In the South, homestyle restaurants and meat-and-threes are a dime a dozen -- but creative cuisine with familiar flavors can be hard to come by. Find that combination at Little House Midtown, which one satisfied Urbanspooner describes as "a unique spin on Southern food."
• $8 for $16 to spend on food and non-alcoholic drinks at lunch or dinner
• $15 for $30 to spend at dinner
• Locally owned and operated and praised for its intimate setting and imaginative menu
• Signature dishes: Southern Cioppino with P.E.I mussels and littleneck clams and Fish & Grits featuring McEwen & Sons grits
Big City Tastes in a Small-Town Atmosphere
Referred to by one patron as "the best-kept secret in Mobile," Little House Midtown recently relocated from Moffett Road to its new home in the bustling Loop area on Airport Boulevard. Guests rave about the Savory Bacon Cheesecake appetizer with Parmigiano-Reggiano crust, hickory-smoked bacon, and tomato jam; they also give high marks to the juicy Deep South Burger, complete with homemade pimento cheese (Chef Marc's grandmother's recipe) that one blogger proclaims is "[some] of the best I've ever had."
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Little House Midtown
Classic Favorites with a Culinary Twist in Midtown
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