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Big Spring Café opened in a railroad boxcar in 1928 and is the oldest restaurant in Huntsville.
Chef James Boyce's Cotton Row Restaurant is housed in a historic Huntsville building constructed in 1821.
Humphrey's Bar & Grill is a popular, eclectic hangout serving traditional bar food.
A family-owned business for more than 75 years. Same chili dog recipe since 1929. Open for breakfast, lunch and dinner, offering burgers, dogs, steaks, vegetables and meat-n-three specials.
A sister restaurant to the Old Greenbrier Restaurant in Madison, the Catfish Inn serves up heaping helpings of catfish.
Barbecue pork, ribs and more
In 1978, in a little town called Pulaski, Tennessee, two brothers from Athens, Alabama decided to go into the barbecue business.
Live entertainment most weekends in this Mexican-style restaurant in historic downtown Athens.
Albany Bistro offers a full service menu for lunch, dinner and Sunday brunch.
For four generations, Big Bob Gibson has been cooking up famous mouthwatering slow-cooked meats and nationally award-winning sauces.
Located in the basement level of the 1890 Cotaco Opera House, also known as the Masonic Building, Curry's is a gourmet-style deli famous for its scrumptious chicken salad.
Located at the Riverwalk Marina, Hard Dock is seafood at its best served in a relaxing atmosphere along the beautiful and commanding Tennessee River.
Seafood lovers will love McCollum's.
Specializing in Texas Style cooking. Serving Beef Brisket, Pork Ribs and Chicken.
The restaurant is known for its hickory-smoked, barbecue chicken and catfish, but the hushpuppies are what keep people coming back for more.
Barbecue pork, ribs, chicken and more