The best sports lodge in Huntsville, AL serving made from scratch food, local craft beer, and HD views in every direction.
Join Us for Our Country Lunch Buffet, Sunday Champagne Brunch and Live Music!
Hopper’s Bar and Grill is serving up down-home country cooking every Friday for lunch from 11 am until 2 pm. One price includes beverage, soup/salad bar, an array of vegetables and desserts.
On Sundays, come relax with a mimosa or a glass of champagne from 11 am until 2 pm for our Sunday Champagne Brunch which features made-to-order omelets and waffles along with all the traditional sides.
Happy hour features live acoustic music on Wednesday, Friday and Saturday and the opportunity to wind down your day in our newly, beautifully renovated lounge area with a completely stocked bar featuring all of your favorites.
Named the “Best Mexican Restaurant in Huntsville,” Rosie’s Cantina is a fun and festive atmosphere for casual family dining. Serving honest, handmade Tex-Mex favorites, as well as innovative house specialties, Rosie’s atmosphere, is filled with unique works of art, antiques from Old Mexico, and upbeat music. Relax by our beautiful fountain surrounded by Mexican architecture. A full-service bar features Rosie’s famous Margarita Menu, an extensive collection of Mexican beers, tequilas, select wines, and martinis. Our Mambo Taxi is legendary! Locally owned and operated since 1995, Rosie’s is a Huntsville tradition. Join us and experience “Flavors Fantasticos!”
Lunch Specials daily until 4 pm
HOURS OF OPERATION:
Mon – Thurs 11 am – 9 pm
Fri – Sat 11 am – 10 pm
Bridge Street Town Centre is the premier mixed-use lifestyle center in Huntsville, Alabama. Featuring over 80 upscale shops and restaurants, the 232-room Westin Huntsville Hotel, a 150-room Element by Westin hotel, a 14-screen Cinemark movie theater, and a six-story office tower. The property also features a customer service center, carousel, fountains and lots of green open spaces.
The center is located in Cummings Research Park at the intersection of Old Madison Pike, Interstate 565, and Research Park Boulevard (Alabama State Route 255).
Bridge Street offers a wide variety of shops and restaurants. Among them are Altar’d State, Anthropologie, Apple, Bar Louie, Barnes and Noble, Bath and Body Works, Bed Bath and Beyond, Belk, Cantina Laredo, Connors Steak & Seafood, DSW Shoes, Francesca’s, Gap, H&M, Mountain High Outfitters, P.F. Chang’s, Sephora, The Melting Pot, Victoria’s Secret and other boutique shops.
The Premiere Thai Restaurant in Huntsville
TripAdvisor Certificate of Excellence 2015–2019 Winner
Serving the best Thai cuisine in town, Phuket has made a name for itself with its tremendous menu that ranges from sushi, curry entrees, rice dishes and noodle bowls to pad Thai, satays, steaks, seafood and more. Stop by today and indulge in an affordable and irresistible lunch or dinner at Phuket and taste the difference for yourself!
Hours of Operation:
Mon – Fri 11 am – 2 pm
Sun – Thurs 5 pm – 9 pm, Fri – Sat 5 pm – 10 pm
Since opening its doors in 1970, nearly 16 million people have toured the Center. The vast majority of those visitors have been from out of state or from foreign nations. Many of the more than 550,000 annual visitors are school students on field trips to their future. Dozens of interactive exhibits encourage visitor participation, prompting one official to note: “Here, everyone can be an astronaut for the day!”
Home to Space Camp® and Aviation Challenge® Camp, the U.S. Space & Rocket Center (USSRC) is the most comprehensive U.S. manned spaceflight hardware museum in the world. Its large rocket and space hardware collection is valued in the tens of millions of dollars. From America’s first satellite, Explorer I, to next generation space vehicles like Sierra Nevada’s Dream Chaser, the museum showcases the past, present and future of human spaceflight.
The USSRC is more than just artifacts! Experience the physics of astronaut training like never before in simulators like Space Shotand G-Force. Our Spacedome IMAX® Theater transports you to different worlds with amazing documentary films like Hubble, and live demonstrations in the Discovery Theater will have you seeing space science in a whole new light. There’s always something happening at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center!
National Historic Landmark Saturn V Moon Rocket
Pathfinder – the world’s only full-stack space shuttle display
Apollo 16 Command Module
Skylab Orbital Workshop
Apollo 12 Moon Rock
Huntsville Botanical Garden
Spring, summer, fall, or winter – the Garden is an oasis of natural beauty in every season!
Open year-round, the Huntsville Botanical Garden has 112 acres to explore, learn, and discover the beauty and wonder of plants. From grassy meadows to woodland paths, aquatic habitats to stunning floral collections, the Garden invites guests of all ages to make memories together in nature.
On a visit to the Garden, you can stroll along the nature trails while admiring collections of Alabama’s native plants. If you visit with little ones, head to the Children’s Garden for play, pretend, and hands-on learning. From May through September, you won’t want to miss seeing over 1,000 brightly colored butterflies the nation’s largest open-air butterfly house. Finally, at the end of the day, you can find a moment of serenity in the cool shade of the trees, surrounded by the sounds of nature.
The beautiful Guest Center features additional amenities to make your trip extra special, including recommendations for dining and a gift shop with a hand-picked selection of unique items for your own home and garden.
With additional events, exhibits, and programs happening throughout the year, the Garden is a place of beauty, education, and celebration for all in every season.
