It seems that everywhere you turn, a new and exciting restaurant concept is on the way or opening in the Rocket City! Our horizons are always expanding and becoming more diverse when it comes to cuisine.
We have everything from popular chains to exclusive local spots—there’s something for everyone. Huntsville is also home to many talented restaurant owners, chefs, and unique places that make our lineup of eateries something to be proud of.
Even with the current uncertain conditions, our local restaurants have risen to the challenge to make dining simple, safe, and enjoyable. We’d like to say thank you to ALL of our friends in the restaurant and hospitality industries. Thank you for supporting us by keeping us well fed and happy!
Before visiting any of these restaurants, we recommend checking their websites and social media accounts to stay up-to-date on their operations.
Church Street Wine & Bottle Shoppe Expands to Providence
ChurchStreet Family’s newest Wine Bar & Bottle Shoppe is located in Providence, Huntsville AL. This is a 2nd location for Church Street Wine Shoppe, is a wine, beer and tapas bar that also includes a bottle shoppe. Church Street Wine Shoppe has extensive relationships throughout the wine community, both nationally and internationally, and is known to bring exclusive, first-to-state wines to Alabama the Southeast and the USA.
Tasting at the Providence location for the first time ever in the USA, A Growers Touch from Australia, focuses on the production of more traditional & classic varietals, all grown locally out of the Riverina and by farmers who we have worked with for two decades. The label offers credit to the farmers responsible for growing the grapes. It showcases local fruit & places emphasis on the importance of 'terroir'.
Stephanie Mell, owner of the Church Street properties, told us, “We will exclusively be pouring A Growers Touch wines all weekend long at our newest venture in Providence, which is officially open as well as all ChurchStreet Family locations – ChurchStreet Wine Shoppe Downtown, Purveyor Huntsville, Mazzara’s Vinoteca, Sea Salt Urban Oyster Bar, Pourhouse and Catacomb435”.
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Located at 2064 Hwy 72 E. Huntsville, AL, Naked Taco offers a wide array of fresh food – 3 shrimp tacos, fajitas nachos, 3 enchiladas bravos, shrimp and rice, burrito california, steak fajitas, chimichanga, and pollo loco. They use the freshest ingredients in preparing their food to provide the best quality and taste. Plus they offer homemade ice cream and frozen treats.
Grimaldi’s is a New York Style pizzeria that has opened it's first Huntsville location. It's known for its coal-fired, brick-oven pizza and is found in the Valley Bend Shopping Center at Jones Valley (2724 Carl T Jones Dr SE). Grimaldi’s menu features pizzas, calzones, antipasto, a variety of salads, and house-made desserts, especially its legendary cheesecake. More information and a full menu can be found on their website.
The team behind the popular Kamado Ramen and Oh Crêpe restaurants has introduced a new concept to Stovehouse that features traditional Chinese dishes like orange chicken, Mongolian beef, egg rolls, soups, and more. Wok’s Up, a fast-casual Chinese eatery, is now open in the space between Oh Crêpe and Taqueria El Cazador. Click here to learn more!
In Huntsville, Alabama, craft beer is growing again with a new brewing co-op now open Stovehouse. A new alliance between five of Alabama's most influential breweries has created the Southern Brewers Cooperative.
Huntsville's Straight to Ale and Salty Nut Brewery, Birmingham's Good People Brewing and Avondale Brewing, and Tuscaloosa's Druid City Brewing are pushing the limits with the new concept. The 10,000 sq. ft. facility at Stovehouse not only has 40 taps, but freshly brewed beers. Along with craft beer, wine and spirits will be available to drink on location. The kitchen features elevated American comfort food to pair with the brews.
Luv Hawaiian BBQ
Located at 5000 Whitesburg Drive Suite 120, this new restaurant packs a big punch of flavor. From their website, "LUV is dedicated to bring you the best Hawaiian dining experience by serving an exquisite selection of Hawaiian food, which have an amazing blend of culture from the Islands,in a beautiful and friendly Hawaiian atmosphere. Our classic "Luv Plate" is a huge, gastronomically challenging mixture of Asian and American food with exceptional service in a beautiful and comfortable atmosphere. We believe in serving large portions of high quality food at a reasonable price."
A mom and pop homemade Italian restaurant has arrived in Madison at 7559 US-72 Suite 112, Madison, AL 35758. When you go, please remember they are making each dish to order. This family run location is ready to serve you some of their favorite recipes.
