Chez Fonfon is the city's French reference point nestled in the heart of Five Points South. Launched in 2000 by Chris Mancill, Frank Stitt and Pardis ... More
Chez Fonfon is the city's French reference point nestled in the heart of Five Points South. Launched in 2000 by Chris Mancill, Frank Stitt and Pardis Stitt, it recreates the classic bistro experience that transports you to the sidewalks of Paris. The menu features specialties such as steak tartare, croque monsieur, duck confit, grilled sausages, chicken liver tartine and beef tongue. The list of libations sees an impressive selection of spirits and wine exclusively supplied from estates across Loire, Provence and Rhone. The decor is a thoughtful assemblage of gaslights, furniture and antiquities sourced from France, with an underlying back-story. Enjoy a game or two at the boule pitch in the courtyard.
Extended Stay America Birmingham Wildwood is designed specifically for people who need more than just a room while away from
home. In addition to the sofa sleeper, comfortable arm chair, and large work desk, the oversized studio suites feature ...
The Original Pancake House offers breakfast and lunch in a bustling yet relaxed atmosphere. The decor is that of a
breakfast diner, albeit on a very grand scale. The two dining areas can (and often do) accommodate great crowds ...
Located near the UAB campus and medical centers, Al's serves American and Mediterranean food in a casual atmosphere 24 hours
a day, 7 days a week. The service is fast, and the portions are large. Al's is a diner ...