Uncle Mick’s Cajun Café
For a casual dining experience made perfect with Cajun cooking, Uncle Mick’s in downtown Prattville is the place to go. Their menu consists of fresh Southern Louisiana dishes, cooked from scratch and served by the cup, bowl or plate. If the more exotic choices on the menu like crawfish or alligator sound scary, you have the option of sampling all of the entrées before paying, which is one of the best things about the restaurant. A family-friendly establishment, Uncle Mick’s has been a Prattville favorite for many years.
Uncle Mick’s Cajun Café, 136 W Main St, Prattville, AL, USA, +1 334 361 1020
Chappy’s is a local Alabama deli, which has become a staple since opening in 1989. The restaurant is known for mixing New York flavors with Southern hospitality and has a total of 5 locations: Prattville, Auburn and three in Montgomery. You’ll find the Prattville deli in the High Point Town Center, off Cobbs Ford Road, where it serves fresh country eggs and buttermilk pancakes for breakfast and signature grilled sandwiches, soup combos and fresh salads for lunch and dinner. One of the best things about Chappy’s Deli is that kids under six years old always eat free, and there’s free ice cream too.
Chappy’s Deli, 585 Pinnacle Place Prattville, AL, USA, +1 334 290 3313
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
Fat Boy’s Bar-B-Que Ranch
Fat Boy’s Bar-B-Que Ranch is a popular caterer known for their slow-cooked meats. The restaurant is located downtown on the banks of Autauga Creek. It’s a casual local favorite, with a friendly atmosphere and iconic flavors, a result of their style of cooking over natural hickory and mesquite woods. They have a variety of meats from smoked chicken and turkey to beef brisket and barbecue pork, and dishes include plates, sandwiches, salads and baked potatoes. There are also great sides and desserts, which are all made from scratch.
Smith-Byrd House Tea Room
If you love tea and want to enjoy the afternoon losing track of time with friends, Smith-Byrd House Tea Room is the perfect place. Located within the Smith-Byrd Bed & Breakfast in the Daniel Pratt Historic District, the tea room serves sandwiches, scones, and more than 100 different loose teas from around the world. With a casual and comfortable Victorian atmosphere that takes you back in time, it’s one of the most special treats Prattville has to offer. Also visit the gift shop, which sells linens, books, teas, and precious little items.
The Boat House Caribbean Restaurant
For Caribbean-flavored seafood in a family-friendly atmosphere, The Boat House Caribbean Restaurant is Prattville’s best place to go. It’s conveniently located on Highway 14 off Exit 181, and the prices won’t break your wallet. It’s closed on Mondays, but open every other day of the week and serves both lunch and dinner. The menu includes salads, burgers, fish platters, jerk chicken, fajitas, and seafood baskets of fried or grilled shrimp, oysters, catfish, and tilapia.
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
Jim’s is a Southern-style restaurant, which is family-owned and operated. Established in 1958, they cook authentic dishes and serve them with true Southern hospitality. The menu includes traditional favorites like hot dogs, catfish, burgers, fried appetizers, gizzards, Buffalo wings, and homemade pies. Open seven days a week from early morning to late evening, it’s one of the most convenient local restaurants with a family-friendly atmosphere.
Jim’s Restaurant, 1504 S Memorial Drive, Prattville, AL, USA, +1 334 365 7231
Queen Meats & Wine
Like its name suggests, Queen Meats & Wine is a local Prattville butcher and wine shop, which also serves lunch daily from 11AM to 2PM. It’s located on Highway 82, making it one of the best places in town for a quick drop-in lunch. The menu includes sandwich options, each served with a drink and chips; like Buffalo chicken, roast beef, turkey French dip, and pimento cheese. With a grocery selection that goes beyond fresh meats and wine, you can also get some food shopping done while on your lunch break.
Queen Meats & Wine, 207 Highway 82 Byp W, Prattville, AL, USA, +1 334 356 8153
Prattville Country Club Restaurant
For a finer dining experience, head to the Prattville Country Club’s restaurant. It’s on Highway 82 Bypass, just minutes away from downtown Montgomery, and it’s perfect for special occasions or nice family dinners. In addition to the restaurant, the club has a golf course, swimming pool, and fitness center. Though more on the upscale side, the restaurant still serves a relaxed menu and has a casual, welcoming atmosphere. Alongside daily dishes, including sandwiches, salads, and burgers, they also have an excellent selection of weekly specials.