Featured Restaurants


  • Alexander City

  • Kowaliga

    295 Kowaliga Marina Rd, Alexander City, AL 35010
    (256) 215-7035

    For lakeside dining, it doesn’t get any better than docking the boat at Kowaliga on Lake Martin. Recently updated, this restaurant features a variety of fare from pan-seared rainbow trout to a grilled Conecuh sausage dog with pimiento cheese. No matter what you order, everything on the menu reflects the quality and freshness of ingredients that Alabama cooking is known for.  


    Seafood, Southern

  • Athens

  • LawLers Barbecue

    1506 Highway 72 East, Athens, AL 35611
    (256) 233-1818

    So what makes a great barbecue sandwich? For many, it’s tender and juicy pork with a distinctive smoked flavor, plus a mix of inside and outside meats, tucked in a soft bun substantial enough to not fall apart. LawLers offers just that, and you'll find one of the best sandwiches anywhere at this fast-food-style barbecue joint. LawLers adds thick-cut dill pickle slices and a finely chopped vinegar slaw that is refrigerator cold alongside the hot, briney hunks of smoked meat. More

    Barbecue, Seafood

  • Auburn

  • Amsterdam Café

    410 S. Gay St., Auburn, AL 36830
    (334) 826-8181

    Opened in the early 1990s as a place to feature the original owner's handmade Shulbock tables (and the first cold draft Heineken in Auburn), Amsterdam Cafe has evolved into a farm-to-table restaurant utilizing ingredients from local growers and the cafe's own gardens. Purchased by the Cleveland family in 1998, the Vincent Van Gogh-inspired, upscale eatery recently expanded to include the Starry Night Lounge.


    Casual dining, Seafood

  • Bessemer

  • The Bright Star

    The Bright Star

    304 19th St. N., Bessemer, AL 35020
    (205) 426-1861

    The Bright Star has served up Greek and traditional steakhouse fare in Bessemer for more than a century. In its current location since 1914 and operated by the same family since 1925, Bright Star was designated in 2010 as an American Classic Restaurant by the James Beard Foundation.


    Fine Dining, Greek, Seafood, Steak

  • Birmingham

  • Ocean

    1218 20th St. S., Birmingham, AL 35205
    (205) 933-0999

    A regular winner of Wine Spectator awards, Ocean is known for its signature martinis served at a waterfall-accented bar, as well as for its fresh, contemporary seafood selections. Chef and owner George Reis opened Ocean in 2002 and followed up four years later with an adjoining sister restaurant, 26, which stays open late and serves bistro-style fare.


    Asian, Seafood

  • Saw's BBQ

    Saw's BBQ

    1008 Oxmoor Road, Homewood, AL 35209
    (205) 879-1937

    Chef Mike Wilson started cooking as a teenager at a cafe inside the store where his mom worked. He attended Johnson and Wales University, later taking jobs at Dean & DeLuca and Cooking Light before turning his barbecue hobby into a business. Saw's barbecue is North Carolina-style and served in a signature vinegar-based sauce. While you can only get Saw’s pulled pork, ribs, chicken with white sauce, stuffed potatoes and home-style sides in the restaurant, Saw's Sauce is available online, in stores across Alabama and at other retailers throughout the country. Saw’s also boasts two sister restaurants in Birmingham – Saw’s Soul Kitchen and Saw’s Juke Joint. More

    Barbecue, BBQ, Casual dining, Seafood

  • The Fish Market

    The Fish Market

    612 22nd Street South, Birmingham, AL 35233
    (205) 322-3330

    Recently featured in an episode of Travel Channel’s “Bizarre Foods America,” The Fish Market is a Birmingham institution thanks to Chef George Sarris and his international take on fresh seafood. Inspired by traditional Greek dishes, The Fish Market has an extensive menu filled with catch-of-the day selections and homemade sides. A specialty market inside the restaurant also offers one-stop shopping for seafood, homemade sauces, herbs, locally grown produce and more.


