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106. Jonathan Benton Bookseller: A small but friendly bookstore with a good selection and a café, located on Culver Rd.  
107. Hot and Hot Fish Club: A southern cuisine restaurant that features works by local artists and prides itself on featuring local and seasona...  
108. Superior Grill: A "fabulous" Mexican restaurant in Birmingham on Highway 280.  
109. Cosmo's Pizza: A local favorite for its pizza and its social atmosphere, located on Magnolia Ave.  
110. Davenport's Pizza Palace: Another locally recommended pizza place, established in 1964; located in Cahaba Road in Birmingham.  
111. Garage Café: A little café on Tenth Terrance South in Birmingham that features interesting outdoor décor and outdoor seating dur...  
112. Irondale Café: AKA "the Irondale Café", the eatery in nearby Irondale famous for its appearance in the movie "Fried Green Tomatoes...  
113. Metro Grill: A gourmet American-style steak and seafood grill that features live entertainment and an upscale atmosphere.  
114. Dixie Railroad Museum: Alabama's official railroad museum, located in Calera, just south of Birmingham.  
115. Rickwood Field: The nation's oldest existing baseball park, opened in 1910.  
116. Barber Vintage Motorsports Museum: A museum featuring five floors of approximately 750 vintage and modern motorcycles and race cars, located on Barber...  
117. Silvertron Café: A casual American/Tex-Mex/Italian restaurant decorated with historic regional photographs; located on Clairmont Ave...  
118. Loulie Jean Norman: The owner of the female voice heard in the famous Star Trek theme song is a Birmingham native.  
119. Tammy Wynette: A famous country music artist known as the "First Lady of Country Music" is a former Birmingham resident.  
120. Country Boy Eddie: A Birmingham TV show.  
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Alabama Tagline
"Even our own governor once said: Alabama is last in everything good and first in everything bad" Edit | History
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Nickname for Atlanta that comes from the generally sticky-hot weather in the city.

A type of relish made primarily from peppers, beans and onions.

People jokingly refer to Cambridge as the "People's Republic" because of its left-leaning residents.

A very unique term to New Orleans for the median of a street. The Spanish and French, who effectively split the city in two, could do business on the "neutral ground" of city streets.

Philadelphia's motto, coined by William Penn.