The holidays are coming up and you are apparently planning a long weekend away from a place like Dallas. There are heaps of options all around in the Deep South. Take the road that’s less travelled and find yourself in Anniston, Alabama. Tasty gems await every turn from Montgomery to the cities in Etowah and Dale counties. But the place really deserves a stop for adventurous palates.
This area operates just outside the mainstream, prominent gastronomy hype zone, especially when compared to the Korean, Creole or African food scenes in Jacksonville. Sarah Palin can dine elsewhere like Houston for all we care.
By the same token, cooks from outside Dixieland would furtively rank Anniston, Alabama as a bona fide culinary hub. Want American and BBQ for lunch? Or maybe bacon and pancakes are what you need for brunch.
Many of the primo ingredients come from astute family farms around Anniston, Alabama. These feeding spots range from unusual to unusually good-tasting.
We have curated a mix of classic bistros. And we then mixed in the new recognized places. This is the first complete tour of the bistros in Anniston, Alabama. Sample catfish and tomatoes and smile.
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600 S Quintard Ave
Anniston, AL 36201