Daleville is a city in Dale County, Alabama, United States. At the 2010 census the population was 5,295, up from 4,653 in 2000. It is part of the Ozark Micropolitan Statistical Area. The city's nickname is "Gateway to Fort Rucker", as this U.S. Army post is located just north of town. Cairns Army Airfield is located to the south of Daleville on the road to nearby Clayhatchee.
Things to do in Daleville
4 based on 79 reviews
Seafood and steak. Mainly fried but have added broiled. Great food for a good price. Very popular with locals.
If you are tofu eating, bean sprout loving, chicken Caesar wrap chomping, gluten free health nut don't interrupt my lunch at McLin's.
Come by and have chicken livers, fried catfish with fries, cole slaw, yeast rolls and bottomless ice tea with friends.
Service is beyond excellent and everyone is super friendly. If you fried food, they got all your favorite for lunch.
Complaints? Yes, I wish I had eaten here sooner.
4.5 based on 28 reviews
I will be honest and say any restaurant in daleville fills me with trepidation. I've heard amazing things about this place from too many people and decided to go. It's unexpectedly awesome! They have a wide variety of food, including bento boxes to specialty rolls. There is something for everyone and everything we had was fresh and delicious. If you're craving sushi, give it a go! Also we brought our toddlers and it was a family friendly atmosphere.
4.5 based on 25 reviews
We used to live in Germany and having lunch here is just like being welcomed into the guest houses in Europe. The food is very good and Ingrid (the owner) prides herself on bringing in special ingredients only found in her homeland. The entrees are tasty, the sides are fresh, and the people are extremely welcoming and friendly. We can't wait to go back!
4.5 based on 26 reviews
I haven't been to the Diner since I was last at Fort Rucker four years ago. I had family in town so we decided to make a mid-afternoon visit. It wasn't busy, the waitress was just and friendly I remembered, and the food was outstanding. I don't like spicy so I got a cheese filled Blackhawk Burger - outstanding! The rest of the family was very pleased with their meals as well. My sister's six month daughter needed something easy and the staff was able to provide her a half bowl of mashed potatoes with no fuss. There's a reason the Diner is still in business and with their outstanding food and great service I anticipate they will be around for a long time.
4 based on 21 reviews
First of all let me give you you the right address...224 Donnell Blvd. It's in a strip mall and looks scary. Stay strong and prepare for a great meal.
Inside is meticulously clean and both owners ( retired Army) and staff waited.on is hand and foot.
We ate outside with our dogs and truly enjoyed ourselves.
DH had the ribs which he said we're tender with a great smoke flavor. I had the slammer jammer. The pulled pork, chicken and sausage sandwich was at least 3" not counting the bun.
Enjoyed talking with the new owners, great people with the personality and experience to make this place and even bigger success! They will be changing the name soon.
4 based on 28 reviews
Perfection. Best Calzone ever! Loaded with toppings and great cheese....not over cooked. Service here is top-notch and we quickly became regulars. Everything here is excellent. Great Pizza and Sub sandwiches too. Very close to Fort Rucker and they treat customers right!
4.5 based on 18 reviews
Fast service and good sweet tea. Fries were over fried and had a plastic/cardboard feel to them. Tasted like Burger King. I got the bacon best burger and the party tasted frozen and cheep. The bread was crumbly and tasteless. I won't be back.
4.5 based on 6 reviews
Texas style brisket in Southeast Alabama - cooked for 14 hours/ Good selection of sandwiches. I recommend the sliced brisket (ask to have it sliced). If you are really hungry, try the Betsy Sue sandwich, a combination of brisket, pulled pork, sausage, pepper jack cheese and topped with a little jalapeno jelly.
4.5 based on 9 reviews
The food here is delicious! Very authentic Korean food! We ordered some egg rolls as an appetizer that came out right away, which was great because we were starving. My husband ordered the Bul go gi and absolutely loved it! I had the spare rib soup which was delicious, it wasn't as spicy as I thought it would be, but adding some kimchee to it was perfect. Service was great and building looks a little run down, but is incredibly clean. We're definitely coming back.
4.5 based on 9 reviews
At Cafe Roma, you will gain a taste of true Mediterranean cuisine. The owner is of Turkish decent and is super friendly. The bread is homemade everyday to include their pizza dough. I highly recommend the Chicken Caesar and Chicken Artichoke Wrap. The bread has a wonderful and rich taste. The casear dressing is rich, but not overbearing. The Shrimp Pasta is extremely tasty as well with a light sauce. They'll even make it Cajun style for you to add a little spice to your meal. There is seating available and takeout as well. Highly recommended!
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