This funky hot-dog dive has been a Montgomery institution since 1917 and was a favorite drinking den of Hank Williams.
It's an Alabama chain and the ribs, chopped-pork sandwich and traditional banana pudding are all solid. It's the culinary cradle of the Alley, the focal point of Montgomery's downtown makeover.
This oversized downtown cafeteria serves up God-fearing Southern home cooking at recession-friendly prices according to the meat/veggie combo of your choice. Don't skip the grits casserole.
The gourmand's choice, this stunner has an airy interior with a reclaimed-wood bar. The booths are sumptuous and these guys were doing farm to table before it was 'A Thing'; The menu specializes in wood-fired fish, …