Have you been spending too much time in your own kitchen lately? Have you been wanting to try that swanky new restaurant in your neighborhood? Have you been wondering why you still haven’t been to that one restaurant that everyone has raved about for years?
We know the feeling. When it comes to good food here in Alabama—even beyond our Gulf waters—it’s an embarrassment of riches.
In that sense, the rich are about to get richer—while you save big.
That’s right, folks, Birmingham Restaurant Week and Alabama Restaurant Week are back! From August 10-19, locally owned restaurants throughout the Magic City and beyond will be featuring special menus that offer great food at discount prices. Of course, you only have one week (well, 10 days, if you want to get technical) to cash in on the deals.
We love any excuse to celebrate local restaurants that serve local product—especially Alabama Gulf Seafood.
As per usual, there will be several restaurants serving our fresh product during these Restaurant Weeks. Here’s a list of participating restaurants who are known friends of Alabama Gulf Seafood.
Note: Since the event is still a week away, some restaurants are still in the process of signing up. We’ll update this list as we learn about new additions to the lineup.
5 Point Public House Oyster Bar (Birmingham)
Ariccia Trattoria (Auburn)
Bayes Southern Bar & Grill (Orange Beach)
Bistro 218 (Birmingham)
Bottega Café (Birmingham)
Cotton Row (Huntsville)
Gilbey’s Seafood & Steak (Orange Beach)
Grille 29 (Birmingham)
John’s City Diner (Birmingham)
King Neptune’s (Gulf Shores)
Lulu’s (Gulf Shores)
Michael’s Restaurant (Birmingham)
Original Oyster House (Gulf Shores)
Original Oyster House (Spanish Fort)
Voyager’s (Orange Beach)
Wintzell’s Oyster House (Fultondale)
Don’t see your restaurant on the list? If you serve Alabama Gulf Seafood and you’ll be participating in a local Restaurant Week, let us know!