What Tuscaloosa, Alabama Dish Would Make the Perfect Last Meal?
Imagine that you got a message that you had to leave Alabama in 48 hours. You would be scrambling to get things done and for you go. It’s a crazy time. The list of things to take care of is endless. You name it; it’s on the list like banking, medical stuff, school, find a new place to live, friends, family, and more.
In those 48 hours, you must carve out some special time to enjoy your last “Alabama” meal. What would that meal be? Click here and let me know and I will add it to the list.
My pick is from Nick’s in the Sticks
Steak, onion rings, and a Nicodemus from Nick’s in the Sticks. Plus, the atmosphere is amazing, and the staff is incredible.
The meatloaf dinner with some mashed potatoes.
A rack and white bread from OG Dreamland.
One of every item from the menu.
A Big Ole’ Ribeye with all fixings would make a great last meal.
The only thing that matters in life is a 3 piece catfish combo.
You can’t leave Tuscaloosa without having a National Championship Burger. It’s “18oz of Beef, 2 Slices of Cheese, 2 Strips of Bacon, Onion Rings, Dill Pickle Spear.”
Brisket quesadilla from central with like, 12 Paloma's.
The penne pasta with chicken and vegetables plus 12 Hemingway daiquiris. (The memories)
Hands down, several bowls of the Fajita gumbo. Maybe even a few containers to go as well.
Please give us 20 servings of the Jalapeno Cheese Dip.
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