Where To Eat
It's the traditional Southern roadhouse that inspired the song "Cheeseburger in Paradise." It's where the waitress will call you "precious." And it's where you'll find some amazing cheeseburgers and delicious Gulf Coast specialties including po' boy sandwiches, shrimp and turnip greens.
1808 Old Shell Rd.
Mobile, AL 36607
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The Dew Drop Inn is Mobile’s oldest restaurant and one of the most beloved places in town for cheap eats. Although you can get anything from a burger to seafood here, the restaurant is really known for its hot dogs. In fact, the original proprietor became known locally as the "hot dog king" not long after the restaurant opened. Served any way you like it, these hot dogs are great with a side of fries or onion rings and a large glass of sweet tea.