The time has come to pack our cars and drive to Auburn to support the
Rebels. Follow this guide to have the perfect away-game experience!
Where To Eat
If you’re missing the feel of Oxford, go to Acre, where you can get familiar Southern cooking while experiencing Auburn’s historic downtown area. Their goal is to “interpret the complex, traditional tastes of the Deep South in a totally fresh and modern way.” Check it out!
The Hound is a family-owned restaurant serving classic American food that is simple but delicious. They like to focus on bacon, bourbon, family, and community. Come for any meal throughout the weekend because they are open for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
If you’re in a seafood mood, go to the Depot. They serve Alabama’s freshest seafood in a modern inspired way. You can also experience Auburn’s rich history because they are located at the Historic Auburn Train Depot.
The Hamilton serves modern American food and is well-known for always having live music. Choose from a large variety of sandwiches and salads, and be sure to save room for dessert!
Where to Party
The Sky Bar
Since the game kicks off at 11 a.m., you will need a place to go Saturday night. Definitely try out the Sky Bar because it is known as the “best bar in Auburn.” Go see for yourself!
If you are looking to relax, Quixotes has a chill vibe that includes great drink deals, trivia night, and live music. They stay open until 2:30 a.m. and are conveniently located downtown on College Road.
If you’re looking for quality spirits and beers, look no further! Avondale is full of comfy couches and cushy chairs, so it’s a good spot to have conversations with your friends or to meet new Auburn friends.
Bourbon is the local Auburn music venue. Jobe Fourtner will perform there Saturday night at 10 p.m. If you’re in the mood for a concert after the game, head to Bourbon for a good time!
One of the state’s most famous landmarks, Toomer’s Corner is a staple of both the city of Auburn and the University. Best known for their lemonade and ice cream, stop by and visit before or after the game. But be warned: Auburn fans emphatically throw toilet paper on the trees right after an Auburn win. But that won’t happen, right?
Go inside Jordan-Hare Stadium and cheer on our Ole Miss Rebels. Although it’s not The Grove or The Square, if you follow this guide, it will be like you never left Oxford!
Chewacla State Park
Before it’s time to drive home on Sunday, take a walk around Chewacla State Park. It is 696 acres full of trails, recreation opportunities, and relaxation. Be sure to stretch your legs here in this beautiful, one-of-a-kind Alabama landmark before the long ride back to Oxford!
We may have ventured behind enemy lines, but Auburn is famous for their southern hospitality. With a lot to do and see, Auburn locals and students are sure to be willing to point you in the right direction for a good time! Hotty Toddy, Road Rebs!
Julia Chisholm is an intern for HottyToddy. She can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.HERE!