29450 N. Main Street
Daphne, AL 36526
Phone: (251) 626-1113
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Bars & Cafes
The Rosie’s Record Bar is a local watering hole which shares its space with the equally popular Rosie's Grill. This bar hosts a mix of entertaining events including live music concerts and some of the most renowned artists have performed here. Apart from shows, this record bar serves excellent variety of drinks and tasty treats. You can also hire this space for your private events and it can accommodate up to 40 guests. Call for details.
The four-diamond Renaissance Mobile Riverview Plaza Hotel is located in the downtown area of the city. The hotel's Fathoms Lounge is a popular choice for those looking forward to unwinding after a hard day of work. Relax on the patio by the fire as the professional mixologists stir up some innovative cocktails, allowing the cucumber gin martini be your first choice. The list of wines is extensive and features a few imported labels as well. The lounge serves small plates of yummy appetizers. You could also try other light eats like the cheesy turkey club wrap, or sweat it out with a portion of the fiery hot chicken wings!
Looking for a great place to unwind with a couple of friends in downtown Mobile, Alabama? Then The Royal Scam is just for you! The Royal Scam is also famous for its Tapas, which is a Spanish delicacy of eating a slice of cured ham or chorizo sausage that has been placed over the mouth of a glass of wine. Besides the seasonal menus that offer a wide range of mouth-watering treats, this place also provides you with some great cellar drinks, as well as some heady cocktails that can be brought right out to you by the friendly staff. And if you are looking for a caterer, or even a place to hold a private party, then the Royal Scam is just a reservation away. Check website for further details.
Mostly Muffins is the perfect place to have a local and homemade breakfast. It has the most delicious muffins in the neighborhood, like the cheese and bacon as well as the cranberry - they are all moist and freshly baked. They also have bagels - the honey walnut cream spread on the bagel is simply delicious. They offer hot and cold beverages as well. The iced coffee is tasty and the latte very good. This is a little shop in Mobiles's downtown with big and delicious muffins.
This café is a favorite with locals and a sure-shot winner when it comes to the cool quotient. A chilled out atmosphere, scrumptious hand-crafted thin crust pizzas, tasty sandwiches and tempting signature cocktails make this place a regular hang-out for locals and tourists. Extremely popular with Mardi Gras parade goers, the place has a very New Orleans decor and feel. Try the Sicilian style pizza or the Muffaletta.
Located in the Battle House Renaissance Hotel, the Royal Street Tavern is a charming piano bar. Featuring a live pianist and vocalist five nights a week, the Royal Street Tavern offers patrons the chance to interact and hear their favorite tunes while sipping on an expertly mixed cocktail. Find plenty of specialty cocktails on the menu like the creme brulee martini. They also have a small bar food menu that features local oysters, fried green tomatoes and other small bites. Whether your looking for a quality cocktail, a bite to eat or some live entertainment, the Royal Street Tavern will surely exceed your expectations.
This downtown nightclub and bar is great to visit anytime of week. Special events like bingo, DJ performances, drag shows, and more keep the party going, even after the weekend is done. Downstairs, you'll find a bar and lounge space for relaxing and conversing. Upstairs, the dance floor gets packed on weekends.
Gabriel's Downtown is one of Alabama's oldest watering holes that finds its origins in 1992. Located in the heart of downtown Mobile, its proximity to businesses and city landmarks make it a popular after-work destination. This alternative bar welcomes the neighborhood's gay community and has been voted as being unrivaled in that category. Open until 2a, enjoy an impressive selection of libations to complement a game of pool and let your hair down on the dance-floor to the DJ's eclectic playlist. Occasional karaoke nights host talented patrons that keep the crowd entertained. Frames dotting exposed-brick walls and a confined seating arrangement make for a cozy setting. The relaxed vibe extends onto the lovely outdoor patio.
Café 219 is a superb café in Mobile that offers a whimsical yet elegant setting. Primarily a sandwich place, the best part about it is its laid-back air that makes diners feel at home and always welcome. No wonder then, that it enjoys a steady patronage. The service in the restaurant is competent and the pricing is commercially viable. Red beans and rice, the chicken and sausage gumbo and BBQ chicken burger remain the hot favorites of many. The soups are in plenty and act as a great beginner to the dining experience.
The construction of Alchemy Tavern can be traced back to 1853 and was originally the home of Nicola Marschall, a notable supporter of the Confederate movement during the American Civil War. Today, this building doubles up as a neighborhood gathering spot with a back-story to its credit. Patrons enjoy an unrivaled selection of libations, from premium whiskey and scotch to draft beer and creative cocktails. Engaging open mic nights, karaoke and live gigs promise outstanding entertainment and showcase emerging local talent. Nestled within stumbling distance of the iconic Saenger Theatre, this bar is your best bet for a pre-performance drink or a game of pool after.
LoDa is downtown Mobile's German reference point. This bar prides itself on an unrivaled selection of beer that is represented by domestic and international labels. Make a choice from 75 beers on tap and over 100 bottled varieties to complement delicious regional and German classics. Watch organic pretzels being freshly baked from your seat overlooking the kitchen. Or head outside and enjoy your brew with buffalo wings, fried pickles, beer cheese soup, burgers and authentic wurst specialties. LoDa hosts occasional live music with screens that showcase sporting action. Shoot some pool or play a game of pinball in an ambiance that is reminiscent of a quintessential brauerei in Munich.
In 1895 Thaddeus P. Crockmier manifested his dream of opening a unique dining establishment in Atlanta. The institution eventually made its way to downtown Mobile complete with its award-winning menu and top-rated brunch. Timeless American favorites on offer include burgers, sandwiches like the Club Croissant and Monte Cristo, and delicious salads and appetizers. Start off with Stuffed Jalapenos or Steak Fries, and move on to seafood or oyster platters freshly-fished out of the Gulf coast. Savor a rib-eye steak with impressive brews and spirits, and don't forget to end your meal with a Bailey's Brownie or Key Lime Pie.