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It's here that Dreamland opened its first branch outside of T-Town in 1993, and it's where out-of-towners come in droves to gnaw on Dreamland's "ain't nothing like 'em nowhere" ribs slathered with that fiery, addictive sauce and served with slices of Sunbeam bread. South, Birmingham Phone: 205-933-2133Website: Moore | [email protected]'s Restaurant For consistently good soul food made with tender, loving care and served in hearty, nap-inducing portions, it doesn't get any more authentic than Eagle's Restaurant, a small, cinder-block café in the shadows of the ACIPCO plant in north Birmingham.

The meats and veggies vary daily, but the menu features oxtails, neck bones and chitterlings, as well as meatloaf, barbecue chicken and fried pork chops for the less adventuresome. North, Birmingham Phone: 205-320-0099Website: Songer | [email protected] Barrio Restaurante Y Bar"Barrio" is a Spanish term for neighborhood, and since it opened five years ago, El Barrio Restaurante Y Bar has become a hugely popular dining and drinking hangout in the downtown Birmingham's bustling Second Avenue North 'hood. The imaginative, Mexican-inspired menu includes plantain nachos, grilled chorizo meatloaf and tomatillo-braised chicken, as well as nightly specials that include fish tacos, duck enchiladas and brisket tamales. North, Birmingham Phone: 205-868-3737Website: Birmingham News file| Bernard Troncale The Fish Market If it swims in the sea, it's a safe bet that chef George Sarrris has it on the menu at his Southside seafood emporium The Fish Market.

The menu features a Cuban sandwich, shrimp quesadillas, chicken or cheese enchiladas, and fish, chicken, beef, pork or veggie tacos – as well as the Cantina's tart margaritas. South, Suite 110, Birmingham Phone: 205-323-6980Website: Moore | [email protected] Fonfon Right next door to Frank Stitt's celebrated and sophisticated Highlands Bar and Grill, Chez Fonfon is like Highlands' more laid-back sibling, a casual French bistro that buzzes with activity and boasts a menu that includes escargots, steak tartare, a charcuterie platter, mussels and frites, and the phenomenal Hamburger Fonfon, which racks up "best burger in Alabama" accolades year in and year out.

The coconut-pecan cake is a slice of heaven on a plate. South, Birmingham Phone: 205-939-3221Website: News file | Hal Yeager Chez Lulu With its eclectic décor (swag lamps, twinkling lights and crushed velvet pillows) and lively atmosphere, Carole Griffin's fun and funky Chez Lulu adds a quirky charm to Mountain Brook's English Village.

For the most part, the restaurants, cafes, diners and bistros you’ll find on our list are those what have been around for a very long while and have distinguished themselves through the decades by serving great food and providing quality service.

These are places that, if you haven’t been, you need to.

Dupont earned his culinary stripes working with chefs Emeril Lagasse and Susan Spicer in his hometown of New Orleans, and the Café Dupont menu reflects that influence, with signature dishes such as fried oysters and okra, grilled quail and braised rabbit, as well as house-made beignets for dessert.

The buttermilk-brined fried chicken, available at lunch, is widely regarded as one of the best birds in Birmingham. North, Birmingham Phone: 205-322-1282Website: courtesy of Cantina Tortilla Grill Cantina Tortilla Grill Jorge Castro -- whose beloved brother Guillermo Castro introduced Birmingham diners to authentic Latin street food before his death five years ago -- carries on the Castro family tradition at Cantina Tortilla Grill, a casual Mexican taqueria in the Pepper Place complex.

We do have a few relative newcomers on the list, and those are the places that have brought a little some extra to the table, so to speak, that maybe we’ve been missing.

We strived to cover as many bases as possible -- from white-tablecloth restaurants to meat-and-threes, barbecue joints to sandwich shops, hot dogs to sushi.

The rankings were based on several factors, including each area's share of the unmarried population to the number of online dating opportunities to nightlife options per capita. Based on those factors, here are the best – and worst – places to be single in Alabama: Huntsville's national ranking According to Wallet Hub, Huntsville ranked as the fifth best city in the survey when it came to the lowest rent for a one-bedroom apartment (when adjusted for median annual household income.)City of Montgomery Why Montgomery rated worst Montgomery's best score – and 89 – came in for economic conditions.

By Bob Carlton It has been a fun but unenviable task.

Someone suggested, “Hey, let’s put together a guide to Birmingham’s 50 essential restaurants.”So we did.

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