The 205 Tuscaloosa, 6th Floor of the Homewood Suites : (205) 498-0089
Dine overlooking the Tuscaloosa Amphitheater in our Turf Room or grab a seat at the bar to watch a Crimson Tide retro game. Grab a reservation on Open Table or just take the elevator to the 6th Floor to enjoy local brews, specialty cocktails, and a burger with truffle fries. We also host group events such as graduation parties and our annual A-day Crawfish Boil.
The University of Alabama, Tuscaloosa, AL 35487 : (205) 348-6010
The University of Alabama is one of the most beautiful and historical establishments of the South. The university provides over 500 different organizations for its 33,000 students and is nationally ranked 129th overall.
Bama Theatre, 600 Greensboro Ave Tuscaloosa, AL 35401 : (205) 758-5195
If you are looking for something to do in walking distance of Homewood Suites Tuscaloosa, Bama Theater might be the perfect place for a night outing. It is a venue historical to Tuscaloosa that hosts productions presented by non-profit member organizations and community groups as well as concerts presented by outside promoters. These programs range from educational showcases to local and statewide art exhibits.
Bryant-Denny Stadium, 920 Paul W Bryant Dr Tuscaloosa, AL 35401 : (205) 348-3600
Being in Tuscaloosa means you must stop by what is arguably the most iconic monument not only to the land it is built on, but in the entire state of Alabama. Bryant-Denny Stadium is one of the largest and most prominent college football venues in the nation, as it has claimed 17 national championship titles.
Mercedes Benz US International Visitor’s Center, 1 Mercedes Dr Vance, AL 25490 : (205) 507-2252
If you are looking for something to do for an hour definitely tour Mercedes. For a low price of $5 per person you are able to walk through the plant while listening to the narrative of an informative guide. Make sure you call ahead as touring might be booked during your stay.
The Arboretum, Oliver Rd Tuscaloosa, AL 35404
If you are visiting with your furry, four-legged family member, the arboretum is a perfect outdoor space to take them. Years ago this space used to be a golf course and is now open for the public as walking grounds with beautiful trails through the woods and a big pond.
Paul Bryant Museum, 300 Paul W. Bryant Dr, Tuscaloosa, AL 3540 : (205) 358-4668
The University of Alabama’s football program is rooted with deep history and numerous titles; many from legend Paul Bryant. Making this exhibit a part of your football weekend is absolutely necessary.
Tuscaloosa Amphitheater, 2710 Jack Warner Pkwy Tuscaloosa, AL 35401 : (205)248-5280
Just behind the Homewood, some of the biggest artists in music come to this gorgeous outdoor music venue to perform. If you are visiting you might be surprised of who is playing during your stay. For being outdoors, the amphitheater holds some of the best outdoor acoustics.
The Avenue Pub, 405 23rd Ave Tuscaloosa, AL 35401 : (205)759-4900
With a really unique atmosphere and a menu that can cater to everyone, The Avenue Pub is a great hangout spot with friendly servers and quick service.
Chuck’s Fish, 508 Greensboro Ave Tuscaloosa, AL 35401 : (205) 248- 9370
Chuck’s Fish is one of Tuscaloosa’s best fine dining restaurants. Although Chuck’s Fish has a higher market price, the establishment holds a business casual feel. You can count on having a genuine, quality meal here with some of the best seafood imported from the Gulf.
Baumhower’s Restaurant, 500 Harper Lee Dr Tuscaloosa, AL 35404 : (205) 409-9922
With two locations close by, Baumhower’s is a great, kid-friendly restaurant where you can lay back and watch your favorite sport’s teams play. It’s location is conveniently close to the University of Alabama’s campus and the food menu has a little of everything listed so the whole family can enjoy.
Dreamland BBQ, 101 Bridge Ave Tuscaloosa, AL 35476 : (205) 343-6677
The same year that Paul “Bear” Bryant began coaching at Alabama, something else started in Tuscaloosa that would stay with the town forever. With an authentic southern taste that melts in your mouth, Dreamland’s legendary hickory-smoked pork are a must if you want to experience Tuscaloosa the ‘right’ way.
Mugshots Grill and Bar, 511 Greensboro Ave Tuscaloosa, AL 35401 : (205) 391-0572
The name matches the pictures on the walls. Mugshots is named after all who come inside its doors and enjoy their flavor-packed food. From juicy burgers with beer- battered fries to award- winning wings, there’s really no way one can go wrong when ordering from their diverse menu.
Stillman College, 3601 Stillman Blvd Tuscaloosa, AL 35401 : (205) 553- 5634
This accredited institute is a historically black, private liberal arts college with a number of notable alumnus’. This beautiful campus is just a walk from downtown Tuscaloosa and encourages their students to achieve academic, spiritual, ethical, and moral excellence.
The River Walk, 501 Jack Warner Pkwy Tuscaloosa, AL 35401
When the weather is nice, taking a walk alongside Tuscaloosa’s Black Warrior River is a way to put your mind at ease. The path trails through woods and outdoor areas that provide grills and benches that can make for a nice picnic.
Black Warrior Brewing Company, 2216 University Blvd Tuscaloosa, AL 35401 : (205) 248-7841
If you are looking for a laid back atmosphere and a place that has a large selection of unique, locally brewed beers, stop by Black Warrior. The brewery offers a variety of games including darts, corn hole, board games, and shuffleboard. If you find yourself in town on a Saturday, you can even tour the brewery.
Congratulations on locating the premier hotel club for parents and alumni of the University of Alabama. Roll Tide!
Homewood Suites by Hilton Tuscaloosa Downtown
2451 Jack Warner Parkway West
Tuscaloosa, Alabama 35401, USA
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