Prattville draws on its Southern heritage to cook up special delicacies
Treat your taste buds to Prattville’s Southern cooking. Its ample cuisine ranges from surf and turf to Cajun alligator.
“Excellent,” “authentic” and “incredibly friendly” are all words often used to describe Uncle Mick’s Cajun Market and Cafe on West Main Street downtown. At Mick’s, alligator piquante is on the menu along with classic Louisiana favorites.
Nearby, the Smith-Byrd House Tea Room serves scones, quiche and sandwiches in a Queen Anne-style residence built in the 1880s.
For a bite to eat along with fun shopping options, Fanci Free Boutique & Garden Café serves fresh sandwiches, wraps and salads and offers a wide variety of gifts, keepsakes and home décor.
Barbecue & Southern Cooking
Fat Boy’s Bar-B-Que Ranch slow-cooks barbecue over hickory hardwood and features barbecue pork, beef brisket and smoked chicken. Chris’ Bar-B-Que has cooked its signature barbecue for more than 30 years and features favorites like pulled-pork sandwiches and slabs of ribs in addition to breakfast and lunch items. Jim ‘N Nick’s has locations throughout the Southeast and carries classics like beef brisket and Carolina-style pork as well as sandwiches, salads and sides.
Steak & Seafood
Islamorada Fish Company specializes in fish and fried seafood including the “world famous Islamorada sandwich.”
Wharf Casual Seafood offers a full boat of entrees that range from oysters and crab cakes to Mahi Mahi, catfish and shrimp along with delicious sides.
Mexican & Italian
Chicken fajitas, taco salad, steak quesadillas and “addictive salsa” make Mexico Tipico Restaurant a favorite. The restaurant’s full bar and banquet room is perfect for lunch meetings or family gatherings.
The new Gringo’s Tacos adds another option for Mexican food downtown.
Bertolone Italian Cafe offers catering for groups of all sizes. No order is complete without one of their famous cakes.
Known for the “best breakfast in town,” Chappy’s Deli offers catering and free delivery of its breakfast, lunch and dinner sandwiches.
Debbie Kemsel Catering provides exquisite meals for small and large events and full bar service.
Sugar B’s Bakery and Cafe in historic downtown Prattville offers a bakery, event catering, in-house luncheons and custom menus.
Autauga Place with Karen Tucker Catering delivers the food and the venue at the historic Autauga Place, which was built in 1896 and can accommodate more than 100 guests.
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