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Hotel alternative for lodging in Mobile. 1895 Queen Anne Victorian in historic Oakleigh Garden District near downtown nightlife. Pool, Jacuzzi, sub-tropical gardens.
Located inside an unassuming, converted house, The Brick Pit boasts a custom smoker built to serve 500 pounds of meat each day.
This neighborhood club in the beautiful Oakleigh Garden District, not far from downtown Mobile, offers live music on Sunday nights.
A new spin to a Southern tradition!
Baumhower's serves up a power menu of burgers, fresh gulf seafood and southern comfort food along with our signature Buffalo-style chicken wings. Mild to "bring da pain" hot - wash it down with Bob's own handcrafted Blackberry Brew. Enjoy gametime on one of our 60 flatscreens, or just family time in a relaxed casual setting. Legendary Food - Legendary Fun!
Located in Olde Towne Daphne, the building that houses the East ShoreCafe used to be a private home and schoolhouse.
While small and not exactly suited for sit-down service, locals swear by po'boys from Market by the Bay in Daphne. The seafood market and take-out restaurant serves seafood dinners, gumbo, oysters and traditional sides such as hushpuppies and slaw.
Moe's Original Bar B Que serves up an award-winning, all things Southern, Alabama BBQ experience.
Blending the cuisines of regional Gulf fare with classic Mexican dishes, Rosie's Grill in Daphne offers guests the best of both worlds.
This Fairhope bed and breakfast has offered quaint accommodations to visitors for more than a decade.
This unique bay front stucco home was built in the early 1930's and has been lovingly restored, remodeled and enlarged through the years to hold family heirlooms and period antiques which date back five generations. Wicker, stained glass, hooked and oriental rugs abound in every room. Everything from a mantel to a sofa or silk tie quilt has a very special story.
Complete with a riverside patio, rocking chairs and frequent live music, Big Daddy's is known for its po'boys and the Big Daddy burger, made with Swiss and American cheeses, sautéed onions, bacon and a half-pound beef patty.
Manufacturing brewery with a tasting room where patrons are welcome to purchase and drink beer. Bring your own food. Children welcome until 6:00. Tours and private events available.
Warm and elegant are words many use to describe the 107 year-old home that houses the Fairhope Inn & Restaurant.
The Punta Clara Candy Kitchen in Point Clear has been making candies and confections daily since 1952.
Seafood restaurant also known for its live music performed Tuesday through Sunday on an outside deck overlooking Mobile Bay.
Live music 4 nights a week at this restaurant located on Mobile Bay.
Seafood is the main attraction at Felix's Fish Camp, but the panoramic view of Mobile Bay tends to steal the show, especially at sunset.