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Acre celebrates Southern hospitality and the fresh harvest provided by the local community.
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.
The Covered Arena is a unique way to entertain: Hosting events from a Circus, Boxing, Festivals, Auctions, Derbies, Socials, to Large or Small concerts
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.
Escape rooms are a fun, interactive game experience new to the Auburn/Opelika area. You and a small group up to 8 people will be immersed in a room with a specific theme and problem. You must work together as a team to solve puzzles, uncover clues and unlock locks in order to solve the problem or "escape the room." But your team must work quickly because you only have 60 minutes. Can you escape?
AMF Auburn Lanes offers best-in-class bowling and awesome anytime fun—featuring 24 all-star lanes, an interactive arcade, and an on-site Pro Shop that caters both to serious bowlers and those new to the sport.
We are a great place to use as your base of operations for exploring the Auburn-Opelika area and Auburn University and can offer tours of the area from a lifelong resident’s perspective. If you have business in the area, you will enjoy our business center and high speed data capabilities, copying, faxing etc. We are happy to offer advice and connections to local markets of our partner businesses. If you don’t have a tow vehicle, no worries. We’ll be happy to give you a ride into town or arrange a rental car or taxi service.
The Auburn University Club is the official home of the Auburn University golf teams. This is an 18-hole 7,326-yard championship course located on 225 acres of rolling hills and woods. This course is one for those who are up for a challenge, on any skill level. In addition to being the official course of the Auburn University golf team, it has a pro-shop with various products, including Auburn collegiate merchandise.
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.
Centered around beautiful Samford Park, Revivalist-style buildings date from 1850s to early 1900s. Historic buildings include University Chapel, Samford Hall, Hargis Hall, Langdon Hall.
Whether you're looking for a home away from home or simply a great location for an Auburn University event, Auburn's Gameday Center provides the perfect alternative to staying in a hotel! Furnished one and two bedroom units with full kitchens keep you comfortable for both short and long term rentals. While the crowds are fighting the traffic, celebrate Auburn's win with your friends and family members in your own, Tiger-themed villa. Gameday Center Sports Condominiums are luxurious, fully furnished, and the most exciting way to spend a weekend on the Plains.
For a true taste of Italy, visit Ariccia Trattoria. 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.
City's first separate black community cemetery. Four-acre site contains more than 500 marked graves. Oldest grave dates to 1879.
We are located in Auburn, Alabama, home of Auburn University and the Auburn Tigers. Our RV Park is family-owned and located on a farm just 2 miles off the I-85 Interstate and Chewacla State Park, in a quiet and scenic area. We offer partial and full hook-ups, dry camp sites, friendly service and more. Whether tailgating or just visiting the Plains or even Tuskeegee, you'll be glad you stayed with us.
One of the favorite items on the menu, Tiger Melt, was named along with Big Blue's Fantastic Bagel Chips as one of the "100 Dishes to Eat in Alabama Before You Die" by the Alabama Tourism Department.
Located in charming downtown Auburn, Bizili's Cafe serves breakfast and lunch. Hot pressed panini sandwiches, eggs, pulled pork & beef brisket, gumbo & salads. Home of the Muffinini! Now exclusively featuring Mama Mocha's local roast coffee for our brewed coffee and espresso! Fresh ground in house! We carry "Brass Knuckle" medium roast for espresso, "Dawn of The Dead" with 50% more caffeine and "Onyx" a full bodied dark roast. Pick up a pound in our retail section and we can fresh grind it for you too.
University Station RV Resort is an Auburn Football Tailgate RV Community located 3 miles from Jordan-Hare Stadium. We have over 500 RV full hook-up sites and host a wide array of events and entertainment throughout the year. Please check out our website for more information. www.universitystationrvpark.com
Alabama's First & Only Coal Fired Brick Ovens, where we prepare pizzas, calzones, wings, paninis and so much more!
This three-story bar, located in the heart of downtown, features an outdoor patio on the upper level.
Opened in 1989 by Glen and Stephanie Gulledge, Byron's Smokehouse is an Auburn landmark, serving the best Southern barbecue around. Serving barbecue pork, chicken and sausage.
The Candlewood Suites Auburn hotel is located in Auburn, Alabama and is a great place for business and leisure travelers alike.
Conveniently located in Auburn, this location provides amenities for training and conferences.
