One and Only: Five Places to Eat Brunch in Tuscaloosa

Delicious and fun, brunch brings us together like no other meal. Its’s one of the few occasions that alcoholic beverages for breakfast aren’t just acceptable but encouraged. Mimosa, anyone? [K]

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One and Only: Lake Tuscaloosa

Whether you’re looking to get outside for an adventure, for a relaxing time on the water, or you simply want to stay cool amidst the rising Alabama heat index [K]

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One and Only: Lymanland (Water Skiing Heaven)

Hidden amidst the countryside of Duncanville, Alabama is what could be called water skier heaven, but what skiing aficionado Lyman Hardy named LymanLand USA when he built the lake [K]

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One & Only: Lake Nicol (& Stand Up Paddleboarding!)

Black Warrior SUP Championship on Lake Nicol Serene waters surround the city of Tuscaloosa and its county. Lake Tuscaloosa is the largest in the county, Lake Lurleen is a [K]

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Top Places to get Fried Chicken

  Shark’s Founded in Tuscaloosa, and expanding beyond our city limits, its not hard to see why. Shark’s fried chicken, ranging from tenders to liver and gizzards, you’re bound to [K]

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One & Only: Rama Jama’s

Rama Jama’s Every college town has that place that everyone has to eat before they graduate. Luckily for the University of Alabama, that list is nearly never ending with [K]

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One and Only: The Alcove

Alcove Tavern Voted one of the best college bars in America by Men’s Health, This brick beauty serves as cozy relief from the noise and constant party found on the [K]

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One and Only: Gallettes

If you know of Tuscaloosa, you know someone whose got a story or two that took place in this one & only Locale. You can drive around the strip [K]

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One & Onlys for Dad

Best places to Take Dad on Father’s Day Grill Master Dad Every Memorial Day, Fourth of July, and Labor Day, your father is smoking, grilling, and mastering the BBQ [K]

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One and Only: Bama Theatre

Bama Theatre Construction started in 1937, with the Great Depression in full swing, President Roosevelt enacted the Public Works Administration; a government program that worked to increase employment, and [K]

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One & Only: Paul R Jones Gallery

A tidy, tan shop front in the heart of downtown Tuscaloosa hosts one of the world’s largest collections of 20th century African-American art. In 2008 the late Paul Jones [K]

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One & Only: Live at the Plaza

Looking for a weekend event that the entire family can enjoy? Live at the Plaza is just that. Due to last year’s tremendous success, the Tuscaloosa City Council approved [K]

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