Owner George Wade wants Steve's Cue and Grill to be a place where regulars and newbies mingle, knock back a few, and clink pool balls on one of the bar's 14 pool tables. As another stripe drives into the corner pocket, bar tables populate with 1/3-pound burgers, chili-slathered hot dogs, and platefuls of nachos and crispy fried appetizers. Guests can savor a philly steak sub or a spicy buffalo-chicken sandwich on the enclosed outdoor patio, peruse the eatery's retail billiards supplies, or surf the free WiFi for variations on the spelling of Steve, such as Stefan, Stephen, and Earl.
Over 20,000 items in our inventory including: LP's, 45's, 78's, CD's, DVD's, Local & Independent Music, Comics, Graphic Novels, Clothing, Turntables, Stereo Equipment & more. We also do special orders, so if there is anything you are trying to get ahold of please let us know!
A smattering of 20 sauces and seasonings dripping from handspun wings coats patrons' fingers as they cheer on their favorite professional sports teams broadcast on Buffalo Wild Wings' TVs. Eyes are torn between watching teams dribble a ball, shoot a puck, and land a grand jeté, and plates of plentiful wings, burgers, wraps, salads, and ribs. For more entertainment, trivia games exercise brains, and the Blazin' Challenge offers recognition for those brave enough to down a dozen wings slathered in the eatery's hottest sauce in six minutes.
Huntsville Ballet Company’s classic and contemporary productions are as much about enriching the local arts community as they are about entertaining the audience. Dedicated to outreach and education, the group invites students from Huntsville Ballet School to audition for performances with professional dancers and the Huntsville Symphony Orchestra. When their soloists aren’t pirouetting through The Firebird or anthropomorphizing sugarplums in The Nutcracker, the company welcomes visitors such as Alvin Ailey Dance Theatre and the New York City Ballet.
Knuckleheads fuels sports fans' pumping fists with burgers and grill fare and lubricates their cheering tubes with more than 15 draft beers and more than 25 bottles of suds. The handcrafted, mellow Shiner bock and the crisp and spicy Olde Towne hefe swirl happily in the boozy hot tubs of Knuckleheads' microbrew vats. Activate beef teeth for combat against the Knucklehead Biker burger, a half pound of ground chuck painted in shades of barbecue and topped with an onion ring nestled in mushrooms and pepper jack ($8.99). The Knuckle sandwich ($11.99) strikes the mouth with a deep-fried chicken breast dipped in Knucklehead sauce and draped in jalapeño and bacon. Put the plant world on warning with a veggie wrap, stuffed with steamed spinach, avocado, and caramelized onions ($7.99). For a heartier helping of beef, head to the grill for a Cajun-blackened rib eye ($14.99).