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Tag: Dauphin Street

All Hail the Meat and Three

Deeply traditional and delightfully calorific, the meat and three reflects the resourcefulness and creativity of Southern cooks during hard times.

“911 Dauphin Street”

The search to uncover her great-grandmother’s past led Rhoda Melendez to uncover the history of the Protestant Orphans’ Asylum in Mobile and ignited her first novel.

Ask McGehee: Where did the name of the Leinkauf historic district originate?

That designated district, located south of Government Street, is named for the historic public school located on Church Street.

Restaurant Review: The Insider Food Hall

The Insider Food Hall brings a big-city concept to Dauphin Street.

Ask McGehee: What’s the history of the Girls’ Preparatory School of Mobile?

Girls’ Preparatory School would probably have enjoyed a long run, but the stock market crash and untimely death of the school's founder caused the institution to close its doors.

Restaurant Review: Debris Po Boys & Drinks

Louisiana meets lower Dauphin at Downtown Mobile's newest spot, Debris Po Boys & Drinks.

Restaurant Review: Mo’Bay Beignet Co.

Cozy up with coffee, fried dough and a pile of powdered sugar at Mo’Bay Beignet.

Dining on Dauphin

Three Downtown eateries come together in one kitchen to craft an unforgettable meal for a good cause.

Restaurant Review: Squid Ink Eclectic Eats and Drinks

LoDa's new gastropub offers a nod to Mobile's historic food culture.

Dauphin Street Grocer, circa 1900

Robert O. Harris poses before his grocery shop which, today, is the location of another Mobile staple.

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