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Permanently Closed - Epiphany Farm-to-Fork

4.3
259 reviews
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$30 and under
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Contemporary American
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About

This restaurant is permanently closed. Permanently Closed - Epiphany Farm-to-Fork is a fine dining establishment specializing in New American cuisine with Asian influences focusing on organic meats and locally grown organic produce, as well as sustainably caught or raised seafood. The menu is updated with fresh offerings on a weekly basis.

We have an outstanding wine list focusing on boutique wineries and small production wines. We also feature hand-crafted cocktails and specialize in re-imaginings of often forgotten classic cocktails. Our entire beer selection is exclusively Alabama-brewed.

For larger groups and private functions Epiphany offers a private room seating up to thirty five people which is available free of charge for parties of fifteen or more.
Dining Style
Fine Dining
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Cuisines
Contemporary American, Organic
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Hours of operation
Dinner: Monday - Saturday: 5:00pm - Closing
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Phone number
(205) 344-5583
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Payment options
AMEX, MasterCard, Visa
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Dress code
Business Casual
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Executive chef
Tres Jackson
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Private party contact
Rebecca Doss: (205) 344-5583
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Neighborhood
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Cross street
University Blvd
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Parking details
Epiphany Cafe is located in downtown Tuscaloosa with available parking on the street as well as a free parking garage two blocks from the restaurant.
Additional
Banquet, Bar/Lounge, Beer, BYO Wine, Chef's Table, Corkage Fee, Counter Seating, Full Bar, Happy Hour, Late Night, Non-Smoking, Outdoor dining, Outdoor Smoking Area, Private Room, Wheelchair Access, Wine
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4.3  based on all time ratings
4.3
food
4.4
service
4.1
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4.2
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91% of people would recommend it to a friend
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OpenTable Diner (Birmingham)
2.0  Dined on December 15, 2016

Despite being the night before their final closing, we expected quality farm-to-table during our dining experience. However, it was poorly seasoned and some items were burned to char (Brussel sprouts, carrots, and lamb). Epiphany was our favorite restaurant when we lived in town, and when we heard they were closing for good we traveled all the way from North Carolina to have one last taste. It is a shame the last taste was an awful one.

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OpenTable Diner (Minneapolis)
5.0  Dined on December 3, 2016

I've always loved Epiphany and the creative dishes they come up with. It's very unfortunate that they are closing December 17th. I would recommend everyone check out their new project called Animal Butter when it opens.

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SimonH (Hampshire)
5.0  Dined on November 15, 2016

We ended up in Tuscaloosa because I went rogue with a hotel booking but after eating at Epiphany I am SO very glad that I did
I found it through TripAdvisor and booked it for an early dinner. We arrived to find it quiet and the restaurant empty, however there were many people eating at the bar when we arrived.
Eliza showed us to our table and was with us all evening and was, quite frankly superb - she was knowledgable, informative, enthusiastic, realistic, passionate and honest
The food here is described beautifully and when it arrives it looks and tastes just as delicious as it looks and everything we had was sublime - which included a free dish from the kitchen of shaved scallops with kumquat and chilli
Cocktails were creative, tasty and strong - if you are not staying in town then I would recommend an Uber so you can enjoy the drinks

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OpenTable Diner (Birmingham)
5.0  Dined on November 11, 2016

It was a ball game weekend so there were a lot of big groups that were fairly loud, but not rowdy. We loved it. I did think it was strangely bright.

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donc (Birmingham)
5.0  Dined on November 9, 2016

Food was outstanding, very different (in a good way) combinations of tastes and textures. Brussel Sprouts were a great way to start. You can decide between small plates or big plates for dinner - it was perfect for the evening with old friends, it was quiet so we could linger and chat (Wednesday evening in T-town - - - obviously the students study!) Or it might just be out of their price range. Will go back.

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OpenTable Diner (Birmingham)
3.0  Dined on October 28, 2016

Service was slow, food was good,and interesting but quantity was too small for the price. Husband left hungry, after spending $45, and angry at doing so!

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OpenTable Diner (Louisville)
5.0  Dined on October 22, 2016

We've been twice in the last month and it was fabulous both times. Love the Brussel sprout appetizer. Great service too!

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SFfoodie (San Francisco)
5.0  Dined on October 22, 2016

Whenever we visit Tuscaloosa, a visit to Ephiphany is on the calendar. The restaurant features a variety of well prepared appetizers, small plates, big plates, and desserts. The preparation is excellent, but with a minimalist presentation. The flavors are superb.

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vipStSimon (New Orleans)
3.0  Dined on October 18, 2016

Had dinner with my husband. Great server, Eliza! Shared chanterelle mushroom small plate - very bland. You could do such great things with mushrooms and the kitchen failed miserably. Had to dump a ton of salt in it. Husband had spaghetti with sausage; he said it was ok. I had hot fried chicken. Liked the hash and pickled collard greens that came with the chicken. Chicken itself was tasty but I thought the batter was too thick - it almost overpowered the chicken. Thought the ambiance was ok - could be much better. It's like they haven't really decided what kind of atmosphere they were trying to create. All in all ok experience.

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Foodie (Nashville)
5.0  Dined on October 14, 2016

Had great small plates and pasta. Will take all my foodie friends!!!!

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