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Hayden Displaying items 1 of 1


We serve top-notch barbecue in Blount Springs.

Moody Displaying items 1 of 1


Bluegrass Barbeque, great food and atmosphere.

Odenville Displaying items 1 of 1


Charlie's BBQ has been serving up great BBQ since 2008 and was voted Best BBQ Dive in Alabama in 2015! All your bbq favorites PLUS Beef Brisket and Smoked Wings that have no rival.

Oneonta Displaying items 1 of 1


Charlie B's served old-fashioned Southern meals that include such menu choices as buttermilk-fried chicken, cornbread dressing, creamed potatoes, sweet potatoes, cream corn, and sweet potato pie.

Pell City Displaying items 2 of 2


We are all about hickory. Boston Butts to go by the pound for $5.49. Ribs and Baby Backs. We serve BBQ sandwiches, rib sandwiches and hamburgers all day long and can get you in and out faster than anyone!


Golden Rule is the oldest continuously running restaurant in the state of Alabama, and the sixteenth oldest in the country. If there’s one thing we’ve learned in all that time, it’s how to BBQ. There’s is only only one rule… The Golden Rule!

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The Ark Restaurant sits just off Highway 78 East, not far from the old Bankhead Bridge, and has maintained a reputation as one of Lake Logan Martin's favorite destinations for more than 60 years. Operated since 1979 by current owner Sylvia Cornett and her son, Warren Smith, the casual catfish house is known for its fried seafood, burgers and other Southern favorites.

Springville Displaying items 1 of 1


The cafe serves breakfast and lunch Monday through Friday. It features a Southern style buffet and menu.