The culture of Mobile revolves around beautifully cooked seafood. This is a corner of the country where they're pumping out plump wild shrimp, shucking sweet oysters, frying up soft-shell crab, and serving oh-so-many other creatures of the briny deep. Here's where to eat them and a little slideshow teaser to get your mouth watering.
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If, like me, you enjoy dunking your food, then the French Dip sandwich with its side of beefy jus is right up your alley. The version at Regina's Kitchen ($7.95) is a solid incarnation. The roast beef is sliced paper thin and sits atop a layer of melted, tangy provolone cheese. A few pieces of purple onion add a nice crunch, but flavor-wise the sandwich is entirely beef (which makes sense considering you're dipping a pile of roast beef in a container of beef broth).
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Callaghan's Irish Social Club makes juicy, crusty pub burgers topped with generous amounts of vegetation on grilled and buttered sesame seed buns. It's so good, you'll dream about it.
David Holloway of the Press Register lists Lower Alabama's 19 burgers to eat before you die. In no particular order, here's a list of all the places, after the jump....
Hot diggety dog! We asked our friends Jane and Michael Stern over at Roadfood.com to give us their top five hot dog picks. From Ben's Chili Bowl in Washington, D.C., to L.A.'s famous Pink's, these are weenies that inspire road trips.