Chris DuPont is the best chef in Birmingham. That's saying a lot. I'd stack him against Stitt or Hastings any day of the week.
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I met my sister here for lunch after hearing rave reviews. We ordered fried oysters and okra for our appetizer and both were good and tasted fresh. I ordered the quail and my sister had the braised beef short rib. The quail was fried in...More
We were finding most of the places we were thinking of having dinner closed on this holiday weekend. We were very pleased to find Cafe Dupont. We were not dressed properly (shorts) but we felt welcome. The food was excellent and in perfect quantities. I...More
Downtown but valet parking in front. The atmosphere was fun, clean decor, trendy. Wine list robust. The appetizers (especially the tuna) = super. Excellent crisp salads, variety of deliciousness entrees. Didn't try desserts or coffee. Wait staff knowledgable and quite helpful with good suggestions. Friendly.
Cafe Dupont is probably our favorite fine dining restaurant in Birmingham. The food is always excellent with an outstanding wine list. Even though there may be a lot of diners who are there on business, the noise level is always at an acceptable level. Definitely...More
At the request of friends celebrating an anniversary, my wife and I met them at Cafe Dupont. While the food was good, the prices were way too high. My wife had a late lunch and was not very hungry so she ate an appetizer. The...More
I ate at this property this afternoon, as a scounting trip for my church group. I had the pork tenderloin ($18.00), 2 (two) glasses of charnonnay (Macon - $12.00), and the apple cake ($9.00) for dessert. This white-table cloth property is aimed at the downtown...More
One of my favorite meals I've ever had. We had the chef's tasting and everything, I mean everything, was absolutely fantastic. Our server was super helpful and accommodating. Just simply a fantastic restaurant for a special occasion.
We try to get by Cafe Dupont at least once a month - and to date we have not been disappointed with any selection. Yes the bar area and restaurant are dark - but lit with candelight and dim lights that add an air of...More
The food here is expensive but good, though not as good as at Birmingham's best restaurants, such as Bottega, Highlands or Hot and Hot. There are two dining rooms, one where the bar is located, which is dark and forbidding, and the other to the...More