Sometimes restaurants that don’t look like much from the outside actually serve the BEST food. In Alabama, many restaurants appear to be very simple, and you wouldn’t think they serve the greatest food. Some don’t even look like restaurants from the outside. Many restaurants in Alabama are considered to be “hole-in-the-wall” restaurants because of their location and appearance. Listed below are eight hole-in-the-wall restaurants in Alabama that may not look like much at first glance, but they have some of the TASTIEST food you’ll ever eat!

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If you were to do a search for “great hole in the wall restaurants near me,” or “best hole in the wall restaurants near me,” these spots would most certainly pop up at the top of the list!

Have you ever been to any of these delicious hole in the wall restaurants in Alabama? If so, which ones were your favorites? What other hole in the wall restaurants in the state can be added to this list? We’d love to read about your experience in the comments section below!

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Where are some of the best places to go camping in Alabama?

  • Oak Mountain State Park in Pelham is Alabama's largest state park with nearly 10,000 acres of space which lends itself to a wide variety of campsite options.
  • Monte Sano State Park in Hunstville offers a variety of camping options including primitive tent campsites, full hook-up campsites, and original Civilian Conservation Corps stone cabins, among others.
  • Wind Creek State Park in Alexander City is one of the country’s largest state-owned campgrounds, encompassing 320 acres and well over 500 campsites.

Read on to learn more about some of the best places to go camping in Alabama.

Where can we find beach towns in Alabama?

  • Dauphin Island Park and Beach is the state's southernmost point and is known as the "Sunset Capital of Alabama."
  • Orange Beach is named after the oranges that were once grown here and are thought to have the clearest water in the state of Alabama.
  • Fairhope offers stunning views of beautiful Mobile Bay and is often called the most walkable town in Alabama.

Read on to learn more about some of the many other charming beach towns in Alabama.

Where can we find state parks in Alabama?

  • Chewacla State Park in Auburn is an expansive 696-acre park featuring hiking, fishing, camping, and swimming.
  • Cathedral Caverns State Park in Woodville features cathedral-like walls which give it its current name, but it was originally called the "Bat Cave."
  • Gulf State Park in Gulf Shores is a very popular vacation destination because of its gorgeous white-sand beaches stretching for two miles along the Gulf of Mexico.

Read on to learn more about some of the many other fantastic state parks in Alabama.

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