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What Is Mobile’s Oldest Restaurant?

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The history of Mobile and its restaurants have historically been a complicated marriage. Although Mobile’s history dates back over 300 years, we don’t have a restaurant like Antoine’s in New Orleans that has survived a Civil War, multiple World Wars, depressions and recessions. Downtown Mobile has seen many restaurants come and go since restaurants became…

Mobile’s Connection to Jambalaya

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What is your first thought when you hear the word “jambalaya”? Some may think of Mother’s restaurant in the French Quarter of New Orleans and their world famous jambalaya. You may have been to Gonzalez, Louisana, the “Jambalaya Capital of the World” to experience the yearly Jambalaya Festival. Others might refer to the Hank Williams…

The Ultimate Guide to Summer Fun for Kids in Mobile!

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Little Foodies Food Tour Tours offered July 22nd – 26th 10:30 am – 1:00 pm Bienville Bites knows that children need entertaining during the summer months and created a tour just for the littles! The kiddos (ages 6 and up) in your life will love this outing! The experience designed just for them includes a…

New Restaurant Coming to the Former Buck’s Pizza in Downtown Mobile

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On April 27, Buck’s Pizza located at 350 Dauphin Street in Downtown Mobile announced their closing on Facebook with a Looney Tunes style photo of “That’s All Folks.” Later this summer, oyster shuckers will soon fill the windows of that building across from the Cathedral of the Immaculate Conception. Richie Gambino of Pizzeria Delphina fame…

Erica Barrett, Mobile native from Shark Tank fame to open restaurant in Downtown Mobile

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Mobile native, CEO and entrepreneur of Southern Culture Foods, Erica Barrett will open a restaurant coming the fall of 2019 in Downtown Mobile. Southern Culture Kitchen and Oyster Bar will be located in the former Saisho restaurant at 455 Dauphin Street in Downtown Mobile. Erica Barrett started Southern Culture Foods back in 2012 as new…

Coming Soon in 2020: 13 New Places to Eat and Drink in Mobile

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1. MoBay Beignet Co. Beignets are coming to downtown Mobile in early 2020! Located at the corner of Dauphin and Hamilton beside SOCU, MoBay Beignets will also be serving Cafe Au Lait and fresh brewed coffee alongside their delicious white powered beignets. Buttercream, cinnamon and a seasonal syrup is also optional. We can’t wait to…

The 8 Best Company and Team Buildings Events in Mobile, Alabama

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Do you want to build a better company? Showing appreciation to your employees is incredibly important to building morale and loyalty with your team. It is also a great chance for your team to network and get to know each other outside of their work environment. We want to help you make it easy to…