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Located inside an unassuming, converted house, The Brick Pit boasts a custom smoker built to serve 500 pounds of meat each day.
The Van Antwerp Building is the first Skyscraper in Alabama, as well as the rest of the Southeast. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places with such distinction. The building was designed by George B. Rogers, who designed many of the unique structures in downtown Mobile. This venture by Garet Van Antwerp and his sons was started in 1906 and completed in 1908. It was built for the purpose of providing a new home for the family operated Drug Store which had occupied this corner since 1884. Many of the features from the "New" Drug Store remain intact today. The ceiling is of the 1906 vintage and was hand tooled by Italian artisans. There is also still some of the original patterned mosaic tile from 1906 near the front entrance. The remaining tile is "almost original" as it replaced the mosaic due to a lack of durability within a few years of operation. Many other original features also still exist. The Mahogany wood work behind the bar served as the prescription counter for the family owned drug store, and the Brass Chandeliers and other light fixtures with their fans provided the light and cooling as air conditioning was not added until the 1950's. The Thermometer just outside the front entrance, which is still accurate to this day, was a popular stopping point for many of the downtown merchants and customers. The Marble Columns and Rear Stairs, as well as the exterior of both the Dauphin Street and Royal Street sides, which are made of terra cotta tiles, have also withstood the years. Today the original "Drug Store" is home toCafe Royal.
Dauphin’s, on the 34th floor of the Trustmark Bank Building in downtown Mobile, Ala. offers the highest waterfront view anywhere from Texas to the Florida Everglades. Guests enjoy a nearly 360 degree view of this bustling port city from far up the Mobile River to south to Dauphin Island.
It's the traditional Southern roadhouse that inspired the song "Cheeseburger in Paradise."
Legendary Food, Legendary Fun!
Located in Olde Towne Daphne, the building that houses the East ShoreCafe used to be a private home and schoolhouse.
Mike's Smokehouse Market in Daphne, AL offers delicious and slow-smoked meats that you and your family will enjoy. Our BBQ market contains everything you need to be a smokehouse master yourself.
Moe's Original Bar B Que serves up an award-winning, all things Southern, Alabama BBQ experience.
Roussos proudly serves fresh, local seafood, steaks, pasta, salads, gumbo and mouth-watering desserts. Even with the closing of its store-front location, Roussos still serves the best seafood on the Gulf Coast. Let our catering team bring the Roussos experience to your next event. With every meal served, the Roussos family and staff combine proud Greek heritage and genuine Southern hospitality.
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.
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
Located in downtown, this laid-back hangout features the best gumbo, jambalaya on the Gulf Coast, along with sandwiches, soup an dlive music.
The Punta Clara Candy Kitchen in Point Clear has been making candies and confections daily since 1952.
Seafood is the main attraction at Felix's Fish Camp, but the panoramic view of Mobile Bay tends to steal the show, especially at sunset.