The Boot at Brook Highland

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Fast-casual American cuisine such as char-grilled sandwiches in pub warmed by pecan-wood fire

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Promotional value expires Nov 28, 2012. Amount paid never expires. Limit 1 per person. Not valid for the purchase of alcohol. Dine-in only. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.

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$15 for $30 Worth of Casual American Food for Lunch or Dinner

Chefs whip up stacks of fried green tomatoes ($5), serve BBQ shrimp over cheese grits ($13), and sandwich grilled mahi mahi in a yeast roll ($13). See the full menu.

The Boot at Preserve Village

"This Boot was a lone house of public entertainment," Charles Dickens wrote in his novel Barnaby Rudge, with "several people drinking there, and a great merriment going on." The Boot at Preserve Village works to channel this homey vibe into its spacious dining room, where a pecan-wood fire burns inside a brick hearth. Made with organic chicken, beef, and veggies, their fast-casual American menu includes salads topped with homemade dressings, slow-cooked beef-brisket sandwiches, char-grilled smoky pimento burgers, and homemade brownies. Guests can wash down each flavorful bite with cocktails, wine, or craft beers from local Alabama and southeastern breweries such as Back Forty Beer Company and Terrapin Brewing Company.

The Boot at Preserve Village

"This Boot was a lone house of public entertainment," Charles Dickens wrote in his novel Barnaby Rudge, with "several people drinking there, and a great merriment going on." The Boot at Preserve Village works to channel this homey vibe into its spacious dining room, where a pecan-wood fire burns inside a brick hearth. Made with organic chicken, beef, and veggies, its fast-casual American menu includes salads topped with homemade dressings, slow-cooked beef-brisket sandwiches, char-grilled smoky pimento burgers, and homemade brownies. Guests can wash down each flavorful bite with cocktails, wine, or craft beers from local Alabama and southeastern breweries such as Back Forty Beer Company and Terrapin Brewing Company. Its attention to detail and delicious food's paid off: it won the 2013 Best of Birmingham - Best New Restaurant award.

Customer Reviews

Good food great staff.
Michele W. · January 27, 2013
Would love to come and listen to live music while enjoying a meal and good drink by the fire
Debra S. · January 18, 2013
Love the groupings! Will definitely b back!
Aimee R. · January 9, 2013

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