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  • Lacey Chance
    RE/MAX Alliance Huntsville
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    Huntsville, AL
    Need a mani? Have a sweet tooth? The Chocolate Bar is truly the place to go. I know you think, "The Chocolate Bar? Obviously, they must sell chocolate". Not just chocolate. They serve a plethora of martinis with dessert-based flavors like: strawberry cheesecake, peanut butter cup, nutella, wedding cake, as well as some really out there flavors like jolly rancher and Swedish fish.

    The Chocolate Bar offers a variety of unique entrees and appetizers including their signature Chocolate Bar pasta. Their secret ingredient is white chocolate. Sounds too good? There is also an under 550 calories menu that doesn't skimp on the flavor will leave you satisfied. Just make sure you leave room for dessert. You'll kick yourself if you don't get to try one of their 12 varieties of hot chocolate, filled crepes, rich cakes, and a never-ending list of sweets.

    Have kids? There is something for them, too! The kiddos get to choose their own kid-sized entrees and desserts like the Mini Bar Fondue with dippable treats.

    Every Monday night from 7:00-10:00 p.m. is Martinis and Manicures. You can get a free manicure with the purchase of a martini! So you can sit back, enjoy a martini and get pampered. Treat yourself! The Chocolate Bar is not a place to go, it's a place to experience!
  • Zach Bingham
    RE/MAX Alliance Huntsville
    Guys, it's okay...we've all been there. You forgot today is Valentines Day! No worries! Twickenham Village and all around Downtown Huntsville might be able to help. Here are my Top Three Last Minute Date Ideas, that will make it look like you put in a gallant effort. She may never know you forgot. Good luck!

    1. Taco Mama, like every Tuesday, has half priced margaritas! Take your date out for Taco Tuesday. It's casual, fun and you can use the excuse that you didn't want the typical, cheesy Valentine's Day date night.

    2. The Chocolate Bar suggests dessert at their actual bar. No reservation needed to sit there and their desserts are extremely romantic, as is.

    3. Ruth's Chris, call now and maybe you can get a last minute reservation at their new Twickenham location. You might just luck out, because some Huntsvillian's might miss their reservation by showing up at their old Embassy Suites location.

    Bonus: It's Hockey Night in Huntsville and Huntsville Havoc is doing Fan Appreciation Night. $2 GA tickets, $2 hot dogs, $2 soda & $2 beer! What's more romantic than that? But seriously, if your date leaves you, at least you have some hockey to watch! Puck drops at 7.
  • Lynnette Hartley
    RE/MAX Alliance Huntsville
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    Huntsville, AL
    South Huntsville is a beautiful and bustling area of growth and stability and that's what you'll find at Harrisburg Estates. Tucked away off of Memorial Parkway in the private neighborhood is a great mix of established homes and good quality Mark Harris built homes starting at $300. For those who want the best of the best built along with convenience of location and amenities, Harrisburg Estates is a wonderful opportunity to marry those two worlds. One home is complete and ready for move in, while others are ready to be built to perfection. If building is part of the plan, Harrisburg Estates can be the solution. Mark Harris homes is quality, luxury and affordable. Check out the website for more information.
  • Lacey Chance
    RE/MAX Alliance Huntsville
    There’s a cool place to eat in Huntsville that serves dishes like the PB and Yay! Burger, the C3PO, Bronto Ribs, and Lobster Grilled Cheese. Its Star Wars/ video game themed decor calls to the kid in you and uses Star Trek and Dragon Ball-Z game cards as lining for the table tops. It’s aptly called the Toybox Bistro. Its patrons? Certified nerds that breathe gaming culture.

    It’s located at 511 Jordan Lane NW in Huntsville next to Sugar Belle Bakery. This restaurant has a relaxed atmosphere with lots of “toys” and you’ll find that the only thing they take seriously is the food and local beer. Their slogan is to “…eat, drink, and be nerdy”. Real fun can be had on the themed event nights like Battle of the Ciders, Trivia Night, and Cosplay Night. Cosplay night is basically a night that patrons get to dress up as their favorite movie/video game character.
    Everyone gets to be a kid again at Toybox Bistro!
  • Lacey Chance
    RE/MAX Alliance Huntsville
    Sugar Belle Bakery and Food Truck is a great place to check out if you’re looking for a relaxing atmosphere to enjoy some modern cupcakes and steamy drinks. A few of the fall-inspired confections include the sweet potato molasses cupcake; a sweet potato spice cake with molasses buttercream frosting, garnished with a single candied pecan, pumpkin spice, and maple bacon with real bacon.

