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Where To Eat

Classic on Noble

Restaurant

David and Cathy Mashburn built a reputation for great catering before restoring downtown Anniston's Levy and Clark building and opening Classic on Noble. Once a saloon, the late 19th century-era structure turned fine dining restaurant now sees the likes of numerous politicians and musicians and draws the attention of local and national publications for its lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch menus.

For more information visit:
http://www.classiconnoble.com

Classic on Noble
1024 Noble St.
Anniston, AL 36202
256-237-5388
Hours of Operation
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Famous Dishes

Shrimp and grits


Shrimp and grits, originally a Low Country fisherman's meal known as "breakfast shrimp," have become a Southern standard. Plain, spicy, cheesy or tangy, the dish can be prepared in as many different forms as cooks can imagine.

Classic on Noble's version is rich, creamy and full of Southern flavor. The grits are cooked with plenty of heavy cream and whole milk and then combined with apple wood smoked bacon, fresh collard greens and chopped tomatoes. Jumbo shrimp and andouille sausage are sautéed with garlic and deglazed with chardonnay, cooked with heavy cream until reduced to the desired consistency, and then served over the grits.

The shrimp and grits first appeared on the menu about 12 years ago, and owner David Mashburn says the dish was an immediate hit. "They became everyone’s favorite dish," he says. "It outsells everything else on the menu by 75 percent." The shrimp and grits are included on the restaurant's popular Sunday buffet.