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— Year of Alabama Food · Guide to Birmingham · created almost 3 years ago
Birmingham's food scene has caught the attention of the folks at The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Esquire and other media throughout the country. With an extensive offering of down-home favorites and upscale fine dining, Birmingham is one of the South’s ultimate culinary destinations.Read more...
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Hot and Hot Fish Club's tomato salad pairs locally grown, heirloom tomatoes with whole baby okra, bacon and other seasonal ingredients. True to the restaurant's intimate, fine dining form, this dish is presented as a beautiful (and delicious) work of art and is worth a stop all by itself.
Made famous by Fannie Flagg's novel and subsequent Academy Award-nominated film, fried green tomatoes at Irondale Cafe are an institution. The restaurant serves nearly 100 pounds of green tomatoes each day, fried and topped with housemade remoulade sauce.