    Like its next door neighbor, Toybox Bistro, there is always something cool going on with Sugar Belle. Whether it’s Cupcakes and Coloring Night sponsored by the Huntsville Library, or the cupcake truck is making its rounds to the many landmarks and events in Huntsville, there is always something new to try at Sugar Belle.
  • Zach Bingham
    RE/MAX Alliance Huntsville
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    Huntsville, AL
    Tis the season that will allow you to drive through the Galaxy for only $25. The Galaxy of Lights, that is. Now through December 31st, you can pile the entire family into your car and go see the amazing Christmas light display at Huntsville's Botanical Gardens. From butterflies to Santa Claus, this is a light display that truly has something for all ages, and it was also rated one of 2016's Best of the Best by the American Business Association and Destinations Magazine. Show your support for our community and find your Christmas Spirit as you enjoy the tour of Huntsville's Botanical Gardens Galaxy of Lights!
  • Zach Bingham
    RE/MAX Alliance Huntsville
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    Huntsville, AL
    Happy December! Hope everyone survived eating too much on Thanksgiving and got everything they wanted on Black Friday. As you can tell from looking around town, it's time to switch modes from Thanksgiving to Christmas. Need help adjusting? Head on over to Big Spring Park to take a stroll through downtown Huntsville's Tinsel Trail! What is Tinsel Trail, exactly? It's hundreds of Christmas trees decorated by your favorite local businesses and non-profits. You don't want to miss the creativity and fun people showed off on these trees.
  • Karen Harrison
    RE/MAX Alliance Huntsville
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    Huntsville, AL
    Local Taco is a great place to drop in and pick up a taco. Located in Merchant's Walk at 920 Bob Wallace Ave, Ste 310, Huntsville. They offer a large selection of taco's, fajitas, quesadillas and a children's menu. The atmosphere is clean and inviting. There is an area to eat outside in good weather. The ingredients tasted fresh and I was excited to see they also offer catering services.
  • Jamie Howard
    RE/MAX Alliance Huntsville
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    Huntsville, AL
    Have you been looking for something unique and fun to do in Huntsville this holiday season? Well, look no more! The outdoor ice skating rink at the Huntsville Museum of Art is now open. You can skate in Huntsville's very own Rockefeller Center, or you can walk around and enjoy all of the beautiful decorations and lights. It's a fun thing to do for all ages and it will not be here for very long, so plan your dates and book your parties. Don't miss out on making memories that you can only make once a year.
  • Lynnette Hartley
    RE/MAX Alliance Huntsville
    Although not as evident as Tuscaloosa or Auburn, Huntsville is a college town too! The University of Alabama at Huntsville (UAH) is located on the outskirts of Downtown and growing up to be quite a force to be reckoned with. Feeding students to Redstone Arsenal, Nasa and the various important engineering companies in Research Park, UAH has earned quite a name for itself in the US and abroad!

    The Huntsville/Madison County area serves over 400,000 residents in the "live, work, play" philosophy. It's the "smallest big town" in the south and one of the best kept secrets too. Opportunities are abundant for students of UAH and residents alike. Along with the engineering connection, Huntsville also has one of the biggest and best state of the art Neuro Centers in the Nation! One of the reasons why Engineering and the Medical field are major areas of focus for UAH. Along with studies, UAH is home to many sororities and Fraternal Organizations that help to expose students to the world of service in the community! Wanna know more? Check out the link below.
  • Lynnette Hartley
    RE/MAX Alliance Huntsville
    Red Brick Strategies, know for it's winning creativity in marketing and branding, has been given a small grant to make downtown "way more interesting". On November 4th they began revealing large pieces of iconic wall art to decorate the downtown area creating an air of hip sophistication with inspiring and engaging murels. There is even some talk that "forced perspective art" will be a part of what they are doing. That is when art needs to be viewed from certain angles in order to create the picture. Often used in large 3D pieces, it's a cool effect! This will make walking on the square more of an experience that celebrates the culture of Art that is so focused on in the Huntsville area! Red Brick did a write up on their website!! Check it out here.
  • Zach Bingham
    RE/MAX Alliance Huntsville
    The Von Braun Civic Center is the place to be, especially now that Huntsville Havoc Hockey has started back up!

