The steakhouse industry is growing at a steady pace which means the competition is getting stiffer and these days, it seems as if there's a delicious steakhouse within driving distance no matter where you are in the state. But, not all steakhouses are built equally.
With that in mind, the editors over at Eat This, Not That have conducted research to find the best steakhouse in every state in the country by sifting through reviews, awards, and recommendations from various sources.
So where can you find the absolute best steakhouse in Alabama? According to ETNT, you'll have to head to George's Steak Pit in Sheffield.
George's Steak Pit was founded in the 1950s by George and Vangie Vafinis and has been in the same location for over thirty years now.
Expect a classic old-fashioned atmosphere inside George's complete with exposed brick walls, giant chandeliers, and even more subtle luxurious touches that many restaurants lack today like wheeling your entree out on a cart, fresh flowers, real candles, and the gold foil around their baked potatoes, dining at George's Steak Pit is an experience you won't soon forget.
But what truly makes this steakhouse so unique is its famed cooking method.
George's prepares its steaks over an open flame made from burning hickory wood logs that creates a distinct steak fully complemented by potatoes, salad, and vegetables that keep diners coming back again and again.
What do you think? Have you ever dined at George's Steak Pit? Does it deserve the title of Alabama's best steakhouse? Let us know what you think in the comments.