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Considered the cornerstone of the Cullman community, All Steak restaurant is described by the Birmingham News as "the place where half of Cullman' comes to talk about politics and football." Its origin dates back to 1934 when it was founded in Tennessee by Millard Buchhmann. The original name was to have been "All Steak Hamburgers," but when the sign was made, Millard did not have the money to add the word "Hamburgers" to it. In 1938, he moved the business to Cullman. Since then, the restaurant has changed owners and locations a few more times, landing in 1998 at the top of the Cullman Savings Bank building. Over the years, however, the sign, the service and the food have remained the same. People from far and near enjoy the prime ribs, seafood and other culinary delights, but it's their signature orange rolls that keep them coming back.
323 3rd Avenue Southeast, Cullman, AL 35055, USA Cullman, AL 35055
256 734-4322
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  • 323 3rd Avenue Southeast, Cullman, AL 35055, USA
  • Cullman, AL 35055
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Orange Rolls

While some things have changed at All Steak over the years, the original orange roll recipe and picturesque view of downtown Cullman remain the same. The rolls have been around since All Steak was in its original location, and have been a local favorite ever since. All Steak says their orange rolls are “world famous,” and it’s not hard to believe there’s some truth to all that boasting.

The soft, chewy rolls get their delicious sweet and tart tang from a glaze made with plenty of sugar, butter and a hint of orange peel. Home cooks have long tried to recreate these unique treats, but nothing compares to the original.

Some call All Steak’s orange rolls addictive. So much so that diners manage to save room for them after devouring the restaurant’s signature steaks, and some folks have been known to stop by the downtown hot spot just to pick up a dozen (or two) of the rolls to go, either already made or packaged to cook at home.

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