5216 Messer Airport Highway
Birmingham, AL 35212
Phone: (205) 591-7900
Fax: (205) 591-6004
5216 Messer Airport Highway, Birmingham, AL, US, 35212
- Phone: (205) 591-7900
- Fax: (205) 591-6004
Bottletree has good food, good music, good drinks, good ambiance and good service, making it a great place to unwind at the end of the week.
Located in the Forest Park area, Silvertron Cafe offers a wide variety of entrees in a casual atmosphere. The décor is tastefully simple and along the lines of a bistro. Take a peek at the numerous photos of historical Burmingham that adorn the walls. The eclectic menu offers American favorites, in addition to several Italian pasta dishes, and a few Tex-Mex entrees as well. The portions are large, and the service is great.
Located in the historic Forest Park, Little Savannah brings you good old Southern food with a new twist. This charming bistro is known for the innovative recipes. Diners can try fare like the Gulf Shrimp and Sweet Corn Chowder before supper or the very tasty Hickory Smoked Maple Leaf Duck Breast for a satisfying meal. End your meal with a wholesome dessert like the Chocolate Bread Pudding or a hot toddy. You can also accompany your meal with a glass of wine or a martini from their full bar. Little Savannah can also be reserved for private dinners and offers catering services.
Sarris offers excellent steak and seafood specialties with a slight Greek accent. Greek Broiled Snapper in a bag is a popular favorite. The salads served with the entrees are crisp and large. Save the big, fresh blueberry muffins that they serve as appetizers for breakfast the next day. Sarris is elegantly decorated, and many patrons wear sports coats and dresses in the evenings. However, more casual dress is acceptable. A second Sarris Restaurant is located at 1584 Montgomery Highway, Hoover, AL and can be reached at +1 (205) 823-9994.
This is the place you will find your traditional American breakfast. No American Breakfast is complete without pancakes. And this place serves the best of them. It started in 1958 in a small town in Los Angeles. Since then it has been serving delicious breakfast, lunch and dinner specials. The traditional still continues. Dishes like buttermilk pancakes,pigs in blanket still grace the menu. Amongst breakfast items popular ones include omelets, crepes and waffles. Apart from the regular meals various other delicacies are offered. Sandwiches, burgers, salads are other dishes on the menu. For dinner hot favorites are chicken roasted in herbs, pot roast and T- bone steak. Amongst old favorites is a Rooty Tooty Fresh' n Fruity. Also senior citizens are immensely taken care of. Smaller meals with lower rates are offered for them especially. Kids are also not left behind. They have a special kids menu designed for them. This makes it a complete family place to relax.
A traditional Chinese restaurant with uniformly high-quality dishes. The egg rolls are crisp, not soggy, and a good start with fresh hot and sour soup. General Tso's chicken is a favorite as well. A variety of chicken, pork, beef and vegetable options are available.
Located on Clairmont Avenue in Forest Park, Bogue's has been serving breakfast and lunch in the same location for several years. Breakfast at Bogue's is a very popular tradition in the Birmingham area, as the crowds will attest. The menu is based on traditional Southern breakfast cooking, featuring homemade biscuits in gravy, grits, pancakes, eggs and lots of pork. The food is cheap, quick, and satisfying.
Located on First Avenue North in downtown Irondale, Irondale Café, the original WhistleStop Café, has been serving traditional Southern food at the same location for years. The cafe is a traditional Southern restaurant where the customers order their food cafeteria-style, then carry the tray to a seat. The cafe became famous to the rest of the world when it was the setting for the book and film Fried Green Tomatoes. Though judging from its large and loyal clientele, it became famous in Irondale many years before that for its quality and consistency—and cornbread rolls!
Located in the Lakeview area near Forest Lake, Rocky's Pizza offers a wide array of Italian and American favorites for delivery or take-away only. They will deliver to most hotels and to any Southside and Downtown locations. Rocky's is a contender for the best pizza in town. Take a moment to appreciate the names of the dishes on the menu; many are named after celebrities—for example, Don King Buffalo Wings.
Located in the Lakeview area near Forest Lake, O.T.'s Neighborhood Sports Grill offers an extensive array of American favorites in a relaxed atmosphere. The numerous televisions mounted to the walls are always tuned in to the latest sporting event. The menu features appetizers in addition to sandwiches, steaks, pork chops and baby back ribs. If you've got the appetite, try one of their homemade desserts.
Located at the Crestline Center in Mountain Brook, La Paz offers an elegant version of Mexican cuisine in a casual atmosphere. The pastel-colored stucco walls are decorated with Mexican folk art, and the menu features many traditional Mexican dishes prepared in fresh and creative ways. The service is excellent, and there is an extensive wine and tequila list.
Try this small bistro for a romantic evening, business meeting or casual lunch. House specialties include homemade pastas, seafood and gourmet pizzas. There is always a long list of daily specials and a wine list. Start with fresh focaccia drizzled with olive oil and fresh basil. Don't pass up the rotini with onions, sausage and fennel. Tables fill quickly on weekend nights, so reservations are recommended. The original artwork on display is for sale.