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    China Pavilion: Adequate Chinese Food in Tuskegee

    by Basaic Written Aug 21, 2009

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    This place appears to specialize in food to go. Decor is minimal. The portions were very large but the food was only average.

    Favorite Dish: I had the Garlic Chicken which was abundant with vegetables but more limited with the chicken.

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    Tiger Pause: Healthy Food in Tuskeege

    by Basaic Written Aug 21, 2009

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    Tiger Pause is a coffehouse located in one of the buildings comprising the Tuskegee Historic District. They serve a wide variety of coffees, teas, smoothies, ice cream and light food. The food includes turkey chili, turkey sandwiches and home made soups. Unlike some places they have heard about the ongoing cholesterol problem and the items they serve are low fat and low cholesterol. The peope working there were nice, too.

    Favorite Dish: Try the sweet potato pecan bread pudding and some coffe or herbal tea.

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    American Lunch Cafe: Good Southern Food in Geneva

    by Basaic Written Apr 5, 2010

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    The American Lunch Cafe serves homemade southern food. That means very tasty food, lots of fried food and no caring about the cholesterol crisis. Outside, the building in concrete block painted white. Inside are bits of nostalgia (what we call Americana) and items reflecting the importance of God, country and family. They have a nice mural dedicated to those serving and having served in the military. The owners were very friendly. They do not serve dinner. Hours are 6 AM to 2 PM Tuesday through Sunday. They are closed on Monday.

    Favorite Dish: I had a nice thick slab of country ham with mashed potatos, green beans and a big biscuit. Tasted great!

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    Hooters: Decent Food, Great Waitresses in Daphne

    by Basaic Written Apr 18, 2010

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    Hooters is best known for their wings and the cute women running around in bright orange short shorts and Hooters T-Shirts. The food is usually good enough, the selection of beers fine, and the women quite attractive. Decor tends to center around a bar atmosphere and sports.

    Favorite Dish: The hot wings were pretty good and actually spicy.

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    Bimini Bob's: Great Seafood in Daphne

    by Basaic Written Apr 18, 2010

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    This is not the place to go if you are on a real tight budget; but if you can spend a little extra the seafood is quite good. The name came from a small group of islands in the Bahamas occupied by people known for their hospitality, love of music, and joy of life. The decor invokes the islands and there was a nice deck in the back with a beautiful view of Mobile Bay. They serve wine, beer, frozen daquiris and Pina Coladas. Hours are 11 AM to 9 PM Monday Thursday and 11 AM to 10 PM Friday through Sunday. They also have live music from 6 PM to 9 PM Friday and Saturday.

    If you have plenty of money try the Compleat Angler Platter with fish, crawfish, oysters, shrimp, conch fritters and a stuffed crab for $22.

    Favorite Dish: Compleat Angler Platter. Lots of food well prepared.

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    Hunan Chinese Restaurant: Chinese Buffet in Brewton

    by Basaic Updated Apr 4, 2010

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    This restaurant had an interesting blend of architecture, and I liked the lion dogs by the doors. The inside had an Asian flavor. This is an all you can eat buffet but there are a limited number of choices. The food was pretty tasty and they appeared to bring out fresh items often. Good desert! The girl working the cash register was very cute; but young.

    Favorite Dish: Good shrimp dish and Banana Pudding (not Chinese but good!!)

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    Kalico Kitchen: The Taste of Small Town America

    by Stephen-KarenConn Updated Dec 7, 2004

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    One of the things I enjoy most about traveling the back roads of the United States is the discovery of local eateries such as the Kalico Kitchen. Almost every small town has one - a place where businessmen in suits and ties, laborers in dirty overalls, the Lions Club and the Ladies Garden Club all come out for lunch. In fact, don't show up for dinner, because they close at 2:00 p.m. However, for breakfast and lunch the Kalico Kitchen can't be beat. I decided to stop when I saw the parking lot plum full of cadillacs, jalopies, and pick-up trucks.

    Kalico Kitchen is open 6 a.m. - 2 p.m. Tuesday - Sunday (Closed Monday).

