Beer, Wine & Spirits in Albertville

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Cuisine Type: Alabama farmed wines: European or sweet

Established: 2007

Reservations: Recommended

Handicap Accessible: Yes

Parking: Parking lot

Most popular offering: Wine

Kid-friendly: Yes

Alcohol: Wine Only

Outdoor Seating: Yes

1409 Darden Avenue
Albertville,
AL
US

Wills Creek Vineyard focuses the picturesque plot of land surrounding its rustic windmill on growing fine muscadine grapes, then crushing them down to wine form—but it also periodically enlivens its vinelands with music, tent dwellers, and tastings. Two musical acts grace the stage on July 2, sending cartoon eighth notes flying into the skies as revelers pack the dance floor. During the afternoon, jitterbug back to a carefree era of swirling skirts and globe-encompassing wars as The Kings of Swing light up timeless big-band favorites. The evening belongs to the tropical-flavored tunes of Hawaiian music duo Rick and Tad.

10522 Duck Springs Road
Attalla,
AL
US

Whole Foods Market's commitment to the interdependent network of sustainable farms and organic producers can be seen in its carefully selected product lines. The homegrown 365 Everyday Value brand makes it easy to eat naturally, organically, and economically. It features an array of items from all product categories, including groceries, vitamins, household items, and more—each manufactured to meet the rigorous quality standards woven into the fabric of Whole Foods Market, which itself is made from 100% alpaca wool.

3100 Cahaba Village Plz
Mountain Brk,
AL
US

MaFIAoZA's is based after a 1920's New York pizzeria and neighborhood pub and pays homage to the robust simplicity of Italian cooking by crafting fresh, seasonal dishes for lunch and dinner. Un-cage creativity and build your own pie ($2.75/slice, $9.75/12", $13.75/18"), or try a specialty pizza such as the Last Request ($19/$26), a colorful medley of black olives, pepperoni, salami, Italian sausage, Portobello mushrooms, sundried tomatoes, garlic, crumpled pages of romance novels, green peppers, red onion and jalapeños. The Consigliere ($12) is a hearty helping of meat lasagna sure to quench a rumbling appetite, and the caprese salad ($7 for small, $11 for regular) is an affable mountain of homemade mozzarella, tomatoes, and a chiffonnade of basil drizzled in a balsamic reduction. The welcoming eatery also often features live music to placate ears that are jealous of the stomach’s bliss.

2 Dexter Ave
Mountain Brk,
AL
US

At The Pita Hut, diners look in on an open-air kitchen as creative chef Joseph Matta and a troupe of cooks craft Mediterranean meals with grilled and roasted meats, fresh produce, and handmade sauces. At dinnertime, the restaurant endures a moonlit transformation into Joseph's Table at The Pita Hut, and entrances eyes of evening foragers with a roster of dinner specialties during full-service suppers. Incisors sink into stuffed grape leaves ($10.99) bursting with a medley of lamb and beef tucked in with homemade yogurt. Shrimp adobados ($13.99) satiate tummy grumbles with a conga line of grilled chipotle jumbo shrimp wrapped in bacon as tightly as the nylon-clad legs of an overweight circus bear. On a patio lit by intertwining strands of tiny white lights, drained wine glasses ($3.75) and baklava flakes ($3.49) disappear from tables by the capable hands of a nocturnal wait staff as pungent aromas twirl from snaking hookah arms.

4613 Highway 280
Birmingham,
AL
US

With low lighting and a chic, minimal interior, Wine Loft BIrmingham sets the scene for an intimate date or a low-key dinner with friends. Start with a glass or bottle from the enormous wine list and then browse the food menu of small, shareable plates and desserts such as wild mushroom manchego bruschetta and smooth chocolate fondue.

2200 1st Ave N
Birmingham,
AL
US