These are crazy times we’re living in, folks. But even in the craziest of times, we still have to eat. Precautions for the impending spread of COVID-19 have many people working from home, or not working at all. But many of Alabama’s restaurants and other food servicers are remaining open to help us put meals on our tables—and it’s up to us to help these business owners continue to earn a living. Alabama bands together in times of crisis, and this has been no different. Thankfully, some good Samaritans have put together a list of Alabama restaurants that are taking curbside orders to-go to help us feed our families while maintaining social distancing. And we thought we’d share the love while also highlighting some friends of Alabama Gulf Seafood in particular. Here are 25 Alabama restaurants and other retailers we encourage you to visit while we wait for things get back to normal. Thanks for your support during these trying times, and keep washing your hands.
5 Point Public House Oyster Bar (Birmingham) Acre (Auburn) Ash (Birmingham) Automatic Seafood (Birmingham) Back Forty Beer Company (Birmingham) Baumhower’s Black Rock Bistro (Jasper) The Bright Star (Bessemer) Dyron’s Lowcountry (Birmingham) Evans Meats (Birmingham) The Fish Market (Birmingham) Hummingbird Way (Mobile) Lucy’s (Auburn) The Mariner Restaurant (Dauphin Island) Ocean (Birmingham) Odette (Florence) Simp McGhee’s (Decatur) Southwood Kitchen (Daphne) SpringHouse (Alexander City) Squid Ink (Mobile) Sunset Cork Room (Gulf Shores) Vino (Birmingham) Whole Foods