1210 Industrial Pkwy.
Saraland, AL 36571
Phone: (251) 675-0100
Fax: (251) 675-0100
Bars & Cafes
Seize the day in a unique way! Enjoy a caramel machiatto or alpine mocha in this 100-year-old Victorian house turned coffee shop. They roast their beans in-house, ensuring quality and freshness. You can munch on a sandwich or bagel while taking in Mobile from the front porch seating area. You'll love the coffee and nostalgic feel this place cultivates.
Cammie's Old Dutch Ice Cream Shoppe is an old-fashioned ice-cream parlor in downtown Mobile. Scooping out America's best ice-cream since 1969, it is a popular favorite among locals and visitors alike. Their handmade creamy creations are available in 47 original and seasonal flavors. These include Peach, Pistachio, Strawberry Cheesecake, Mardi Gras Moon Pie, Creole Praline, Chocolate Malt, King Cake and Hot Fudge. Queue up with fellow patrons for a refreshing cone or sundae, and avail their catering services for your private party or special occasion.
Whether you prefer a nicely chilled chardonnay or a room temperate pinot noir, Red or White Wine & Gourmet Center will have something to entire your taste buds. This charming wine bar and retail center tucked away in Mobile has many different varietals for patrons to try. They even offer a small tapas menus to compliment your wine tasting. Stop into the retail center to pick a bottle to enjoy at home.
Groove to techno, house and jazz or enjoy live performances in the courtyard at Tag Bar and Lounge. A lot goes on at the venue, offering something for everyone and creating a lively nightspot where one can spend a memorable time. The lounge is a great place to relax one's tired feet and explore the list of cocktails and other drinks from the menu. One can also catch comedy events from time to time.
Firehouse Wine Bar welcomes with a warm wood decor that gives the place a classic feel. It features an abundant selection of by the glass drinks, all reasonably priced. Its beverages collection focuses on artisanal wines as well as vineyards from Australia, South America, New Zealand and South America. The ambiance at this bar is relaxing and patrons enjoy the local music and art at its copper bar or sip on their favorite drinks at its back-room.
A gem of a downtown nightspot, The BAR is a casual hangout featuring an amazing list of beers and excellent cocktails. But people don't come back just because of the innovative cocktails. The BAR has a regular schedule of fun events including live music sessions. The outdoor deck is another great place to hang out and has become a popular venue for hosting private parties.
Located in the Battle House Renaissance Hotel, the Royal Street Tavern is a charming piano bar. Featuring a live pianist and vocalist five nights a week, the Royal Street Tavern offers patrons the chance to interact and hear their favorite tunes while sipping on an expertly mixed cocktail. Find plenty of specialty cocktails on the menu like the creme brulee martini. They also have a small bar food menu that features local oysters, fried green tomatoes and other small bites. Whether your looking for a quality cocktail, a bite to eat or some live entertainment, the Royal Street Tavern will surely exceed your expectations.
This café is a favorite with locals and a sure-shot winner when it comes to the cool quotient. A chilled out atmosphere, scrumptious hand-crafted thin crust pizzas, tasty sandwiches and tempting signature cocktails make this place a regular hang-out for locals and tourists. Extremely popular with Mardi Gras parade goers, the place has a very New Orleans decor and feel. Try the Sicilian style pizza or the Muffaletta.
Catt's Avalon 360 is a new player in Mobile's downtown scene, although this unique venue is quickly attracting the attention of locals and visitors alike. Music is the main focus at Catt's, evidenced by the four venue rooms in which guests can enjoy live music almost every night the business is open. The listening room is at the center of the operation, although there is also the Veranda Room, Jazz Alley and the gigantic outdoor patio. For hungry visitors, Catt's offers a menu of American cuisine and times orders and drinks with show intermissions. For a bit of live local music and some great craft brews, head down to Catt's Avalon 360.
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.
Located on the popular Dauphin Street in Mobile, Boo Radley's bar is a local favorite for late night fun. Even though it's on the small side, this neighborhood establishment is almost always packed with friendly patrons vying for their reasonably priced cocktails, beer, wine and small bar bites. Aside from the drinks and cuisine, Boo Radley's offers live entertainment on weekends, a great happy hour and a lively crowd.
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.