Featured Restaurants

Foley

  • Foley

  • Fish River Grill

    608 S. McKenzie St, Foley, AL 36535
    (251) 952-3474

    Self-described as a "funky junky redneck joint," Fish River Grill specializes in serving up delicious Alabama Gulf coast seafood. Locals love the homemade hushpuppies, classic po'boys and of course, the giant seafood platters, fried to crispy perfection. More

    Seafood

  • Lambert's Café

    2981 S. McKenzie St., Foley, AL 36535
    (251) 943-7655

    Lambert's Café's roots may be in Missouri, but the newest location in Foley is still family-owned by the Lamberts, whose first location opened in 1942. In the beginning, the café was known for its meat, vegetables and desserts. Then, second-generation owner Norman Lambert started a tradition of throwing the restaurant's popular rolls to customers he couldn't reach. Today Lambert's is known as the home of these Throwed Rolls.

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    Casual dining

  • Stacey's Old Tyme Soda Fountain

    121 W. Laurel Ave., Foley, AL 36535
    (251) 943-7191

    In business since 1929, Stacey's takes customers back in time, from the jukebox to the Cokes that cost only a quarter. Stacey's is known for its nostalgic decor — model planes hang from the ceiling and a train travels along the wall — as well as for its old-fashioned malts and shakes.

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    Casual dining, Dessert, Soda Fountain

  • The Derailed Diner

    27801 County Road 64, Robertsdale, AL 36567
    (251) 960-1152

    From the outside, this eatery resembles a train yard. Inside, guests can eat in the “dining car” or have a drink at the bar designed around a school bus. Not to be outdone by the unique atmosphere, the menu has plenty of character too — from late-night fried green beans to the BBQ Meatloaf Po’Boy. 

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    Cajun, Soul Food

  • The Gift Horse

    201 W. Laurel Ave., Foley, AL 36535
    (251) 943-3663

    The building that houses The Gift Horse restaurant has a storied history. Built by the town's founders in 1912 as a community gathering place, the space has been a dance hall, USO club, hardware store and skating rink. Renovated in 1984 with grand chandeliers, stained glass and art by the same woman commissioned to do paintings aboard the Queen Mary, the restaurant now serves specialties such as fried biscuits, baked chicken, praline sweet potatoes and apple cheese casserole, all in an elegant display atop a 28-foot-long, 19th-century mahogany buffet table.

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    Casual dining, Soul Food

  • Wolf Bay Lodge

    20801 Miflin Road, Foley, AL 36565
    (251) 987-5129

    Wolf Bay Lodge has served steaks and seafood on the Gulf Coast since 1973. Though the original location was destroyed by fire in 2008, the restaurant remains in business with two locations, one on Cotton Bayou at Zeke's Landing Marina and another in Orange Beach. Steaks and seafood are the main attractions, but Wolf Bay Lodge's lunchtime salad bar also draws a crowd. Plus, if you've just come back with a fresh catch, the folks at Wolf Bay Lodge will clean and cook it for you. More

    Casual dining, Seafood, Steak