Sample different varieties of coffee or simply meet up with your friends at the Satori Coffeehouse. This friendly coffeehouse offers you a relaxed atmosphere where you can have endless rounds of your favorite coffee. The free wireless internet access makes it even better for students or people who can work while hanging around here. With coffee, guests can savor tempting treats like Breakfast Burrito, Roast Beef Croissant, hand made wrap varieties or grilled sandwiches. If caffeine is not on your mind and you are above 21 years of age, Satori boasts of an excellent drinks menu that includes beers and wines. That's not it, this local cafe also promotes local art and artists, thereby it hosts live music concerts, poetry reading sessions and similar other events on a regular basis. Call for more details.
Gabriel's Downtown is one of Alabama's oldest watering holes that finds its origins in 1992. Located in the heart of downtown Mobile, its proximity to businesses and city landmarks make it a popular after-work destination. This alternative bar welcomes the neighborhood's gay community and has been voted as being unrivaled in that category. Open until 2a, enjoy an impressive selection of libations to complement a game of pool and let your hair down on the dance-floor to the DJ's eclectic playlist. Occasional karaoke nights host talented patrons that keep the crowd entertained. Frames dotting exposed-brick walls and a confined seating arrangement make for a cozy setting. The relaxed vibe extends onto the lovely outdoor patio.
In 1895 Thaddeus P. Crockmier manifested his dream of opening a unique dining establishment in Atlanta. The institution eventually made its way to downtown Mobile complete with its award-winning menu and top-rated brunch. Timeless American favorites on offer include burgers, sandwiches like the Club Croissant and Monte Cristo, and delicious salads and appetizers. Start off with Stuffed Jalapenos or Steak Fries, and move on to seafood or oyster platters freshly-fished out of the Gulf coast. Savor a rib-eye steak with impressive brews and spirits, and don't forget to end your meal with a Bailey's Brownie or Key Lime Pie.
LoDa is downtown Mobile's German reference point. This bar prides itself on an unrivaled selection of beer that is represented by domestic and international labels. Make a choice from 75 beers on tap and over 100 bottled varieties to complement delicious regional and German classics. Watch organic pretzels being freshly baked from your seat overlooking the kitchen. Or head outside and enjoy your brew with buffalo wings, fried pickles, beer cheese soup, burgers and authentic wurst specialties. LoDa hosts occasional live music with screens that showcase sporting action. Shoot some pool or play a game of pinball in an ambiance that is reminiscent of a quintessential brauerei in Munich.
Heroes has been a popular gathering spot for downtown Mobilians on game nights, where the vibe is like no other. Opened in 1998, this place advocates the winning combination of food, sports and fun. Their longstanding commitment to customer satisfaction results in friendly service and unrivaled hospitality. Share a platter of fried mushrooms, hot wings and mozzarella sticks while watching live sports action in high definition. Enjoy your experience with some of the best domestic and international beers and microbrews, or a selection from classic cocktails or wine. The menu includes timeless American favorites like burgers and sandwiches, as well as Mexican staples like nachos and quesadillas.
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.
Despite the rather strange name, this gem of a bar manages to attract people by the droves every evening. On offer is an exceptional selection of beers on tap along with house-made margaritas. The bar is also home to Dauphin Street Taqueria, a fantastic Mexican restaurant with its own loyal clientele. The large patio has great live music every night.
The construction of Alchemy Tavern can be traced back to 1853 and was originally the home of Nicola Marschall, a notable supporter of the Confederate movement during the American Civil War. Today, this building doubles up as a neighborhood gathering spot with a back-story to its credit. Patrons enjoy an unrivaled selection of libations, from premium whiskey and scotch to draft beer and creative cocktails. Engaging open mic nights, karaoke and live gigs promise outstanding entertainment and showcase emerging local talent. Nestled within stumbling distance of the iconic Saenger Theatre, this bar is your best bet for a pre-performance drink or a game of pool after.