Salt Factory Pub - May 9th
Alabama is getting its first Salt Factory Pub in Huntsville's MidCity District. The Georgia-based restaurant has had items like the Braised Lamb Shepherd’s Pie featured on Food Network. Their self-described menu is a combination of an upscale gastropub that offers modern and approachable cuisine with an unbeatable beer list. The restaurant is modeled after the pubs in the English Countryside with exposed brick walls, dark hardwood floors, cozy booths, and dim lighting. They hope to open in early 2022.
Main Event is an ultimate entertainment area for families in Huntsville with bowling lanes, laser tag, billiards, arcades, gravity roads and more. Located at Bridge Street Town Centre, you can find it all under one (very big) roof. With an incredible menu of food, families can enjoy, we can't wait to see how they help our visitors make memories.
Superhero Chefs in MidCity
Superhero Chefs has moved from a food truck in The Camp to a restaurant in MidCity area. The restaurant is the idea of celebrity chef Darnell Ferguson. It will be located next to Stars and Strikes, You will eat like a hero for breakfast, lunch or dinner. From waffles and supercakes to burgers and quesadillas, the food, like the décor of the restaurant, is over the top delicious.
The Foundation Coffee Shop located on Alabama A&M's Campus is serving up coffee, smoothies, and delicious food. They give students and visitors plenty of space to find a spot to settle in and work or chat over coffee. They are also hosting poetry nights, open mic nights, and musical performances on their small stage. Find this new spot at 4701 Meridian Street, Huntsville, Alabama.
Lobster lovers rejoice! There is a new food truck that should be on the road soon to deliver a Taste of Maine (or Connecticut) to you. Hot dogs, fluffernutters, grilled cheese, and chowders also are on the menu along with the Lobster Rolls. We're sure it will be wicked good.
Located near The Juicy Seafood on Highway 72 you'll find Huntsville's newest cupcake shop. Regale Cupcakery has been hustling at markets and events for years and his flavors are so incredible. We are excited to have this cupcake and coffee shop open at 4925 University Dr. NW #114, Huntsville, AL 35816. They are open Monday - Friday 10am - 6pm and Saturday 11am - 7pm.
A new daiquiri bar is now open in Huntsville! Along with serving daiquiris in the Rocket City, they will have amazing food for dinner and brunch. Learn more from their Facebook page.
Stephanie and Erick Luther have opened a social market and eatery in downtown Huntsville - The Standard at 127 Holmes Ave! A market featuring charcuterie selections with a variety of cheeses and meats, they also feature butchered meat, seafood, and locally chef-sourced products like oils, vinegars, spices, sauces, and more. The Standard also offers grab-and-go options along with a full kitchen menu for breakfast and lunch. Soups, salads, and sandwiches are available to purchase. Along with soft drinks, energy drinks, juices, and water, The Standard also serves and sells wine and beer.
The goal for the location is to be a staple in the community and even carry some basic convenience items like milk, paper towels, or candy bars. The outdoor patio is a place to enjoy a meal and chat with friends and family.
photo credit: Rocket City Dietitian
Domaine South is now located in a larger building just a few steps from their old location. This new space gives more seating and menu options and overlooks Big Spring Park. The former location will be home to trying different concepts. To enter, head down the stairs on the west side of downtown Huntsville square.
Bacchus Wine & Tapas is the newest form of the previous Huntsville favorite, Luciano. Fans will recognize familiar recipes and romantic Italian ambiance, along with the premium wine selection and delectable small bites that its prior concept was known for. Visit them at 964 Airport Road SW.
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The newest addition to the Church Street Family is now open at the Sea Salt Urban Oyster Bar. Sea Salt serves a variety of oysters from across the country, more than two dozen beers on tap, an extensive wine offering and special seasonal foods. It's open for lunch and dinner and perfect for a date night. Currently, they only have two-top tables and bar seating but are working to get outdoor and covered patio seating set up soon. Click here to read more.
If you look up in downtown Huntsville at 106 Jefferson Street, you'll see some monkeys climbing Huntsville's newest hotel and rooftop bar. These two monkeys represent Baker and Able, the first two monkeys to return from space. In fact, Miss Baker has quite the history in Huntsville that you can learn all about here. With amazing views and specialty cocktails, Baker and Able is sure to be Huntsville's newest hot spot for dates and meeting friends.
