Dixie Fish Co.

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Dixie Fish Co.

Dixie Fish Co. was a seafood restaurant located in the former Bahama Breeze location at 101 Resource Parkway on U.S. Highway 280. It was owned by New Orleans natives Mason Jambon, Deborah Sulzer and Paul Primeaux. The restaurant's chef was Greg Collier, and it was managed by Jambon. It opened on September 7, 2013.

Dixie Fish Co. sourced its gulf fish from Royal Lagoon Seafood in Theodore and Bon Secour Fisheries. Other providers included Owl's Hollow Farm, Uniontown's Harvest Select Catfish, and several Birmingham-area craft brewers.

The restaurant closed briefly in late January 2015 to overhaul the menu and retrain staff. Primeaux Cheese & Vino chefs Ric Trent and Cory Bolton participated in the updates.

The restaurant closed in October 2015. Primeaux cited the loss of a designated turn signal from Highway 280 and competition from Pappadeux Seafood Kitchen as factors in the failure of the business. The building was demolished in November 2016.


  • Godwin, Brent (August 8, 2013) "Dixie Fish Co. slated to open on 280 in September." Birmingham Business Journal
  • Stayner, Wyatt (September 7, 2013) "No nets, no fishes. Mason Jambon's plan to make Dixie Fish Company unique." Weld
  • Swagler, Susan (October 1, 2013) "Louisiana Chef Brings Dixie Fish Co. to Birmingham." The Birmingham News
  • Davis, Bryan (January 26, 2015) "Dixie Fish Co. to close until Feb. 3, getting new menu." Birmingham Business Journal