Econo Lodge Inn & Suites
4501 McFarland Blvd. E.
Tuscaloosa, AL 35405
Phone: (205) 345-1434
Fax: (205) 345-1434
Bars & Cafes
Hooters is known for its chicken wings, chilled beer and attractive waiting staff. It is also frequented by sports aficionados for watching exciting games on the television screens.
Head to the taproom at Druid City Brewing Company and sample brews such as India Pale Ale with tropical fruit flavors and Belgian Wheat with notes of citrus. The bar has light yellow walls and a blackboard with quirky sketches explaining the brewing process.
Casual atmosphere serving delicious, fresh tossed salads, oven-baked sandwiches, California-style gourmet pizzas, hearty soups and homemade cakes. They also offer a selection of wines by the glass and imported & domestic beers. Come in and enjoy yourself, or grab one of many ready-made items to go.
In addition to a delicious menu, The Houndstooth has lots of TVs, pool and games.
Buffalo Phil's is experienced in the "art of wings." The menu also features appetizers, soups & combos, salads, grilled chicken entrees, burgers, sandwiches, desserts, a kid's menu, beer menu, and weekly specials.
Jupiter Bar & Grill is right next to the University of Alabama so it's natural that it be frequented by young college student who liven the place up. Jupiter has a large menu with salads, appetizers, pasta, sandwiches and desserts and everything comes relatively cheap! It has live music on weekends though a cover charge applies. You can get beers like Coors Light for as cheap as a dollar during happy hours.
Located on the Univeristy Boulevard, Egan's Bar is the saving grace of this small town's dwindling nightlife. Although it is based in a student-centric part of The Strip, the bar sees an diverse crowd who walk in here religiously to gulp down locally brewed beer like Back Forty Naked Pig or shoot down some Bloody Marys and Jager Bombs. The ambience is loud, smokey and divey, though you can expect to meet interesting and unpretentious people to have conversations with. Adding to its long-standing glory is its entertainment program, where local bands feature every alternate days to give out some clean, original tunes. Gear up for a great time at this excellent dive bar.
An Irish-style pub serving lunch and dinner.
A cozy and intimate venue is what best explains Epiphany Cafe. The food is delicious, cooked using fresh ingredients sourced directly from the fields. Ranging from small plates to main entrees one can have Roasted Wild Mushrooms, Fried Brussel Sprouts, Mahi Mahi, Crispy Free Range Chicken and Duck Breast. The meat is completely organic, sans hormones and medicines. A brilliant wine list is also available to add to the experience of dining. Closed on Sundays, Epiphany Cafe is open from 5p onwards on other days. It takes bookings for private events and parties.
FIG offers a variety of garden fresh salads, sandwiches on gourmet breads, and soups & chowders made fresh every day.
Offers Mediterranean-inspired menu items prepared fresh daily. Open for lunch and dinner with hummus, salads, soups, classic sandwiches, pita sandwiches, grilled sandwiches, entrees, desserts, and even take home items. There is a second location in Tuscaloosa at 920 Bryant Drive, Suite 101.