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Baumhower's serves up a power menu of burgers, fresh gulf seafood and southern comfort food along with our signature Buffalo-style chicken wings. Mild to "bring da pain" hot - wash it down with Bob's own handcrafted Blackberry Brew. Enjoy gametime on one of our 60 flatscreens, or just family time in a relaxed casual setting.
Black Warrior Brewing is a brewery and tasting room located in the heart of historic downtown Tuscaloosa. Grab a friend and stop in for a cold pint and a tour of the brewery.
Alabama's First & Only Coal Fired Brick Ovens, where we prepare pizzas, calzones, wings, paninis and so much more!
Southern style food served with a great river view.
Pork ribs & white bread.
Once known as Pat James' Full Moon Bar-B-Que, the restaurant, famous for its half-moon cookies and chow-chow — a spicy, sweet Southern relish — was bought in 1996 by brothers David and Joe Maluff. Full Moon now boasts eight locations, including the original in Birmingham's Southside.
The Guthrie family restaurant opened in Haleyville in 1965. It wasn't until 1978, however, that the famous chicken fingers and sauce — the result of a contest between the Guthrie children to see who could make the best chicken finger sauce — were added to the menu.
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.
Moe's Original Bar B Que serves up an award-winning, all things Southern, BBQ and Live music experience
Momma Goldberg's Deli has served the Auburn area since 1976. Recently the eatery, famous for its Momma's Love sandwich (a combination of roast beef, ham, turkey and Muenster cheese) has expanded to more than 20 locations across Alabama and Georgia.
The best hamburger in Alabama!