Quality Inn & Suites
150 W. I-65 Service Road
Mobile, AL 36608
Phone: (251) 343-4949
Fax: (251) 342-4752
The restaurant was opened under the name wings in 1981. The Alma Mater of Miami Dolphins was then treated at wings at that time. The concept of counter service restaurant grew into a chain of full service restaurant. I 1992 the first prototype restaurant was built in Wildwood shopping center in Brimingham. Four original wings restaurants were closed and five prototype restaurants were built subsequently. The restaurant serves traditional Americal cuisine and is worth a visit.
American Cafe's menu consists of a variety of pastas and thin crust gourmet pizzas, along with a variety of grilled entr�es and made-from-scratch soups, salads, and sandwiches.
Cafe and bakery offering a friendly enviroment to enjoy coffee, espresso, breads, bagels, pastries, soups, salads and gourmet sandwiches.
Enjoy the magic of seafood and steaks, cooked to perfection by expert chefs at Legacy Bar and Grill. The upscale dining space is frequented by a trendy crowd who return for the Pan Seared Scallops and the Rib-eye. Cocktails and live musicians add to the celebratory mood here. Finish off with a helping of the Pecan Pie or the rich Creme Brulee for a befitting end. Most of the ingredients are completely organic and grown on-site.
Fun and exciting, Rock & Roll Sushi is a rock 'n roll themed sushi bar and cocktail bar inside the entrance to Bel Aire Mall in Mobile.
Located just down the road from the Midtown Shopping Center, this family-owned restaurant offers the very best in Nepalese and Indian cuisine. Featuring a popular lunch buffet and an extensive dinner menu, Yak the Kathmandu Kitchen serves highly authentic dishes designed and cooked by a chef with over 15 years of experience. The menu offers a variety of vegetarian options and many of the dishes can be altered to appeal to different tastes. The decor is as authentic as the food, and was all brought directly from Nepal by the restaurant's owner. Comfortable, welcoming, and offering delicious dishes, Yak is Mobile's premier location for Nepalese and Indian food.
Located near downtown, this famous rib joint offers unforgettable barbecue. You are sure to love everything from the ribs to the tangy sandwiches and banana pudding. Make sure you come hungry!
One of the most popular barbecue chains in the state of Alabama, Dreamland Bar-B-Que is best known for its ribs and sauce. Its outlet in Mobile offers BBQ Ribs in the form of cut slabs and sandwiches. BBQ Wings and Pork Salad are other specialties. The menu is small and focuses on its signature items with only a selection of sides like baked beans and mac and cheese as accompaniments. Do not miss out on the potent and invigorating Big Daddy's Iced Tea that is served here.
Located in the heart of downtown Mobile. The China Doll features authentic Chinese cuisine.
A unique restaurant where you watch as your food is prepared. Featuring steak, seafood, sushi bar, and children's menu.
Located off of Old Shell Road in the midtown area of Mobile, Butch Cassidy's Cafe is a well established, family friendly restaurant. Opened in 1993 by Roy Seewer, the restaurant pays homage to the classic 1969 Robert Redford and Paul Newman movie, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid. This casual eatery offers reasonably priced dishes that run the gamut from burgers and fries to salads and nachos. Happy hour is from 3-7p with plenty of drink and appetizer specials.
The Italian Fisherman is a trusted name in Mobile's dining circles for its fine-quality Italian preparations that are consistent in their flavor. Striking a fine balance between veal, steaks and seafood, the menu offers a huge variety of meals. While the veal is most popular, the impeccable seafood comes a close second. The ambience in the restaurant is quite simple and its casual air lends a sense of comfort to the diner.