Lake Guntersville Restaurants to Try
We all love a good meal, and we definitely don’t mind driving to get it either. With a wide array of options, the Lake Guntersville area should be on your foodie bucket list. From fine dining to food trucks to hole in the walls and craft beer, you will be making the drive from Huntsville often to give your taste buds the cravings they desire.
If you are looking for fine dining, then Old Town Stockhouse is the place to go. Chef Crystal McKone received her Culinary Arts degree from the French Culinary Institute (now the International Culinary Center) in New York City. She then moved to Atlanta to begin her career at restaurants like Tom Colicchio’s Craft Atlanta, the St. Regis Hotel and Buttermilk Kitchen. She uses the freshest ingredients to create seasonal menus that are sure to please at Old Town Stockhouse, and all items on the menu are gluten free. Enjoy scallops with crispy rice cake, avocado mousse and cucumber mint-jalapeno salsa or maybe the center-cut prime filet with a red wine reduction. Desserts are sure to satisfy your sweet tooth as well.
410 Old Town St, Guntersville, AL 35976
Crawmama’s is a place that will welcome anyone with open arms. Opening is 1987, Charlotte Webb saw a need for fresh seafood in the Lake Guntersville area. So, she found a company in Bon Secour, Alabama, and she loaded her van down with coolers and headed south. This once tiny restaurant only seating 12 can now accommodate over 300 people. They still bring in the freshest seafood for customers, and the customers line up every Thursday through Saturday for their food. Their specialty is, of course, crawfish. But don’t let that deter you. Their current menu has over 75 items to choose from including alligator, crab legs and shrimp.
5002 Webb Villa Guntersville, AL 35976
Another must eat goes a little further into Albertville. Papa Dubi’s owner, Will Younghouse, brings generations of family recipes to his kitchen, showing off his Cajun roots. Locals rave over the Imperial sauce layered over a fresh catch and Cajun rice. You can also enjoy weekly specials from beef tips and rice to smoked wings.
9510 US-431, Albertville, AL 35950
They also offer weekly dessert specials, too. Their famous homemade Swiss rolls go quick! To help wash all the Cajun goodness, they have several local beers on draft and weekly cocktail specials too.
While this is just a small snippet of what to eat right down the road, you can learn more about places to eat in the Lake Guntersville area by clicking the link here.
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