Deals in Tuscaloosa

Group Fitness Classes or Personal Training Sessions at The Warehouse Performance Institute (Up to 67% Off)

The Warehouse Performance Institute

Bessemer

Work one-on-one with personal trainers to customize a workout program—with option for a specific sport—or enroll in group fitness classes

$120 $55

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$29 for Month of Unlimited Classes and Gym Access Plus Personal Training at Helena Health Club ($99.95 Value)

Helena Health Club

Helena

Blast calories in cardio kickboxing or spin classes or work out on your own in the brand-new fitness facility; exercise with a trainer, too

$99.95 $29

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One or Two Months of Unlimited CrossFit Classes at Crossfit Xfinity (Up to 70% Off)

Crossfit Xfinity

Helena

Clients sweat through the functional-fitness exercises of CrossFit, led by experienced trainers in a supportive group environment

$125 $39

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$45 for One Month of Unlimited CrossFit Classes at Crossfit Sky Soldiers ($125 Value)

Crossfit Sky Soldiers

Alabaster

Students build strength and stamina as they work toward individual fitness goals in scalable CrossFit classes

$125 $45

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$21 for 21 Days of FitRanX Boot-Camp Classes for Kids at Shaping U Personal Fitness ($97 Value)

Shaping U Personal Fitness

Pelham

Boot-camp classes for students aged 7–15, which use international ranking system, incorporate body-weight exercises and machines

$97 $21

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One, Two, or Three Private Baseball Lessons at The Gonzo Squad Baseball & Agility Training (Up to 60% Off)

The Gonzo Squad Baseball & Agility Training

Pelham

Expert coaches help baseball players of all ages improve essential skills such as hitting, catching, and pitching the ball

$59 $29

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A bright red neon sign effuses a cheerful glow onto Kozy's simple white cottage building, never betraying a hint of the elegant gourmet feasts to be found inside. Lauded as a "hidden gem" by the editors of VisitSouth.com, Kozy's embodies founder Sylvere Coussement's dream of mingling Southern culinary curiosity with a speakeasy's old-fashioned charm. Upon arrival, guests are greeted by a scene described by _Southern Living as "unique ambiance with an old-Hollywood theme". As house musician Henderson Huggins's live piano jazz mingles with the sound of the courtyard's antique cherub fountain burbling into the koi pond, waiter clad in smart black tie garb bear plates full of seasonal, French-influenced meals. Plates might hold Gulf shrimp and grits, center-cut filet mignon, Andouille-crusted pork, and stuffed mushrooms declared one of the "100 Dishes to Eat in Alabama Before You Die" by the Auburn and Opelika Tourism Bureau. This dedication to inventive quality extends to the bar, which houses bottles of the restaurant's extensive wine list as well as precision mixologists ready to turn out impeccable cocktails. On warm nights or sunny days, guests sip these drinks on the fenced-in garden patio, surrounded by fragrant flowers and leafy trees.

In addition to serving memorable meals, Kozy's crack team of caterers and event professionals also lends the restaurant's signature flavors to both off-site events and fetes thrown in their private party room or courtyard. Though Kozy's has no de facto dress code, most of the clientele complements the classy surroundings and haute cuisine meals with attire that ranges from business casual to Monopoly man.

3510 Loop Rd
Tuscaloosa,
AL
US

The lore surrounding Archibald & Woodrow's Barbeque is almost as thick and delicious as its eponymous sauce. After opening in 1962, Archibald & Woodrow’s Barbeque was just a mom-and-pop joint run by George and Betty Archibald. Legend even has it that in the early days famed football coach Bear Bryant frequented the eatery, no doubt leaving with the occasional hot wing tucked under his iconic houndstooth hat. Though they started small, half a century and three generations worth of experience have seen the Archibald family spread their recipes far and wide, gaining acclaim from The New York Times, Good Morning America, and Southern Living Magazine.

George's and Betty's successors still use the same hickory wood to add a smoky richness to their meat and sauce. This imparts crispiness to outer layers of rib slabs while leaving pulled pork moist and tender, like a beaux professing his love and shuffling to remain dramatically under the oscillating sprinkler. The staff serves their primary fare with bread and a choice of two sides—fried green tomatoes offer a tangy counterpoint to fried catfish, and slaw adds a creamy balance to the spicy flavors of half-chickens and hot wings.

4215 Greensboro Ave
Tuscaloosa,
AL
US

Armed with just a single, generations-old cookie recipe, Great American Cookies opened its first store in 1977, and the rest is history. Today, the franchise boasts locations in malls across the country and nabbed a coveted spot on Entrepreneur magazine’s 2012 list of Top 500 Franchises in the baked-goods category. The shop’s reputation grew, and so did its menu as chefs churned out a mouthwatering roster of gourmet-cookie recipes, each created and carefully tested in Atlanta. The tempting options now include snickerdoodle, peanut butter with M&M’s, and chewy pecan supreme, as well as freshly baked fudge and cheesecake brownies and cookie sandwiches stuffed with frosting. The real showstoppers, however, are the giant chocolate-chip cookie cakes, which can be customized with sweet, celebratory messages or shopping lists penned in colorful icing.

2000 Riverchase Galleria
Birmingham,
AL
US

When Steve was 17 years old, his dad gave him his first camera—a Pentax K1000—along with the only formal instruction he ever received: "Leave this dial on 60 and just move this ring until the light meter needle is in the middle." Steve heeded this snippet of advice as he sharpened his skills through trial and error, learning how to turn his "non-working efforts" into photographs worthy of the future's finest history books. His first paying gig came along in the form of a friend's sister's wedding, which earned him a total profit of $6. Since then, Steve has photographed more than 400 weddings, built an extensive portfolio, and amassed an impressive collection of stolen souls.

1351 Mcfarland Blvd
Tuscaloosa,
AL
US

For years Sara Zuboff worked as a physical therapist, helping people recover from sickness and injury. Drawn to yoga for its ability to heal her patients physically and mentally, she eventually decided to create Peace in Practice to give . Now ensconced in an elegant new location, she's moved beyond just yoga, with services that span the spectrum of reenergizing relaxation. Facials and massage melt away muscle-bound tension with gliding strokes while reiki sessions imbue healing power into bodies' energy meridians. Lifestyle coaching helps patrons keep their poise in the outside world, with sessions that help participants learn to manage their stress and androids learn what to do once they figure out how to simulate stress.

2221 University Boulevard
Tuscaloosa,
Alabama
US

At each Tropical Smoothie Cafe location, healthy choices abound with drinks consisting of fresh fruit and snacks loaded with veggies and premium meats and cheeses. The caf??s colorful repertoire of smoothies runs the gamut from creamy, dessert-based indulgent creations to light and refreshing low-fat fruit options or frosty drinks boosted with supplements. Strawberries, bananas, and peaches mingle with exotic a?a? and goji berries to form mouthwatering concoctions designed to deliver health-boosting antioxidants, essential nutrients and laser-vision-inducing vitamins. Drinks pair with ciabatta and griddled flatbread during breakfast and lunch, as well as with made-to-order salads and a host of wraps and sandwiches.

1800 Mcfarland Blvd
Tuscaloosa,
AL
US