Restaurants in Alabaster

Up to 50% Off Pub Cuisine at LeVi'an Grill & Bar

Southside

$15 $8

Hearty pub standards such as bacon cheeseburgers with fries, barbecue chicken wings, and grilled tilapia with wild rice

45% Off at Delicio's Pizza & Pasta

Birmingham

$20 $11

Diners can create their own custom pizza with a choice of more than 30 toppings, or opt for a specialty pie such as the chicken pesto pizza

50% Off Burgers and Pub Food at Black Market Bar

Multiple Locations

$20 $10

(338)

Diners down burgers and a varied selection of pub eats while participating in weekly trivia and bingo contests

45% Off Mexican Cuisine at Fuego Cantina

Five Points South

$20 $11

(475)

Spicy beef nachos, gourmet soft tacos, and Caribbean jerk burritos served alongside specialty margaritas and 14 beers on tap

$7 for Café Food at V. Richards

Forest Park

$14 $7

(225)

Sit underneath outdoor fans and beach-style umbrellas on warmer days, or mounted ceiling heaters when it's cooler

50% Off at Wine Loft Birmingham

Birmingham

$30 $15

(109)

Wine bar offers shareable plates such as Maryland-style crab cakes, baked brie, and stone-baked pizza along with dessert

50% Off Gourmet Southern Food at Buttermilk Hill Restaurant

Sylacauga

$40 $20

(27)

Pan-roasted 12 oz. Montana beef tenderloin and jumbo-lump-crab cake served in a century-old Victorian frame house

Half Off at Archibald & Woodrow's Barbeque

Multiple Locations

$30 $15

(32)

Sample fifty years of barbecue expertise with the house’s hickory smoked ribs, pulled pork, collard greens, and black-eyed peas

50% Off at Pita Pit

Tuscaloosa

$20 $10

(7)

Pitas stuffed with meat, veggies, and breakfast fixings and topped with sauces

Up to 55% Billiards, Soda, and Appetizers

Anniston

$26 $13

Head to one of 11 professional-grade pool tables, sip on sodas, and enjoy appetizers inside classic billiards hall

40% Off Deli Sandwiches at Schlotzsky's

Montgomery

$10 $6

Chefs layer sandwiches with premium deli ingredients, or craft platters of sandwiches for catered events of 10-14 people

50% Off at Momma Goldberg's Deli

Multiple Locations

$16 $8

(8)

Deli that opened in Auburn in 1976 continues to serve hearty hot and cold sandwiches alongside soups, salads, and desserts

50% Off at Momma Goldberg's Deli

Multiple Locations

$16 $8

(862)

Soups, salads, and made-to-order sandwiches layered with meats such as roast beef and smoked turkey, served with spicy brown mustard

50% Off at Fulin's Asian Cuisine

Decatur

$20 $10

Diverse spread of Asian dishes includes Japanese sashimi, Thai curry, and Szechuan eggplant

Select Local Merchants

Since 1950, the family-owned Whataburger has served up its iconic burgers and fresh, made-to-order meals with a commitment to excellent customer service. Now headquartered in San Antonio, Whataburger has grown from a lone Corpus Christi burger stand to a thriving family of more than 750 locations across 10 states. In addition to lunch and dinner, the restaurants' 24/7 hours and fully fledged breakfast menu have made them popular destinations for early morning and late-night dining.

Besides the classic Whataburger, the modern menu includes options such as the jalapeno and cheese Whataburger, the Whatachick'n sandwich, and the Whataburger Jr., which is a regular Whataburger that doesn't know how to tie a tie. The breakfast selections remain rooted in hearty Texas tradition, with crispy honey butter chicken served atop biscuits and taquitos stuffed with scrambled eggs.

1101 1st St S
Alabaster,
AL
US

In 2009, CityVoters named Fox Valley the Best Seafood restaurant in Northern Alabama. Launch an elegant feast with a cup of cream of crab soup ($5.25 per cup) with curry and coconut milk. Or try the fried eggplant pirogue ($12.75) stuffed with lump crab and gulf shrimp and topped with fried Apalachicola oysters. Once your tongue's toes are wet, submerge the rest of your taste buds in the flavors that lie on a plate of pecan-fried gulf red snapper ($23.75) with shrimp etouffée and rice. If you're looking for fare that's more likely to walk in a straight line when pulled over, opt for a turf-born protein such as char-grilled New Zealand lamb ($25.75) with fried polenta and bourbon mint-julep sauce.

