Where To Eat

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Where to Eat in Clay County & East Alabama

Visit the websites of the establishments listed below. We think you’ll find some wonderful places to eat and dine.

Reds Catfsih Cabin Cragford Alabama
Red’s Catfish Cabin

Red’s Catfish Cabin overlooks 11 acres of catfish ponds in Rural Clay County. It began with the idea of raising enough catfish in the surrounding ponds to support the restaurant. Red’s serves more than 1200 lbs. of fried catfish every week. Folks frequently drive from Montgomery, Birmingham, Atlanta and other areas to sample its menu of mouth-watering fried catfish, hushpuppies, fries and slaw. Listed in the Alabama Dept. of Tourism 100 Dishes To Eat Before You Die brochure. Go>Learn More

Cheaha Mountain Restaurant
Cheaha Mountain Restaurant

Open year round, the Cheaha Mountain Restaurant is known for its panoramic dining room view of the Talladega National Forest and the valley below. Dress is casual. Country cooking at its best. Breakfast Buffet is served in season and every weekend. You’ll enjoy this wonder at the top of Alabama. Go>Learn More

Partner's Pit BBQ Lineville Alabama
High Points Coffee & Books

High Points Coffee & Books is on the Square in Ashland, Alabama in the oldest brick building in town. Listed in the Alabama Dept. of Tourism 100 Dishes To Eat Before You Die brochure. Historical photos are displayed on walls, and works by local artists are shown. Many used books for sale or just browsing/reading. Coffee and bagels are available from 7:30 until 10 a.m., and salads/sandwiches/soup are served daily except Sunday and Monday. Signature Dish: Melvine’s Chicken Salad.  Go>Learn More

Partner's Pit BBQ Lineville Alabama
Partner’s Pit BBQ

Partner’s is known in Clay County as “the finest place for Southern-style barbecue.” Prepared to order and served with all the fixins’, Partner’s Pit BBQ is served with selections of baked beans, cole slaw, macaroni and potato salad or its special recipe Brunswick Stew. Lunch specials can be enjoyed in a friendly, relaxed family-oriented atmosphere. Group rooms available with advance notice.  Go>Learn More

More links to places to dine in Clay County, Alabama

Miss Anita’s Cafe – subs, sandwiches, family dining. About halfway between Lineville and Ashland on AL-9. 256-396-9101.
Hometown One Stop – This may be a gas station and convenience store, but they have some of the best food in town. Stop in for a biscuit in the morning. 89372 Highway 9, Lineville, AL 36266. 256-396-5176.
Just a Little Frosting – fresh baked goods, cupcakes, cakes, sandwiches.  About halfway between Lineville and Ashland on AL-9. 256-354-3337.  Facebook page.
Lineville Food Shop – 89395 Highway 9, Lineville, AL 36266. 256-396-5674
Subway of Lineville – 20 Hwy 48, Lineville, AL 36266. 256-396-1065
The Fish Horn: Sells Seafood and specialty food. 86803 Highway 9, Lineville, AL 36266

More links to places to visit and eat at in East Alabama

Chambers County Visitors Site: At just over 600 square miles in area Chambers County, Alabama, is located on the state line between Georgia and Alabama and is situated at the approximate halfway point along the border shared by the two states. And the famed Chattahoochee River runs through it, offering unlimited scenic and recreational attractions. Our area offers diverse economic and entrepreneurial opportunities, bountiful natural resources and an engaging lifestyle. You’ll never grow tired of exploring the potential!

Greater Valley Area: Also covers Chambers County. Midway between Montgomery and Atlanta on the vital I-85 Corridor, the Greater Valley Area is four cities in three counties in two states. Our cities of LaFayette, Lanett and Valley are in Chambers County, Alabama, and West Point is in both Troup and Harris counties in Georgia.

Cherokee County Chamber of Commerce: We are nestled in the quiet countryside of northeast Alabama, and centrally located in the ABC Triangle of Atlanta, Birmingham and Chattanooga. On any given day you’ll see the farmers at work in their fields; families together at campgrounds; children’s sporting events; fishing from boats and backyard piers; water skiing; boating; sailing; canoeing; hiking and hunting. Whether you’re coming for business or fun, we have plenty of space for you. Come Explore!

Cleburne County Chamber of Commerce: The Southern Gateway to the Appalachians.

Randolph County Chamber of Commerce: Located in the heart of East Central Alabama and home to scenic Lake Wedowee, our area is filled with a myriad of natural beauty and recreational activities. One visit to Randolph County and you will be hooked. You will find yourself delighted with the beauty of the area and the warmth of the people. Come discover the possibilities. Discover Randolph County!

Greater Talladega/Lincoln Area Chamber of Commerce: We’re full of activities for the whole family to enjoy. Mount Cheaha provides its visitors and residents with spectacular scenery and is convenient to larger towns and cities. Talladega is home to the Talladega National Forest and Talladega Superspeedway. This well-known area of Alabama is a great place to visit or live.

Alexander City Chamber of Commerce (Tallapoosa County): “Alex City,” and the Lake Martin area, offer an abundance of opportunities to absorb the beauty of this incredible place and enjoy family time together. We’re home to Lake Martin, the largest lake in Alabama, with 44,000 acres of sparkling blue water and more than 750 miles of pristine shoreline. And lots more! Come and visit soon.

Tour East Alabama: This website covers eight (8) counties in east Alabama: Chambers, Cherokee, Clay, Cleburne, Coosa, Randolph, Talladega, and Tallapoosa. Enjoy your visit to East Alabama!