Photo Credit: Rocket City Dietitian
A new farm-to-table restaurant is located at Bowler Hat Brewing in Madison. Farm + Feed is a creation of Antonio Spence and Chef John Cleveland. They spent years seeing how fresh food impacts people. After the COVID-19 pandemic closed Antonio's previous employer, Antonio decided to go out on his own with Chef John and create a true farm-to-table experience. Chef John's creativity will be unleashed on the menu comprising of delectable creations that will leave guests longing for more!
A new star has entered the Meridian Street stage serving up authentic French desserts and coffee inside a Parisian-style patisserie. L’Etoile Patisserie French Bakery & Café is the creation of Kevin and Kristen Zurmuehlen, who have combined their love of travel and excellent cuisine into a new concept for Huntsville. Using classic French formulas and ingredients in all of their offerings, they hope to transport guests to an imaginary afternoon of strolling the Champs-Élysées and enjoying a pastry under the Eiffel Tower.
Currently, guests are limited to 6 items at a time. If you are looking to order more for an event or your team, please contact the bakery at least 72 hours in advance.
Etoile means “star” in French—a nod to the Rocket City’s history. When open, the patisserie is located between Holtz Leather Co. and Preservation Company on Meridian Street. In addition to quality flavors, the shop itself will be a treat. Visitors will be welcomed into a classic Parisian café with muted blue hues and gold accents throughout. There will also be plenty of stars hidden within the design. (Read more)
Limited Chains and Familiar Favorites
Located in the Walmart Shopping Center in Madison at 551 Promenade Point Parkway Suite 195, this Louisana-based seafood bar is now open and ready to serve you!
I Love Sushi Express
Located in Town Madison near the Rocket City Trash Pandas Toyota Field, you will find a new I Love Sushi Express where you can grab Poke Bowls, Sushi, and more! The address for the store is 100 Outfield Drive in Madison, Alabama.
A small-batch bakery that started in Homewood, Alabama has now expanded into the Rocket City. In Twickenham Square located on Pelham Avenue in downtown Huntsville near Huntsville Hospital, you can find the newly opened Cookie Fix. The shop’s owner, Paige Brown, is excited to bring the bakeshop to the neighborhood and share her love for delicious cookies and family-run businesses. Treat yourself or a friend and grab a cookie with a cold glass of milk. Read more from Crunkleton.
A new seafood restaurant has opened at 7900 Bailey Cove Road called Krab Kingz. Enjoy their boiled and fried seafood offerings that are delicious. They are also looking at a second location in the Five Points area at 200 Oakwood Ave NE, Ste. V, Huntsville, AL 35811.
Whataburger is in Huntsville and all of our Texas transplants are rejoicing! Find the burger and honey-butter biscuit serving restaurant in South Huntsville at 11701 S Memorial Pkwy, Huntsville, AL 35803.
Slim Chickens in Clift Farms off Highway 72 in Madison/Madison County is now open. They also have a second location that is open in Town Madison too.
Slim's menu offers fresh chicken tenders, Buffalo wings, sandwiches, salads, wraps, iced teas (sweet, unsweet, raspberry, peach), lemonade, and authentic Southern sides. Everything is fresh and cooked when you order it.
Two sisters will be bringing a taste of New Orleans to Madison at 243 Browns Ferry Road Suite 101 later this year. WHNT 19 wrote an article and quoted the sisters as saying, “This PJ’s location will mark our first franchise together, so we’re excited to make connections with new customers and build lasting relationships through the NOLA spirit and our southern hospitality!”
PJ’s Coffee specializes in a portfolio of roasts inspired by New Orleans’ French Quarter. They offer a variety of drinks, including hot, iced, and frozen coffees, organic tea, and breakfast items.
Phil Sandoval's Expands to Madison
The restaurant we know and love in the Rocket City is expanding to Madison. They hope to be open by the end of 2022. Their Madison location will be at 8217 Hwy 72 W in front of the Target Shopping Center. Join the Philmilia and enjoy his recipes that meant so much to him while growing up. From his home, to your plates, the Phil Sandoval's team works to bring you more than a meal; they bring you a moment in time of memories and laughter.