    Huntsville Havoc is Huntsville's Southern Professional Hockey Team and if you're looking for entertainment in town, these guys sure know how to give you a show. From the fights to the food, fans are sure to be happy throughout the entire game.

    For more information on Huntsville Havoc and how to get to a game, click the link to their website attached. #WeAreHSV
  • Old Town Beer Exchange is located at 301 Holmes Avenue. NE. in historic downtown Huntsville. It has an ever changing list of 32 beers on tap. You can take a growler home, or choose from a large selection of bottled beer or wine With it's laid back atmosphere it's is a great place to stop in and unwind. It is also within walking distance from several other restaurants and pubs, and is in close proximity to Huntsville's Big Spring Park.
  • Jessica Pugh Bingham
    RE/MAX Alliance Huntsville
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    Huntsville, AL
    If you haven't visited downtown Huntsville during the holidays, be sure to add it to your must do list this year! Downtown Huntsville is full of things to do with your family all year long, but during the holiday season it is extra special. While visiting the Tinsel Trail, an event which includes 250 decorated Christmas trees around Big Spring Park, be sure to grab a friend and head for the ice!

    Located in the park just outside The Huntsville Museum of Art, you will find Huntsville's first outdoor skating rink! Skating in the Park will be open this year November 18, 2016 – January 3, 2017. Hours of operation are Monday-Thursday 4:00 p.m. - 10:00 p.m., Friday 4:00 p.m. - midnight, Saturday 10:00 a.m - midnight, and Sunday 12:00 p.m. - 8:00 p.m.

    Skating in the Park is brought to you by the Huntsville Museum of Art. You can learn more about this event at their website.
  • Jessica Pugh Bingham
    RE/MAX Alliance Huntsville
    It is almost time for one of my favorite events in Huntsville, the Tinsel Trail! Every year during the holidays Downtown Huntsville comes to life with an estimated 250 Christmas trees. Organizations, corporations, groups or individuals can sponsor a tree to decorate or donate a tree to someone to decorate. My office has been a proud supporter of The Tinsel Trail since the very first year. This is the 6th year for the event. Tree sponsorship's are $250 or $800 for a flagship tree at one of the Tinsel Trail entrances. To learn more about sponsoring a tree you can visit the Sponsor a Spruce page, http://tinseltrail.com/sponsor

    The Tinsel Trail will open this year on Friday, November 25th and is open until after Christmas. This is a free event for our community and one that is fun for people of all ages! Be sure to mark your calendars for a night during the holiday season to visit the Downtown Huntsville Tinsel Trail. But don't stop there! Make it a night downtown and visit some of our local restaurants and shops surrounding the park. Pizza and Gelato and Sam and Greg's is a must!

    The Tinsel Trail is brought to you by The Downtown Huntsville, Inc, an organization responsible for the revitalization of Downtown Huntsville through unique events, interesting promotions, and dynamic new and redeveloped properties.
  • Lacey Chance
    RE/MAX Alliance Huntsville
    Flucy Lucy Antique Market will take you on a walk down memory lane with its retro originals and creative refurbs. Located off the beaten path less than one mile from Lowe Mill Arts and on the corner of Governor’s Drive and Clinton Avenue, the finds in this market are either aged to perfection or beautifully restored and will evoke a longing for yesteryear.

    Owned and operated by Harry and Susan Day, this duo sells products from local businesses like Beth’s Bread and Baubles and Chalk Paint by Dixie Belle. You’ll even find custom barn wood pieces and benches made from reclaimed tobacco barn beams. Flucy Lucy is on of the many beloved gems you’ll find in Huntsville that celebrates and showcases Huntsville’s local talent.
  • Keith Casteel
    RE/MAX Alliance Huntsville
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    Huntsville, AL
    Ditto Marina offers more than just a boat ramp. They have miles of hiking/ bike trails, camping and picnic areas. It offers a pavilion that can be rented for events. Also, you can go to the river without a boat.
  • Jessica Pugh Bingham
    RE/MAX Alliance Huntsville
    It is hard to believe that Halloween is already here! If you are looking for the perfect activity to do with your family this Halloween weekend then you must check out this list from Rocket City Mom! This list came to my email this morning and I wanted to share. I had no idea there were so many cheap and even free Halloween activities in Huntsville, AL and the surrounding areas!

