Casual upscale dining options open at Clift Farm, Town Madison – The Madison Record

Casual upscale dining options open at Clift Farm, Town Madison – The Madison Record

MADISON – Southern BBQ, any culinary version you can imagine for chicken, stacked sandwiches, fine steaks. . . Dining options in Madison have multiplied with the new vibes of Town Madison and Clift Farm.

The ‘pickin’ are anything but skinny at SLIM CHICKENS on Clift Farm, just north of US 72. (Clift Farm is actually in Madison County, but the development is next to the city of Madison).

The Slim Chickens menu features fresh chicken fillets, marinated in buttermilk and lightly hand-breaded. Buffalo wings are hearty and generously trimmed. Sandwiches, chicken and waffles, salads, and smoked cheddar cheese rolls are options.

Along with traditional iced tea, the drinks are available in raspberry and peach tea blends, along with lemonade. The tasty side dishes and 13 flavors of sauce make the decision difficult.

Another Slim Chickens is scheduled to open in Town Madison at 130 Outfield Drive.

MOE’S ORIGINAL BBQ at 102 St. Louis St. in Town Madison has been serving guests for several weeks. The restaurant has a cheerful and informal atmosphere for a pleasant visit. Among its founders are the ‘local boys’ Ben Gilbert, Athens; Jeff Kennedy, Huntsville; and Mike Fernandez, Tuscaloosa.

Moe’s can boast of its inclusion in the Top 10 Barbecue Chains in America by “USA Today” and “The Daily Meal”; fast growing chain by “Restaurant Business Magazine”; And among the top 10 ribs for “Relish.”

Redneck Nachos start with homemade French fries with a choice of pork, turkey, or chicken, nacho cheese, red onions, jalape├▒os, tomatoes, coleslaw, barbecue, and white sauce. Like a visit to Mama’s kitchen table, the sides rotate between the standards of other dishes like Mississippi Mud Pie or cabbages.

The St. Louis-style spare ribs are hard to resist, but they rival salads, Southern Fried Shrimp Moe Boy, and smoked chicken.

JONATHAN’S GRILLE is open at Clift Farm and under construction in Town Madison for a special meal or gathering of friends to watch widescreen on game day. The family restaurant’s first locations were in Nashville before expanding into Tennessee and now Madison.

This exclusive sports bar and grill features 55 television monitors for guests to cheer on their favorite team while enjoying a tasty snack or full meal.

Guests can choose to sit at the bar with a focus on sports or in the restaurant for a pleasant dining environment.

Jonathan’s appetizers range from Lemon Basil Chicken Kabobs and Crispy Brussels Sprouts to Margherita Flatbread and Nashville Hot Chicken Sliders. Salads are mixed in 14 combinations, including a Luau salad with blueberries, pineapple, tangerines, strawberries, candied walnuts, blue cheese, and a citrus herb vinaigrette.

Guests can select pizza from an impressive variety of combinations, along with wings, tacos, quesadillas, and flatbreads. Main courses, including a salad, range from three steaks, pulled pork stuffed potatoes, teriyaki salmon, chicken in four recipes, pasta, and more.

FARM + FEED stands as one of Madison’s first farm-to-table varieties. Founded by Antonio Spence and chef John Cleveland, the restaurant is open at Bowler Hat Brewing, 7429 US 72 W.

The menu features Pulled Pork Tater, Smoked Salmon Avocado Toast, French Toast, Nashville Hot or Plan-Cooked Monster Fried Chicken Sandwich, Philly Cheese Steak Sandwich, Backyard Angus Burger and Naan Pork Tenderloin Sandwich.

SA ZA SERIOUS ITALIAN in Town Madison creates classic Italian dishes but is brave with its unusual recipes. Chef Joe DiMaggio Jr. explains that Sa Za’s men are “extreme peasant cuisine.” Your grandmother conceived most of the dishes.

Classic pasta options vary from normal with Maine lobster, minced shrimp and spinach in chardonnay, crumbled garlic and olive oil sauce. Guests can order favorite pizza mixes with standard combinations or experiment with a specialty pizza that ranges from 40 delicious toppings.

HONEST COFFEE ROASTERS plans to open at The Avenue Madison, an upscale apartment complex in downtown Madison at 92 Shorter St. Owner Christy Wimberly estimates her new restaurant will open in the summer of 2022.

EGGS UP GRILL estimates its opening date for Summer 2022 at 300 Hughes Road. The full restaurant menu will include breakfast sandwiches, Eggs Benedict, omelettes, pancakes, waffles and French toast.

Along with the standard breakfast, EGGS UP GRILL will serve up home fry dishes and delicious muffins. At lunchtime, guests can opt for a burger and other sandwiches, wraps, and salads.

The Huntsville / Madison County Convention and Visitors Bureau compiled most of the restaurant details in this article. (huntsville.org)

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