When it comes to restaurants, Alabama has quite the variety. While many towns are filled with different types of restaurants, there’s one street in Alabama that has every type of restaurant you can possibly imagine. This street is Dauphin Street, which is located in Downtown Mobile.
Listed below are eight popular places on Dauphin Street where you can grab a bite to eat.
1. Mama's on Dauphin
Mama's on Dauphin is a popular restaurant for Southern comfort food. It serves a variety of Southern classics such as fried chicken, smothered pork chops and banana pudding. (220 Dauphin St)
2. The Noble South
The Noble South also offers a menu filled with delicious Southern cuisine. A few customer favorites include shrimp and grits, deviled eggs and buttermilk pie. (203 Dauphin St)
3. T.P. Crockmier's
For a mouthwatering burger, you'll want to head on over to T.P. Crockmier's. In addition to burgers, this historic restaurant also serves seafood, steaks, salads and much, much more. (250 Dauphin St)
4. Wintzell's Oyster House
For more than 75 years, Wintzell's Oyster House has been serving a variety of delicious seafood dishes on Alabama's beautiful Gulf Coast. Oysters is of course this restaurant's specialty. However, many other types of seafood are served here, including shrimp, fish, crab cakes and crab claws. (605 Dauphin St)
5. Dumbwaiter Restaurant
The Dumbwaiter Restaurant is a popular upscale eatery that offers incredible food, a charming atmosphere and impeccable service. A few of its specialties include Tensaw Tournedos, Paneed Crab Cakes and Chef Chris' Shrimp & Grits. (167 Dauphin St)
6. Mediterranean Sandwich Co.
Mediterranean Sandwich Co. offers a great selection of flatbread sandwiches, wraps, salads, orzo pastas, homemade soups and more. Everything is prepared fresh using only the finest ingredients. (274 Dauphin St)
7. Pizzeria Delphina
Pizzeria Delphina specializes in traditional New York-style Italian cuisine. A few of its most popular menu items include hearth-baked pizza, calzones, Stromboli and a variety of pastas. (107 Dauphin St)
8. Three Georges Candy Shop
For something sweet, be sure to stop by Three Georges Candy Shop. This historic candy shop offers many different types of homemade candies, including pecan pralines, heavenly hash, peanut brittle and more. (226 Dauphin St)