    The Huntsville Botanical Gardens is one of my favorite places to visit year-round with my kids. The Bootanica event going on this Saturday, October 29th at the Garden from 10:00 am - 1:00 pm looks like a great opportunity for kids of all ages! Activities include face painting and pumpkin for the kids, bobbing for apples, a hayride through the scarecrow trail. To add to the fun, Steve the DJ will be there and there will be a costume parade that starts at 11:00 am. The cost is only $5 for members and $5 plus garden admission for non-members.

    Another fun activity that caught my eye from the Rocket City Mom list was the Huntsville Police Department Haunted House this Friday, October 28th from 6:00-8:00 pm. This is a free event that HPD South precinct has put on for the last five years. Last year, there were about 700 residents that came to this fun event. What a great opportunity for the kids to see officers and civilian staff in a different role than they are used to, and for free! Again, there is so many things to in the Huntsville area! For a complete list check out the link below and Happy Halloween!
  • Lynnette Hartley
    RE/MAX Alliance Huntsville
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    Huntsville, AL
    I won't normally write an insight on restaurants in the area, there are so many great ones and I'm not a food critic; however Bravo is one that my husband and I have come to really enjoy! The always pleasant staff is eager to be helpful and fast with their service while not appearing to be overbearing or bothersome. They have one of the best Moscotto wines I've ever had and the Fillet Mignon is seriously one of the best I've ever tasted! This is a personal observation, but one that's been proven several times Restaurants that have consistency in making good dining experiences are the ones we will continue to frequent!

    Bridgestreet has many great restaurants and a lot of different shops. Some have changed with the expansion so it's worth a new visit! Eat, shop and shop some more; Christmas is only eight weekends away!! It sneaks up on me every year!!
  • Lynnette Hartley
    RE/MAX Alliance Huntsville
    Located off the beaten path of Governors Drive in Huntsville, Lowe Mill provides a community attraction unlike any other. Lowe Mill has lived many lives, many of which provided mill jobs to the growing community of Huntsville in the early to mid 1900's. However; its best life yet is currently being lived. Lowe Mill currently houses the largest private owned arts facility in the entire United States. Whether you want to grab a jar of Piper & Leaf, craft some hand made pottery, or take some swing dancing lessons, Lowe Mill is the place to find it all. Currently housing 200 working artists with six fine art galleries, 129 public studios, and several places to eat and drink, this location will never fail to inspire the artist within you. Enjoy Concerts on the Dock on Friday nights during the spring-fall. Check out their website at lowemill.net to discover a vast array of ways for you and your family to enjoy yourself locally!
  • Karen Harrison
    RE/MAX Alliance Huntsville
    Liveability just ranked Huntsville as the number 1 city for the best, most affordable place to live in 2016. Huntsville certainly fits the bill! You can find housing in all price ranges with a vast array of different neighborhood amenities. Lots of good shopping areas, malls and restaurants. There are many locally owned businesses as well as larger corporations. Job opportunities are most always available. Check out the link below for more information.
  • Karen Harrison
    RE/MAX Alliance Huntsville
    Nadeau Furniture with a Soul! I love this place!! You must visit. It's located in the shopping area on the corner of Whitesburg and Airport Road. They have unique accent pieces and so many to choose from. You won't be disappointed.
  • Keith Casteel
    RE/MAX Alliance Huntsville
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    Huntsville, AL
    Good news for all of your outdoor needs! Huntsville will have its first Cabela's opening soon. It will be located at 7090 Cabela Drive NW, near the intersection of I-565 and Research Park Boulevard.
  • Phillip Gore
    RE/MAX DISTINCTIVE
    Huntsville!! It is truly the perfect location. When living here you are only 30 minutes (at most) from numerous lakes and rivers, at least a dozen golf courses come to mind, we are half way between Birmingham and Nashville (1&1/2 hrs. either way), surrounded by beautiful mountains and State Parks, seven hours to Gulf Coast, and four hours to Memphis or Atlanta.

    To pay for all the recreation we have the highest per capita income in the Southeastern United States and the largest concentration of people with advanced degrees.We have some of the lowest property taxes in the whole nation and world class healthcare. So, if you are considering relocating to Huntsville, just remember most people never leave once they get here.
  • Barbara Whitehead
    RE/MAX DISTINCTIVE
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    Huntsville, AL
    First time visit on date night. The food was delicious, service was excellent, and the prices were affordable. We will be back!

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    507 Drake Avenue, Suite A
    Huntsville, AL 35801

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    Huntsville, AL 35802

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