    Greek, Seafood

  • Daphne

  • Market by the Bay

    29145 U.S. Highway 98, Daphne, AL 36526
    (251) 621-9664

    While small and not exactly suited for sit-down service, locals swear by po'boys from Market by the Bay in Daphne. The seafood market and take-out restaurant serves seafood dinners, gumbo, oysters and traditional sides such as hushpuppies and slaw.


    Casual dining, Seafood

  • Rosie's Grill

    1203 U.S. 98, Suite 3D, Daphne, AL 36526
    (251) 626-2440

    Blending the cuisines of regional Gulf fare with classic Mexican dishes, Rosie's Grill in Daphne offers guests the best of both worlds. From fajitas to burgers and nachos to crabclaws, Rosie's has a menu that could please any picky eater. The T-Bird Sandwich has become the restaurants' most popular menu item.


    Casual dining, Mexican, Seafood

  • Decatur

  • Simp McGhee's

    Simp McGhee's

    725 Bank St. NE, Decatur, AL 35601
    (256) 353-6284

    Named for a turn-of-the-century riverboat captain known for his practical jokes and beer-drinking pet pig, Simp McGhee's serves a variety of Cajun-inspired seafood and beef dishes in a quaint, elegant atmosphere. In addition to its signature appetizer — mushroom caps stuffed with seafood dressing, bacon and Jack cheese — the restaurant is known for having one of the best wine lists in the Decatur area.


    Greek, Seafood

  • Demopolis

  • The Foscue House Restaurant

    21333 US Highway 80 W, Demopolis, AL 36732
    (334) 287-3341

    While the Foscue House Restaurant is famous for its 10-ounce filet mignon, regulars also rave about the shrimp and other seafood offerings. Between the good food, relaxed atmosphere and friendly service, this Demopolis spot is a must-try. More

    Seafood, Steak

  • Dothan

  • Old Mill Restaurant

    2557 Murphy Mill Road, Dothan, AL 36303
    (334) 794-8530

    Old Mill Restaurant has served steaks and seafood — including its popular grouper fingers — in Dothan for more than 20 years. Renovated in 2008, the family-friendly restaurant serves dinner six nights a week.


    Casual dining, Seafood, Steak

  • Enterprise

  • The Rawls

    116 S. Main St., Enterprise, AL 36330
    (334) 308-9387

    Located at the historic Rawls Bed and Breakfast, the Rawls Restaurant brings sophistication to classic Southern cuisine under the guidance of chef Bill Schleusner, an Alabama native and graduate of the Culinary Institute of America in Hyde Park, N.Y. Using local, seasonal ingredients, Schleusner creates dishes like shrimp and grits, braised rabbit pasta and grouper with pecan sauce. More

    Fine Dining, Seafood

  • Fairhope

  • Big Daddy's Grill

    Big Daddy's Grill

    16542 Ferry Road, Fairhope, AL 36532
    (251) 990-8555

    After 20 years spent working in other people's restaurants, Jason "Big Daddy" Newsom opened Big Daddy's Grill right on Fish River in Fairhope. Complete with a riverside patio, rocking chairs and frequent live music, Big Daddy's is known for its po'boys and the Big Daddy burger, made with Swiss and American cheeses, sautéed onions, bacon and a half-pound beef patty.


    Burgers, Casual dining, Seafood

  • 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


  • 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

  • Gadsden

  • Top O' the River

    1606 Rainbow Drive, Gadsden, AL 35901
    (256) 547-9817

    Top O' the River is a family-owned restaurant operating in Gadsden for 30 years, with two additional locations in Anniston and Guntersville. Known for serving complimentary cornbread, slaw and pickled onions before each meal, Top O' the River boasts grain-fed catfish raised on a farm in neighboring Mississippi paired with greens and other sides made fresh daily.


