Category - Foodie

SOCU Southern Kitchen & Oyster Bar

After finding herself wanting for a boxed waffle mix that met her high standards for breakfast, Erica Barrett launched a culinary brand from her hometown of Mobile,

Extraordinary dishes and delectable libations are the hallmarks of any memorable travel experience, and Mobile, Alabama, offers just that. Our wide variety of unique, locally owned establishments

Port City Proud | The Local Palate

Wednesday, July 21, 2021 11:00 AM by Jennifer Stewart Kornegay

With its 300-plus years of history on the western banks of Mobile Bay on Alabama’s Gulf Coast, Mobile has many tales to tell. Millions of azalea blooms festoon this port city each spring, ranging from

With a flourishing food scene, beautiful architecture, spectacular gardens, a festive atmosphere, historical sites and upbeat bars, Mobile has a lot going for it. It’s where history and culinary

1. P.S. Taco Co.

P.S. Taco Co. has announced their first location in Mobile at the corner of Cottage Hill and Schillinger Road. They have two other locations in Foley and Saraland. Their can’t miss

Dauphin’s Grand Reopening

Thursday, June 11, 2020 6:00 PM

Dauphin's Press Release Logo



Dauphin’s Fine Dining in Downtown Mobile, AL. announces its reopening

on Monday, June 15, 2020, with all new menus and

1. MoBay Beignet Co.

Beignets are coming to downtown Mobile in early 2020! Located at the corner of Dauphin and Hamilton beside SOCU, MoBay Beignets will also be serving Cafe Au Lait and fresh brewed

15 New Places to Eat and Drink in Mobile

Thursday, September 5, 2019 6:00 PM by Chris Andrews

Mobile welcomes Restaurants in Downtown Mobile, three new breweries, coffee shops and more coming in 2019!

1. Truman’s Diner

Truman’s Diner is projected to be open by early spring 2019. The building

OpenTable recently released its list of 100 Most Scenic Restaurants in the US, and Downtown Mobile's very own Dauphins made the list!


Look at this view! Hello, Port of Mobile!


And, that plate

For most of the summer, three questions have preoccupied dining denizens of downtown Mobile:

  • Why did Panini Pete’s close when it seemed to be doing fine?
  • What is this “Squid Ink” thing going to be?