    Judy Deason, Manager

    Favorite Dish: For only $4.95 you can have the lunch buffet, which includes pan fried chicken done right, plus a beef/potato casserole, collard greens, sweet potatoes, blackeyed peas, salad fixin's, cornbread, chocolate pudding and more. Don't forget the freshly brewed sweet iced tea for only $1.00, with all the free refills you can drink.

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    Cracker Barrel Old Country Store & Restaurant: Good Country Cooking

    by RhondaRuth Updated Jul 10, 2003

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    You can get good downhome cooking here. There are a number of them throughout Alabama. We went to the one in Bessemer we enjoyed the food and looking around the store before being seated. After dinner we sat in the rockers on the front porch enjoying the moment!

    Terrific prices in the store also!!

    Favorite Dish: We only ate here the one time, so I haven't picked a favorite dish. Maybe once we've been back a few more times, I'll have a special faviorite. What I did have this time was good Southern cooking. Try it out!

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    Sante Fe Cattle Co.: Steak House

    by RhondaRuth Updated Apr 4, 2011

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    Steaks and Ribs are their specialty!

    Favorite Dish: I can't say enough about the "all you can eat peanuts" and the yeast rolls! Super rolls!! Only I can't eat all that many, LOL! I had a GREAT steak here also.

    We ate at the one in Bessemer, but I understand that the one in Pelham is also very good!

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  • Island Time Cafe: Succulent cuisine!!

    by Skoor Written Apr 23, 2003

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    We were searching for a place to eat when we came across this cute little hut. There were tables outside. The owner or manager was sitting at one of these tables and greeted us as we walked in. Our waitress was wonderful. She brought our children's entrees out while we were eating our salads. I have never seen such thoughtfulness before. The food was superb, Our steaks were generously cut and melted in our mouths. The gumbo was awesome. The stuffed shrimp and stuffed crab were scrumpious! My favorite was the grouper, it was succulent! Everyone was very pleasant. This is the best food I have ever eaten. I highly recommend it.

    Favorite Dish: I definately loved the grouper. It had a golden breading and the flavor was undescribeable.
    The gumbo and the steak were incredibly delicious also.

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    Rosies Mexican Cantina: EAT AT Rosies

    by JKSmithPE Written Dec 8, 2002

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    My wife, (an Austin Texas gal) and I agree that this is the best Mexican food outside of Texas. We get into all sorts of discussions over what kind of chesse belongs on an enchillada etc.

    Favorite Dish: Combination #10, Tamale an a cheese enchilada, sweet tea and some chips.

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    Hooters: Decent Food, Great Waitresses in Mobile

    by Basaic Written Sep 25, 2011

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    Hooters is best known for their wings and the cute women running around in bright orange short shorts and Hooters T-Shirts. The food is usually pretty good, the selection of beers fine, and the women quite attractive. Decor tends to center around a bar atmosphere and sports. The women were quite cute and friendly.

    Favorite Dish: I had fried butterfly shrimp with Cajun sauce. It was good, I just wish not everything was fried.

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    Radley's Fountain Grille: Good Seafood in Monroeville

    by Basaic Written Apr 12, 2011

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    I wanted to eat here because of the name. One of the most interesting characters in "To Kill a Mockingbird" was "Boo" Radley. Radley's serves chicken, steak, ribs and pasta but most come here for the seafood. They also have cheesecake and key lime pie for dessert. Hours are 11 AM to 9 PM Monday to Saturday. They recently started to open on Sunday but I am not sure of the hours.

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    The South Side restaurant...

    by SouthJersey Written Aug 26, 2002

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    The South Side restaurant enjoys covered parking. The dining room has about 8 tables, with a TV blaring for company. Order at the window that overlooks the former garage bays, and watch your hamburger being freshly prepared. Mine was surprisingly good.

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    Wolf Bay Lodge in Elberta...

    by mikem Written Aug 25, 2002

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    Wolf Bay Lodge in Elberta Alabama (on the Wolf Bay of course on the Gulf)
    A local hangout, folks have been eating there for years. They have been there more than 40 years (my mother-in-law) ate there more than 40 years ago.
    Very excellent seafood.

    Favorite Dish: Seafood (my favorite is the Gulf shrimp, but all the fish is freshly caught).

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