Sometimes, even with the awesome dining opportunities available in Huntsville, you find yourself wanting just a little something extra. Sometimes you don’t just want something tasty to eat, you want someone to entertain you while you’re eating it. Two thousand years ago, that was a decadence worthy of a Roman emperor, now you have several options awaiting you around Huntsville.
Stand Up Live , Huntsville’s new comedy club brings in a regular roster of nationally known comedians. And while they’re doing stand up, you can be sitting down to a great dinner. A great way to splurge for a memorable date night.
Huntsville has no shortage of bar and grill venues, or brewpubs where you can get a memorable meal and enjoy one of Huntsville’s famous craft beers (or, you know, other drinks, if that’s your preference), all set to the music of local performers. Among others, check out Humphreys, A.M. Booth’s Lumberyard, and the various options at Campus 805.
So you don’t actually watch the movie AT the Scene restaurant at the Monaco theater, but it’s all conveniently located under one roof. Rarely are you going to find a place where you can enjoy food this good this close to a silver screen. For more “dinner and a movie” opportunities, every 3rd Friday of each month, Cyn Shea’s features a film and creates a dinner pairing to go with the movie’s theme.
You’re in the Rocket City, so here’s your chance to take advantage of a rare opportunity to enjoy a meal with a dinner companion you’ll never forget. Enjoy Lunch With An Astronaut at the U.S. Space & Rocket Center, and you’ll have a story to tell for years to come.
Where is your favorite place for good food and entertainment? Let us know in the comments below!
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David Hitt is a native of Huntsville who enjoys telling the stories of his hometown. He works in strategic communications for NASA’s Space Launch System, the rocket that will send astronauts to Mars and prove once again that nobody builds ‘em like the Rocket City. David tells Huntsville history stories at the Huntsville Ghost Walk, Constitution Village’s downtown trolley tour, and the Maple Hill Cemetery Stroll. He’s the author of two books on space history, “Homesteading Space” and “Bold They Rise” and is the director of the Comic Science Improv comedy troupe.