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Birmingham -- Bad meal at "G"

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by Andrew in Alabama 16 years ago

I had high hopes for this north-side Birmingham place. The owner is a successful caterer in the Birmingham area and the menu is ambitious. Too ambitious, as it turns out. We (a party of four)...

A New Yorker seeks Birmingham BBQ

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by higgins 17 years ago

Gotta be in Birmingham for a couple of days for a wedding, so I'm searching for a BBQ fix. It's pretty bleak up here in NYC BBQ-wise. I've heard of Johnny Rays and Myra's but don't know anything ab...

Johnny Rays BBQ in Birmingham

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by Craig 17 years ago

The "Johnny Ray's BBQ" in Birmingham has been taken over by new Johnny's. John Simmonetti Sr. and Jr. have gradually purchased each of the Johnny Rays in the Birmingham area. They have done a trem...

good food in Birmingham

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by sandy 17 years ago

Does anyone know of any great resturants in the birmingham alabama area

Looking for interesting/ethnic in Birmingham

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by GeorgeK 17 years ago

I'll be spending a week in the Birmingham, AL area in about two weeks. Most of the traffic on this board about that area seems to concern "fine dining", i.e. Highland, Bottega, etc. While I have ...

Birmingham/Tuscaloosa............

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by Jon R 18 years ago

Coming to Bama for the UCLA-Alabama game and will be staying in Bham. Know about Dreamland in T-town. Any other good dining recommendations in either town. We like casual (no suits and ties packed ...

Food on the Robert Trent Jones Golf Trail... Birmingham, Huntsville, Gadsden/Anniston

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by Eric Hochstein 18 years ago

We're heading to the Robert Trent Jones Trail for a 4 day golf trip, but I'd like to do better than Applebees' and Bennigans for dinners. We start in Huntsville, go to Birmingham, and then to Gadsd...

Birmingham Al recommendations????

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by J. Sprung 19 years ago

We will be spending a week in Birmingham and would appreciate recommendations for any good high end restaurants. thanks

best Birmingham BBQ?

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by Carolyn 19 years ago

On our way through Birmingham AL next month we'll be stopping to eat, preferably BBQ. Which is better: Dreamland or Bob Sykes? Or some other place I need to know about? I'd appreciate your opinion...

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