Alabama Dining June 16, 2017
Check Out These 10 Restaurants In Alabama For Mouthwatering Deep Fried Food
When it comes to food in Alabama, we deep fry pretty much anything and everything. From meats and veggies, to fruits and desserts, nothing is off limits. Listed below are 10 restaurants in Alabama that are well known for serving a certain fried food.
1. Irondale Cafe - Irondale
Since 1928, Irondale Cafe has been serving tasty Southern cuisine, including its famous Fried Green Tomatoes. Irondale Cafe, which is also known as the Original Whistle Stop Cafe, was made famous by the hit film Fried Green Tomatoes.
(1906 1st Ave N)
2. Top O' the River - Gadsden
Top O' the River has been serving delicious fried catfish for more than 30 years. In fact, it's one of the Southeast's largest catfish and seafood restaurants. (1606 Rainbow Dr)
3. Martin's Restaurant - Montgomery
Martin's Restaurant is one of Montgomery's oldest restaurants. It's best known for its crispy fried chicken, which is normally served with two side dishes. (1796 Carter Hill Rd)
4. Doc's Seafood Shack & Oyster Bar - Orange Beach
Because Alabama is located on the Gulf Coast, we have access to the freshest seafood available year-round. Doc's Seafood Shack & Oyster Bar serves some of the most delicious seafood on the Gulf Coast, including the tastiest fried shrimp.
(26029 Canal Road)
5. Walton's Southern Table - Huntsville
Walton's Southern Table is a Southern-style restaurant that's perfect for the entire family. One of its most popular dishes is the Country Fried Steak. After just one bite, you'll understand why. And might I add, the portion is huge.
(4901 Whitesburg Dr)
6. Flip Burger Boutique - Birmingham
You can't eat at Flip Burger Boutique without trying their Fried B+B Pickles. Whether you eat them as an appetizer, or add them as a side, you'll be glad you gave this Southern favorite a try.
(220 Summit Blvd, Suite 140)
7. King Neptune's Seafood Restaurant - Gulf Shores
Who doesn't love cheesecake? King Neptune's serves deep fried cheesecake and it's amazing! So much so that you'll likely order a couple of slices to go. (1137 Gulf Shores Pkwy)
8. LiveOaks - Auburn
Macaroni and cheese is one of Alabama's most iconic comfort foods. LiveOaks offers Mac and Cheese Bites, which are breaded and fried macaroni and cheese with bacon, jalapenos and mixed cheeses. They're a definite must try for macaroni and cheese lovers. (201 N College St)
9. Greenbrier Restaurant - Madison
Greenbrier Restaurant is best known for its barbecue, but the hushpuppies are also worth the hype. Sure, they're delicious on their own. However, dipped in Greenbrier's white barbecue sauce, they're spectacular!
(27028 Old Hwy 20)
10. Saw’s Juke Joint - Birmingham
If you love fried okra, you'll love the fried okra at Saw's Juke Joint. It's served whole with a side of dipping sauce. It's also a customer favorite. (1115 Dunston Ave)
What are some of your favorite fried foods?
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