There is no doubt about it: Alabama is filled with great dining adventures. From fine dining to food trucks, from buffets to breakfast-only spots, the Yellowhammer State has it all.

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The restaurants across Alabama offer different styles of cuisine to attract the taste buds of locals and visitors.

Bite This! Food Review was elated to discover that Love Food ranked the most famous restaurant in every state. Delving into the rankings, we were delighted to find that an iconic Tuscaloosa gem secured its place on the list representing Alabama.

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How Did Love Food Arrive at Their Decision?

Love Food said their selections were “based on genuine user reviews, awards and accolades.” Also, the first-hand experience of their team.

“Famous for Its Good Old-Fashioned Hospitality and Lip-Smacking Ribs”

Representing Alabama as one of “the most famous restaurants in every state where you should dine at least once” is Dreamland BBQ.

“Legend has it that John 'Big Daddy' Bishop opened the first Dreamland Café in Tuscaloosa after praying for guidance: that night, God appeared in a dream and told him that he should build a café next to his home – and so John did,” said Love Food.

With 10 locations across the Southeast, its start was in Tuscaloosa in 1958. Click here for the mouth-watering menu.

Bite This! Recommendations

Full Slab (Take the remaining bones home for a snack)

OR the Large Legendary Chopped Pork Sandwich (Doc Style)

Baked Beans

Fried Okra

Banana Pudding (to go)

For the complete Love Food list of “the most famous restaurant in every state where you dine at least once,” click here.

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