StoneAge Korean BBQ Expands to Madison
The team that brought StoneAge Korean BBQ to Huntsville is opening another location in Madison in the summer of 2022. The new address is 7929 Hwy 72 W, Madison, AL 35758. Serving all-you-can-eat lunch and dinner options, Stone Age encourages guests to choose from a wide selection of meats, sauces, sides and flavors to create the perfect dining experience. When it comes to Stone Age’s menu, guests can expect several types of beef, pork, chicken, and seafood to choose from—including chadol-baegi (beef brisket), samgyupsah (pork belly), ribeye and filet mignon. There are many sauces available, like Yum Yum and Salted Sesame Oil, a large variety of ban-chan, fresh fruit and seasonal fare. There is also plenty of steamed rice, kimchi and ramen to go around. In addition to its cuisine, Stone Age will have a full bar serving spirits, beer and wine.
TOUS les JOURS
MidCity District is bringing the French-Asian bakery café chain TOUS les JOURS (TLJ) to their area. Known for offering more than 300 different varieties of artisan pastries, gourmet cakes and desserts baked in-store daily, the new TOUS les JOURS location at MidCity District will be the brand’s first bakery in the state of Alabama and is slated to open in Fall of 2022.
Jim Xue and Yunus Hasan, two of Huntsville’s most successful culinary entrepreneurs with concepts such as Chop N Fresh, Kamado Ramen, Oh Crepe, and I Love Sushi, will own and operate the upcoming Huntsville TOUS les JOURS location and have already began build out of the 2,400 square foot space on MidCity Drive adjacent to Wahlburgers and Kung Fu Tea.
“North Alabama is in for a treat. We fell in love with TOUS les JOURS several years ago on a trip to New York and have dreamt of bringing this phenomenal bakery franchise to Huntsville. The growth of our city and the amazing planning of MidCity really gave us the opportunity to share the exceptional cakes, pastries, coffee, and more to the MidCity District,” said Hasan.
The experience at TLJ is unique. The customer can enjoy the bakery while viewing and selecting individual pastries and enjoy a variety of specialty items and handmade espresso drinks and teas. Hours will be 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. daily and seating is ample for relaxing, chatting or studying. TLJ is already accepting applications for management and staffing, which can be found on the local store’s website or contacting Hasan directly. The website is https://www.tljhsv.com.
PBR x Lockhart Smokehouse
At Bridge Street Town Center, PBR Cowboy Bar and Lockhart Smokehouse are combining to create a one-of-a-kind dining and entertainment experience hoping to open by the end of 2022. PBR x Lockhart Smokehouse marries an electric combination of PBR Cowboy Bar’s ‘cowboy cool’ with Lockhart Smokehouse’s iconic Texas barbecue. PBR Cowboy Bar’s iconic country western experience will be infused into the restaurant design, showing off a beautiful western chic environment. The 8,121 square-foot eatery will feature great entertainment, including the best in country music, sports watching, and bull riding on the area’s only professionally endorsed mechanical bull. Guests can expect smoked meat classics such as brisket, sausage, ribs and other meats smoked low and slow over Texas post oak. Reimagined versions of classic southern sides with a Lockhart Smokehouse twist will round out the menu.
The science-based bakery is getting a storefront in Downtown Huntsville in the summer of 2022! You will find her staples of cookies, bread, and baked goods along with a little bit of science mixed in! She will also still be at farmer's markets as the season begins. Read about how her idea turned into one of Huntsville's most beloved local bakeries.
Jeremiah's Italian Ice Comes to Madison
Started in Florida in 1996, the frozen treat shop Jeremiah's Italian Ice is expanding to North Alabama. Hoping to be open by the fall of 2022, you can find the Italian Ice and creamy soft ice cream or the combo of the two at the Hughes Plaza in Madison. With more than 40 rotating flavors and a dedicated children's area, Madison visitors are in for a treat.
Honest Coffee Roasters Expanding to Madison
Honest Coffee Roasters is opening a second locally-owned location at The Avenue Madison. With plenty of parking, outdoor space, and more than 1900 square feet indoors, owner Christy Wimberly is excited about the new addition. The shop is expected to open in the late summer of 2022 at 92 Shorter Street in the mixed-use development of The Avenue Madison.
The Peach Cobbler Factory
Nashville-based The Peach Cobbler Factory has plans to expand into Huntsville in the Spring of 2022. With more than 12 flavors of cobblers, banana pudding, and cinnamon rolls, they are hitting on all of the southern staples. A location has not been released yet, but as more information becomes available, we will update you.
