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My wife and I are going to Auburn this weekend for CE conference. We would like your recommendation for a good restaurant . I thank you in advance. War Eagle!
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Brew pub.....it's pretty nice. Traditional Irish dishes, bar.
Warehouse bistro......really nice, coat/tie nice.
Creole seafood shack......different but really good. Gumbo, ect.....
Hamiltons........pretty nice, casual attire, step above norm.
Amsterdam is my fav as well. Try to eat there every time we're in Auburn.
They have stepped up their game since my days at Auburn. It looks really appetizing. It used to be a bar/sandwich cafe, casual beer joint with funky hand made wooden bar games!
This post has been edited 2 times, most recently by Jacoby07 17 months ago
Amersterdam, hamilton's at night. Byron's and mike and Ed's for lunch. There's still something special to me about going to the original momma g's too. Nostalgia I suppose...
YES VOTE 2 FOR AMSTERDAM
If you like sushi, mandarin house on opelika road is wonderful. its right across the street from heart of dixie. when you walk in, head to the left, not the right.
A friend of mine opened Amsterdam as a place to play shulbok and he had a cooler with drinks and some nut mix to snack on. That was it. He put the stained glass name that's still above the door. It has morphed into what it is today. My friend sold it probably 10 years ago or so. I have 3 of the original shulbok tables from Amsterdam.
I second this.
Dive for the thrill, shoot for the kill.
I second all the votes for Amsterdam Cafe. I've eaten there 8-10 times (when I'm in town). I've been very happy with food and service each time. A little loud on the music for my taste, though. That's the only possible drawback.
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