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Food Scene in Jasper, AL

From trendy downtown bistros to comfy local watering holes, Jasper's restaurants and nightspots are never short on fun, flair or flavor

By Teree Caruthers on April 27, 2016

Michael D. Tedesco

Jasper might have a small-town vibe, but spend time in any of the area’s growing selection of restaurants, and your taste buds will think you’ve moved to the big city.

Warehouse 3Nineteen

Located in downtown Jasper, Warehouse 3Nineteen gives the traditional sports bar an overdue upgrade. The trendy restaurant’s menu features classic Southern fare – but with a little flair. Patrons can still watch the game while feasting on WH319’s signature wings, but they can also bring the kids for a sit-down dinner of the eatery’s famous shrimp and grits.

Cafe Bill’s

Looking for a local bar “where everybody knows your name?” Just head to Cafe Bill’s, the self-proclaimed ‘Home of the Locals.’ Owner Bill Frey opened the restaurant/bar in 2006 as a place for locals to hang out, watch the game, share a great meal and hear some good live music. Be sure to sample the crab claws and Ms. Carol’s cheese dip.

Los Reyes Mexican Grill

Los Reyes is Spanish for “the Kings,” and you’ll eat like one at this local favorite. From Mexican specialties like carne asada, carne al carbon and quesadillas to dishes more likely to be found north of the border like pollo loco and fish tacos, Los Reyes’ food and service will make you feel like Mexican-American royalty. But they’ll do it on a pauper’s budget.


Whether the spice of your life is variety or, well, spice, you’ll find it in Pericos’ classic Tex-Mex fare. From massive burritos to flavorful staples like chiles rellenos, you’re sure to find something to heat up your palate. Don’t worry, though – they’ve also got a killer mango margarita to cool it off.

Black Rock Bistro

The Black Rock Bistro is a perfect microcosm of Jasper’s growing economy – it manages to strike a balance between being comfortable with where it is, with local favorites like fried green tomatoes, and shooting for the stars with their rotating specialties like Catfish Pontchartrain that landed it on New York Magazine’s 50 Food Pilgrimages You Must Make list.

BBQ: Green Top BBQ, Jim & Nick’s, Full Moon BBQ, Danny’s Downtown BBQ

The area’s restaurant scene might be growing, but it’s still anchored by the “slow and low” cooking style of the area’s best barbecue joints. Green Top BBQ has been around (with good reason) since Harry Truman was in the White House. Danny’s Downtown BBQ smokes up the downtown area. Jim ‘N Nick’s and its cheesy, biscuity goodness was named best barbecue restaurant by Alabama’s Department of Tourism in 2013. As one of the area’s newest barbecue restaurants, Full Moon BBQ began to make waves in the smoked meat market in 2014.

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