Eat and Drink Around the South
From tiki drinks in the Florida Keys to the avid tailgating in the SEC, states around the Gulf Coast like a theme. Food & Wine has found its home in Birmingham, and tailgating at Ole Miss means breaking out the crystal glassware. Over in Florida, Southern cuisine meets the islands for a melting pot of flavor.
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Full of chef-driven menus and upscale dining options, Birmingham packs a punch.
Fort Myers’ islands, beaches and neighborhoods have a way of leaving a lasting impression. Visit and create memorable moments naturally.
Gulf Shores & Orange Beach
A waterfront town of about five thousand people, Orange Beach is the last stop on Alabama’s Gulf Coast before Florida
Jackson, Mississippi, prides itself on a diverse population, something similarly reflected in the city’s deliciously varied restaurant scene.
Think you know Florida? Think again. Welcome to historical neighborhoods, coastal beaches, surfing, arts and culture. Welcome to Jacksonville.
With celebrated museums, unforgettable beaches, and art extravaganzas, Miami ranks as one of the country's most popular tourist destinations.
With its 300-plus years of history, Mobile has many tales to tell and a cuisine anchored in seafood.
In a city so steeped in history, it’s no surprise some of its culinary highlights are its oldest restaurants.
As one of the South’s emerging food destinations, this city contains several surprises as Orlando restaurants redefine modern Florida cuisine.
Oxford is the perfect destination for the food lovers who crave a cocktail of small-town charm and world-class dining.
Known as the state capital and home of Florida State University, Tallahassee is far more than a college town or stuffy legislative hub.
A culinary hotspot in the South, Tupelo’s food scene is diverse and delicious with more than 160 restaurants.