Vintage Café Coming Later this Year to Cloverdale

Vintage Hospitality Group is proud to introduce Vintage Café. Coming in late summer/early fall opening to the Old Cloverdale neighborhood, the new concept will be located at 416 Cloverdale Road in the old Regions Bank building, across from Vintage Year. While its flagship restaurant is a fine dining restaurant, Vintage Café will be a coffee and retail shop as well as an eatery featuring healthy options for breakfast and lunch along with pastries, fresh salads, baked goods, crepes, grilled paninis along with grab and go items. With indoor/outdoor seating and open daily from 7am – 3pm, the new bistro will also feature drive thru and walk up windows for picking up high quality coffees, lattes, and cappuccinos. 

“We look forward to adding this complementary concept to the already successful businesses in this well known area,” said Vintage Hospitality Group Proprietor Jud Blount.  “As I grew up in this neighborhood and have worked on the 400 block of Cloverdale Road for over 20 years, I knew this historic building that served as a bank for 62 years would be the perfect spot.”

Blount and his Vintage Hospitality Group team of General Manager Chase Brown, Assistant General Manager Bryan Wooden, and Executive Chef Eric Rivera have over 50 years of experience in the restaurant and hospitality industry.  The Vintage Year has been an important part of the fabric of Montgomery’s social scene since 1984. What began as Montgomery’s only specialty wine shop soon became a destination for gourmet lunches and later dinner entrees that accompany the extensive selection of wines. The Vintage Year has held the honor as one of the Capitol’s favorite dining experiences for decades with over a quarter century of stories to be told. Over the years, the restaurant has changed ownership but the focus remains the same. The Vintage Hospitality Group is dedicated to providing guests with the finest food, outstanding wines and spirits along with excellent customer service. 

For additional information, interviews or photos, please contact Lorrie Dixson Griggs of Eskimo Advertising at lorrie@eskimoadvertising.com. For more information about Vintage Year, visit www.vymgm.com

Moe’s Original Bar B Que Set to Bring Southern Soul Food Revival to Montgomery

Moe’s Original Bar B Que is coming to Montgomery in the early summer to 1051 East Fairview Avenue in the former Sinclair’s location in the Old Cloverdale neighborhood. A perfect spot for families, professionals and college students in the area, this fast casual restaurant will provide award-winning Southern BBQ, down home sides and fresh desserts daily for lunch and dinner. Offering premium catering services and large takeout orders, the service-oriented staff will also be ready to accommodate any size group or party. Complete with distressed wood paneling, sports and music memorabilia on the walls, the 2500 square foot interior will seat around 120 patrons total with 65 guests in the dining room, 30 at the bar and 25 on the patio. There will also be occasional acoustic music plus other entertainment as well as a full premium bar complete with multiple TVs featuring concerts or sports. 
 
“After working for Moe’s Original Bar B Que at the headquarters in Colorado in the summer of 2010, I later went back to Tuscaloosa to finish college, only to move back to Vail to train for four more years ,” said co-owner Hill Lubin. “At this point I loved the company’s history and knew I wanted to be a part of the future by bringing the successful concept back to my hometown. It took my partner, Richard Boyles, and I three years to find the perfect spot as we knew that this neighborhood with a really relaxed and artsy feel would be a phenomenal location for the brand.” 
 
Recognized with many awards, Moe’s Original Bar B Que has been named one of the Top 10 Rib Joints in the U.S. by Relish and Top 10 BBQ Chains in America by USA Today and The Daily Meal. Moe’s Original Bar B Que features award-winning pulled pork, ribs, wings, turkey and chicken smoked over hardwood served along with Catfish and a Shrimp sandwich. Additionally, a daily rotation of traditional, traditional sides and house-made desserts are prepared fresh from recipes passed down for generations. In 15 years, Moe’s  Original Bar B Que has grown from a junkyard pit to over 50 successful restaurants in 16 states.
 
For interviews, photos, a press kit, menus or a complimentary media tasting, contact Lorrie Dixson of Eskimo Advertising at lorrie@eskimoadvertising.com. For additional information about Moe’s Original Bar B Que, visit www.moesoriginalbbq.com.