    Casual dining, Seafood, Soul Food

  • Gulf Shores

  • Flying Harpoon Restaurant

    Flying Harpoon Restaurant

    112 Windmill Ridge Road, , AL 36542

    A poboy on the Bayou as never looked better. Bring the family, including your pets, for some Cajun and seafood cooking. More


  • King Neptune's

    King Neptune's

    1137 Gulf Shores Parkway, Gulf Shores, AL 36542
    (251) 968-5464

    King Neptune's has been featured on shows like Bobby Flay's "Food Nation," the Travel Channel's "Travel in the Deep South," as well as in Southern Living magazine and Travel USA. Owned by husband and wife team Al and Diane Sawyer, the casual seafood spot is known for serving sweet, salty, melt-in-your-mouth royal red shrimp. More

    Casual dining, Dessert, Seafood

  • LuLu's


    200 E. 25th Ave., Gulf Shores, AL 36542
    (251) 967-5858

    Owned by Lucy Buffett for nearly 15 years, LuLu's at Homeport Marina is known for its live music, laid-back approach to food and a quintessential beach vibe that won't disappoint fans of Lucy's brother Jimmy. The menu is full of fresh seafood, fried favorites and Lulu's originals, such as Lower Alabama Caviar and LuLu's version of the Cheeseburger in Paradise. More

    Burgers, Casual dining, Seafood

  • 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.


    Casual dining, Seafood

  • Guntersville

  • Crawmama's


    5002 Webb Villa, Guntersville, AL 35976
    (256) 582-0484

    In 1987, Charlotte Webb opened a seafood shop and 12-seat oyster bar called Crawdaddy's. She served raw and baked oysters and fresh shrimp. Twenty-five years and four expansions later, the restaurant boasts a new name, Crawmama's, a menu of 75 items and seating for more than 300 people. More

    Casual dining, Seafood

  • Huntsville

  • 1892 East Restaurant & Tavern

    720 Pratt Avenue, Huntsville, AL 35801

    1892 East Restaurant & Tavern is built around one thing - community. Located in the historic Five Points neighborhood in Huntsville, Alabama, it combines historic traditions with a lively, friendly atmosphere. It's committed to serving and buying locally grown food, which helps support and build the community. More


  • Connors Steak and Seafood

    345 The Bridge St. NW #101, Huntsville, AL 35806
    (256) 327-8425

    Connors specializes in fresh seafood and premium aged steaks, boasting local awards as one of Huntsville’s favorite restaurants. The high-quality filets and signature martinis make Connors an ideal place for a special occasion, and with entrees starting at $9, it’s a great go-to lunch spot as well. More

    Seafood, Steak

  • Grille 29

    Grille 29

    475 Providence Main St. N., Huntsville, AL 35806
    (256) 489-9470

    Grille 29 offers upscale casual dining in Huntsville's Village of Providence. The steakhouse is known for its seafood and desserts. More

    Dessert, Fine Dining, Seafood

  • The Bottle

    101 Washington Street, Huntsville, AL 256-704-5555

    The Bottle – a name referencing the near mythic, long-shuttered Green Bottle Grill – invites guests to an experience in southern hospitality that will not soon be forgotten. An upscale eatery that features Southern Cuisine with a French influence, The Bottle specializes in steaks, chops and a variety of the freshest fish available. The changing seasonal menu includes raw oysters, jumbo lump Maryland style crab cakes, veal chops, lamb racks and Hereford Choice Beef. More


  • Jasper

  • Black Rock Bistro

    24888 Highway 69, Jasper, AL 35504
    (205) 387-0282

    Locals call Black Rock Bistro a diamond in the rough. With lunch and dinner menus that change weekly, the restaurant highlights fresh seafood and locally sourced ingredients in a relaxed atmosphere.


    Casual dining, Seafood

  • Josephine

  • Pirates Cove

    6664 County Road 95, Elberta, AL 36530
    (251) 987-1224

    At Pirates Cove in Josephine, they encourage you to take a minute to enjoy the scenery. It'd be hard not to, with their location right on the bay. Food is cooked to order, so order up a Bushwacker while you wait.



