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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…

What Is Mobile’s Oldest Restaurant?

Chris Andrews | April 13, 2020 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…

Mobile’s Connection to Jambalaya

Chris Andrews | March 20, 2020 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…