Only gripe was the beer was a little pricey- $7 for a pint and the beer on special was out. Otherwise, the food is always good here. They struggled a little with a couple medium sized groups but our server was on top of all...More
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This historical bar was recommended to us by the hotel that we stayed at and we were looking forward to dining at this local eatery. The staff was nice. No issues there. The food was pretty typical bar food. No issues there. The problem -...More
My friend and I were in Anniston for the day in order to visit a few nearby attractions and to go to Calhoun Pickers. We asked for a lunch recommendation, and we were told the Peerless Saloon was good. The staff was friendly. We were...More
My wife and I showed up at 8:30 on a Wednesday night. The restaurant was not very crowded at all. We sat at the bar. There appeared to be four staff members working, none of whom said "hi", or "welcome" or anything. Very few of...More
The oldest saloon in Alabama never disappoints. We have tried practically everything on the menu here and have never been disappointed. The menu is diverse. They always have great specials. We have never had a bad server here either. Always friendly, outgoing and attentive.
This is a motorcycle ride destination for us. Always worth the trip from Birmingham. The food is good, plentiful, and reasonably priced. Start with the fried green tomatoes! We had the club sandwich and the pot roast. Both were delicious.
We shared a shrimp basket, the sirloin steak with coleslaw and blackeyed peas and a strawberry cake. All tasted very good. Prices are reasonable. Atmosphere is great just as our waitress Meghan who was super nice and helpful. Would definitely go back!
We will have to come back here every time our son has a band competition at JSU. We came back today because of our great experience last year. The food was delicious. Today, I had a fried green tomato with fried egg sandwich. We may...More