Christmas in Huntsville, Al

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2011/01/02 22:45:02 (permalink)

Christmas in Huntsville, Al

Hey Gang
 
So we spent the week after Christmas visiting Mrs. Sippi's family so I thought I'd post a quick report.
 
I had my first taco truck experience and very much enjoyed it. I just had a snack of a steak and a chicken taco. The best word to describe them was fresh. They tasted fresh.
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Really very nice with a pleasing, lingering aftertaste. Great sauces too.
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G's Country Kitchen is a must stop place.
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A hole in the wall place with the best mac and cheese and catfish I've ever had. Everything was fantastic.
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The Po' Boy Factory makes some seriously great sandwiches.
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The hot sausage is brought in from Patton's in La.
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Last but certainly not least is HSV's oldest restaurant, Big Spring Cafe. It's old, it's literally falling apart and it's just good old time burgers and dogs. It just breathes nostalgia.
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They're on both the al.com and Alabama Tourism lists of things to eat.
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Well that's just a short report on some of the good stuff I ate. It doesn't include a trip to Dreamland, a great traditional southern NY day lunch by my SIL and of course, the good stuff on the road.
 
I'll post links to my blog as I finish these up with more pictures, in depth reviews and some history.
 
Happy New Year to all.
DT
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