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Auburn Displaying items 5 of 29

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Acre celebrates Southern hospitality and the fresh harvest provided by the local community.

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Opened in the early 1990s as a place to feature the original owner's handmade Shulbock tables (and the first cold draft Heineken in Auburn), Amsterdam Cafe has evolved into a farm-to-table restaurant utilizing ingredients from local growers and the cafe's own gardens. Purchased by the Cleveland family in 1998, the Vincent Van Gogh-inspired, upscale eatery recently expanded to include the Starry Night Lounge.

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For a true taste of Italy, visit Ariccia Trattoria & Bar. An open kitchen and outdoor terrace seating add character to this restaurant which serves breakfast, lunch, dinner, and Sunday Brunch. The chefs create menus that incorporate the freshest seasonal ingredients and can be enjoyed in a variety of Italian specialties. Ariccia features an espresso bar, unique wine list, and has a private dining room for special events.

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The Auburn Draft House is a brand new restaurant in downtown Auburn providing 44 craft beers and delicious, house-made American food. Are you not entertained? The Draft House hosts live music, regularly scheduled comedy and trivia nights through the week. Offering a modern-rustic-industrial setting, this pub feels homey and stays open late on weekends.

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Located inside the Auburn University Club, Clubhouse is a full restaurant and bar, open to the public, serving both lunch and dinner. Our Chef, Robert Calhoun, has customized a menu based upon freshness and creativity for all to enjoy. The warm, cozy atmosphere of our lounge and the screened in, covered patio is the perfect place to wind down after a long day of work. Certainly, Southern charm at its best! Known for its warm yet intimate ambience, our staff strives to ensure that you and your guests have a memorable dining experience at AUC by providing true “southern hospitality.” Whatever your needs, we welcome all for everything from your drink after work to your date night, while offering the perfect spot for any corporate or social lunch or dinner gathering. We have lunch specials Wednesday to Sunday and can get you out and back to work quickly, or join us for dinner for a more intimate and quiet setting with a larger menu. Check us out on Facebook and Twitter to see our weekly specials and Thursday night live music.

Camp Hill Displaying items 1 of 1

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Located in east central Alabama, 4.5 miles off of Hwy 280 at mile marker 94. Large selection of muscadine, grape and fruit wines to sample and choose from.

Hurtsboro Displaying items 1 of 1

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A family dining restaurant with a meat-n-two vegetable special. Specialities include fried chicken and homemade pies. Founded by Louise Hughes, now run by her son Don.

Notasulga Displaying items 1 of 1

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We are located in Notasulga, Alabama.Coming from I-85 from North or South you would get off at {exit 39} and head for Notasulga.Turn Baby Turn will be 4.7 miles on the right.. You cross the bridge you went too far.........

Opelika Displaying items 5 of 15

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Located in the historic Haynie’s Drugstore building in Downtown Opelika, Cafe 123 Owner John Robert Wood has created a classic fine dining experience in a casual atmosphere. Featuring Southern cuisine with French influence, Chef Eron Bass has prepared a menu rich with hand-cut meats, fresh seafood, and the highest quality ingredients, all prepared to order. Chef Specials and fresh cheesecakes offered daily. Private Dining and full bar available.

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For almost 40 years, our "made from scratch" recipes have made us 'the best of he best," the Cock of the Walk! If you're looking for bland, run of the mill, "taste like everybody else's" food, you've come to the wrong place.

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Since 1991 Jimbob's has been a hometown favorite. Family owned and operated, you’ll feel at home while savoring a great meal in our casual and relaxed dining room. Experience our delicious food, attentive service, and a friendly atmosphere; come see what has made us one of the most popular restaurants in town for nearly 20 years.

Brewery Distillery

John Emerald Distilling is a small batch craft distillery located in beautiful downtown Opelika. Their mission is to honor their forefathers by making the finest Spirits available. Stop by for a taste test, tour the facility, or try one of their craft cocktails! Experience the light, crisp and refreshing Hugh Wesley’s Gin – made with hand-picked Alabama Juniper Berries. Do you prefer vodka? The Elizabeth Vodka is the first of its kind in Alabama – a corn-based vodka that is triple filtered to smooth out its demeanor. John Emerald Distillery features more Spirits including John’s Alabama Single Malt, Spurgeon’s Barrel Aged Rum, and Gene’s Spiced Rum. JED is wicked good.

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At the Lakeview Room you’ll experience casual fine dining nestled among 600 acres of natural beauty. Located inside the Auburn-Opelika Marriott at Grand National and featuring three meals daily, including the finest steaks in the area. Large, hand-cut, and aged certified Angus beef. Also offering special weekend buffets and terrace dining. Reservations accepted.

Phenix City Displaying items 2 of 2

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Barbecue pork, ribs, chicken, smoked sausage, pork chop sandwiches and more.

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AJ's Sports Bar and Grille, Phenix City's best kept secret

Tuskegee Displaying items 3 of 3

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Dorothy's Restaurant at the Kellogg Hotel and Conference Center features traditional Southern cuisine, warm hospitality and a relaxed atmosphere.

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Located in the historical First Tuskegee Bank across the street from the Macon County Courthouse. The historic park creates the SQUARE.

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Enjoy a country buffet that features six different entrees and a variety of vegetables and desserts.

Union Springs Displaying items 2 of 2

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Characterized as "flat good" and given "four big thumbs up" by Montgomery Advertiser's Al Benn (and his wife), Hilltop Grill's ("The Grill") barbecue is reminiscent of the Fourth of July and political election festivities from rural Alabama in the 1940's. The skills of slowly cooked pork, served with a special sauce and stew are as intact today as they were when "The Grill" opened in 1945.

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Vintage Ice Cream Parlor/Sandwich Shoppe with local Museum & Art gallery w handmade jewelry & gifts . Located in the 1880 Josephine Hotel Building in the downtown Historic District of Union Springs, Alabama