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Located inside an unassuming, converted house, The Brick Pit boasts a custom smoker built to serve 500 pounds of meat each day.
The Van Antwerp Building is the first Skyscraper in Alabama, as well as the rest of the Southeast. It is listed on the National Register of Historic Places with such distinction. The building was designed by George B. Rogers, who designed many of the unique structures in downtown Mobile. This venture by Garet Van Antwerp and his sons was started in 1906 and completed in 1908. It was built for the purpose of providing a new home for the family operated Drug Store which had occupied this corner since 1884. Many of the features from the "New" Drug Store remain intact today. The ceiling is of the 1906 vintage and was hand tooled by Italian artisans. There is also still some of the original patterned mosaic tile from 1906 near the front entrance. The remaining tile is "almost original" as it replaced the mosaic due to a lack of durability within a few years of operation. Many other original features also still exist. The Mahogany wood work behind the bar served as the prescription counter for the family owned drug store, and the Brass Chandeliers and other light fixtures with their fans provided the light and cooling as air conditioning was not added until the 1950's. The Thermometer just outside the front entrance, which is still accurate to this day, was a popular stopping point for many of the downtown merchants and customers. The Marble Columns and Rear Stairs, as well as the exterior of both the Dauphin Street and Royal Street sides, which are made of terra cotta tiles, have also withstood the years. Today the original "Drug Store" is home toCafe Royal.
It's the traditional Southern roadhouse that inspired the song "Cheeseburger in Paradise."
Barbecue pork, beef and chicken
Cafe/Deli style Restaurant in downtown Mobile. We carry Boars Head brand quality meats and cheeses. Look us up at the corner of Royal and Dauphin Streets. We will treat you like family.
Specializes in catering for any size group or any type of office function. Delivery for 10 or more people whether its a picnic in the park or a family reunion.
Mobile's casually elegant dining experience! Gourmet pizzas, specialty pastas, veal, steaks and the freshest seafood available on the Gulf Coast!
Mobile's only Brewery/Restaurant. REAL BEER and HONEST FOOD.
Put your diet on hold for a day, make a beeline to Pollman's and grab yourself a slice of chocolate praline dobosch torte or one of the many other delicious Pollman treats.
219 is downtown Mobile's lunch spot! Open during the work week, Monday - Friday, 11:00 AM - 2:00 PM, 219 provides you with a gourmet alternative to the burger & fries offered by other restaurants.
Stop by and enjoy barbecued pork, ribs, beef, chicken, smoked sausage and more.
The Shamrock Rose & Thistle is a delightfully different combination of British gastro pub and tea room. They cheerfully serve whatever they desire British, French, Italian, Thai, Indian, and, of course, Southern American cuisine in a welcoming atmosphere.
We serve a variety of breakfast meals as well as soups, sandwiches and salads for lunch. Tour buses are welcome. Weddings, rehearsal dinners, birthdays and workshops are all accommodated. We have a dinner theater, private dining, Victorian tea room, and main dining overlooking Cathedral Square. We serve celebrities from all over the world.
True Midtown Kitchen's lunch and dinner menus are ever-changing, but always include seasonal salads, seafood and Southern-inspired fare.
Wintzell's Oyster House has been a Gulf Coast Tradition since 1938.