Farm to Table Restaurants around Mobile AL

Top Farm To Table Restaurants in Mobile Alabama

The term farm-to-table can mean different things. Traditionally, farm-to-table means that the food served comes directly from a particular farm, without first going to a store. Farm-to-table typically means that the food is served directly on the farm where it is produced. Other phrases people use to describe farm-to-table include locally sourced or farm fresh. 

The idea of farm-to-table food is extended to restaurants that are not necessarily on farms but shop locally. They are more conscientious about where they source their products. Usually, restaurants will form close relationships with specific farms and purchase directly from them.

Farm-to-table restaurants promote a sustainable approach to agriculture and dining. They intend to serve the highest quality and fresh food.

Related Reading: Top Restaurants in the Mobile area

The Noble South: A taste of the South

The Noble South: A taste of the South

Chris Rainosek is the owner of The Noble South and the head chef, and he was born and raised in Mobile, Alabama. Since 2014, The Noble South has been bringing together farm-fresh local ingredients to create traditional Southern dishes. The Noble 

South’s use of fresh local ingredients means that the menu is constantly changing.

The Noble South is open for lunch Tuesday through Friday from 11 am until 2 pm. For dinner, they are open Tuesday through Saturday from 5 pm until 10 pm. They are closed on Sundays.


Phone: (251) 690 – 6824

Address: 203 Dauphin St. Mobile, AL 36602


farm to table restaurants in Mobile AL -Dauphin’s

Dauphin’s opened in 2016, and since then, they have been committed to providing Mobile residents with an upscale dining experience. Located at the top of the RSA Trustmark Bank Building, Dauphin’s is the perfect place to enjoy dinner with a view. They use locally sourced ingredients, including meats, seafood, and produce, to create their dishes.

Dauphin’s is open Monday through Friday from 11 am until 9 pm and 10 pm on Fridays. They are open on weekends, on Saturday from 4 pm until 10 pm and on Sundays for 

brunch from 11 am until 3 pm.


Phone: (251) 444 – 0200

Address: 107 St Francis St Suite 3400, Mobile, AL 36602


Locals farm to table restaurants in Mobile AL

Locals was opened with the dream of using fresh local ingredients to create the best burger ever. Their menu features a unique build your own burger section with fresh bread baked daily, your choice of protein, including options of grass-fed beef, lamb, bison, wild game, pork, or cage-free chicken, and your choice of cheese local made in Elberta, Alabama. 

Locals is open Tuesday through Saturday from 11:30 am until 3 pm and 5 pm until 10 pm. They are closed on Sundays and Mondays. 


Phone: (251) 517 – 7225 

Address: 312 Fairhope Ave, Fairhope, AL

The Hope Farm 

The Hope Farm

The Hope Farm focuses on sustainability, working to grow food that minimizes its negative environmental impact. The farm features several growing environments, including hydroponics, raised beds, and an orchard. They make gourmet mushrooms grown on the farm, allowing them to offer unique varieties that are not available in the area. 

The Hope Farm is open Tuesday to Thursday from 4 pm until 10 pm and until 11 pm on Fridays. On Saturdays, they are open from 11 am until 11 pm and from 11 am until 8 pm on Sundays. They close on Mondays. 


Phone: (251) 340 – 3276 

Address: 915 Nichols Avenue, Fairhope, AL 36532 

I hope you enjoyed learning about Farm to Table restaurants in Mobile Alabama. Also, you can also check out great burgers in Mobile or some of the top brunch spots.


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