Nicknamed ‘The Fountain City’ Prattville, Alabama is known for having many artesian wells. Only a 20-minute drive away from the state capital, Montgomery, it was founded in 1839 by architect Daniel Pratt. Today it’s a popular destination among golfers and has hosted the women’s professional golf tournament, Yokohama Tire LPGA Classic, for several years. Here are the best places to eat while you’re in town.
There are quite a few Mexican restaurants in Prattville, but Mexico Tipico is regularly sworn by locals to be the best. They’re open every day of the week, and the food rarely disappoints. The atmosphere is friendly, and the service is fast; two of the reasons why the place is so highly recommended and loved. In addition to authentic Mexican staples like tacos, fajitas and quesadillas, the restaurant serves delicious margaritas and drinks.
Mexico Tipico, 1870 E Main St, Prattville, AL, USA, +1 334 365 8677
Country’s Barbecue serves pork, chicken, ribs, and country cooking out of their three locations in Montgomery and Prattville. Their meats are cooked over a hickory and oak fire and sides include unique Southern favorites like bacon-cheese fries, BBQ onions, and fried dill pickles. Their sweet tea is some of the sweetest in the world, their lemonade is freshly squeezed, and their pies are made from scratch in their kitchen. They have some of the city’s most friendly staff, always making you feel at home, and the prices are affordable.
Country’s Barbecue, 130 N Memorial Dr, Prattville, AL, USA, +1 334 361 6904