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Where to Eat in Florence, Alabama

Jack's Place Bistro, Florence, Alabama

Florence, Alabama is home to many great restaurants with a variety of delicious cuisine. Check out these top places to eat in Florence, Alabama.

My trip to Florence, Alabama was hosted by Visit Florence, AL through my work with Travel The South. Check out my post on Travel The South to see An Amazing Weekend in Florence, Alabama!

Top Restaurants in Florence, Alabama

Odette

Odette, Florence, Alabama

We heard around that Odette, in historic downtown Florence, has the best hamburger in town. Odette is a modern, urban, farm-focused restaurant that you’d expect to find in a much bigger city. And, yes, their burger is amazing!

120 N Court St, Florence, AL 35630

Rosie’s Mexican Cantina

Rosie's Mexican Cantina

Rosie’s Mexican Cantina is a Huntsville original, so I already know and love their food. This location in downtown Florence is exactly the same as the original restaurant. I always go for their cheese enchiladas or their chicken enchiladas — or both!

302 N Court St, Florence, AL 35630

The Carriage Wine & Market

The Carriage Wine & Market, Florence, Alabama

The Carriage Wine & Market has some really tasty wine cocktails and a huge selection of wine. I can recommend the Kip Royale, Cucumber Sake Tonic, and the Strawberry Margarita Sparkler. I think the Sparkler was my overall favorite. You can also order some light snacks like cheese boards and such.

Florence: 121 E Mobile St, Florence, AL 35630

Sheffield: 320 N Montgomery Ave, Sheffield, AL 35660

Jack’s Place Bistro

Jack's Place Bistro, Florence, Alabama

Jack’s Place Bistro in downtown Florence serves classic Southern dishes. This is a great place for brunch. The executive chef is even a food stylist for TV and movies, so the delicious spreads you see in The Hunger Games, The Girl With The Dragon Tattoo, and more are his creation.

118 W Mobile St, Florence, AL 35630

306 BBQ

306 BBQ, Florence, Alabama

Originating from Athens, Alabama, 306 BBQ serves up authentic Southern style barbecue. They have ribs, pulled pork, wings, and turkey and lots of Southern sides.

322 N Court St, Florence, AL 35630

Momma Goldberg’s Deli

Momma Goldberg's Deli, Muscle Shoals, Alabama

Momma Goldberg’s Deli originated in Auburn, Alabama. They’ve been serving up fresh, steamed sandwiches since 1976. This is a great restaurant for a quick lunch, and soon your kitchen cabinets will be filled with Momma G’s cups.

1500 Woodward Ave, Muscle Shoals, AL 35661

Where to Stay in Florence, Alabama

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 Cheers!

Paige

Where to Eat in Florence, Alabama

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  1. Other places to dine. George’s Steak Pit in Sheffield. Been there since the 1950s. Ray’s at the Bank in east Florence – southern based cuisine for lunch, more European for dinner. Excellent seafood and steaks. Staggs across the street is the go to place for breakfast.

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