Get a taste of what a Cheeburger Cheeburger restaurant looks like before the doors open for the day. Imagine you have the place all to yourself. Take a seat at the soda fountain or pull up an old fashioned chair. Look around at the neon lights and neat signs and posters. Check out the cool T-shirts, gifts and collectibles. Turn on the fifties and sixties music. Feels good doesn't it? When the doors open for business, you'll be joined by a lot of people who feel the same way.
696 acres. 26-acre lake, six cottages, modern campground, picnic areas, pavilions, fishing, swimming, hiking/ biking trails, playground, tennis courts. Near Auburn University; perfect for football weekends.
Six rustic cabins provide year-round relaxation with convenience.
A chicken salad sandwich and a glass of sweet tea is a southern favorite, and no one does it better than Chicken Salad Chick. We offer the perfect blend of chicken, mayonnaise, and other fun ingredients to create a variety of chicken salad flavors that are sure to delight your taste buds. The dine in option is perfect for those who want to enjoy our full service deli, and it is a great way to experience all the flavors we offer.
Two miles from Auburn University, a full-service property with spacious rooms, restaurant, outdoor pool, meeting facilities, and catering.
Coffee Cat is a coffee shop located in downtown Auburn. They take pride in being a single permanent operation in order to better focus on the Auburn community, and strive to outsource as many of their products from local vendors and craftsmen (and women!). Their goal is to be a common ground for people from all walks of life, as well as an information hub for the community, while serving an uncompromisingly quality product.
Are you ready to break away from business as usual? The brand-new Courtyard Auburn sets the stage for a productive and enjoyable travel experience - whether you're with us for work or play. Located within minutes from beautiful Auburn University campus & Jordan Hare stadium, our hotel greets you with a contemporary and welcoming lobby. There's plenty of space to meet and relax here, as well as up-to-the-minute news with our GoBoard® technology and delicious food and Starbucks® coffee drinks at The Bistro. Thanks to complimentary wireless Internet throughout the hotel, you can stay connected at all times during your stay. But be sure to take time to unwind in your spacious room or suite, loaded with helpful amenities including a mini-refrigerator and a well-lit work area. A fitness center and outdoor pool help you stay focused, and 1180 square of meeting space allow you to plan a successful gathering. For a hotel that works the way that you do, choose the Courtyard Auburn.
This comfortable and inviting Historical Home combines a peaceful 19th century atmosphere with the comforts of 21st century living. All within walking distance to downtown Auburn, a variety of restaurants and the Auburn University campus and stadium. This Victorian B&B is located in the safe and peaceful historic district right down the street from the notorious Toomer’s Corner. Its main house is featured on the National Register of Historic Places and features 12 foot vaulted ceilings, richly carved mantles and gorgeous, period antiques.
"Home of Auburn's Favorite Square Treat" - Each of our donuts are made the old-fashioned way: handcrafted every day early in the morning to be served that day. Our Donuts are best enjoyed when they are fresh – that’s why we make them fresh every single day and never carry old donuts in stock. We wouldn’t want to eat a stale donut – why should we serve them to you? Our Donuts are made from quality scratch ingredients and feature homemade recipes for many of our toppings and fillings. Not only is our signature square shape one of a kind, our taste is, too!
The Donald E. Davis Arboretum at Auburn University showcases a collection of native plants from the Southeastern U.S. and is situated on 14 acres of the university’s main campus. The Davis Arboretum, which has a strong focus on Alabama’s plants and natural habitats, celebrated its 50th anniversary in 2013 and boasts more than 500 species of native trees, shrubs, vines, and wildflowers. Self-guided walking tours are available. Pick up a guide map at the pavilion to take a self-guided tour.
Home to array of specialty shops, restaurants and night spots, plus Tiger Trail of Auburn and Toomer's Corner, a mid-1800s drugstore.
Eagle's Landing RV Park is the closest RV park to Auburn University. We are located approximately a mile from campus and just under 2 miles form Jordan-Hare stadium. This puts us close enough to the action for you to enjoy the city but just far enough for you to be able to enjoy a comfortable and quiet country setting.
An early free black church, it was organized in 1870 by Thomas Glenn, a prominent area minister of the post-Civil War era. It is noted for its high degree of craftsmanship.
Three miles from Auburn University. Free breakfast next door at Waffle House, pet-friendly.
Open daily with live music except Mondays and Wednesdays.Located at Gentilly Station on the corner of Wire Road and Webster Road.