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In the Spring of 2022, you'll find Fusion Barbeque at Lincoln Mill's Dye House. From a release from the Crunkleton team, "Guests will be able to enjoy a variety of plates inspired mostly by Asian cuisine—think Asian Bourbon-Glazed Ribs, Wagyu Brisket Bao Buns, and smoked duck wings. There will also be side items like Hot Honey Brussels and French Fries deep-fried in Wagyu beef fat. For dessert, the team recommends giving the Miso Cheesecake with Oreo crust a try. It will come with a house-made blackberry-caramel reduction. All of this is just a sample of what’s to come!" Read more about the restaurant and concept.
Photo Credit: Scooter's Coffee / Crunkleton
Crunkleton just announced that at 700 Governors Drive there will soon be a Scooter's Coffee. It's just past the First Baptist Church (Eggbeater Jesus) near Huntsville Hospital. It hopes to open in April of 2022 and offer high-quality coffee drinks, smoothies, teas, and a traditional breakfast menu.
2022 is looking to be a huge year in the MidCity District. In the summer of 2022, a New Orleans-based BBQ restaurant with accolades such as the ‘best wing spot in New Orleans’ (Delish) and ‘the best fried chicken in America’ (The Today Show) will open their doors in the Rocket City. Blue Oak BBQ is the brainchild of well-known restaurateurs Philip Moseley and Ronnie Evans, both natives of Louisiana and longtime culinary ambassadors with the desire to create unique and out-of-the-box flavors and push the boundaries on traditional recipes. Distinctive staples include items such as Sichuan and ranch-style rub used on a variety of meats, pork belly crackling, garlic and panko-topped macaroni and cheese, spiced ginger and toasted sesame seed slaw, and more.
“We’ve wanted to expand our presence in the Southeast for quite some time, and after visiting Huntsville for ourselves and seeing the thriving community, it made perfect sense to call this our next home,” said Philip Moseley, co-owner of Blue Oak BBQ. “Huntsville’s vibe is so unique, deep with colorful history, and demonstrates a culture that is rich in innovation; it mirrors the story of Blue Oak BBQ really well, and we’re pumped to be here.”
“Blue Oak BBQ is so much more than just a restaurant,” said Max Grelier, co-founder of RCP Companies, the developer of MidCity Huntsville. “The experience of flavors, the ambiance of the surroundings and the creative mindset behind Blue Oak BBQ is a perfect fit for our community and something we’ve been looking for. They’ve built a significant reputation in New Orleans and we’re thrilled to have them as part of the MidCity family.”
Town Madison is getting a serious Italian restaurant that is expanding from Montgomery opening at the beginning of 2022. According to the SA ZA website:
"Walking into SA ZA is an absolute feast for all your senses. SA ZA is set in a hip atmosphere with bold colors, exposed brick walls, historic hardwood floors, and eye-catching artwork. With the energy from the music, the open kitchen, and the local artists creating masterpieces right in the dining room, you know in that moment that this is gonna be amazing. In this hot concept, even the bathrooms are cool. Attention to detail is the focus here at SA ZA and it begins at the front door and continues right into the kitchen. Chef uses only the freshest ingredients and specialty items like: San Marzano tomatoes, pizza dough made in New York, wild salmon from Ireland and Norway, and scallops from Georges Banks, Massachusetts. From the quality of the food, Chef Joe has created a menu guaranteed to create a symphony in your mouth.
The food at SA ZA is a unique fusion of old and new. While it’s authentic and traditional Italian food, it is also new and inventive. This eclectic blend stems from the fact that about 80% of SA Z’s menu is made up of recipes from Chef Joe DiMaggio Jr.’s grandmother. Chef Joe is renowned for creating fresh and innovative food. He describes SA ZA’s menu as extreme peasant cuisine.
The atmosphere at SA ZA may be what initially draws you in but it is the food that will keep you coming back. With the diversity found on SA ZA’s menu, there is definitely something to excite every palette.
Traditional pastas are also a favorite choice including amazing touches such as our number one seller, angel hair served with Maine lobster meat, chopped shrimp and spinach in a chardonnay, exploded garlic and olive oil sauce.
As for the pizza, Chef Joe promises traditional toppings but also offers specialty pizzas. Guests can create their own pizza from a choice of 40 toppings. SA ZA’s crispy pizza crust originates from their special dough made with spring water in Utica, New York by Dioro’s bakery."
Photo by Shane Parker for Crunkleton
The Florence-based Turbo Coffee is opening up a third location at Lincoln Mill in Huntsville. According to the Crunkleton blog, "Turbo will have a 1,774 square foot shop at the property’s historic Dye House and has plans to open in Q4 2021. “Making people faster” is the slogan of Turbo and gets to the heart of what they are all about: serving up excellent coffee to get people going for the day and impact their lives for the better. In addition to coffee, they serve build-your-own smoothie bowls, superfood smoothies, pastries, cookies, and sandwiches."
