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Located south of the city center, Callaghan's Irish Social Club is an idyllic old world respite from the modern bars that have sprung up across the town. Apart from its traditional bar ambiance, what brings the crowd in is its selection of delicious burgers and great beers and its Sunday brunch. On select nights the bar even hosts bands for entertaining live music.
Located just minutes from downtown Mobile, the Oakleigh House is a complex of three historic antebellum homes built in the 1850s. Preserved and maintained by the Historic Mobile Preservation Society, the property now serves as a city landmark and offers a unique insight into life during the antebellum era in the South. Each of the three homes represent a different aspect of life during that era, the Greek revival mansion serves as the museum and showcases the opulent lifestyle of society families. The Cook's House, built as slave quarters, accurately depicts the home's poor living conditions and the Cox-Deasy home depicts the life of a poor brick mason and his large family. Tours offered at the complex begin on the hour and feature guides dressed in historically accurate clothing.