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Saturday Lunch in Huntsville or Vicinity

TLF | Apr 2, 201009:01 AM     2

Any recs for a nice place for lunch between I-65 and I-24? Planning a Saturday road trip to the Unclaimed Baggage Center from Nashville, can go the I-65 route through Huntsville or I-24 via Signal Mtn. Not really interested in Mexican or Asian or BBQ or "home cookin'" ... I love all those things, but more interested in New Southern / bistro / cafe type place. I've looked through previous threads and some other sites, and love the menu at Cotton Row but they're not open for lunch on Saturdays. Also seen references to D & L Bistro and Mezza Luna -- both look good from the web sites. Any preferences between the two, or alternate recommendations? Looking for something not too far off that stretch between 65 and 24 through Scottsboro.

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D & L Bistro
7500 Memorial Pkwy SW Ste 124, Huntsville, AL 35802

Mezza Luna
2724 Carl T Jones Dr SE, Huntsville, AL 35802

Cotton Row Restaurant
100 Southside Sq, Huntsville, AL 35801

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