Featured Restaurants

Breakfast

  • Anniston

  • Classic on Noble

    Classic on Noble

    1024 Noble St., Anniston, AL 36201
    (256) 237-5388

    David and Cathy Mashburn built a reputation for great catering before restoring downtown Anniston's Levy and Clark building and opening Classic on Noble. Once a saloon, the late 19th century-era structure turned fine dining restaurant now sees the likes of numerous politicians and musicians and draws the attention of local and national publications for its lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch menus. More

    Breakfast, Fine Dining, Historic

  • Birmingham

  • Klingler's

    Klingler's

    621 Montgomery Highway, Birmingham, AL 35216
    (205) 823-4560

    Baked goods, beer steins and cuckoo clocks abound at family-owned and operated Klingler's in Vestavia Hills. Serving the only authentic German cuisine in Birmingham for nearly three decades, the restaurant is known for its Black Forest cherry cake and extensive Sunday brunch menu. More

    Award-winning, Breakfast, Casual dining, Dessert, German

  • Cullman

  • All Steak

    All Steak

    323 Third Ave. SE, Cullman, AL 35055
    (256) 734-4322

    All Steak — initially called All Steak Hamburgers until original owner Millard Buchman discovered the sign would be too expensive — moved from Tennessee to Cullman in 1938. Today, the restaurant is owned by chef Matt Heim, who dined at All Steak many times as a child. While some things have changed, the original orange roll recipe and picturesque view of downtown Cullman remain the same.

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    Breakfast, Burgers, Casual dining, Historic, Steak

  • Gulf Shores

  • Tacky Jack's

    Tacky Jack's

    240 E. 24th Ave., Gulf Shores, AL 36542
    (251) 948-8881

    Tacky Jack's began in 1979 as a small bar and grill connected to a marina that supplied fuel and tackle to fishermen. Since then, the restaurant has expanded to include several locations along Alabama's coast and in Florida. Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner, Tacky Jack's is known for its Mexican garbage nachos topped with olives, jalapeños and cheese, and for its famous spin on the Bushwacker.

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    Breakfast, Casual dining, Seafood

  • Mobile

  • Spot of Tea

    Spot of Tea

    310 Dauphin St., Mobile, AL 36602
    (251) 433-9009

    Spot of Tea is located in a nearly 170-year-old landmark building in downtown Mobile, across from Cathedral Square. The restaurant, which opened in 1994, serves breakfast, lunch and dinner in an elegant, Victorian setting accented by a spiral staircase and other grand decor. Spot of Tea serves brunch fare seven days a week, including popular menu items like bananas Foster French toast, banana waffles and Eggs Cathedral — an English muffin with crab cakes, eggs and seafood sauce.

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    Breakfast, Casual dining

  • Russellville

  • Daily Bread Barbecue

    305 Jackson Ave., Russellville, AL 35653
    (256) 332-9621

    Daily Bread Barbecue in Russellville is well known for its delicious caramel cake. Owned and operated by Mae Frances Nelson, the restaurant is open five days a week for breakfast and lunch.

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    Barbecue, Breakfast, Casual dining, Dessert

  • Thomaston

  • Mama Nem's

    Mama Nem's

    Alabama 25, Thomaston, AL 36783
    (334) 627-3388

    Mama Nem's Pepper Jelly is homemade at the Rural Heritage Center in Thomaston from a time-tested, local recipe. Made from peppers grown on-site, Mama Nem's Pepper Jelly can be combined with cream cheese, mixed into salad dressings, as a glaze on ham or simply spread on a piece of cornbread.

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    Breakfast

  • Union Springs

  • Hilltop Grill

    18627 Highway 82, Union Springs, AL 36089
    334-738-3000

    Originally opened as The Grill in 1945, today the Hilltop Grill is still a locally owned, casual restaurant serving breakfast, lunch and dinner. Known for its slow-cooked pork with special sauce and homemade stew, regulars say this is the place to kick back, relax and converse.

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    Breakfast, Casual dining