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Popular Restaurants in Alabama

If you're a first time visitor to Alabama, you might prefer a more touristy area, but if you're a solo traveler, a smaller local eatery could be more interesting. Some areas have lots of things to do within walking distance, but the restaurants may be more expensive. To give you a starting point for your trip research, we looked at what people say about restaurants in Alabama.


What are some good restaurants in Alabama?

Here are some of the most recommended restaurants in Alabama.

Lambert's Cafe
2981 S McKenzie St Baldwin County, AL (251) 943-7655
The Hangout
101 East Beach Boulevard Gulf Shores, AL (251) 948-3030
Saw's BBQ
1008 Oxmoor Rd Birmingham, AL (205) 879-1937
Old Greenbrier Restaurant
27028 Old Hwy 20 Madison, AL (256) 351-1800
Casa Juanillo
83 Camino del Sacromonte Granada, AL 958 22 30 94
Café One Twenty Three
123 S 8th St Opelika, AL (334) 737-0069
Ma-Fias Ristorante & Pizzeria
811 S Railroad Ave Opelika, AL (334) 745-6266
El Jueves
109 Feria Sevilla, AL 954 90 33 69
Cotton's Restaurant
26009 Perdido Beach Blvd Orange Beach, AL (251) 981-9268
Sweet Malisa's Cakes & Desserts
108 S 9th St Opelika, AL (334) 737-6565
Bar El Brillante
1 Calle Degas Málaga, AL 952 43 47 72
El Lateral de Granada
3B Calle San Matías Granada, AL
KGB
12 Calle Fresca Málaga, AL 952 22 68 51
Pizitz Food Hall
1821 2nd Ave N Jefferson County, AL (205) 939-3111
Ozan Winery
173 Co Rd 301 Shelby County, AL (205) 668-6926

Here's what Trippy members had to say about restaurants:

"Places I never would have found: Lambert's Cafe, home of the throwed rolls; Oak Alley Plantation - right out of the movie Forrest Gump; and the Apache Trail - a 19 mile dirt road well worth the diversion for it's amazing scenery and wilderness."  See More

"The Hangout sits on the beach great food and atmosphere for the family."  See More

"I'm partial to northern Alabama, and two of my favorites are Saw's BBQ in Birmingham and Old Greenbrier Restaurant outside of Huntsville."  See More

"We also thought Casa Juanillo was really good too!"  See More

"Café One Twenty Three and Ma-Fias Ristorante & Pizzeria if you like Italian."  See More

"I loved the antique market El Jueves and did a little retail therapy at El Corte Inglés."  See More

"Cotton's Restaurant is a popular spot and really good food."  See More

"Sweet Malisa's Cakes & Desserts in Decatur."  See More

"€ pp Bar El Brillante the best "Bocadillo de calamares ( octopush ) in the world."  See More

"you can go to El Lateral de Granada or Mercado de San Miguel"  See More

"If you want something a little more "creative" then consider KGB in Calle Moreno Monroy (off of Calle Marqués de Larios) super modern takes on Malaga tapas."  See More

"And there are many great, family friendly restaurants on the Southside, or you could go to the new Pizitz Food Hall, which is across from McWane."  See More

"There are two wineries Ozan Winery and Vizzini Farms & Winery."  See More

Mentioned in this answer:
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  1. Lambert's Cafe
  2. The Hangout
  3. Saw's BBQ
  4. Old Greenbrier Restaurant
  5. Casa Juanillo
  6. Café One Twenty Three
  7. Ma-Fias Ristorante & Pizzeria
  8. El Jueves
  9. Cotton's Restaurant
  10. Sweet Malisa's Cakes & Desserts
  11. Bar El Brillante
  12. El Lateral de Granada
  13. KGB
  14. Pizitz Food Hall
  15. Ozan Winery
Where can I find out more about Alabama?

This page is just a starting point, to really get personalized advice from locals and experienced travelers, post a question on Trippy! You can start by browsing the questions other people have asked about Alabama.

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