Formerly a private residence, this beautiful facility is situated on 18 secluded acres and features indoor and outdoor event space for corporate and university retreats, church staff planning retreats, weddings, receptions, and parties.
Fuji has over 35 different sushi rolls, from non-raw sushi rolls to artistic, fresh maki. Fuji also has a range of sashimi dishes and combinations featuring over twenty kinds of fresh seafood. Fuji's appetizers are a sure way to start a good meal. From delicious tempura appetizers to edamame, our appetizers are sure to please. We also feature three types of salads and miso soup for appetizers. First time for sushi? No worries. Our servers can suggest certain rolls for whatever your taste. We have completely vegetarian rolls, as well as non-raw and tempura rolls which are sure to please even the most skeptic inquirer. Don't like sushi? Although we always say that there is a sushi roll for every customer that comes to our restaurant, we have many Japanese dishes for you, including teriyaki combinations and tempura. Fuji Sushi Bar aims to please every customer that comes in. Special requests are welcome for both sushi and Japanese cuisine dishes. Fuji also accepts reservations and now has gift cards available.
Fusion offers an urban-loft vibe, in historic downtown Auburn, right by Toomer's Corner. The menu has diverse Asian selections which include beef, pork, chicken and seafood. We love classic fried rice, noodles and poke bowls. Whether you want appetizers and a drink, or dinner, this is the place.
How do we roll at Good Times? Watching our favorite bands on video walls. Relaxing on plush loungers. Chillin’ out with a tall cool drink. Feasting on over-sized eats with one hand and throwing strikes with the other. Bowling at Good Times isn’t the same old game-it’s an immersive lane-side experience that takes the game to a whole new level and transforms America’s favorite recreational pastime into something worthy of the 21st century!
Halftime is a classic American bar located in downtown Auburn, Alabama. Featuring, a full menu, full bar and 20 draft beers, this is the perfect spot to watch the big game. Food served includes: American, Burgers, Cajun/Creole, Sandwiches, and Tex-Mex.
Hamilton’s offers an intimate and casual atmosphere in historic downtown Auburn. We serve appetizers, salads, and sandwiches all day. Our menu consists of diverse contemporary American selections which include beef, pork, fish, and chicken of the finest quality. Our chef’s entrées are prepared daily and creatively presented. Patio dining and full bar available, live music on Mondays and drink specials daily.
At Hamilton’s on Ogletree you will find a neighborhood restaurant located in Ogletree Village, minutes from downtown Auburn and Tiger Town. You can enjoy an evening with friends and family in our relaxed atmosphere accented with a beautiful wood decor, creating a tasteful ambiance for everyone to enjoy. Plenty of room for big parties and making memories.
Three miles from Auburn University, off I-85 exit 51. Free hot breakfast, free Wi-Fi, pool, and more.
Hickory Dickory Park is "a unique playground experience for children," according to the Auburn Community Profile. This 12,000 square foot park located at 1399 Hickory Ln is composed of a play space, picnic area, and restrooms facilities. The park is not available for reservations for functions or parties.
Full service hotel four miles from Auburn University, off I-85 exit 57. Meeting space, free Wi-Fi, pool, and more.
Two miles from Auburn University, featuring an expansive great room, free Wi-Fi, complimentary deluxe continental breakfast, outdoor heated pool, and meeting space.
This warm and friendly Alabama hotel on the campus of Auburn University and a short walk from the excitement of Downtown Auburn.
"One of the best values for public golf in Alabama."
Centrally located, an extended-stay home away from home. Full kitchens, full-size refrigerators, free Wi-Fi, and an outdoor pool. Daily rates available.
Theatre, dance and art classes, performances, exhibits and events. Art gallery, 2 studio/classrooms, interactive children's room, conference room, large performance room.
The Jan Dempsey Community Arts Center is dedicated to enhancing the quality of life of Auburn citizens by bringing quality performing arts, visual arts and art education programming and professional gallery exhibitions to the community.
Known for its slow-smoked meat, cheese biscuits and scratch-made sides, the restaurant consistently receives accolades from local and national publications like Saveur and Bon Appétit.
Hear the history of each intercollegiate sport played at Auburn University.
One of the nation's largest college football stadiums.
The Jule Collins Smith Museum of Fine Art at Auburn University is a breathtaking icon of beauty and culture for the communities of Auburn and Opelika. Situated just off the soaring cathedral rotunda of the entrance lobby, the Museum Café offers an array of soups, salads, and light entrées, with menu selections changing weekly upon availability of seasonal ingredients. Sample selections include pumpkin apple soup; grilled chicken sausage, Swiss, and caramelized onion panini; and ham and asparagus crepes. With natural lighting and a view of the lake, this is a dining experience you don’t want to miss.
