Beer, Wine & Spirits in Albertville

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We are Chattanooga's finest Irish Brewpub. We have the best microbrew in town, and our Irish cook makes you think your mama's food never tasted this good.

724 Ashland Ter
Chattanooga,
TN
US

Wine is manufactured on the premises. Wine tastings Mon-Sat 10:00-6:00 Specialty cheeses and summer sausages available as well as other wine related items in our gift shop. Our outside deck offers beautiful scenes of the surrounding mountains and is a place to relax and enjoy the country air.

10522 Duck Springs Rd
Attalla,
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

Fried Alabama-grown green tomatoes, encrusted in cornmeal ($7), are a golden start to a journey through the Southern-fried favorites and European-pub classics on the dinner menu. The J. Clyde's caprese ($9) stacks Italian standards (fresh tomato and mozzarella) with Southern flavors (fried okra and pancetta), and the vegetable boxty ($13) subverts the Irish potato pancake by boxing locally-grown vegetables in a light European crust. Entrees such as grilled grouper, steak au poivre, and Bavarian sausage (entrees range from $8 to $23) satisfy any appetite for cullinary adventure. Or order off the comfort-food-filled pub menu to sup on steak and eggs ($15) or customizable pizza (starting at $9, with Alabama goat cheese available for $2 extra.)

1312 Cobb Ln S
Birmingham,
AL
US

For Culinary Institute of America graduate and MetroPrime Steakhouse Executive Chef Warren Weiss, the majority of work goes into steaks and seafood before or after they cook in the shop's 1800-degree broiler. He begins by dry-aging steaks, which allows the flavors to develop and the meat to tenderize before its cooked. Once cuts of prime rib, bone-in filet mignon, and cedar-plank salmon have been broiled to perfection, he infuses dishes with flavorful sauces and sides. These range from a maytag blue cheese fondue to the sharp house worcestershire that complements the ribeyes.

Chef Weiss takes just as much care as when preparing seafood, whether pairing briny Atlantic oysters with a champagne mignonette, or tossing risotto with a splash of vermouth, seafood stock, and Maine lobster. Meals can end on an elegant note with a shareable portion of bruleed banana split or a sippable night cap.

1035 20th St S
Birmingham,
AL
US

Friendly, knowledgeable service!

790 Montgomery Hwy
Vestavia,
AL
US