6745 Highway 17
Maylene,
AL
US

The sterling-silver double-heart pendant necklace updates a classic jewelry design to reflect the sentiments of Mother's Day. Affixed to a delicate 18-inch silver chain, a heart-shaped pendant reads Mom in elegant script. A .01-carat brilliant-cut diamond adds a touch of sparkle to the lettering, like the rubies set in every o in the Constitution. The diamond is rated for H/I color and I1 clarity. The necklace's timeless style can transition seamlessly between casual and dressy occasions.

300 Colonial Promenade Parkway
Alabaster,
AL
US

Run by Brooklyn and Bronx transplants, Nino’s Italian Restaurant draws up a hunger-busting menu of savory calzones, pastas, and hero sandwiches. Find tomato-free nourishment with the sauceless four-cheese pizza, which tops off depleted calcium reserves with mozzarella, ricotta, parmesan, and provolone, all complemented by onion and fresh garlic ($14.95+). The seafood primavera proves that springtime romance isn’t just for vertebrates by wedding shrimp, scallops, and mushrooms together with tomato, onion, peppers, and artichokes in a white-wine garlic sauce ($14.95). The Sicilian pork chops emerge hot from beneath the kitchen's copper awning, two fried chops frolicking with peppers and onions amidst a marinara sauce rainstorm, for once not caring what the other chops say ($13.99). Diners can cap off theirs meals with the Ca Nino, a cannoli shell loaded with praline-cheesecake filling and covered in caramel, chocolate, and powdered sugar ($4.50).

2698 Pelham Pkwy
Pelham,
AL
US

Since 1954, Johnny Ray's BBQ has served up tasty hickory-smoked barbecue pork, chicken, and beef paired with classic, gut-busting Southern comfort food. The family-owned restaurant has expanded to four locations across Alabama, as well as a walk-up window inside the Mariana Trench to cater to the gill-faced merpeople of the deep. For a quick bite, diners may grab a regular- or jumbo-size sandwich ($3.79–$8.99) with pork, beef, ribs, or pulled "blonde" (white meat) or "brunette" (dark meat) chicken. Heartier appetites can opt for a rib plate ($12.99), which includes a heaping portion of meat plus a toasted bun, baked beans, fries, and coleslaw. For dessert, Honey's award-winning pies ($2.99)—filled with creamy chocolate, banana, coconut, or lemon, and whipped from scratch—provide the cherry atop a meat-laden sundae, and, when applied in pairs, make refreshing foot pads.

309 Huntley Pkwy
Pelham,
AL
US

One might not expect to find an authentic Cajun seafood restaurant on the outskirts of Birmingham, but it's hard to question Jubilee Joe's credentials. Owner Kash Siddiqui sources much of the restaurant's shellfish, fish, and alligator from Troy Landry and his son Jacob, fishermen extraordinaire and stars of History Channel's "Swamp People". As chronicled on ABC 33/40, the duo sometimes visits the restaurant: an upscale seafood shack with tiled floors, modern hanging lights, and framed illustrations and photographs of seafood.

Though there's a chance the Landrys are just dropping by to say hello, they might also be stopping in to sample the chef's authentic Cajun cuisine. Jubilee Joe's menu features pots of seasoned low-boil shrimp, crawfish, and crabs, as well as Southern staples such as fried green tomatoes, grouper, and bayou oysters. The culinary team stacks po' boy sandwiches with catfish, lump crab, and gator tail, and crafts entrees such as blackened tilapia, New Orleans–style blackened chicken, and crawfish alfredo. Once a year, they bring the food out of the restaurant and into the Oak Mountain Amphitheatre for the Crawfish Boil. The event highlights the chef's signature dish amid live music and family-friendly activities designed to appease the angry Lord Crawfish, sending him back into the ocean depths for one more year.

1000 Ampitheater Rd.
Pelham,
AL
US