Alabama July 14, 2017
The Depot Dining Destination In Alabama You’re Sure To Love
There are several historic restaurants located throughout Alabama. Whether they’ve been around for many years, or they’re housed inside of a historic building, it’s safe to say that these restaurants offer a dining experience like no other. One of Alabama’s newest restaurants that does this perfectly is The Depot. You can read all about this amazing restaurant below.
The Depot is located in Auburn, Alabama at 124 Mitcham Avenue. It's housed inside of a recently renovated train depot that's full of history and charm.
This wonderful restaurant serves fresh seafood in a modern industrial space. If you find yourself craving seafood while in Auburn, this is THE place to go.
The Depot serves lunch, dinner and brunch.
Hours are as follows: Lunch is served Tuesday - Friday, 11:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. / Dinner is served Tuesday - Thursday, 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. and Friday - Saturday, 5:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m. / Brunch is served Saturday - Sunday, 10:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. You can make a reservation by following this
Built in 1904, this historic train depot is one of the oldest surviving train depots in Alabama. Many events have happened here, including students arriving to attend API and people leaving for WWII. The last ticket was sold in 1970.
The first depot building was built in 1864. It was destroyed during the civil war and eventually rebuilt. In 1904, it was struck by lightning and burned. It was rebuilt in 1904, and that's the same building that stands today.
Because seafood was seriously lacking in the Auburn area, the new owners decided to focus their menu on a variety of seafood dishes.
A few of their delicious seafood options include Blue Crab Cakes...
...Fish N Chips...
...Maine Lobster Sliders and...
If seafood isn't really your thing, no worries! The Depot also offers meat and poultry options, including their popular 36-Day Aged Alabama Angus Hanger Steak.
A couple of brunch favorites served at The Depot include the Grand Marnier French Toast, which is topped with white chocolate whipped cream, strawberries and hibiscus syrup, and the...
...Black & Blue Gulf Shrimp 'N' Grits, which consists of blackened Gulf shrimp, blue corn grits, Cajun spiced trinity and andouille sausage.
The Depot also offers a variety of wines, which can be purchased by glass or bottle.
And you can't leave without first trying one of The Depot's delicious desserts. Pictured here are their Mocha Beignets that have been filled with dark chocolate and topped with Espresso Crème Anglaise.
Have you ever eaten at The Depot? If so, what did you think?
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