By now you’ve probably heard about the Downtown Craft Beer Trail and the new Downtown Craft Coffee Trail.
We’ve decided to put a spin on those and put together three mini Eat Huntsville trails.
These places are close in proximity so you aren’t running all over town for food and coffee.
Eat Huntsville Weekend Food Trails
Since Lowe Mill is open until 8 on Fridays, hit up Mountain Valley Pizza, aka the secret pizza window, for some of the BEST pizza in Huntsville. We recommend the Greek or Margherita. Using door 4 will be the easiest way to find this hidden gem.
While you’re at Lowe Mill pop on over to Pizzelle’s for chocolates, ice cream, or mini cakes. Word has it they’re now offering milkshakes!
The Moon Bakeshop is a must for us on Saturdays since they are not open on Sundays. Try to score yourself the highly coveted cruffin or egg muffin and try one of their delicious coffee drinks. Switch it up by adding one of their house-made syrups if you’re looking for an extra treat.
Pop into Oshi Poke for a poke bowl or sushi roll. We love the mango albacore and sea fog bowls with brown rice and arugula. If sushi is your jam, try the crunch roll.
Piper and Leaf recently opened their third Huntsville location at the newly renovated Constitution Park. This is a great spot to stop in for a refreshing tea to beat the summer heat.
Feeling hungry? Check out The Camp’s permanent food trucks Mucha Lucha for tacos and The Feed for fried chicken. Make a stop at the bar if you’re craving a cocktail, beer, or a glass of wine.
Are you vegan or vegetarian or just looking for something healthy to eat? Hippea Camper and The Veggie are NOT to be missed! Last week we got the buffalo cauliflower wrap, and it was better than we could have imagined!