1325 Old Walker Chapel Rd
Fultondale, AL 35068
Phone: (205) 259-2160
Fax: (205) 259-2170
Bars & Cafes
41st Street Pub & Aircraft Sales may have a funny name, but it is a great neighborhood bar offering all kinds of great features to its guests. The full bar features all your favorite classic cocktails (they make a killer Moscow Mule), brews and even gluten-free beer. They show Auburn and Alabama games, but otherwise they keep the TVs off. For entertainment, they encourage you to take advantage of their shuffleboard tables, board games and cozy seating areas perfect for lively conversations with friends. They don't serve food, but they allow you to bring in your own so you can have exactly what you want. As for the aircraft sales, there is a bulletin board where people can post their small aircrafts for sale.
The Avondale Brewing Company has made it a mission to combine the quirky and fascinating history of Avondale with the art of brewing craft beer. All of the beers are named after important locations or events in the history of the area, like the Battle Field IPA or the Spring Street Saison. The brewery offers tours several times a week which include some Avondale Brewing swag, and a beer or four tasters and a pint glass or taster glasses in addition to the actual tour itself. The brewery also hosts special events and live music from time to time.
Located downtown in the historic Tutwiler Hotel, Century Restaurant serves elegant and traditional Southern cuisine in a contemporary atmosphere. Try any number of the mouth-watering dishes; the Honey Brined Double Cut Pork Chop, Pan Roasted Gulf Coast Scallops, and Bone In Hereford Ribeye are all to die for. The desserts are famous--the Frozen Peppermint Chocolate Chip Mousse and the Harvest Pumpkin Cobbler will send you to space. Plus, the bar is a wonderful place to enjoy a Martini or a fine cognac.
The Bottletree is the brainchild of Brian Teasley and his co-partners. It is a hub for touring musicians who can relax in their eclectic green room done up with trinkets, posters and light fixtures. This cafe, bar and music venue will charm you with its warm hospitality, good veggie fare and great live performances. Some of their previous listings are Strand of Oaks, Mutual Benefit, Soft Cat, Tera Melos, John Hodgman, Kopecky Family Band and Bass Drum of Death.
Right in the center of Avondale lies this comfortable and popular neighborhood bar. The Parkside Cafe is especially well-known for its pleasant outdoor patio, a great place to enjoy one of their tasty craft brews or stiff cocktail. Inside, the walls are packed with interesting and eclectic art, maybe with a live band or DJ playing in the background. Trivia nights are also particularly popular nights at the Parkside for those know-it-all's who like to put their useless knowledge to work!
Legend has it that Pale Eddie was a key figure in the abolition of an alcohol ban set by the state during the early 1900s. This Southern folk character lends his name to this pour house that is ripe with native hospitality and premium libations. Featuring an array of lagers, ales and bottled beer, as well as fine wine and spirits, it provides the neighborhood with a well-managed entertainment and drinking venue. It plays host to live bands and showcases a rotational selection of artwork by local and emerging talent. The exposed beams and bricks contribute to an industrial feel while restoring a rustic charm.
Carrigan’s Public House emphasizes on specialty cocktails and classic casual food that comes with a twist. The decor is trendy with bottles of liquor being housed in a bus-like structure. The dishes boast of fresh local produce and the specially crafted brews and cocktails are available on a seasonal basis. Both the outdoor and indoor seating areas are lovely and perfect to enjoy just a drink or a complete meal.
If you find yourself yearning for some good live music and drinks, then head to the Metro Bar & Music, especially on the weekends. Located in downtown, in the Loft District, this bar-cum-music-venue is a popular haunt among locals and visitors alike looking for a decent place to rock the night away. Supporting local musicians and local artists, at Metro Bar & Music, any night of the week is guaranteed to be entertaining. Call for more information on upcoming events and other details.
One of downtown Birmingham’s most loved bars, the Wine Loft is a chic wine bar that blends a casual and friendly atmosphere with a remarkably elegant and classy decor. A bar suitable for any kind of outing, be it a romantic night out, hitting the town with friends, or a cozy family get-together, Wine Loft’s intimate interiors and attentive service can make for an enjoyable evening. Besides, the bar also plays host to entertaining events on a regular basis, so do see the website for more information on upcoming events and other details.
One of the most prominent event venues in downtown Birmingham, the M Lounge sits above the popular Matthews Bar & Grill. A relatively large facility, this venue comprises an area of 9,000 square feet (836 square meters), covering a full city block. From gigs, to solo performances, corporate events and even private parties, the M Lounge can accommodate the needs of a range of events. So, the next time you are in town and wish to catch a concert or two, then do head to the M Lounge. See the website or call to know more.
Located in the historic Forest Park, Little Savannah brings you good old Southern food with a new twist. This charming bistro is known for the innovative recipes. Diners can try fare like the Gulf Shrimp and Sweet Corn Chowder before supper or the very tasty Hickory Smoked Maple Leaf Duck Breast for a satisfying meal. End your meal with a wholesome dessert like the Chocolate Bread Pudding or a hot toddy. You can also accompany your meal with a glass of wine or a martini from their full bar. Little Savannah can also be reserved for private dinners and offers catering services.
Located in the Lakeview area near Forest Lake, O.T.'s Neighborhood Sports Grill offers an extensive array of American favorites in a relaxed atmosphere. The numerous televisions mounted to the walls are always tuned in to the latest sporting event. The menu features appetizers in addition to sandwiches, steaks, pork chops and baby back ribs. If you've got the appetite, try one of their homemade desserts.