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A Bessemer landmark since 1907, the Bright Star is said to be the oldest continuously operating restaurant in the state of Alabama. Featuring traditional Southern favorites, many with a Greek flair, the Bright Star’s signature dish is Greek-style snapper and Greek-style steak. Fresh vegetables served daily at lunch. Hours are 11am to 10pm Thursday-Saturday, 11am-9pm Sunday-Wednesday.nnA Bessemer landmark since 1907, the Bright Star is said to be the oldest continuously operating restaurant in the state of Alabama. Featuring traditional Southern favorites, many with a Greek flair, the Bright Star’s signature dish is Greek-style snapper and Greek-style steak. Fresh vegetables served daily at lunch. Hours are 11am to 10pm Thursday-Saturday, 11am-9pm Sunday-Wednesday. Recognized as an “America’s Classic” restaurant by the James Beard Foundation, Bessemer’s Bright Star was founded by Greek immigrant Tom Bonduris in 1907, and 111 years later, his descendants, brothers Jimmy and Nicky Koikos, and their cousin, chef Andreas Anastassakis, carry on the family tradition.

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