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Virtually every rider coming into Alaska, or leaving via the Alaska Hwy, will stop here going and/or coming. It's really good & if you give them a try you will prefer them to any other.Very good food, good service, decent prices (for Alaska), and right on the Alcan. When I mean serve yourself, you get everything yourself. They have chicken, turkey, beef, pork & there Brunswick stew is out of this world!!Great ride from scenic beach highway or the back roads on 98 thru beautiful Baldwin county makes a nice ride. The wife and daughter raved about the peanut butter pie. One on Oxmoor Road in Homewood and one on Hwy 280 in North Shelby county in the Inverness area. It is just north of downtown Guntersville and the airport. Only serves Omaha Prime steaks and farm raised catfish. The rustic restaurant is located about 1 mile north of Buck's Pocket Tri County State Park.Benedikt's is located on County Hwy 27 on the mountain between Springville and Oneonta. Great food for very little money at all three locations Bruce's is a meat and three buffet style restaurant. There is some beautiful roads to ride in the area around Guntersville Lake. It is located on property shared with a horse riding camp for handicapped children and proceeds help support the camp.
If you need something on the side, bags of chips are available; and the beverages of choice are Coca-Cola and a curiously tangy grape-flavored bubbly bug juice known as Grapico.
The quality of food (the owner thinks) is the draw for the restaurant. Service is outstanding and the friendly atmosphere is unsurpassed. Excellent ride through backroads of Alabama and Buck's Pocket Park. Ribs were a bit fatty and the menu is very limited. Long time LD riders RTE Just past Lavaca AL north of HWY 10 where it crosses the Tombigbee River.[Big Jim adds:] Nice little catfish house, food is about average atmosphere is quaint.[Note:] This is the original Ezell's, on the Tombigbee river, site of occasional organized RTE events.
On the banks of the Little Tallapoosa River just over the Georgia line in Graham, Alabama, Butler Mill sits on the grounds of a former cotton mill. Many other places with better ribs.[Food and Overall ratings averaged]Great little Catfish house overlooking the river... There used to be a place of the same name in Pelham, but it moved to Trussville and changed it's name to Ezell's Catfish Cabin.
Just the mention of this place makes our mouths water and we instantly start pining for another trip to Mickey's. The atmosphere is great, the food is great and inexpensive (try the Ozark Monte Christo), the service is enthusiastic and attentive, and unless you parachute in you can't get there without experiencing some of the finest riding in the country.
I'm giving this 5 stars in every category without hesitation. The folks that own and operate this place are very entertaining and the gentleman who cooked our food also did some magic tricks for my son.