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Much like the NCAA Basketball Tournament Selection Committee, we agonized over having to leave out some very worthy restaurants for which we simply did not have room. We hope you'll use our 50 Essential Birmingham Restaurants guide, and continue coming back to it, as you eat your way around the ' Ham.
Birmingham Magazine Al's Deli and Grill A go-to spot for nearby UAB students, Al's Deli and Grill is a 24-hours-a-day/365-days-a year Mediterranean-inspired diner with a menu that rocks around the clock, including kabobs, gyros, burgers and omelets. South, Birmingham Phone: 205-939-4278Website: Moore/[email protected] on 2nd This happening Asian fusion and sushi restaurant from Birmingham restaurateurs Bernie Smith and Sam Fallaw of Tavern on the Summit fame showcases the culinary skills of self-taught sushi chef Abhi Sainju, who came to Birmingham from his native Nepal 20 years ago.
In addition to your traditional rise-and-shine favorites such as bacon, eggs, grits and biscuits, we suggest the barbecue omelet, which we like to think of as the best of both worlds -- barbecue for breakfast. South, Homewood Phone: 205-871-1581Website: courtesy of Dreamland Bar-B-Que Dreamland Bar-B-Que Yes, we know Dreamland Bar-B-Que started in Tuscaloosa, where John "Big Daddy" Bishop opened the original Dreamland Café (as it was then known) in 1958.
Favorites include braised beef brisket on flatbread, pulled pork shoulder on buttermilk cornbread and roasted free-range chicken on focaccia.
For the most part, the restaurants, cafes, diners and bistros you’ll find on our list are those what have been around for a very long while and have distinguished themselves through the decades by serving great food and providing quality service.