can be printed, emailed or redeemed from a mobile phone. Gift cards are available in the amounts of $10, $25, $50, $100, $150 and $200 and never expire.
Participating restaurants in the eGift Card program are: 26, Asian Rim, Avo, Bellini’s, Bistro Two Eighteen, Cantina, Cosmo’s Pizza, dg, FoodBar, Homewood Gourmet, Hot & Hot Fish Club, Iz Café, John’s City Diner, Little Savannah, Nabeel’s, Ocean, Silvertron Café, Slice, Ted’s Restaurant, The Bright Star, The J. Clyde and V. Richards. Others may be added.
 “Our eGift Card is a great holiday gift for friends, family and co-workers,” said Jerry Hartley, president of Birmingham Originals and owner/operator of The J. Clyde. “It’s exciting to know people can give the gift of some of Birmingham’s best restaurants.”
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About Birmingham Originals

Birmingham Originals, established in 2002, is an organization of local, independently owned and operated restaurants with passionate restaurateurs seeking to increase awareness of Birmingham’s unique regional flavors and locally produced food, as well as give back to the community in which they serve. With its approximately 65 restaurants and community members ranging from upscale to down-home, the coalition strives to elevate the Birmingham community not only through its food, but also its charitable and cultural contributions.

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