If there’s one unforgettable specialty in the south, it’s our food. And Albertville, AL, home to CDJR of Albertville, is no exception. Whether you’re a new transplant comparing RAM 1500 vs RAM 2500 en route to Huntsville attractions, or you were born and bred in Albertville, our staff prides itself on our community knowledge. That’s why we’ve taken the time to compile our five favorite restaurants in Albertville, AL. Check out our top picks, below!
Make a reservation at Albertville’s standby not-too-fancy-not-too-shabby restaurant, Rock House Eatery, and compare the family-owned dining room’s take on your favorites to those you already know – you won’t leave unsatisfied. Bo Duncan, a graduate of the lauded Le Cordon Bleu School of Culinary Arts, runs the place with his dad, and serves a wide range with his menu that features casual sandwiches like the Rockstar Roast Beef sub, to finer options like filet and ribeye steaks.
Those familiar with Bravo’s Top Chef know the pedigree behind host and judge Tom Colicchio – whose Craft restaurant in Atlanta bred Old Town Stock House’s chef and owner, Crystal McKone. Her menu features oysters, escargot, cowgirl ribeye, and burgers on Tuesday nights only, making the stop a good pick for more adventurous diners looking for something a little finer, and a little out of the ordinary.
The Albertville area isn’t too far from New Orleans, and we’re blessed with the influence it’s had here – at least on the food featured at Papa Dubi’s, where the po boys stand out. Fried oysters, shrimp, crawfish, smoked sausage, and crabcake are all available here for reasonable prices, along with etouffee, jambalaya, and gumbo. Fans of southern cooking shouldn’t look too much further, because this is the stop nearby that defines the art.
If you look hard, don’t mind staying in your car, and find yourself in town at the right time, you might just get the chance to try out Wilson’s Bar-B-Que, located in what looks like the room just past your grandma’s kitchen window off a county highway in town. Here, a website is non-existent (only a picture of the menu is available online), and the food is simple: ribs, pork, beef, and chicken, served with or without bread, at various weights. A pound of meat here goes for less than $10, more than enough to feed two in a car, so long as there are napkins to clean sauce off the steering wheel later!
Locals here rave about this delicious Mexican restaurant serving superior versions of the tacos and more that everyone loves. At El Sol King Pollo, chicken is grilled on the bone before it’s pulled off on a tortilla, and gulf shrimp -– the greatest in the world – fill the tacos. Stop by if you’re interested in a stop south of the border for dinner or lunch.
Those working at our dealership know more than just cars; they know their community, too. That’s the real reason we want you to stop by: We want to help you see all that the Albertville area has to offer. And what better way to see it than behind the wheel, driving one of our top-of-the-line vehicles? Contact us, and come by for more than just a test drive – we’re happy to talk food too!
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