Posts Tagged ‘fine dining’

Brix

Brix

American | A Bit Costly ($15-$25) | Southeast Huntsville | 3 out of 5

I got my first taste of tapas when Shane and I were honeymooning in Savannah, Georgia. The place where we tried them was too hip for us, but the ability to be able to try several small dishes was something we enjoyed. At that time, we didn’t know of a place in Huntsville that offered tapas

Grille 29

Grille 29

American | A Bit Costly ($15-$25) | West Huntsville | 4 out of 5

Some of our best friends were super generous and took us to Grille 29 for dinner to give it a try. Most of us had never dined there before, but we had been hearing great things about this upscale dining spot since it opened in Providence

Simp McGhee's

Simp McGhee’s

American | Expensive ($26 and up) | Outside Madison County | 4 out of 5

This may be the manliest place I’ve ever eaten. No doubt, Churchill would approve

A Day in Birmingham: Veranda on Highland

A Day in Birmingham: Veranda on Highland

American | Expensive ($26 and up) | Outside Madison County | 3 out of 5

Five Points is a vibrant, hip area of Birmingham that is packed with tasty eats. You can find the trendiest and most awarded restaurants in town here, including Frank Stitt’s Highlands Bar and Grill and Veranda on Highland

Watercress

Watercress

American | Expensive ($26 and up) | Downtown Huntsville | 5 out of 5

In lieu of fighting the crowds on Valentine’s night, we decided to try Watercress the Friday before. We got dressed up and went, and we were not disappointed

Nick's Ristorante

Nick’s Ristorante

American | Expensive ($26 and up) | Southeast Huntsville | 4 out of 5

We don’t love to overpay for food. You might think that this means we’re cheap and maybe it does, but we are occasionally more than happy to fork it over for really good food. Wednesday night was one of those times

Mezza Luna

Mezza Luna

American | Expensive ($26 and up) | Jones Valley/Hampton Cove | 4 out of 5

Sunday, Shane and I decided to take a walk on the decadent side and treat ourselves to Mezza Luna. Okay, so we did have a gift certificate that was a use or lose, but we’d heard great things about this place