Upon first wandering through Lowe Mill ARTS & Entertainment, one might be tempted to wonder why “food” isn’t part of the official name. Even before you go inside, you’re encountering some of the tastiest treats in town, and more keep appearing as you wander amongst the shops and studios.
But after a bit of hands-on field research, you’ll realize that Lowe Mill’s food is in the name – the delectable options you find here are art in and of themselves, and they perfectly accompany the entertainment of visiting the Mill.
You’ll also realize that no one appreciates the food available at Lowe Mill more than the folks at Lowe Mill. The Mill has its own food chain – a product you get one place becomes an ingredient at the next. Here’s a quick guide to the web of food at Lowe Mill:
Pizzelle’s is also one of the Lowe Mill businesses that take “locally grown” very seriously. The Seventh Street Truffle and the Get Figgy confection use rosemary and figs, respectively, grown on-site at the Mill.
Alchemy Lounge also sells Piper & Leaf Tea from Lowe Mill. And they clean surfaces with a sanitizer of alcohol from Irons One.
So the next time you’re at Lowe Mill, you can try being more efficient by sampling food from multiple shops in the same product. It might work – until you find yourself hunting down the bread, bourbon or marshmallows for yourself!
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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.