Birmingham, Ala. “Chef/co-owner Chris Hastings has a passion for transforming the freshest and tastiest morsels that show up at the kitchen door,” Gayot writes of this Birmingham, Ala., institution, where many of the city’s chefs got their start. For years, a down-home sensibility with an obsession for quality and seasonality was the backbone of Hastings’ concept. But amid the hoopla, Hot and Hot has in some ways become Haute and Haute,” wrote Eric Velasco ...

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