New Avondale pizzeria + 4 delicious new openings not to be missed

The founders and owners of Slim + Husky’s: Derrick, Clint and Emanuel. (Slim + Husky)

Monday is back, Birmingham. While you might be sleeping through your holiday weekend, we’re not sleeping on these five new openings that are sure to please The Magic City. Ready? Let’s go.

1. Sahani Bham

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This new food truck will turn heads. (Sahani Bham)

Get ready for a food truck like no other. Sahani Bham has officially taken to the streets of Birmingham to serve authentic Kenyan flavor. Owned by David Kimani, an avid cook, Sahani’s vision came to fruition at the height of the pandemic. Now they serve all kinds of Kenyan dishes incorporated with some of the classics that everyone knows and loves. Be sure to hit them for Sunday Nyama Choma (roasted meat served chilled).

And after? Expand the menu. Kimani says,

“Some other Kenyan dishes [will be] added to the menu soon in addition to what we already serve.

-David Kimani, Owner, Sahani

  • Location: TBD- check their Instagram for their daily location
  • Contact: instagram

2. Pizza Beeria Slim + Husky

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Before long, this place will turn into a bright and tasty pizzeria. (Olivia Moses/Bham Now)

A new pizzeria is heading to North Avondale. The highly esteemed Slim + Husky takes its roots further south in Nashville to open Alabama’s first location. They are known for their oval pizzas, delicious combinations and tasty cinnamon rolls. “Pizza. Art. Music” is their motto and we can’t wait to see what they do as the opening approaches.

Don’t want to wait? Head over to their website and have a frozen pizza delivered right to your door. Trust us, you can’t go wrong. We already have our eyes on the Red Light Special.

3. Design of the Troy Rhone garden

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We can’t wait to discover this new local shop! (Jacob Blankenship/Bham Now)

The new openings keep coming and we’re certainly not crazy about them. Welcome to Troy Rhone Garden Design in the neighborhood, everyone. This new European garden antique store will serve as an extension of Troy Rhone’s established design business. This new spot occupies the space of Maison, a home goods store that has since moved across the street.

Since this new location is all about garden design, it’s possible they’ll start offering gardening accessories and apparel, according to a recent Birmingham Business Journal article.

4. Skin wellness | gray stone

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Dr. Corey Hartman consults with a patient at Skin Wellness. (Bham now)

Dr. Corey Hartman and the team at Skin Wellness are thrilled to announce their new Greystone location. Perfect for all of our 280 residents, this new location will be located at the corner of Highway 280 and Highway 119 at Crossroads Medical Plaza.

Although the opening date is yet to be determined, be sure to make an appointment to meet the team at the Homewood location near Independence Drive. They specialize in aesthetic, medical, cosmetic, and laser dermatology, so if you need it, chances are they have it.

5. Engineering for kids

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We look forward to seeing Engineering for Kids make a splash in Hoover area schools. (Splash)

The Engineering for Kids program has officially made its way to Hoover. This STEM educational program teaches students the importance of bringing science, technology, engineering, and math into the classroom. Although there is no real Engineering for Kids site, the program is taught in several local school districts.

They use a variety of camps, courses, events and more to make the world of STEM both fun and engaging. It also helps educate children about the different roles in the workforce with the growing need for roles in technology and engineering.

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