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  • Alabama Adventure Theme Park
    With rides and attractions intended for everyone from young children to thrill-seeking adults, Alabama Splash Adventure provides entire families with a way to escape the heat. All it takes is a quick trip down one of the slides or a dip in one of the pools to help guests cool off. The park hosts a couple of dry rides, too, and a copious supply of complimentary sunscreen helps ensure that nobody's visit is ruined by a sunburn, whether they're in the water or out. Get Your Pulse Racing Acapulco Drop: Gravity sends visitors on an adrenaline-spiking ride down a slide that starts nine stories above the ground. Neptune's Plunge: Sharp turns and twists take on a new thrill within the pitch-black confines of these four slides. Splashdown: A speedy descent sends guests flying into a fully enclosed, funnel-like tube, where they circle the opening in the center until dropping through into the splash pool. Cool Off Kahuna Waves: This wave pool's 800,000 gallons of water churn into 4-foot waves that roll gently toward the shore. Warrior River: A light current carries inner tubes along an endless loop complete with secluded caves and passenger-drenching surprises. Mist-ical Maze: 4,600 square feet of dead ends and misleading passages that get a bit trickier when unexpected showers of water drop from above. Castaway Island: Pumps, geysers, and cascades of water keep kids amused at this multi-level play structure. Stay Dry Wacky Worm Coaster: Feel the breeze on this roller coaster designed for the entire family to enjoy. The Vault: Who can duck and weave through this maze of roving lasers in the fastest time? Grab a Snack: Food choices across the grounds include everything from popcorn and ice cream to funnel cakes and third-pound sirloin burgers.
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    4599 Visionland Parkway
    Bessemer, AL US
  • W T's Restaurant and Lounge
    Enjoy a large array of finger food at W T's Restaurant and Lounge, a local pub. Mindful eaters are advised to count calories a different day, as W T's Restaurant and Lounge is without low-fat fare. Seating is readily available at W T's Restaurant and Lounge for those with large parties. No need to put on airs for a trip to W T's Restaurant and Lounge — the dress code and ambience at this restaurant are totally laid-back. Don't spend time searching for parking — diners are welcome to use the adjoining lot. Delicious food doesn't have to be expensive, as shown by the delicious fare coming out of W T's Restaurant and Lounge's kitchen.
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    820 9th St N
    Bessemer, AL US
  • Bjcc
    Stomp has thrilled audiences with mind-blowing percussive pieces for more than 20 years, touring 350 cities and 36 countries across the globe. Kinetic dance numbers incorporate ubiquitous everyday objects, using brooms, sheets of newspaper, and Zippo lighters to fashion intricate beats and sterling examples of what children should not do. The current tour revamps the classic show, phasing out old numbers and adding in exciting set pieces involving paint cans and tractor tires. The BJCC's capacious concert hall provides plenty of room for airborne harmonies to stretch their wings while orchestra- and tier-level seats provide enviable views of onstage numbers and chimpanzees capering in the catwalk.
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    2100 Richard Arrington Jr Blvd
    Birmingham, AL US
  • Stones Throw Bar and Grill
    Stone's Throw Bar & Grill serves contemporary American cuisine made with fresh and locally sourced ingredients. Daily menus reflect offerings from regional farmers, including the watercress salad, bursting with a harvest of avocados, corn, citrus supremes, goat cheese, and toasted cumin-lime vinaigrette ($7). A plate of fried green tomatoes ($8) works as a home-style opening act for the simple grilled fish, which is served on a bed of caramelized-onion-basil mashed potatoes ($23). Sides such as cheese grits and braised collards ($4 each) sing backup for the Meyer Ranch burger's ($9) protein-packed rock ballad. Splitting desserts of white-chocolate bread pudding ($6) and chocolate truffle tart ($7) prevents hurt feelings on the side of the delicious dessert menu.
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    3 Mt Laurel Ave
    Birmingham, AL US
  • The Humidor Room
    The Humidor Room surrounds smokers with a selection of distinguished stogies and a host of relaxation-inducing items, such as HDTVs, couches, and a fully stocked bar (Groupon not valid on alcohol). The Oliva Serie V Churchill ($8.69), Ashton Aged Maduro ($12.39), and Padron Serie 1926 No. 6 ($16.59), provide puffers a tasty alternative to smoking rolled-up issues of National Geographic, while a Xikar Crystal Clear Humidifier ($7.99) maintains smoking-torpedo moistness. Those in search of surprise may try their luck at snagging a number of mystery grab bags ($19.99).
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    5479 Highway 280
    Birmingham, AL US
  • The J. Clyde
    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.)
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    1312 Cobb Ln S
    Birmingham, AL US
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