Wolfe Orthodontics is an orthodontic practice serving North Shelby County and greater Birmingham. We provide orthodontic care for children and adults with a wide variety of treatment options including Invisalign, invisible braces, and traditional braces. We create beautiful smiles crafted to each patient's needs.
Sips and Snips guides budding blossomists in the practiced art of petal arranging using flowers from local nurturer Helena Florist. Skilled instructors teach amateur artists how to arrange seasonal and themed bouquets during the approximately two-hour classes. The upcoming Spring Fever class on April 7 ($45) celebrates vernal splendor, and Greetings from the Garden on April 19 ($40) coaches flowers in proper diction so they can drop their uncouth Cockney accents.
From services centers dotted across 10 states, the ASE-certified technicians at Express Oil Change have confidently tweaked the engine systems, brakes, and tires of broken-down rides for more than three decades. The oil changes, performed in speedy 10-minute windows, keep vehicles running smoothly on commutes, road trips, or marathon quests for rare Pringles flavors, and a commitment to quality work, friendliness, and integrity helps ensure that customers never feel pressured to purchase a service or add-on.
With its stock of locally grown and seasonal produce, the chefs at Frankie’s Market Cafe put a fresh stamp on home-cooked comfort food. The café’s rotating menu is made daily from scratch and includes fried chicken, baked ham, and fried catfish. To balance out plates, guests can peruse a vegetable bar that includes about 12 items including candied yams, collard greens, and tomatoes and peaches from Chilton County. Slices of homemade dessert such as peanut-butter pie and red-velvet cake end meals on a sweet note.
Frankie's Market Cafe can also cater to large groups and parties, providing homemade comfort food for your next social gathering.
The first Golden Rule Bar-B-Q and Grill?a roadside joint frequented by locals and travelers alike?served its first heaping plate of lovingly smoked barbecue in 1891. The restaurant has since adapted with the times, acquiring a car-repair garage, neon signs, and a hovercar dock, in addition to nearly a dozen saucy outposts across Alabama and Mississippi. Now the various locations serve slow-cooked, hickory-smoked meats served with a variety of secret-recipe sauces and sides such as collards or mac 'n' cheese. Guests can also forgo the sauce and order surf 'n' turf dishes such as a hand-cut charbroiled steak or a creole grilled fresh catfish fillet.