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Eating Like a Local in Huntsville: Lowe Mill Edition

Many of you might know that Lowe Mill is the largest privately owned arts facility in the United States, so it shouldn’t come as any surprise that it is a fantastic place to find unique food as well. 647 more words

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Favorite Chain Restaurants

It’s no secret we love supporting local businesses. If you’ve been following along for some time now, it’s apparent we’re always seeking out that next great local gem, searching for a unique dining experience, and encouraging you to do the same. 621 more words

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Finding Inspiration in Asheville

There’s one city we are always saying should be used as a model for cultural development in Huntsville: Asheville, North Carolina. This is one of those places where the phrase “If you know, you know” applies. 1,063 more words

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Introducing Five Points Huntsville

Five Points Huntsville is our project to showcase how history meets community in this charming area nestled between downtown Huntsville and Monte Sano. As residents and lovers of the neighborhood, we want to show off the charm and fantastic sense of community found here. 153 more words

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Eating Like a Local in Huntsville: Five Points Neighborhood Edition

One of our goals here at Eat Huntsville is to promote a sense of community. A big part of that involves supporting local restaurants and businesses. 493 more words

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Chuck Wagon Texas BBQ Expands To South Huntsville!

Exciting news, Huntsville! After 10 years of success at its Madison location, Chuck Wagon Texas BBQ is set to open a second restaurant in South Huntsville at Redstone Ridge Shopping Center. 813 more words

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Watches & Cars: A Display of Heritage and Mechanical Engineering in Huntsville

Recently, we were lucky enough to attend a very special event hosted by the British watch company Bremont and local jeweler Loring & Co. It’s not everyday that you get to hear about the history and inspiration behind a brand that produces world class mechanical watches from the founders themselves, and it was even more rare since it happened right here at home in Huntsville, Alabama. 208 more words

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