  • Lavaca

  • Ezell's


    776 Ezell Road, Lavaca, AL 36904
    (205) 654-2205

    The first Ezell's Fish Camp popped up in a pre-Civil War cabin on the Tombigbee River in the 1930s, when the Ezell family and the original cook, Pauline, hosted fish fries and sold catfish for 50 cents per plate. In the 1950s, Ezell's became a full-fledged restaurant and today boasts numerous locations, while the Ezell's daughter, Mary Ann, operates the original. More

    Casual dining, Seafood

  • Magnolia Springs

  • Jesse's


    14770 Oak St., Magnolia Springs, AL 36555
    (251) 965-3827

    Jesse's is a family-owned, fine dining restaurant 45 minutes from Mobile, in a town where mail is still delivered by water. Specializing in seafood, steaks and local side items, the restaurant boasts dishes like shrimp-and-crab-stuffed filet mignon, spicy shrimp and grits, and a 16-ounce Jack Daniel's marinated rib-eye. More

    Fine Dining, Seafood, Steak

  • Mobile

  • Bluegill Restaurant

    3775 Battleship Parkway, Spanish Fort, AL 36527
    (251) 625-1998

    Bluegill Restaurant in Spanish Fort has served fresh seafood in a casual setting since 1958. The waterfront deck features live music each night, making the restaurant a favorite hangout for locals and visitors alike. More

    Casual dining, Seafood

  • Ed's Seafood Shed

    3382 Battleship Parkway, Spanish Fort, AL 36527
    (251) 625-1947

    Family-owned and operated, Ed's Seafood Shed boasts one of the best views of Mobile Bay from its expansive deck. While the view draws a crowd, the family-style, Yo' Mama's Platter — Creole gumbo, garlic cheese grits, turnip greens, a platter of fish, oysters, shrimp, scallops and crab claws topped off with devil's food cake drenched in hot fudge sauce, strawberry sauce, pecans, whipped cream and cherries — sets Ed's apart from the rest. More

    Casual dining, Seafood

  • Felix's Fish Camp

    1530 Battleship Parkway, Spanish Fort, AL 36527
    (251) 626-6710

    Seafood is the main attraction at Felix's Fish Camp, but the panoramic view of Mobile Bay tends to steal the show, especially at sunset. Felix's also features a tackle shop and live music at its Boat House Bar.



  • NoJa

    6 N. Jackson St., Mobile, AL 36602
    (251) 433-0377

    NoJa occupies a North Jackson Street landmark that at different times has been a private home, a cab company and one of downtown Mobile's most legendary bars, the Little Turf Club. Today the spot is a sophisticated restaurant complete with ironwork and a romantic courtyard. At NoJa, chef and owner Chakli Diggs blends Mediterranean, Asian and Gulf Coast cuisine using free-range meats and other organic and sustainable ingredients.


    Dessert, Fine Dining, Seafood

  • Original Oyster House

    Original Oyster House

    3733 Battleship Parkway, Spanish Fort, AL 36527
    (251) 626-2188

    Seafood from the Original Oyster House in Gulf Shores has ranked as some of the best in local polls and national publications for nearly 20 years. The restaurant, which overlooks scenic Big Lagoon, recently unveiled its Man vs. Food Platter, a joint creation by the restaurant’s owners and Adam Richman, host of the platter's namesake show on the Travel Channel. But the star of the show at the Original Oyster House is the restaurant's pies — homemade Key lime or peanut butter chocolate chip made with a touch of Kahlúa.


    Casual dining, Dessert, Seafood

  • The Battle House Hotel

    26 N. Royal St., Mobile, AL 36602
    (251) 338-2000

    Experience contemporary dining featuring seasonal menus at The Trellis Room restaurant inside The Battle House Hotel in Mobile. With historic charm and modern amenities, the hotel and its restaurant are among the city's most popular destinations.


    Fine Dining, Seafood

  • Wintzell's


    605 Dauphin St., Mobile, AL 36602
    (251) 432-4605

    Founded in 1938 by Oliver Wintzell, the landmark location of Wintzell's Oyster House on Mobile's Dauphin Street is still in operation today. With new owners, the restaurant now boasts 12 locations throughout Alabama and one in Pensacola, Fla. Known for oysters fried, stewed or nude, Wintzell's is frequently touted in food and travel magazines and was recently featured on the Travel Channel's "Man vs. Food." More

    Casual dining, Seafood

  • Montgomery

  • City Grill

    8147 Vaughn Road, Montgomery, AL 36116
    (334) 244-0960

    City Grill boasts a location in Peppertree Shopping Center in addition to its adjoining sister restaurant, Next Door. Featuring upscale fare in a casual setting, the menu changes with the seasons, showcasing fresh seafood, salads, desserts and more.


