Whether you’ve got a hankering for brisket, ribs or pulled pork, few things hit the spot like a heaping helping of Alabama barbecue. When you’re visiting Foley, order up your favorite barbecue dish with a side of Southern hospitality (and maybe a little banana pudding for dessert).

{ Day 1 }

Get your stretchy pants out for dinner at Down South BBQ. Open Tuesday through Saturday, barbecue is smoked low and slow. Order up a complete meal to go or dine in. While barbecue is the spotlight, don’t miss out on the Jalapeno Cracklin’ Cornbread. You can even order whole smoked Boston butts for the road. After all, what could be better than taking a little Alabama barbecue back home with you? However, be prepared: Down South Barbecue accepts cash and checks only, no credit cards.

19891 County Road 10 • 251-955-6622

{ Day 2 }

Top off your two-day Foley barbecue journey with a stop at Moe’s Original Bar-B-Que. Moe’s is an Alabama barbecue experience and offers a Southern soul food revival. Begin your dinner with Moe Nachos. These house-fried chips are topped with pulled smoked pork or chicken, nacho cheese, red onions, pickled jalapenos, barbecue sauce and white sauce. Once your appetite is primed, try the sliced smoked turkey with barbecue sauce, white sauce and pickles. Family packs are available if you need to hit the road.

20733 Miflin Road • 251-923-0079

{ Foley BBQ & Blues Cook-Off }

While we’re talking about Foley barbecue, we can’t leave out the annual BBQ & Blues Cook-off held each year in March. One of the largest festivals in Foley, Alabama, the festival attracts corporate and individual teams who compete for bragging rights in several categories. Join us for good food and great live entertainment.