Food & Drink

Experience world-class culinary masterpieces from award-winning restaurants all across the state. Fine dining establishments and hidden gems house one-of-a-kind delights that will have you wishing your meal will never end. From barbecue that’s so tender it falls apart in your mouth to French-inspired cuisine that will transport you to a whole new world, Alabama’s culinary scene will not disappoint. And, if you like craft beer, the best is brewed here. Grab your loved ones, pull up a chair and take a minute to savor the flavors of the Alabama food scene.

What to see and do in the Auburn area this fall

The City of Auburn was settled by John Harper and others from the state of Georgia in 1836. The city’s name was inspired by Oliver Goldsmith’s poem “The Deserted Village, specifically from the first line of the poem: Sweet Auburn, the loveliest village of the plain. The city received its charter from the Alabama State Legislature in 1839.  According to Encyclopedia Alabama, Auburn is located in Lee County in the Piedmont and Coastal Plain physiographic province of the state. During the Great Depression, around 696 acres of land were dedicated to creating Chewacla State Park and the 26-acre Lake Chewacla. Today, this impressive acreage received the Certificate of Excellence from TripAdvisor for five years in a row.  Auburn also is the home to Auburn University founded in 1856. If you’re traveling to the loveliest village on the plain this fall, we recommend you add the following restaurants, activities and lodging  to your list of must-dos:

Restaurants:

Acre

Acre is located in historic downtown Auburn three blocks from...

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Take in all Tuscaloosa has to offer this fall

The West Alabama city of Tuscaloosa is steeped in history. The city was named after the great Choctaw Chief Black...
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Alabama’s world-famous BBQ restaurants, sauces and end of summer competitions

One thing Alabamians know is barbecue, and we’re not talking about the kind where you throw hot dogs and hamburgers on a...
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Celebrate Alabama’s Restaurant Week by experiencing delectable cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner!

We’re getting ready to celebrate Alabama’s culinary quality when Restaurant Week kicks off on Aug. 12. This culinary...
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Featured Locations & Events

Whether it's seafood on the Coast or a craft beer in Huntsville, Alabama has some of the greatest food and drink experiences waiting for you.

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Eat, Drink & Be Alabama

Explore these attractions and more when you visit our food and drink destinations.

Cahaba Brewing Company

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John Emerald Distilling Company

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Perdido Vineyards

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Highlands Bar Grill

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Hot and Hot Fish Club

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Cotton Row Restaurant

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Cahaba Brewing Company

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John Emerald Distilling Company

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Perdido Vineyards

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Highlands Bar Grill

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Hot and Hot Fish Club

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Cotton Row Restaurant

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Find an Alabama Food Experience

Explore food and drink locations you should visit the next time you're here.
Restaurant
401 South Quintard Avenue
Anniston, AL 36201
Bar-B-Q restaurant in Anniston, Alabama
Farmers Market
209 1st Avenue Northeast
Cullman, AL 35055
The Festhalle Market Platz is the home of the Cullman Farmer’s Market, open April-October each year and also during an extended off-season from November-March. The large structure is the largest timber-framed building in Alabama.
Specialty Food And Beverage Retail
2251 Highland Avenue
Birmingham, AL 35205
Inspired by small tasty spots in Sienna, then Florence and finally Paris, we yearned to bring the concepts of Europe back to Birmingham, Alabama.
Restaurant
1428 Old Walker Chapel Road
Fultondale, AL 35068
Our Fultondale BBQ location is just off 65 on Old Walker Chapel Road. Come in for lunch or dinner with the family and ask for our Operating Partner Tony Teichmiller.
Bed And Breakfast
2028 Highland Avenue South
Birmingham, AL 35205