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MISSOURI WALTZ
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Dining in Mobile, Alabama
I am going to be in Mobile for a few days and wondering where are the best places to eat. Breakfast? Seafood? Steaks? Attire can be worn out blue jeans or coat and tie. It does not matter to me as long as the food is good.


APT
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re: Dining in Mobile, Alabama
Wintzell's Oyster House, make sure to go to the original downtown.
Felix's Fish Camp on the Bridge.


cgrand
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re: Dining in Mobile, Alabama
noble south downtown


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blueridgeTiger
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re: Dining in Mobile, Alabama
Wintzell's downtown as suggested above is one of my favorites. Also the Original Oyster House on the Causeway is another good seafood restaurant.


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thadcastle
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re: Dining in Mobile, Alabama
For steaks Ruth's Chris.

Dew Drop and Callaghans are both good.

Felix's is my favorite seafood spot.


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footballdude
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re: Dining in Mobile, Alabama
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Felix's Fish Camp on the Bridge.


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Gris Gris
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re: Dining in Mobile, Alabama
Friends of mine love the Hummingbird. They eat there at least once a week.

Is the Bicycle Club still there for Mexican? It’s great.


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Is the Bicycle Club still there for Mexican?


They're closed right now. Have a sign posted that they won't reopen until a certain percent of the population gets the covid vaccine.


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South Alabama Fan
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re: Dining in Mobile, Alabama
For breakfast, Bob’s Downtown Diner is good. It’s kind of your typical greasy spoon. For something perhaps less greasy spoonish, you can try Spot of Tea. Ed’s Seafood Shed on the Causeway recently started a breakfast, but I haven’t tried it.
Dick Russell’s BBQ in Tillman’s Corner has a good country breakfast and also a nice hamburger.


Jimmy2shoes
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re: Dining in Mobile, Alabama
Steak n Shake


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moontigr
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re: Dining in Mobile, Alabama
Dauphin’s


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NYCAuburn
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re: Dining in Mobile, Alabama
Noble south. Ask them for the Harry Potter special....

ETA, Ask the above question to Dan the owner.
This post was edited on 6/11 at 9:26 am


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AUCE05
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re: Dining in Mobile, Alabama
Dumbwaiter for a nice steak. I also like their lamb. Get the Brussel sprouts for an appetizers.

Dauphin's has the best views on the coast. Food is good, too. Get there right before sundown to watch the sunset.

Seafood, head to the causeway and eat at the orginal oyster house or R&R seafood

Breakfast is Bob's downtown restaurant. It is the best. If you want just a coffee and pastry, then Serda's Coffee.

I am in Mobile every month, and these are the ones I go to the most. Wintzells is another when oyster season is in.


Coater
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re: Dining in Mobile, Alabama
Noble south
Southern national
Noja

Cocktails at post
Beers at Loda


dlvlsu5
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baldwin county al
Member since Jan 2021
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re: Dining in Mobile, Alabama
Felix's is not on a bridge??
Worst service and sea food on causeway!!
Live 25 minutes away from mobile for almost 60 years makes me wonder what the world is coming to when an idiot gives advice on food and doesn't even know where he ate was on dry land!! People are clueless as SH_T nowadays!


LSUballs
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re: Dining in Mobile, Alabama
Settle down gramps. Pretty sure he didn’t mean the restaurant was literally on a bridge. Kind of like when a restaurant is “on the water” it doesn’t imply that it’s actually floating.


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LSUballs
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Palmetto08
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re: Dining in Mobile, Alabama
Breakfast - Bob's Downtown
Sunday Brunch - Five (make reservations)
Seafood - Original Oyster House (get the whole fried flounder)
Steaks - NOJA
All around good dinner - Noble South

Great Sushi - Chuck's Fish - request to eat upstairs

Old Majestic Brewery and Braided River - on same street. OMB has a better atmosphere. BR has better beer






Gris Gris
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re: Dining in Mobile, Alabama
Someone woke up on the wrong side of the bed this morning! Goodness!


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Costanza
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re: Dining in Mobile, Alabama
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dlvlsu5


I remember your crazy arse from TulaneLSU's review of Malbis. Got all bent out of shape over tomatoes.


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