Changing exhibits and collections of American and European art. 40,000-sq.-ft. building: seven exhibition galleries, gift shop, restaurant, auditorium, landscaped walking paths. Located two miles off I-85.
Walking and biking trails, two ponds, large pavilion for picnics and other events. Home to Auburn CityFest (arts & crafts festival) each April.
The Kreher Preserve & Nature Center (formerly Forest Ecology Preserve) is a nature center established as an outreach program of the Auburn University School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences designed to reach out to all people of every age with a strong focus on families and children.
In the heart of downtown Auburn, the building home to the Amoco service station since the 1950s was transformed into a one-off restaurant and patio bar. Built on Auburn traditions, LiveOaks was named after the beloved Toomer’s Corner oaks that were replanted the same week the restaurant opened its doors. Offering a rustic dining environment with a modern twist, LiveOaks brings tradition and innovation together through its menu, location, and charm. Full bar available. Reservations accepted.
Auburn's ONLY in house roasting company. You need to try this coffee. “The quest for the perfect cup of coffee shouldn't stop at one origin or one roast level. It's a journey down a rabbit hole that has no certain ending.”
Conveniently located off Interstate 85, Microtel Inn & Suites by Wyndham Auburn hotel brings you a better stay with excellent comfort and value. Our Auburn, AL, hotel near Surfside Water Park is minutes from a variety of popular area attractions. Get a fresh start to your morning with free continental breakfast, and plan your day using free Wi-Fi Internet access. Take advantage of other conveniences like a free daily newspaper and free outdoor parking with access to electrical outlets. We offer Jacuzzi suites as well as non-smoking and handicapped-accessible rooms at our pet-friendly Auburn, AL, hotel. Each suite features a sleeper sofa, wet bar, microwave and refrigerator. Kids 17 and under stay free with an adult.
Moe's Original Bar B Que serves up an award-winning, all things Southern, Alabama BBQ experience. The
The ORIGINAL Momma G's in Auburn, AL. Home of the Famous "Momma's Love" and other Signature Steamed Sandwiches, Famous Nachos, Salads, Soups, Pitas, Wraps, Draft Beer, and more! Momma Goldberg’s Deli opened in 1976 in Auburn, a college town in Southeastern Alabama. The original location still operates on the corner of Magnolia Avenue and Donahue Drive, making it the oldest independently-owned restaurant in the city.
"Eat Here! Relax here." Auburn-Opelika’s answer to fun & unique casual dining! Niffer's has been an Auburn staple and community favorite since 1991. Fun, casual dining with an extensive menu of great food at great prices and terrific daily specials. Full bar and patio dining available. Mon-Wed 11am-10pm, Thurs-Sat 11am-10:30pm, Sun 11am-9pm. Reservations not accepted.
One of the area's finest examples of antebellum Greek Revival architecture (1850s) in heart of 127-acre Kiesel Park.
Pannie-George’s selection of meats and vegetables encompasses the rich taste and textures of the owners’ unique Southern style cooking. Named after their grandparents, the owners and operators of this casual, cafeteria-style restaurant have created an establishment where customers are “welcomed and treated like a respected member of Pannie-George’s family,” and it has quickly become a paragon of traditional Southern cooking in the Auburn area. Selections vary daily - other than their legendary fried chicken which is a staple- and include items such as catfish, meat loaf, macaroni & cheese, purple hull peas, cabbage, banana pudding, and sweet potato pie. peas, cabbage, banana pudding, and sweet potato pie.
Pho Lee is Auburn's Vietnamese restaurant, featuring traditional dishes like pho, bun (rice noodles) and classic favorites like pad thai.
Live jazz music Friday and Saturday nights except on home football game weekends. Located inside The Hotel at Auburn University.
Voted the No. 1 college baseball facility in the country by Baseball America. Weight room and Watson Field House, a 50-yard indoor turf facility, nearby.
Three miles from Auburn University, off I-85 exit 51. Free deluxe continental breakfast, free parking, and seasonal outdoor pool.
Centrally located between Auburn & Opelika, featuring pool, free breakfast express buffet, newspaper, and extended cable.
Large bar with live music most evenings.