Town Madison Restaurants
The Madison Chamber of Commerce just announced five new restaurants coming to Town Madison development off Zierdt Road near the new Rocket City Trash Panda Stadium, Toyota Field.
Prohibition Rooftop Bar & Kitchen is a gastropub and bar with a 1920s flair and a variety of meal options. It will feature 2,500 square feet of indoor dining and 1,000 square feet of covered rooftop that overlooks the community.
Super Chix will be opening a second location. You can currently find the Texas-based chicken and custard restaurant in Huntsville.
5 Guys Burgers and Fries is also headed to Town Madison. There are currently three locations in the Huntsville area where fans can get their burger, hot dog, and fry fix until the new Madison location opens. Outback Steakhouse has officially opened their doors in the Town Madison complex.
Biscuit Belly in Huntsville
A Louisville restaurant is coming to Huntsville in 2022. Biscuit Belly is a chef-driven breakfast spot that offers up gourmet biscuits in a fast-casual concept. Click here to learn more about them and see their menu.
Amerigo to Open in South Huntsville
Coming to the new Hays Farm location in South Huntsville, Amerigo is an Italian concept from the hospitality group that brought in Char. The new restaurant will bring a blend of traditional and modern Italian cuisine along with its signature welcoming atmosphere in late 2021. Amerigo will be open for lunch and dinner seven days a week and offer brunch from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday and Sunday. Guests will be able to enjoy patio seating, private dining spaces, a full bar, and a comfortable dining room.
Since opening its first restaurant in Ridgeland, Miss., more than 30 years ago, Amerigo has become a crowd favorite and added locations throughout the Southeast. Its consistently delicious menu along with quality customer service and approachable price points have made Amerigo a mainstay in the industry. Each of Amerigo’s five locations share many of the same timeless dishes, and each secures local ingredients and purveyors to give its plates a home-grown flavor. Its dedication to serving fresh Italian meals extends to various dietary needs including vegetarian and gluten-free lifestyles. A dedicated gluten-sensitive menu offers a wide range of salads, entrees, and desserts that make Amerigo an excellent dining experience for everyone.
Eggs Up Grill in Madison
Eggs Up Grill is opening up their first restaurant in the state of Alabama. This summer you will be able to find the breakfast, brunch, and lunch concept at 300 Hughes Road. It will have seating indoors for 86 and an outdoor patio to make guests feel at home. The restaurant will be open seven days a week from 6:00 am - 2:00 pm.
Eggs Up Grill will offer its full menu, open to close, for dine-in, takeout, or delivery. Menu categories include breakfast sandwiches, benedicts, omelets, pancakes, waffles, French toast, as well as classic breakfast entrees, home-fry bowls, and fan-favorite muffins. There are also lunch choices including burgers, sandwiches, wraps, and salads.
They will offer dine-in, online ordering, takeout, catering, and delivery options available. A dedicated to-go station will allow for easy pick-up for online orders and third-party delivery.
The new Eggs Up Grill will be focused on giving back to the community. The owners are Alex and Kristen McLellan. The team is passionate about working with first responders, churches, schools, and as Alex is a veteran, the military. They are dedicated to becoming a community fixture that serves as a local gathering place for residents and support for organizations.
Tom Brown's Restaurant is a steak and seafood restaurant that's opening their second location at the Market in Hays Farms in South Huntsville. Their first location is in the Shoppes of Madison on Highway 72 near Target. It's a premium casual restaurant that is filling a niche for upscale food without any stuffiness. The new restaurant will have its own unique decorations. You can read more about the Madison concept and opening on All Things Madison.
The Texas-based chain Whataburger will be making its way into Madison. The location will be at 7837 Highway 72 W, Madison, AL 35758 near Kohl's and Home Depot and the corner of Hughes Road. Just announced in early August the company said, "Whataburger will introduce new restaurant models and remodels that have a reduced environmental impact by using renewable resources when possible, LED lighting and more efficient equipment for 24-hour use."
More restaurants will feature elements of this new look soon. The remodels will vary based on the needs of each location, ranging from kitchen and exterior upgrades in some restaurants to major updates in others. What’s not changing? The iconic elements they are known for. You’ll see plenty of orange and white stripes and that classic Whataburger flair their Family Members and guests know and love.