    Casual dining, Seafood

  • Vintage Year

    405 Cloverdale Raod, Montgomery, AL 36106
    (334) 264-8463

    The Chophouse Vintage Year opened in 1984 as Montgomery's only specialty wine shop. The owners started serving gourmet lunch and eventually the space evolved into one of the city's top fine dining establishments. Today Vintage Year is open for dinner only, serving seafood and choice cuts of beef. More

    Fine Dining, Seafood, Steak, Wine

  • Orange Beach

  • Cosmo's Restaurant and Bar

    Cosmo's Restaurant and Bar

    25753 Canal Road, Orange Beach, AL 36561
    (251) 948-9663

    Named for the owners' rescue dog, Cosmo's boasts sushi, fresh local seafood, succulent steaks and signature cocktails served in a casual atmosphere within walking distance to the beach. Guests can enjoy coastal breezes on the outdoor patio and live entertainment during peak tourist season. More

    Asian, Seafood

  • Doc's Seafood Shack & Oyster Bar

    26029 Canal Road, Orange Beach, AL 36561
    (251) 981-6999

    For more than 25 years, Doc's Seafood Shack & Oyster Bar in Orange Beach has been serving up "laid back local stuff" to its devoted patrons. The seafood gumbo is what has people talking, but you can get a build-your-own seafood platter fried or grilled to perfection.



  • Fisher's at Orange Beach Marina

    27075 Marina Road, Orange Beach, AL 36561

    Fisher's at Orange Beach Marina houses two restaurants under one roof, each devoted to creating mouthwatering cuisine that complement the two waterfront dining experiences: Upstairs and Dockside, both of which are recommended by Southern Living. More


  • Ginny Lane Bar & Grill

    Ginny Lane Bar & Grill

    4780 Wharf Parkway, Orange Beach, AL 36561
    (251) 224-6500

    Ginny Lane Bar & Grill is located in the Wharf Entertainment Complex in Orange Beach and serves American food in a casual atmosphere. The restaurant boasts brunch on Sundays, an extensive selection of high-gravity beer and live music from local musicians at night.


    Casual dining, Seafood

  • Shipp's Harbour Grill

    27844 Canal Road, Orange Beach, AL 36561
    (251) 981-9891

    Shipp's Harbour Grill describes itself as "casual waterfront dining with a tropical twist." With an eclectic menu ranging from oysters to sushi to steaks, Shipp's can please any guest's appetite. Their specialty is the Grouper Pontchartrain. More

    Asian, Casual dining, Seafood, Steak

  • Voyagers

    27200 Perdido Beach Blvd., Orange Beach, AL 36561
    (251) 981-9811

    Voyagers' philosophy is use the highest quality ingredients from local producers. Partnering with Sweet Home Farm in Elberta and Bon Secour Fisheries, Voyagers provides diners with an authentic regional dining experience. The restaurant's signature pecan snapper has customers coming back for more.



  • Point Clear

  • The Wash House

    17111 Scenic Highway 98, Point Clear, AL 36564

    The Wash House in Point Clear serves Southern and coastal cuisine in a rustic yet elegant atmosphere. Signature dishes include chateaubriand, triggerfish and key lime bread pudding.


    Fine Dining, Seafood

  • Prattville

  • Jim's Restaurant

    1504 S. Memorial Drive, Prattville, AL 36067

    Jim's Restaurant has been family-owned and operated since 1958, making it the city's oldest business still operated by its original owners. Specializing in country cooking, weekly specials often include fried chicken, salmon cakes, fried catfish and a variety of Southern vegetables.


    Casual dining, Seafood, Soul Food

  • Rainsville

  • Katy's Katfish

    1382 Main St. E., Rainsville, AL 35986
    (256) 638-7200

    Katy's Katfish is located inside a rustic log cabin in Rainsville, known as the Crossroads of Sand Mountain. Locals and travelers alike sing the praises of the restaurant's fried catfish and chicken fingers.


