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Top 10 Things To Do in Mobile – July 2021

Chris Andrews | July 1, 2021 There’s a lot of great events in July! Food, fireworks, festivals, and fishing highlight the fun things going on around town this month. 1. 4th of July Fireworks and Concert July 4 Cooper Riverside Park Celebrate our nations independence at Cooper Riverside Park. Fireworks start at 9pm. A…

10 Date Night Ideas Around Mobile Bay – Summer 2021

Chris Andrews | June 10, 2021 A lot of great events are going on this summer in and around the Mobile and Eastern Shore area. Here’s ten date night ideas for you and your significant other to get out and enjoy this summer. 1. Dauphin Island Sunday Sunset Did you know Dauphin Island is…

Top 10 Things To Do in Mobile – May 2021

Chris Andrews | May 1, 2021   1. Mardi Gras Parade May 21 Downtown Mobile Mardi Gras in May? It’s happening! Friday, May 21st members from dozens of Mardi Gras organizations will roll along a modified parade route with Moon Pies, beads, and all the great throws. This is all to celebrate the commissioning…

10 Must Eat Places in NoMo

by: Chris Andrews Just north of Mobile you’ll find great restaurants in cities like Prichard, Saraland, Satsuma, and Citronelle. Here’s a list of 10 must eat places and a few of their signature dishes located in NoMo! 1. Big Whites Wings Big Whites in Prichard was recently named  “Best Spot for Chicken Wings in…

Top 10 Things To Do in Mobile – April 2021

Chris Andrews | April 1, 2021 1. Historic Walking Tours Every Saturday in April 10am Free walking tours through Downtown Mobile are given every Saturday in April. Meeting location is the Visit Mobile Welcome Center. Local historians such as Eric Finley, Cart Blackwell, Devereaux Bemis, and Craig Roberts will explore the history…

15 Iconic Places to Eat in Mobile, AL

Chris Andrews | March 8,2021 Mobile has an abundance of great restaurants and many of those have stood the test of time. Despite changing food trends, world wars, culture wars, and pandemics these 15 places to eat have solidified their mark on Mobile’s food scene. (For this list, iconic is labeled as any restaurant or…

15 Ways to Celebrate Mardi Gras 2021

Laney Andrews | January 18,2021 ‘Tis the season for Moon Pies, King Cakes, beads, and all things Mardi Gras. Except, this year is a little different, most parades and balls have been canceled. This year is the fourth time in the history of Mardi Gras that parades haven’t rolled as usual. Believe it or…

All Things King Cake in Mobile, Alabama

Chris Andrews | January 26, 2021 King Cake is the official food symbol of Mardi Gras and there is no shortage of ways to enjoy King Cake in Mobile. From cupcakes, latte’s, ice cream to the traditional cream filled king cake. Gluten free options or maybe you’re on the King Cake Diet and need all…

Coming Soon in 2021: 12 New Places to Eat and Drink in Mobile

Chris Andrews | updated – May 4, 2021 1. P.S. Taco Co. P.S. Taco Co. has announced their first location in Mobile at the corner of Cottage Hill and Schillinger Road. They have two other locations in Foley and Saraland. Their can’t miss items include P.S. Taco Fries, Belly of the Beast tacos, and…

Bienville Bites Favorite Foods of 2020

With 2020 behind us, our team of expert foodies wanted to share our best food experiences from this past year in the Port City.   Laney – “My favorite meal this year was at FIVE. I’ve eaten at FIVE a bazillion times, but this was my favorite because it was my first post quarantine meal….

10 Must Have Dishes in Mobile, Alabama

by: Chris Andrews Mobile is a city full of iconic dishes. Our rich history of six flags have created an infusion of different cultures that have directly influenced our food scene. Whether you were born under an azalea bush or a first time visitor to our historic city, this is our list of the 10…

7 Ways to Serve Others this Holiday Season in Mobile

Photo courtesy of American Lunch This year has been especially difficult for our neighbors with food malnourishment. The pandemic and loss of jobs in our area have greatly increased the demand for food pantries. Volunteers are needed in large numbers to keep up with the demand and also to replace some of our elderly who…

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