Search results for Tombigbee River Valley
Serving barbecue, wings, ribs, and more.
People come from all over Pickens County and elsewhere to the historic Plantation House to enjoy good food, a friendly staff and great Southern hospitality.
The two-story brick house that Augustus Foscue built in 1840 is still in the family and still in use today.
Serving barbecue in Demopolis, Alabama
Featured on "Roker on the Road" hosted by NBC weatherman Al Roker and filmed by the Food Network, Kora's Place has been serving delicious soul food for more than five years.
Located inside the historic Demopolis Inn. The 107 year old elegance makes for an enjoyable and memborable occassion.
Barbecue pork, ribs, chicken and more await you!
Lou's is a delightful little restaurant located in downtown Greensboro. Lou is well known around the southeast for her baked goods, but her chicken salad is absolutely delicious. Lou's food is great and she serves each dish with love and kindness.
Family restaurant serves coplete line of seafood. Speciality is fried catfish. Also serves chicken, steaks and hamburgers.
Mr. Bobby Dahlberg has been the sole owner and operator of the fish camp since it began 50 years ago (1955). His daughter Lora Jane has been manager of the restaurant for the past 6 years. The fish camp is open daily for gas, cabin rentals, docking, snacks and R.V. space rentals. The restaurant is open Thurs.-Sun.
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.