Miss Dots

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Miss Dots is a fast-food restaurant chain founded by John Cassimus and Tyre Stuckey. It's first two locations, which opened in early 2016, are located at 45 Church Street in Mountain Brook's Crestline Village and 2232 University Boulevard in Tuscaloosa.

The restaurant features fried and baked chicken, pork tenderloin, roast turkey, and a range of side dishes. The concept was inspired by Leola "Miss Dot" Rogers, who works a head cook at Cassimus' "Sawtooth Plantation" farm and hunting club in Russell County.

The restaurants feature open kitchens, cocktail lounges, and extensive pre-prepared take-out offerings.


  • Carlton, Bob (November 6, 2015) "New restaurant from former Zoe's executives opening soon in Mountain Brook and Tuscaloosa." The Birmingham News
  • Carlton, Bob (January 17, 2016) "Meet Miss Dot: A story of fried chicken and friendship" The Birmingham News

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