Huntsville’s food scene has exploded over the past couple of years. From food trucks to Tex-Mex, sushi to sustainable local markets, here is where you’ll want to eat as soon as possible.
Grab a Bite
Gone are the days of chain-food only options. With the influx of tech savvy YP’s, biotech industry and advanced manufacturing, the options for local dining (and drinking) options are practically endless.
100 Things to Eat in Huntsville in 2016– Our bucket list of what to eat and drink in Huntsville this year.
Food Trucks Guide– We love the intersection of food and wheels- make sure you try one (or all) of our many food trucks!
Breweries Guide– With the highest per capita volume of breweries in the Southeast U.S., you are sure to find a local favorite.
Huntsville Harvest Guide– Our guide to locally grown and crafted foods and more!
5 BBQ joints that are finger-linking, bone-pinking good!
- New Market BBQ
- Ole Hickory
Chefs of Note
As Huntsville’s local food choices grow, so do our options for excellent chefs making Huntsville home.
- James Boyce– Cotton Row, Commerce Kitchen, Pane e Vino Pizzeria; two-time Mobil Five Star Award Winner; James Beard Award Semifinalist
- LeeLee Wiginton– Lyn’s Gracious Goodness; winner of “Cutthroat Kitchen”
- Wenona Moorer– Grandmothers House; featured on the TV show “Chopped”
More Food Resources
Huntsville Eats– Follow a local engineer (what else?) on her quest to “eat well, eat local”.
Now Open– Our handy list of recently opened restaurants in Huntsville.
CVB Restaurant List– An up-to-date list of area restaurants.