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The Globe restaurant in historic downtown Northport is a wonderful experience from the décor to the terrific meals. Downtown Northport is unique in and of itself, but once you're inside The Globe you'll be taken to a new place entirely. Named for the Globe Theatre, owned in part by William Shakespeare and whose plays were performed there, The Globe restaurant has a Shakespearean theme throughout and is especially pleasing to not only the eye, but the palate.

The experience on our last evening there had been wonderful as usual. Our server Chase lead us through our evening and delivered consistently good service throughout.
The food as always was outstanding. Everything from the fresh bread and assortments that come with the meal, through to dessert (the bread brought out at the beginning of the meal is in particular a favorite of our editors) was top notch. Another great feature of The Globe is the vast selection of beers and wines. Old Peculiar, a brand of ale we plan to get to know well, was what was had that evening and is highly suggested.

We'd recommend this restaurant to anyone who wishes for a unique experience in the Tuscaloosa area because of the high quality of food along with a strong focus on service. The Globe has provided the editors with many wonderful evenings (and a few lunches too) through the 16 years since their doors opened, we plan to dine there many more times in the future.
Best Restaurant Bets at The Globe
Appetizer: Fried Green Tomatoes: A Southern staple. Lightly breaded and crisp
Entrée: Pan Fried Orange Roughy: Orange Roughy filet dredged in spiced flour, pan fried, and topped with a juniper berry pecan sauce, Topped with roasted pecans and cayenne pepper. Served with vegetable of the day.
Dessert: Cheesecake Espresso: WOW!







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