1210 Industrial Pkwy.
Saraland, AL 36571
Phone: (251) 675-0100
Fax: (251) 675-0100
1210 Industrial Pkwy., Saraland, AL, US, 36571
- Phone: (251) 675-0100
- Fax: (251) 675-0100
Nestled in the Grand Hotel Marriott Resort, Golf Club & Spa Home, the Saltwater Grill is a must-visit destination for all seafood lovers. The menu promises to bring you generous portions of delectable seafood, and definitely does not fail to deliver. The upbeat ambiance is also coupled with efficient service and entertainment. Enjoy the evening in casual attire.
One of the most popular barbecue chains in the state of Alabama, Dreamland Bar-B-Que is best known for its ribs and sauce. Its outlet in Mobile offers BBQ Ribs in the form of cut slabs and sandwiches. BBQ Wings and Pork Salad are other specialties. The menu is small and focuses on its signature items with only a selection of sides like baked beans and mac and cheese as accompaniments. Do not miss out on the potent and invigorating Big Daddy's Iced Tea that is served here.
Located near downtown, this famous rib joint offers unforgettable barbecue. You are sure to love everything from the ribs to the tangy sandwiches and banana pudding. Make sure you come hungry!
Located off of Old Shell Road in the midtown area of Mobile, Butch Cassidy's Cafe is a well established, family friendly restaurant. Opened in 1993 by Roy Seewer, the restaurant pays homage to the classic 1969 Robert Redford and Paul Newman movie, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. This casual eatery offers reasonably priced dishes that run the gamut from burgers and fries to salads and nachos. Happy hour is from 3-7p with plenty of drink and appetizer specials.
The Italian Fisherman is a trusted name in Mobile's dining circles for its fine-quality Italian preparations that are consistent in their flavor. Striking a fine balance between veal, steaks and seafood, the menu offers a huge variety of meals. While the veal is most popular, the impeccable seafood comes a close second. The ambience in the restaurant is quite simple and its casual air lends a sense of comfort to the diner.
From its place on the historic expanse of Mobile's Old Shell Road, the Dew Drop Inn has maintained its local legacy as the oldest restaurant within Mobile. Operating since 1924, Dew Drop Inn is responsible for introducing the hot dog to this bustling Southern port town, a dish that still drives hungry locals through the door almost every day. Aside from their world famous hot dogs, Dew Drop offers a representative array of the Cajun dishes that developed in this region such as Po Boys, gumbo and oysters in addition to more standard burger-and-fry specials. A real local tradition, the Dew Drop Inn is a must for anyone who wants to claim they've been to Mobile.
Enjoy the magic of seafood and steaks, cooked to perfection by expert chefs at Legacy Bar and Grill. The upscale dining space is frequented by a trendy crowd who return for the Pan Seared Scallops and the Rib-eye. Cocktails and live musicians add to the celebratory mood here. Finish off with a helping of the Pecan Pie or the rich Creme Brulee for a befitting end. Most of the ingredients are completely organic and grown on-site.
True Midtown Kitchen has deep roots in Mobile. Originally a bakery at the beginning of the 20th century, it retains a rustic look with brick walls and wood tables. This family business is run by the True brothers, who take great care to maintain authenticity in their establishment. They take traditional southern American flavors and put an innovative twist on them. All of the food is prepared with locally-sourced ingredients, including their seared tuna, shrimp and chicken nachos, and hanger steak frites.
Be on the look out for a brick red building with a black mule painted on the side while driving down North Claiborne Street. This lovely restaurant specializes in Cajun and Creole cuisine such as the "Jackass" chicken sandwich, Bayou burger, Cajun boudin wrap and Blind Mule Bake being poplar favorites. Dine outside under scattered umbrellas in a lively courtyard that features hand-painted murals and a quaint water fountain. The rustic and minimal interior conveys a warm and cozy atmosphere. The upstairs attic comes alive with an eclectic music scene that sees local live bands perform occasionally.
In 1895 Thaddeus P. Crockmier manifested his dream of opening a unique dining establishment in Atlanta. The institution eventually made its way to downtown Mobile complete with its award-winning menu and top-rated brunch. Timeless American favorites on offer include burgers, sandwiches like the Club Croissant and Monte Cristo, and delicious salads and appetizers. Start off with Stuffed Jalapenos or Steak Fries, and move on to seafood or oyster platters freshly-fished out of the Gulf coast. Savor a rib-eye steak with impressive brews and spirits, and don't forget to end your meal with a Bailey's Brownie or Key Lime Pie.
Mama's on Dauphin is an authentic hot spot for Southern comfort food in downtown Mobile. With its proximity to several hotels as well as the cruise terminal, this place sees throngs of tourist clientele as well as in-the-know locals. Dine on the sunny patio alongside the stars and stripes or head inside to vintage light fixtures and a hand-painted murals depicting Mobile landmarks. The menu features blackened chicken wraps, hot ham and cheese croissant, soft-shell crab po-boy, homemade soup and a daily rotation of entrees. Dive into a scrumptious seafood platter that features an assortment of crab cakes, fish filets, shrimp and crawfish tails in tartar sauce, perfectly complemented by a cocktail.
Located just a stone's throw from the cathedral square, Spot of Tea is one of the most pleasant places in town. Dine in style in the tastefully decorated Victorian dining room with neatly laid out tables and a grand piano. Start off with the soup and move on to one of the delectable main course. Choose from a large array of teas from green and fruit teas to the more innovative choices such as earl grey and whole fruit tea. It also specializes in dinner and tea parties.