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'''Fife Restaurant''' is a meat-and-three restaurant at 2321 [[4th Avenue North]] in [[downtown Birmingham]], across [[24th Street North]] from the downtown post office. It is open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday. The menu includes many Southern home-style favorites.
 
'''Fife Restaurant''' is a meat-and-three restaurant at 2321 [[4th Avenue North]] in [[downtown Birmingham]], across [[24th Street North]] from the downtown post office. It is open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday. The menu includes many Southern home-style favorites.
  
The business was opened in [[1959]] by [[Ernest Fife Sr|Ernest]]<!--Ernest Eldridge Fife Sr--> and [[Margaret Fife]]. They were later joined by [[Nathan Fife]].
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The business was opened in [[1959]] by [[Ernest Fife Sr|Ernest]]<!--Ernest Eldridge Fife Sr--> and [[Margaret Fife]]. They were later joined by [[Nathan Fife]]. The restaurant has stood at its present location since at least [[1974]].
  
 
[[John Kostakis]] purchased Fife Restaurant on [[December 1]], [[1989]].
 
[[John Kostakis]] purchased Fife Restaurant on [[December 1]], [[1989]].

Latest revision as of 13:20, 30 June 2020

Fife's Restaurant, January 2011

Fife Restaurant is a meat-and-three restaurant at 2321 4th Avenue North in downtown Birmingham, across 24th Street North from the downtown post office. It is open from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Saturday. The menu includes many Southern home-style favorites.

The business was opened in 1959 by Ernest and Margaret Fife. They were later joined by Nathan Fife. The restaurant has stood at its present location since at least 1974.

John Kostakis purchased Fife Restaurant on December 1, 1989.

References

  • Fullman, Lynn Grisard (January 13, 1999) "Fife's squash croquettes among stars of home-style menu." The Birmingham News
  • "Mrs. Margaret Tucker Fife" obituary (October 21, 2007) The Birmingham News