Restaurants in Cullman

Up to 50% Off at Fulin's Asian Cuisine

Madison

$12 $6

Boneless duck, ginger lobster, spicy salmon rolls, and sizzling teriyaki steaks mingle on a menu of Japanese and Chinese dishes

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

Up to 50% Off Southern Cuisineat Club Forty7 Bar & Grill

Huntsville

$20 $11

Restaurant's nightclub offers drinks and live soul music, whereas its smoke- and alcohol-free lounge serves savory Southern cuisine

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

Half Off at Bryant's Seafood World

Hueytown

$20 $10

Peel-and-eat shrimp; all-you-can-eat crab claws; and fried, grilled, or blackened fillets of fresh fish

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

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 50% Off American Food at Tennessee State Park Restaurants

Multiple Locations

$20 $11

Dine on catfish, Southern cuisine, or a buffet while at one of eight state-park restaurants, each with a picturesque view

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Vittone’s slings dough by the disk and noodles by the nest to Decatur and Huntsville-area residents, serenading Alabamian taste buds with traditional Italian fare. Hone dairy origami skills with a gooey cheese calzone ($4.58) or exact ocular revenge on the moon with a lunar eye-hitting pizza pie, such as the Benzina, mounded with meaty pepperoni, italian sausage, bacon, ham, hamburger, and shredded cheeses ($8.03 for a small or $17.22 for a large). The eternally changing dessert menu silences the shrieks of banshee sweet teeth, and garlic breadsticks ($2.30) provide the perfect weaponry for pretend sword fights.

109 2nd Ave NE
Decatur,
AL
US

Café 113 offers superb American-style cuisine with a Greek flair in an elegant and relaxing Mediterranean atmosphere. We have something for every taste.

113 Grant St SE
Decatur,
AL
US

There’s no shortage of renowned oyster establishments in the South. But tripsmarter.com pegged Wintzell’s Oyster House as its No. 1 destination for the specialty.

“Fried, stewed, or nude”: the Oysters are served every way imaginable at Wintzell’s, where oysters are, unsurprisingly, the trademark dish. And they’ve been the trademark dish since the eatery’s flagship location opened in 1938. Regional seafood favorites also dominate the menu, from low-country boils to Cajun seafood fettuccine and bacon-wrapped shrimp.

Though the original location became something of a landmark in historic Mobile, the restaurant has since expanded to multiple locations perfect for catching oysters in the nude, served Rockefeller style, or wearing their favorite pajama pants. Still, each eatery retains the original’s decorative signature: several dozen whimsical signs on the walls. The website even features some of their slogans, including: “Never kick a man when he is down—he may get up.”

1208 Beltline Rd SW
Decatur,
AL
US

In 1890, the Cotaco Opera House hosted many of the country’s top, touring song-and-dance acts. Through the golden age of vaudeville and during its brief resurgence as a teen fad in 1978, the opera house reverberated with rollicking live performances.

Today, it's a riot of flavors that fills the brick building with guests. In 1996, Meg and Scott Curry adopted the historical venue with a mission to continue its spirit of creativity. The couple works together to dream up gala-worthy catered dinners and a lunch menu packed with fresh meat and produce. As head chef, Scott perfects the dishes, calling upon a lifetime of classic French culinary training and experience in kitchens throughout the United States, including Decatur Country Club and the Ritz Carlton Hotel. Meanwhile, Meg draws on her love of travel to inform globally inspired dishes such as a muffaletta sandwich with olive relish and spring-roll salad with ginger vinaigrette.

115 Johnston St SE
Decatur,
AL
US

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.

1603 Main St
Fultondale,
AL
US

Since Baskin-Robbins first began its dessert fashion show in 1953, more than 1,000 original flavors have sauntered across the nation's tongue runways, 31 at a time. With the ice creamery's iconic pink sampling spoons as your guide, taste-test as many as you like until you find the flavor that gives your soul a back rub, whether it's a classic flavor single scoop of rocky road ($2.49) or a downright aristocratic double scoop of Chocolate Mousse Royale ($3.99). Otherwise, keep it simple and bury your face in the flavor of the month—chocolate escape ice cream. The ice-alchemists at Baskin-Robbins can also transmute vanilla soft serve and fruit into drinkable desserts such as the mango, peach passion banana, or strawberry banana fruit blast smoothies ($4.49–$6.29) rocketing sweet flavors directly to the tongue's docking bay.

7830 Highway 72
Madison,
AL
US