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Miss Dots is named for Leola Rogers, whose nickname has been “Dot” since she was a child.
Vinos’s Al Rabiee creates a divine snapper and rice pilaf, bursting with Mediterranean flavors.
Another Broken Egg whips up a new pancake.
Chef Randall Baldwin’s meaty masterpiece is layered with grilled South Carolina quail, grilled venison, and chicken apple sausage.
The Grand Bohemian Hotel recently made its debut in Mountain Brook Village. And inside the hotel is its new restaurant, Habitat Feed and Social.
The filet—about two inches thick—arrives piping hot with scrumptious roasted fingerling potatoes and haricots verts. I have never tasted a more tender, melt-in-my-mouth piece of beef.
The Shrimp ‘n Grits is dish that fits all three meals: the flavor of peppers and a spicy Tabasco reduction pairs well with their pepper-infused house Bloody Mary.
Griffin’s commitment to natural methods and keeping her food free of unnecessary additives and artificial dough “enhancers” continues in her new downtown location.
Vino is a neighborhood favorite in Mountain Brook’s English Village. But this well-kept, tasty secret is getting out and bringing more and more patrons from outside the neighborhood.
Vino executive chef, Becky Rabiee prepares one of the restaurant’s favorites. By Jan Walsh Photography by Beau Gustafson Good chefs evolve their dishes with the seasons, and incorporate the best and healthiest ingredients possible. Accordingly Vino’s executive chef, Becky Rabiee has tweaked their popular daily seafood special to a lighter version, which includes… Read More