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This Fairhope bed and breakfast has offered quaint accommodations to visitors for more than a decade.
This unique bay front stucco home was built in the early 1930's and has been lovingly restored, remodeled and enlarged through the years to hold family heirlooms and period antiques which date back five generations. Wicker, stained glass, hooked and oriental rugs abound in every room. Everything from a mantel to a sofa or silk tie quilt has a very special story.
Complete with a riverside patio, rocking chairs and frequent live music, Big Daddy's is known for its po'boys and the Big Daddy burger, made with Swiss and American cheeses, sautéed onions, bacon and a half-pound beef patty.
Manufacturing brewery with a tasting room where patrons are welcome to purchase and drink beer. Bring your own food. Children welcome until 6:00. Tours and private events available.
Warm and elegant are words many use to describe the 107 year-old home that houses the Fairhope Inn & Restaurant.
Fly Creek Cafe, Bar & Marina - A Casual Waterfront Restaurant and Marina in Fairhope. Featuring fresh seafood, hamburgers & nightly chef specials - Live Music & Free Sunsets
Baldwin County's oldest restaurant featuring award- winning breakfast and lunch.
Mary Ann's Deli has been dishing up "Fairhope Soul Food" since 1984 - an Eastern Shore lunch cafe known for classic Southern favorites.
Serving barbecue, burgers and seafood in Fairhope.
Chef Pete Blohme's menu features burgers, hot dogs, made-from-scratch soups, and European paninis made with house-roasted meats and homemade mozzarella.
Sandra's is a small, corner cafe serving breakfast, lunch, coffee and desserts. There's limited seating inside, so locals suggest taking your sweet tea and chocolate cake to the patio to watch the hustle and bustle of downtown Fairhope.
Kid friendly sports bar outdoor seating
Casual fine dining in the heart of downtown fairhope. Fabulous but elegeant atmosphere, Black angus steak, fresh gulf fish, happy hour daily and daily specials.
The Wash House in Point Clear serves Southern and coastal cuisine in a rustic yet elegant atmosphere. Signature dishes include chateaubriand, trigger fish and key lime bread pudding.
Will Hughes brings 25+ years as one of the Eastern Shore's most beloved chefs to his cafe and quirky food truck - now anchoring the restaurant mix at Windmill Market.