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Garden Members: Free
Children 3-17: $9
Children 2 and Under: Free
Seniors (55+): $12
Military Personnel with ID: $12
Group Rate (10 or more):
Children 3-17: $8
Group reservations must be made in advance by calling 256-830-4447 or emailing firstname.lastname@example.org
Before you even walk through the door, you know you’re going to be transported to a wonderful place. Charlie Foster’s mission is to raise awareness around hiring people with special needs and gifts. They also brew a very fine cup of coffee and make a mean breakfast sandwich. All of what you’ll experience at Charlie Foster’s leaves you feeling a little bit better about the world.
The Brewpub is part of the Brewers Cooperative consisting of Good People Brewing Company, Avondale Brewing Company, Straight To Ale Brewing and Druid City Brewing Company. The 10,000-square-foot facility makes beer, spirits, and wine for on-site consumption. In addition to brewpub fashioned suds, the location offers its four collaborators’ beers. The kitchen serves up made-from-scratch “American comfort food.”
Where family tradition meets modern Mediterranean cuisine. Offering a variety of Mediterranean favorites, rich with a variety of spices and ingredients that make each dish pop with flavor. From baba ghanoush to shawarma and falafel to kafta kebobs, their rotating weekly specials and customizable menus are offered in a fast-casual setting. Enjoy a classic Mediterranean dish or build your own to your liking by selecting your desired protein, fresh vegetables, sides, and sauces. Vegan, vegetarian, and gluten-free options are readily available.
BARK & BARREL BBQ
Bold Alabama Barbecue with a foodie twist. Bark & Barrel serves up house-smoked wings, turkey, BBQ, homemade chips, great sides, and yes, even smoked chocolate chip cookies. Did we mention they have specials like their coveted Brisket French Dip?! Follow on Facebook for daily specials. Or, just show up because whatever you order will be perfection!
OSCAR MOON’S MILKSHAKE BAR & ICE CREAM SHOPPE
Oscar Moon’s is the country’s most soulful shake shop! Featuring milkshakes, floats and ice cream, the experience is a nod to 50s soda-counter-culture. But with Motown music pumping, disco balls spinning & spontaneous sing-alongs happening, it’s becoming a timeless tradition.
Eat. Drink. Shop. Unwind!
In the century-old building that was once all work and no play, the reimagined Stovehouse complex is now manufacturing leisure.
The old factory is being transformed into a village of eclectic restaurants, gourmet cocktail & coffee bars, event & entertainment spaces, boutique shopping, offices and more.
A comfortably swanky bar sits at the heart of the food garden at Stovehouse, a mixed-use development. The unique round bar is the first of its kind in Huntsville, serving cocktails, wine, and beer with a large screen, showing movies and sports daily. The first rooftop bar in Huntsville also offers a wrap-around patio with fans and heaters, making this outdoor seating area comfortable year-round.
The Huntsville/Madison County Convention & Visitors Bureau (CVB) is a non-profit 501(c)(6) organization which was developed in 1970 to create economic growth for Huntsville/Madison County by marketing the city as a top-of-mind convention and visitor destination. Today, we have 14 full-time employees working in all facets of sales, marketing, group coordination and public relations.
As the official city/county agency which promotes the area as a tourist destination and convention site, the CVB partners with an array of hospitality industry partners to market our destination to visitors of all types.
With funding from dedicated lodging and liquor taxes, the CVB operates with a$2 million budget annually. A 9-member board of directors, including two ex-officio members, made up of diverse business leaders oversees the programs and policies of the CVB.
The Von Braun Center (VBC), known as the Von Braun Civic Center (VBCC) until 1997, is a multi-purpose indoor arena, meeting, and performing arts complex, with a maximum arena seating capacity of 10,000, located in Huntsville, Alabama. The original facility debuted in 1975 and has undergone several significant expansions since opening.
The VBC, in addition to the arena, features multiple exhibit halls, a concert hall, a playhouse and many other facilities, for meetings and exhibits.
Clinton Row is an innovative
mi ed-use space comprised of over 20 storage units repurposed into hyper-local retail shops and startup offices. Offering a wide variety of eclectic creations, Clinton Row provides a unique retail experience at the high visibility intersection of Clinton Avenue and Jefferson Street.
Merchandise ranges from vintage records to men’s and women’s clothing to locally and regionally made art. The
shops are located in the Quigley Entertainment District, allowing patrons to enjoy their favorite beverage as they browse Clinton Row’s offerings. In addition, Redstone Federal Credit Union’s first Downtown ATM is located at Clinton Row.
Current businesses include: Clachic Boutique, In Bloom, Clinton Row Gifts, Carol Foret Gallery, Echo Records, 81 Home Gifts and Glam, and more.
Come out and shop local in
Downtown Huntsville, Inc. is a membership organization committed to creating a vibrant, diverse and economically sustainable downtown Huntsville. It’s partner organization, Downtown Charitable Fund, is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit formed in 2004 that supports downtown development efforts of the city through donations and private investments. Each entity has its own board of directors with five members serving on both boards.
14-Person Pedal-Powered & Motor-Assisted Party Trolley
Sunday – Monday; Noon – 10 p.m.
Rocket City Rover is the most unique and enjoyable way to explore
Downtown and Westside Huntsville!
Bring your friends and make new friends while visiting the area’s pubs, microbreweries, restaurants, attractions, historic sites, and more.
Design your own out-of-this-world experience or let them handle the details!