The spot on the Eastern Shore for great band and sola artists in the thriving Alabama music scene. Sandwiches and fantastic hamburgers. Funky and fun. All ages. Sister of Callaghan in Mobile.
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off the beaten path, smaller town bar feel with plenty of places to explore and enjoy the history,. This place fits in perfect to take a break in the day of site seeing around and enjoying the heritage.
Hadn't gone in awhile. Saw a cockroach on floor and then used bathroom and saw 3 more alive in there along with a box of dead ones next to vanity. We left and will not be going back. Realize its the south and bug friendly...More
Its been about 18 months or so since Manci's sold out and the new management took over. They have done a lot to fix up the old place while trying to keep true to Manci's very original and traditional flavor which endeared the place to...More
This is the first time we've come here for Sunday Brunch since Manci's has changed hands. The waitstaff was friendly and efficient, the decor is awesome (antiques abound!) and the food fantastic and reasonably-priced. We had two pets with us and sat outside in the...More
Just had drinks here, no food. Neat collection of antique stuff, especially the Jim Beam decanters - they have hundreds. Had a decent crowd, mix of ages. Someone playing guitar and singing, but not so loud that you couldn't have a conversation. Friendly bartenders.
I think I had a greater expectation from this place given the hype I have heard. Walking in we were greeted by tons of antique decor everywhere. I felt like I had walked into a pickers gold mine! However this particular night the dimly lit...More
Went for a late lunch with two friends - kitschy atmosphere, a true dive feel. Interesting memorabilia like matchbooks and decorative whiskey decanters. We were told to seat ourselves upon entry and sat at a booth in the rear. It took about 10 minutes to...More