Restaurants in Atmore

Up to Half Off Indian Food at Halal Cuisine of India

Llanfair

$15 $8

(10)

Traditional Indian dishes, such as tandoori chicken and vegetarian platters

$10 for Japanese Food at Bamboo Bistro Steakhouse & Sushi Bar

Mobile

$20 $10

Chefs prepare meats and seafood in extravagant performances on tableside grills and slice fresh fish into specialty rolls

40% Off Greek Food at Zorba the Greek

Zorba the Greek

$20 $12

(222)

Pita sandwiches stuffed with feta, falafel, and chicken shawarma; classic dishes such as moussaka and gyros

Up to 37% Off at Claudio's Spring Hill Italian Bistro

Spring Hill Village

$63 $40

(10)

Beer or wine and appetizers such as fried eggplant and sautéed mushrooms pave the way for shrimp fettuccine and chicken-alfredo pizza

Up to 45% Off Pizza, Salads, and Subs at Ashland Midtown Pub

Park Place

$20 $11

(256)

Upscale pub and Italian eatery with traditional pizzas, seafood pastas, and Southern-tinged po’ boy feasts

45% Off Japanese Food at Wasabi Sushi

Llanfair

$20 $11

(16)

Sashimi, hand rolls, and specialty sushi rolls join other Japanese dishes such as teriyaki chicken and veggie tempura

45% Off at Latte Da Coffee Shop

Fairhope

$5 $2.75

Coffee shop customers can enjoy a cup of slow-roasted coffee or tea, or snack on Blue Bell ice cream or fresh-baked pastry

45% off Arcade Package at Rotolo's Pizza

Fairhope

$20 $11

Pizza, macaroni and cheese, chicken tenders, spaghetti, or butter noodles refuels kids during trips to the arcade room

Up to 53% Off Comfort Food at Old 27 Grill

Fairhope

$15 $7

(8)

Menu includes homemade soups, dressings, and sauces, as well as burgers, hot dogs, and steaks with a choice of 27 toppings

50% Off at Cristina's Peruvian Restaurant

Fairhope

$10 $5

Cuisine from Peru, South America, Central America, Puerto Rico, and Cuba fills the menu with dishes such as jalea mixta and spanish paella

49% Off a Sandwich Party Platter at Roly Poly

Multiple Locations

$36.95 $19

Choose from more than 35 cold wraps and hot-pressed sandwiches, or build your own; party platters come piled with 20 sandwich quarters

Half Off Indian Cuisine at Passage to India48%

Southeast Pensacola

$25 $13

(74)

An extensive menu of dishes from across the Indian subcontinent, with chicken tandoori, lamb kebabs, fish curry, and more

40% Off Thai International Fusion Cuisine at Jasmine Fusion

North Central Pensacola

$20 $12

(35)

Golden walls and mod artwork set tone for stir-fried noodles, sushi rolls, fresh seafood, and curry with butternut squash and pineapple

$10 for American Food at Woodshed Grill and Brew Pub

West Pensacola

$20 $10

(12)

Juicy burgers, saucy chicken wings, nachos, and other pub favorites; sports games broadcast on more than 20 flat-screen TVs

45% Off Mediterranean Food at Jordan Valley Restaurant

Corry Heights

$20 $11

(9)

Mediterranean favorites such as spanakopita, fattoush salad, kafta kebabs, and chicken gyros are flavored with a signature mix of seasonings

50% Off American Cuisine at Mackey's Mudhouse and Grille

Pensacola's Rooftop Destination

$30 $15

Chefs cook up American comfort cuisine, from burgers and sandwiches to steaks and seafood, at a casual eatery with a rooftop dining area

Up to 50% Off at Hopjacks Filling Station

Southeast Pensacola

$20 $11

(8)

Eclectic dishes like oven baked sandwiches and pizzas served alongside 33 drafts and hundreds of bottles, as well as large selection of wine

$10 for American Comfort Food at Crazy Horse Cafe

Pensacola

$20 $10

(31)

Homestyle dinners such as country fried steaks, lemon-pepper catfish, and fried chicken breast with sides such as mashed potatoes and slaw

$8 for Southern Cuisine at CJ’s Kitchen & Grille

South Pensacola

$16 $8

(62)

Fried fish-fingers, shrimp, and crab cakes pair with homemade tartar sauce and coleslaw; french toast is dusted with powdered sugar

Up to 48% Off Pizza and Sandwiches at Helen Back

Multiple Locations

$25 $13

Hand-tossed pizzas, hot subs, and bar food draw diners who stick around for live music and events such as Bike Night for motorcyclists

45% Off at Jen's Creoles Restaurant

Pensacola

$20 $11

(10)

Southern standbys such as blackened catfish, jambalaya, and corn maque choux at a restaurant specializing in creole food

Up to 40% Off American Comfort Food at Old Hag's Cafe

Fort Walton Beach

$25 $15

(100)

Chefs create traditional American comfort food recipes such as meatloaf, fish of the day, homemade macaroni and cheese, and chicken pot pie

Up to 53% Off Dinner and House Wine for Two or Four

Niceville-Valparaiso

$64 $32

(35)

Spicy tuna tartar mingles with avocado and mango-ponzu to begin meals of coffee-encrusted steak, seared pork chops, or shrimp and grits

43% Off Seafood, Steak, and Cocktails at Groovy Grouper Grill

Destin

$30 $17

(139)

Pan-seared grouper thermidor with seaweed rice, bone-in pork with mashed sweet potatoes, and fish and chips; handcrafted cocktails and wine

