Once known as Williams Station for a local logging icon, Atmore, Alabama, is a fun-loving city with tons of local events and festivals. Bistros, bars, and trendy restaurants cook up grilled favorites like Maine lobster and Gulf shrimp alongside prime rib, filet mignon, and dry aged ribeye steak. Those who like Mexican food can partake in dishes like nachos and fried ice cream, both of which tempt patrons to spend some time after enjoying margaritas. Contemporary American restaurants are the most favored in the Atmore community, offering diners braised rabbit pappardelle with fava beans, pancetta, sweet peas, and toasted almonds. In the summer, the sound of music from local events means it's worth sitting on the veranda while sipping pina colada.