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    Question About Tuscaloosa Post-Iron Bowl

    Ill be in the South end zone Saturday, checking "go to Iron Bowl" off my bucket list. But I have a question here. I'm headed back to Columbus to stay the night. But I thought I might hang around Tuscaloosa and watch the Egg Bowl or other games.

    Can y'all give me the best places to go to do that?

    Thx in advance and RTR.
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    Re: Question About Tuscaloosa Post-Iron Bowl

    Houndstooth and Innisfree would be my suggestions.
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    Re: Question About Tuscaloosa Post-Iron Bowl

    Houndstooth - closer than close to BDS.

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    The Innisfree will be a bit less crowded than The Houndstooth, most likely, since it's closer to downtown. Good place.
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    Re: Question About Tuscaloosa Post-Iron Bowl

    Quote Originally Posted by SavannahDare View Post
    The Innisfree will be a bit less crowded than The Houndstooth, most likely, since it's closer to downtown. Good place.
    It wasn't less crowded last weekend, but then again that wasn't normal circumstances.
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    Re: Question About Tuscaloosa Post-Iron Bowl

    Wilhagen's in Temerson Square. Much less crowded. A little off the strip but nearer most of the good restaurants. Wilhagen's also has really good food as well.

    Wing's U or Wing's are also really good places to watch a game.

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    Quote Originally Posted by selmaborntidefan View Post
    Ill be in the South end zone Saturday, checking "go to Iron Bowl" off my bucket list. But I have a question here. I'm headed back to Columbus to stay the night. But I thought I might hang around Tuscaloosa and watch the Egg Bowl or other games.

    Can y'all give me the best places to go to do that?

    Thx in advance and RTR.
    Will you be stopping by Brett's book signing?

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    Re: Question About Tuscaloosa Post-Iron Bowl

    Quote Originally Posted by Tide1986 View Post
    Will you be stopping by Brett's book signing?
    Where will that be? Is this the benevolent dictator?
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    Re: Question About Tuscaloosa Post-Iron Bowl

    Quote Originally Posted by Rama Jama View Post
    Wilhagen's in Temerson Square. Much less crowded. A little off the strip but nearer most of the good restaurants. Wilhagen's also has really good food as well.

    Wing's U or Wing's are also really good places to watch a game.
    Definitely vote for Wilhagen's...MUCH better place than the Houndstooth, which, since the renovation, has NO character and is a total dump of a warehouse that serves beer now. Avoid at all costs. Wilhagen's also happens to have pretty decent food and a great spirit selection, and beers that a lot of places don't have.
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