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With two locations, one in Florence and one in Sheffield, owner John Cole's caters to barbecue lovers with his special smoked barbecued chicken, ribs and pork meat.

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A family restaurant, with establishments in Florence, Decatur and Tuscaloosa, offering steaks, ribs, salmon and an array of other foods with special entertainment on Thursday and Friday nights.

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Origin of the famous Dale's Steak Seasoning, which can be purchased in local grocery stores, this restaurant landmark specializes in delicious, marinated steaks and seafood.

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Barbecue restaurant in Florence, Alabama

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Specializing in Southern gourmet food, Eva Marie's offers everything from a grilled cheese or peanut butter and jelly sandwich and a deli roast beef or ham roller.

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Award-winning, hickory-smoked meats and sauces served in relaxed, casual-dining style hunting lodge. Home-made desserts win awards too! Voted "Best Ribs" by Times Daily readers 2004.

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Owner Richard Lain acquired this business in 1996 but people have come from far and wide for more than four decades to enjoy the home-styled cooking of Granny's Country Kitchen.

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It's Like Being in Germany!

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Chicken and pasta, shrimp and pasta or lots of pizza that's Ricatoni's at its finest.

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Riverside is a family restaurant that serves breakfast, lunch and dinner.

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Rosie's Mexican Cantina serves traditional Tex-Mex cuisine in a festive atmosphere and boasts several locations in Huntsville. In addition to its reputation for serving breast meat chicken and homemade tortillas, Rosie's is known for its special house and vegetarian dishes.

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Alabama Food's 2014 "Quest for the Best BBQ" Champion. Dry-Rub Hickory Smoked BBQ Meats. Carryout only. Thurs., Fri & Sat

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Talk about love at first sight! In 1917, Paul Trowbridge stopped in Florence on his way to a dairy convention in North Carolina. He liked the area so much that he returned to Texas, packed his possessions and moved his family to Florence.