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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.
After 36 years in business, owner Chuck Ferrell still prefers to do the cooking at Chuck's. The eatery is known for its sauce and chopped barbecue pork sandwich with slaw.
The moon never sets on this hickory-smoked barbecue eatery with outposts around the state.
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.
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.
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.
Ma Fia's offers flavorful, handmade Italian dishes prepared to order. Specialties include a variety of fresh fish, seafood, and artisan pizzas.
Welcome to one of Auburn and Opelika's truly refreshing and unique Asian restaurants. Here at Mandarin House, we offer a wide selection of Chinese, Thai, and Sushi cuisines for both lunch and dinner. We invite you to dine with us in our exquisite oriental restaurant!
Still in its original location on Pepperell Parkway, the owners of this 50s style walk up are the third generation of the Story family to serve the freshest “fast” food in the area.
Niffer’s Place opened in 1991 with the concept of good food for an excellent value in a fun atmosphere. Auburn alum owner Keely Beasecker loves to hear that people enjoy the food and the friendly service, but the thing she loves to hear most is that people have FUN here! Over the years specials like our Burger Night, Wing Night, Beer Specials, and Wednesday Kids Eat Free have drawn many loyal customers. Fun begins with the many unusual decorations, colorful chalkboards and continues with a magician/balloon artist making his rounds at the tables, a play area for the kids and live music on occasion. Niffer’s menu began with a wide variety of items to choose from and still has the same variety, but MORE! We have something for everyone from wings, nachos, huge salads, ½ pound burgers, grilled chicken with steamed veggies, pasta, vegetarian dishes, kid’s menu, desserts, and more! Niffer’s Place is proud to have become a hot spot at Lake Martin as well as an Auburn Tradition, and we now have a third happening location in our Niffers on the Tracks in historic downtown Opelika! Full bar and patio dining available. Reservations not accepted.
The Opelika story being told through Ice Cream! They offer 31 flavors of decadent ice cream and are located along the railroad tracks in downtown Opelika. Try the Chunky Monkey Park, Spring Villa Vanilla, Summer Swing Strawberry, Railroad Tracks and more. Described as “A sweet treat destination for the authentic Opelikan” by the Opelika-Auburn News.
Red Clay Brewing Company has its roots firmly entrenched in the South. It offers a wide variety of beer and soon to offer ciders to fill a 12 tap taproom. Red Clay Brewing also offers beer for distribution so you can pick it up at local restaurants or growler stores in Lee County Alabama.
Since 1993 the Warehouse Bistro has provided the Auburn-Opelika area a culinary escape from the ordinary. Owner- Chef Joe Hippely painstakingly prepares and embellishes each dish using only the freshest quality ingredients. The diverse menu is complemented by nightly Chef Specials, an award-winning wine list, and a full bar. Located in an actual warehouse district, you’ll discover meticulous service in a casual and eclectic atmosphere unlike anything else in the area. Serving dinner 6pm to 9pm Tues-Thurs and until 10pm on Fri-Sat.
Zazu Gastropub focuses on fresh local ingredients to create fine dining cuisine in a laid back, pub-like atmosphere. Featuring over 20 Craft Beers on tap as well as an extensive wine list.