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Featured on "Roker on the Road" hosted by NBC weatherman Al Roker and filmed by the Food Network, Kora's Place has been serving delicious soul food for more than five years.
Barbecue pork, ribs, chicken and more await you!
We specialize in steaks and seafood. Come enjoy a very unique dining experience with tons of history.
Sixty-something year-old Edna Brown has been serving customers at The Red Barn Restaurant in Demopolis since it opened 23 years ago.
Oakmont Bed and Breakfast is located in the heart of historic Eutaw, surrounded by more than 50 antebellum and Victorian-era homes.
More than a café and bakery serving delicious lunches and extraordinary pies, PieLab is a community platform for conversation, ideas and design.
Deli and Bakery
Uniquely southern coffee and gift shop located in historic downtown Grove Hill, Alabama on the courthouse square.
Mr. Bobby Dahlberg has been the sole owner and operator of the fish camp since it began 50 years ago (1955). His daughter Lora Jane has been manager of the restaurant for the past 6 years. The fish camp is open daily for gas, cabin rentals, docking, snacks and R.V. space rentals. The restaurant is open Thurs.-Sun.
Mama Nem's Pepper Jelly is homemade at the Rural Heritage Center in Thomaston from a time-tested, local recipe.
Offering coffee, specialty cakes, Gelato (ice cream) and cupcakes and more.
Larkin's Restaurant & Deli serves soul food in a family friendly atmosphere. From fried chicken and fish to peach cobbler, Larkin's specializes in country cooking. Stop by and enjoy!