Heavenly smells coming from food exhibit in Gulf Shores; north Alabama restaurants featured

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GULF SHORES and ORANGE BEACH, Ala. (WHNT) – As if you need an extra incentive to visit the beaches of Alabama, you may be lured in by heavenly smells coming from The Wharf in Gulf Shores and Orange Beach.

The Art of Alabama Food exhibit begins today, July 2nd and goes through August 9th.

It will feature 36 professional food shots from the “100 Dishes to Eat in Alabama Before you Die” brochure.

It’s part of the Alabama Tourism Department’s ‘Alabama Food Campaign’.

Some of the featured dishes of the exhibit are signature dishes from 11 restaurants in Huntsville. One such place is Cotton Row Restaurant, serving up braised Meyer Ranch beef short ribs.

There are dishes from eateries in Albertville, Athens, Arab, Fort Payne, Guntersville, Madison, Hartselle, and many other North Alabama cities.

The exhibit is open to the public on Wednesdays through Saturdays from 4 PM to 10 PM with some special events sprinkled throughout.

You can get more information by clicking here.

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