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Popular Avondale restaurant announces Trussville location

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports A popular Avondale restaurant is set to be part of Trussville's downtown redevelopment and is expected to be the first of several similar eateries to locate in the area. Melt has announced on social media that their second location will be in Trussville. Chris Donaldson, who is developing multiple parcels of property downtown along with his partner Coby Lake, confir ...

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New chicken restaurant opens doors Wednesday

From Trussville Tribune staff reports A new Trussville eatery that specializes in poultry will have its grand opening Wednesday. Yard Birds Chicken Company, located at 1423 Gadsden Highway, Suite 131, lives up to its name by offering a menu that includes fingers, wings, traditional chicken plates and more. The restaurant even offers chicken and waffles for breakfast. Promotional material published by the Ya ...

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15 great local dining options that you should try

By The Trussville Tribune Digital Media staff In an area where chain restaurants abound, there are a lot of great local dining options. We've chosen our favorite 15, but we want to hear from you, too. Did we miss your favorite local dining place? If so, let us know in the comments below and we'll give them a try! 15. Joel's A Trussville institution that's a meat & 3 tradition. The Main Street restaurant ...

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Bragg to be featured at National Communications Conference planned for Sept. 7-9

Special to the Tribune Most people are familiar with the classic jazz song, “Stars Fell On Alabama,” which was inspired by a real meteor shower that lit up Alabama skies in 1833. [caption id="attachment_42433" align="alignleft" width="150"] Pulitzer Prize winning writer Rick Bragg will be featured at the National Communications Conference planned for Sept. 7-9 in Birmingham.[/caption] Alabama Media Professi ...

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Musical ‘Annie’ now showing

From Trussville Tribune staff reports Theater lovers do not have to wait until "Tomorrow." Annie is playing in Trussville today. Encore performances of ACTA Theatre's 2017 summer musical will be presented this afternoon at 2:30 p.m., Friday and Saturday at 7 p.m. and next Sunday at 2:30 p.m. The cost to attend each performance is $15 for adults, $12 for seniors age 60-and-up and $10 for students and childre ...

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Great Harvest Bread Company to open in downtown Trussville

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE --Another new business plans to make downtown Trussville it's home. The first Alabama location of Great Harvest Bread Company will be in the former Cafe on Main space at 218 Main Street. [caption id="attachment_42294" align="alignleft" width="300"] David Snyder trains in Montana as he prepares to open the first Alabama location of Great Harvest Bread Comp ...

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Today’s 3rd Saturday Downtown includes expanded Kids’ Zone, more food trucks, cool cars

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE --It's hard to argue that the runaway hit event in the community is the 3rd Saturday Downtown. Since the inaugural Block Party last spring, the large crowds have kept organizers busy looking for ways to improve the popular event. Among the improvements are more activities for children and more food for everyone. Today's event will include an expanded Zids ...

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Food trucks at Third Saturday event offer alternative eats

From Tribune staff reports There is certainly no shortage of dining opportunities in Trussville. However diners will have even more variety on Saturday when food trucks bring their offerings to Trussville for The Third Saturday gala.  Organizers have also added an another entree food truck after watching the food trucks sell completely out of food during to first two events. The additional truck should also ...

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Masons have been cooking 4th of July BBQ for 71 years

From The Trussville Tribune staff reports TRUSSVILLE --Thursday morning, Marty Adams lit the barbecue pit on Beechnut Street and renewed one of Trussville's oldest traditions. For the 71st year, members of the Georgiana Davis Masonic Lodge have prepared Boston Butts, ribs and BBQ plates for the community. Whole Boston Butts will be available for $30 on Monday until 5 p.m. or until they're gone. The Mason's ...

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