    Casual dining, Seafood

  • Riverside

  • The Ark Restaurant

    13030 U.S. Highway 78, Riverside, AL 35135
    (205) 338-7420

    The Ark Restaurant sits just off Highway 78 East not far from the old Bankhead Bridge and has maintained a reputation as one of Lake Logan Martin's favorite destinations for more than 60 years. Operated since 1979 by current owner Sylvia Cornett and her son, Warren Smith, the casual catfish house is known for its fried seafood, burgers and other Southern favorites.


    Casual dining, Seafood

  • Scottsboro

  • Carlile's


    23730 Lee Highway, Scottsboro, AL 35769
    (256) 574-5629

    Opened in 1976 by the Carlisle family — who also owned Carlile's Barbecue in Birmingham — Carlile's Restaurant serves dishes made from an endless supply of family recipes as well as recipes gathered from restaurants throughout the Southeast. Today the casual restaurant is known for its homemade sauces, seafood, steaks and barbecue. More

    Barbecue, Casual dining, Seafood, Steak

  • Mud Creek Fishing Camp

    804 County Road 213, Hollywood, AL 35752
    (256) 259-2493

    Mud Creek Fishing Camp is off the beaten path, but has earned a reputation among locals and travelers as some of the best food and service in the Scottsboro area. Known for its catfish, the restaurant also serves noteworthy barbecue pork and ribs at old-fashioned prices. More

    Barbecue, BBQ, Casual dining, Greek, Seafood

  • The Docks at Goose Pond Colony

    417 Ed Hembree Drive, Scottsboro, AL 35769
    (256) 574-3071

    The Docks is the only fine dining restaurant in the area that boasts lake access for boats. Cuisine from chef and owner Mark Hall is complemented by a come-as-you-are atmosphere. The lighted pier, full-service bar and weekend live entertainment makes this a favorite spot to kick back and relax.


    Fine Dining, Seafood

  • Stockton

  • Stage Coach Café

    52860 State Highway 59, Stockton, AL 36579
    (251) 580-0608

    Stage Coach Café is a quaint, rural eatery located in the heart of the Tensaw Delta of Baldwin County. The menu features Southern favorites like fried chicken, gravy and rice and fried okra, all made with ingredients owner Joyce Overstreet purchases from from local famers & fishermen.


    Casual dining, Seafood, Soul Food

  • Talladega

  • Fincher's Real Delite

    Fincher's Real Delite

    521 East. St. N., Talladega, AL 35160
    (256) 362-2174

    Tucked away on the Coosa River side of Talladega, Fincher's has swapped hands a few times over the years. The restaurant is recently renovated and is known for its catfish, slaw, hushpuppies and homemade cake.


    Casual dining, Greek, Seafood

  • Troy

  • Sisters'


    3316 U.S. 231, Troy, AL 36081

    Sisters Pat Rogers and Geraldine Umbehagen have operated Sisters' in Troy for nearly 15 years. With a menu that changes daily, the restaurant is known for its selection of country cooking, Friday night seafood buffets and homemade banana pudding.


    Casual dining, Dessert, Seafood, Soul Food

  • Tuscaloosa

  • Cypress Inn

    Cypress Inn

    501 Rice Mine Road N., Tuscaloosa, AL 35406
    (205) 345-6963

    Overlooking the Black Warrior River in Tuscaloosa, Cypress Inn boasts casual dining in an elegant setting. A combination of family recipes and local ingredients have earned Cypress Inn several distinctions, including a spot among the Top 10 Catfish Restaurants in America.


    Casual dining, Seafood

  • Evangeline's

    1653 McFarland Blvd., Tuscaloosa, AL 35406
    (205) 752-0830

    Since 1998, Evangeline's has offered Tuscaloosa an upscale dining experience with an ever-evolving menu of American and internationally inspired cuisine. Known for its crab cakes, the restaurant specializes in dishes that feature fresh, Gulf seafood.


    Fine Dining, Seafood

  • Wetumpka

  • Our Place Cafe

    809 Company St., Wetumpka, AL 36092
    (334) 567-8778

    Located in a renovated general store Our Place Cafe offers a diverse menu in a casual setting. Menu items change seasonally, but crab cakes with dill sauce are a local favorite.


    Casual dining, Seafood