Get a taste of Alabama’s rich culture as you discover the state’s favorite historic restaurants that blend past with present. It isn’t often that a roadside stop or simple corner store grows to become a full-blown institution, but Alabama is full of such hidden treasures. Visit any of these classics throughout the state and you’ll find that the “good old days” are closer than you thought.…Read More >
You’ve likely heard of Kathryn Tucker Windham’s book 13 Alabama Ghosts and Jeffrey and its companion volumes, so it’s no secret that many believe the state is home to some spooky spirits. Alabama’s restaurants are not exempt from hosting these sometimes unwanted visitors.
Check out four restaurants from the “100 Dishes To Eat in Alabama Before You Die” brochure that have garnered attention far and wide for their haunting reputations. Even if you don’t believe …Read More >
In honor of The Year of Alabama Food, the Alabama Tourism Department has released a new and improved version of one of its most popular travel brochures.
The “100 Dishes To Eat in Alabama Before You Die” brochure introduces you to delicious eats from Abbeville to Wetumpka and everywhere in between. …Read More >
Much of Alabama’s best food can be found in out-of-the-way spots that only locals know about. But these days, more and more of our best-loved locales are earning national recognition. From a century-old American classic to a spot owned by one of the country’s best new chefs, here are just a few of our state’s award-winning restaurants.Read More >
There isn’t anything subtle about the savory art of barbecue. The unmistakable aroma, smoky haze and big pit-master personalities make barbecue almost as much a form of entertainment as cuisine. Good ‘cue is like gumbo — every recipe is special and every technique is a tradition. And Alabama’s masters of the grill are some of the nation’s best, with iconic and award-winning restaurants scattered across the state.Read More >