Three miles from Auburn University, off I-85 exit 51. Free deluxe continental breakfast with hot waffles, free highspeed internet, and one of the area’s only indoor pools.
Two miles from Auburn University. Queen studios or efficiency apartments, all featuring fully equipped kitchenettes, laundry facilities, and high speed internet.
Stinky's Fish Camp Auburn is located just minutes from Jordan Hare stadium and offer's the fun, quality, & consistency that you have come to know from our original location in Santa Rosa Beach, Florida.
Craving a margarita? There is no better place than Tacorita in downtown Auburn. The tacos are superb, especially when accompanied with one of their hand-crafted margaritas. Try the Skinny Margarita – made with agave nectar, lime juice and orange juice instead of the usual sour mix; the Spicy Rita – made with grapefruit, fresh fruit puree and jalapenos slices; or freshen up with the Cucumber Rita. The options are endless at Tacorita, and they have daily drink specials. Tacorita serves a wide variety of tacos. The menu features cheesy chicken tacos, fish tacos, brisket tacos, tempeh tacos and much more. Appetizers, soups, salads and a children’s menu are also included in the menu.
A luxury 40-room boutique hotel in the heart of Auburn, The Collegiate is where Southern comfort meets Southern style to celebrate history, hospitality, and cherished traditions. The Collegiate Hotel is nestled across from Auburn University’s campus in Wittel Hall, a former women’s dormitory undergoing a multi-million-dollar renovation. This historic property was built in 1940 with additions made after World War II to house Auburn’s burgeoning enrollment of female students.
An American Seafood brasserie located at the Historic Auburn Train Depot. Featuring gulf-coastal cuisine, the Depot plates up Alabama's freshest seafood in a modern industrial Victorian-inspired space.
The Hound is a family-owned restaurant and bar featuring over-the-top American classics, top shelf bourbon, and 28 craft beers on tap. Owners Matthew Poirier and Jana (Caruthers) Poirier moved back to Auburn with the dream of opening a local watering hole featuring simple, delicious food with a focus on bacon, bourbon, community, and family. Menu items include meatloaf, craft beer braised chicken, 1/2 lb. bacon BLT, wild-game sausage, our Big Fat 16 oz Steak, thick cut bone-in Berkshire chop, home-spun vanilla bean ice cream, and bread pudding with a bourbon caramel sauce! Our menu is short, simple, and changes with the seasons. Our food philosophy is the same as our life philosophy: we support local community by sourcing locally and giving back, provide a place for people to feel at home, get to know your neighbor at our community table, and just enjoy the simple things we have all been given. We source locally and regionally and harvest from The Hound family farm in Lafayette, Alabama when possible. Try our fantastic Sunday brunch! Full bar available.
Plaques in Uptown sidewalk embedded with names of athletes and coaches who brought recognition to Auburn. College St. & E. Magnolia Ave. at Toomer's Corner
Home of the recently laid to rest 'Auburn Oaks', Toomer's Corner is a Historic Landmark where thousands flock to celebrate Triumphant War Eagle Scores.
"World famous lemonade." An original, soda fountain-style diner and drugstore, Toomer’s has been an Auburn tradition for over a century! Located in the heart of downtown Auburn where the city and campus come together, you’ll find delicious sandwiches, soda fountain specialties, and snacks along with a full line of Auburn souvenirs.
TownePlace Suites by Marriott® is an extended-stay hotel where you can balance work and life as you like, with the comfort, flexibility and affordability you require. Relax and feel at home with a fully equipped kitchen and high-speed Internet access.
Tru by Hilton is a category disrupter. It’s built from a belief that being cost conscious and having a great stay don’t have to be mutually exclusive. Tru focuses on what matters most to guests, with a hotel that is more than just a place to sleep, it’s a true travel experience.
University Station RV Resort will meet all of your tailgate and camping needs. We are located two miles from Auburn University campus with transportation to and from AU football games.
Formerly Provino's, Venditori's offers casual dining in a unique Italian atmosphere featuring fine, homemade cuisine and desserts with beer and wine available. Private dining area available. Call-ahead seating available.
The Waverly Local has been described as “seasonally inspired, simple southern fare amidst mid-century modern decor in a beautifully repurposed garage setting.” Chef Christian Watson is an Auburn native and discovered his love for culinary arts while tending his family farm growing up. The Local has been a longtime ambition of his, as he has worked alongside his lifelong friend and Waverly resident Andy Anderson to implement this Alabama concept.