When in Mobile, be sure to visit Cotton State BBQ for some of the best Southern food around. The dishes are simple, yet loaded with flavor - with traditional classics such as brisket, various kinds of barbecue and nachos as well as fries, you can't go wrong with a lunch at this restaurant.
Rochelle's Cafe & Deli is a long-standing family favorite in Mobile, offering a tasty selection of local cuisine and the ever-famous steerburger. Still located int he humble building that was once Mack's Bar-B-Q, Rochelle's continues to serve up po' boys, burgers, lunch plates and seafood-centric entrees.
Serda's Coffee Co. has risen from humble origins to become Mobile's best coffee shop. Founder John Serda originally founded Quetzal Coffee Co. in Costa Rica, but after orders from the United States began piling up, he moved back to his hometown of Mobile. Since then Serda's has exploded onto the scene, with locals flocking to the cafe to pick up lovingly curated coffee grown on micro-plots in Central America. Serda's is fanatic about the quality of their coffee and, if pressed, will discuss the pedigree of each roast on offer. The food here is just as exceptional, matching quality ingredients such as Boar's Head meats with fresh breads and local produce. Stop in to Serda's and see exactly why Mobile residents are raving about this new location.
Mary's Southern Cooking is open seven days a week, which means you can have authentic southern food whenever you'd like! The chicken is perfectly seasoned and you can get it with your choice of sides: collard greens, mashed potatoes, potato salad, macaroni and cheese, and more. Plus, you can enjoy burgers, wings, salads, and finish it all off with a sweet potato pie.
The Chicken Salad Chick was established by Stacy Brown with her passion to find the perfect chicken salad. Located in the city of Mobile in Alabama, this restaurant strives to offer everything that a salad lover can relish and enjoy. After years of questing for the perfect recipe, this restaurant boasts of having 15 types of chicken salads to choose from that will suit any individual's taste. Also offering sandwiches and southern cuisine, this place is a delight to anybody who wishes to dine here.
Mostly Muffins is the perfect place to have a local and homemade breakfast. It has the most delicious muffins in the neighborhood, like the cheese and bacon as well as the cranberry - they are all moist and freshly baked. They also have bagels - the honey walnut cream spread on the bagel is simply delicious. They offer hot and cold beverages as well. The iced coffee is tasty and the latte very good. This is a little shop in Mobiles's downtown with big and delicious muffins.
Enjoy Southern classics at Bob's Downtown Restaurant. This casual eatery's prime location makes it a great spot to get lunch. Enjoy your favorite comfort food dishes, including meatloaf, fried seafood, and hot dogs. A Southern meal wouldn't be complete without the delectable sides. Choose from greens, cornbread, and more to round out your lunch.
Located off of Old Shell Road in the midtown area of Mobile, Butch Cassidy's Cafe is a well established, family friendly restaurant. Opened in 1993 by Roy Seewer, the restaurant pays homage to the classic 1969 Robert Redford and Paul Newman movie, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. This casual eatery offers reasonably priced dishes that run the gamut from burgers and fries to salads and nachos. Happy hour is from 3-7p with plenty of drink and appetizer specials.