43% Off at Roberto's Italian Pizzeria

Miramar Beach

$30 $17

Italian dinner specialties in a restaurant filled with flat-screen TVs and endless game-day coverage

Half Off Seafood at Poppy's Seafood Factory

Miramar Beach

$50 $25

This casual, fine dining restaurant serves up blackened lobster, boiled seafood, steaks, and pasta

Half Off at Hammerhead's Bar & Grille

The Village of Baytowne Wharf

$30 $15

(8)

Buckets of boiled shellfish and platters of fried seafood pair with tropical cocktails on the bay with dockside dining

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Inspired by her upbringing in a proud, Italian-American household, the owner of Carmelinas On The Go applies long-standing family traditions to her food truck’s house-made cuisine. Like the odds of rain dissolving a toupee made of sugar cubes, the truck’s menu varies from day to day, though italian beef sandwiches, creamy potato salad, and street tacos are regular contributors. For dessert, the mobile eatery drizzles house-made bread pudding with amaretto sauce and assembles dessert nachos from crisp tortillas, chocolate syrup, and fruit compote.

4586 Chumuckla Highway
Pace,
FL
US

From the elegant and elephant-arted confines of their new Southaven restaurant, Bangkok Alley’s Thara and Dottie Burana keep the fresh fish swimming into their lunch and dinner dishes, where they morph into schools of sushi and Thai concoctions both creative and traditional. Starters such as the shrimp hompa—which envelops its shrimp with golden-fried panko and sweet-and-sour sauce ($6)—irrigate parched mouth-deserts to create an inviting climate for the seafood keow han, a mélange of shrimp, scallops, and the fish of the day served in green curry with basil sauce ($20). Otherwise, silence the howls of were-stomachs with heartier fare such as a grilled strip steak and panang sauce served with grilled asparagus and squash ($20), or a panang curry underscored with a coconut base and garnished with chopped Kaffir lime leaf (up to $14 with choice of protein).

28600 US Highway 98
Daphne,
AL
US

Daruma attracts hungry humans with authentic food, warm and lively ambience, and regular, live entertainment. Though Daruma's inventive chef waxes and wanes the menu every couple of lunar cycles, current favorites include teriyaki chicken ($11.95), and nabeyaki udon soup, a brothy noodle soup with shrimp and vegetable tempura ($11.95). Hibachi-style entrees (starting at $10.50 for dinner) sizzle into shape before diners' very eyes in an act that smelts culinary art with circus performance and a deep pore-steaming treatment. Chopstick champions can defeat an order of sushi as a starter or a side, such as the daphne roll, stuffed with crab meat, tuna, cream cheese, and tempura, and crowned with eel sauce, spicy mayo, and tempura crunch ($10.95). Call to reserve a table or to inquire about upcoming karaoke nights, scheduled music, or comedy performances.

27955 US Highway 98
Daphne,
AL
US

Named for its Lower Alabama locale, L.A. Subs serves a menu of traditional Southern fare and heaping sub sandwiches. The Hollywood club ($5.69–$7.39), the shop's top seller, piles up smoked turkey, honey ham, bacon, and provolone, and the large California Dreaming sub ($7.39) comes stuffed with turkey, lean bacon, mozzarella, and guacamole. After tasting the Fish Fry Snack ($4.99), with fried fish, fries, and hush puppies, or breakfast eats such as the fish and grits ($5.99) or the classic cheese omelet ($3.99), tone-deaf taste buds find themselves serenading incisors with John Fogerty lyrics. Stomachs with more specific cravings can opt for two shrimp poboys, presenting fried Gulf shrimp and homemade tartar or cocktail sauce on a toasted french roll.

29640 State Highway 181
Daphne,
AL
US

Armed with their cafeteria-style trays, seersucker-suited appetites can choose from The Sugar Kettle Café's selection of hearty meats, casserole-style sides, cold salads, and other delectable comforts of southern home cooking. The menu, like the slowest county-fair ferris wheel ever, rotates daily. Monday might find food-seekers shaking off postweekend blues with baked ham with grilled pineapple, sautéed squash, and a marinated cucumber-and-tomato salad, and Wednesday honors Odin the All Father with a midweek bounty of fried chicken, stewed okra, and shoepeg corn casserole. Prices are standardized to avoid confusion: choose from options such as meat with one side ($6.95), meat with three sides ($9.50), or meat with no sides, balled into a floating sphere. A dessert, such as peach cobbler or bread pudding in whiskey sauce, will fill you with an authentic southern sweetness, though it will also render you more delicious to hungry swamp things ($3.25) .

1015 Daphne Ave
Daphne,
AL
US

When her Winslow’s Café was struggling to stay open, Mama Rosie Garza pulled out all the stops to save it. She and her team spiced up the menu with seafood and a wealth of enchiladas, burritos, and Mexican cuisine. When Harry P. Johnson inherited the restaurant, he honored Mama Rosie's memory by reopening the eatery as Rosie's Grill and preserving her diverse menu, which The Year of Alabama Food claims "could please any picky eater." Its items include yellow- and green-squash-filled tacos and open-faced honey-maple turkey-breast sandwiches that The Year of Alabama Food named one of its "100 dishes to eat before you die" or while drinking from the well of eternal life.

These life-changing dishes are on display during lunches, dinners, and brunches, which can be eaten inside the dining room or in a cozy courtyard with a brick floor and fireplace. At Rosie's Record Bar next door, guests can follow up their meals with live music most Thursdays and Fridays.

1203 US Highway 98
Daphne,
AL
US