To function properly, the human body requires a steady stream of nutrients, sunlight, and compliments from other species about its opposable thumbs. Use your bendable digits to provide yourself with nutrients with today’s Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of eclectic fare at FIG in Tuscaloosa.
FIG, an acronym for "Food Is Good," legitimizes its name by crafting a menu that's built out on a foundation of fresh, organic ingredients from fair-trade growers. Like an elastic tongue-band, FIG's varied collection of comestibles fits every taste—entice snowballing appetites with swiss-cheese-and-bacon dip, served hot and accompanied by toast rounds ($4.99). Handheld dining commences with the chicken-pesto panini sandwich, with Boar's Head chicken, pesto, mozzarella, and caramelized onions in the warm embrace of rosemary-olive bread ($7.99). The filet mignon mollycoddles tasters like a princess's poodle, featuring a grilled-to-order tenderloin with roasted baby potatoes and a roasted red pepper stuffed with goat cheese in a balsamic reduction ($15.99). Diners stand and applaud as the chocolate cobbler gracefully concludes the third act of their meals, topped with all natural vanilla ice cream and served in iambic pentameter ($5.66).
FIG's family-friendly atmosphere and extreme amounts of Southern hospitality set a welcoming backdrop for dinner parties of all sizes and ages, with the sole exception of lone babies.
- So Fig stand [sic] for the "food is great". Everything on the menu is wonderfully prepared. I was in love with all the desserts. It was so many to choose from that I didn't know what to do. – Peggy (2-Sharpless) D., Insider Pages
1351 McFarland Blvd.
Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35406Get Directions