One of the many things we love about Huntsville is that there’s always something new happening around here, and that includes lots of great new places to eat popping up all over the place. We’re going to take a quick look at some of the most recent additions to the culinary scene in Huntsville, with a venue to suit every palette.
Café 420 Bar and Grill
Situated at 2004 Pulaski Pike NW, this is a bar, so customers must be over 21 years of age. Café 420 opens between 10am and 11pm from Monday to Friday and then from 8am to 11pm on Saturday and Sunday.
One of the popular items on the menu is the Burger Basket, and it’s something you need to try at least once. The ever-friendly Glisa and Kyla are always there to offer up great food and drinks. Smokers are welcome too, so you won’t feel like a social outcast for the first time in years. Entertainment is on offer thanks to a great ambience, multiple TVs, pool tables and a respectable selection of video games.
There’s been a bit of a monopoly on Korean food in Huntsville for the last little while, but Big Oh’s on Northside Square looks set to change that. The first thing you need to know about this restaurant is that you can dine indoors, or outdoors in the patio area, depending on the weather. This obviously adds an extra dimension to the dining experience on offer here.
You might think that any restaurant serving Korean food might have a menu limited to that, but at Big Oh’s you can enjoy everything from Bulgogi and Korean BBQ chicken, all the way through to their Boomer Burger, or even a quesadilla.
House of Kabob
The tastes of Persia have winged their way to Huntsville now thanks to the House of Kabob. This new restaurant located on 1212 Sparkman Dr NW serves up a full range of Afghan-inspired food in the form of kabobs (called kebabs in Europe), plus a range of other tasty dishes. It’s a good idea to be more conscious of the quality of food you put into your body, and the House of Kabob makes that far easier because every meal served here is guaranteed MSG and GMO free.
You can get a lamb and chicken kabob (Bakhtiari) for under $10, or a bowl of wholesome barley soup for just $2.99, with a delicious salad costing just $2.99, too. The staff are always friendly, so your food is served in a welcoming atmosphere. The House of Kabob can also provide catering for your party or office event, so you bring the flavors of the Far East into your home or office.
Keep an eye on our blog for more updates on new restaurants and venues opening in the Huntsville area over the next few months, and well into next year.