My sister and I spent Friday lunch together in downtown Prattville, AL while my youngest nephew visited with our grandparents. I remember when this part of Prattville was the main hub of the city and it had not been developed yet. I love seeing towns preserve their downtown area and embrace the history of their city. Here are some pictures from our visit -
We ate the Prattville Pasta Mill and Pizzaria. Yummy!
We both got the meat and two plate with dessert. I had chicken and dressing, black-eyed peas, fried green tomatoes, cornbread, sweet tea and banana pudding. I love the exposed walls in their restaurant showing the old Coca-Cola building.
We stopped in at The Turtle Shell. This little store has lots and lots of teacher resources, classroom decor and books. We picked up a books about the states for my oldest nephew, and I saw lots of ideas for Christmas gifts as well.
I didn't catch the name of this cute place, but it is a boutique and cafe. So cute!
I loved the sign, large initials and this cross painting from this shop.
The creek runs behind Main Street and they have access to it from the downtown area. I love the path they have created and the small garden between these two buildings.
Here is the sidewalk that runs beside the creek.
Here is picture of the Old Mill from the creek.
What is your favorite small town historic area to visit?