Taste of Tuscaloosa: T-Town Market Brings Convenience Downtown

Eric Hull serves as co-owner of both Black Warrior Brewing Company and T-Town Market. Eric Hull serves as co-owner of both Black Warrior Brewing Company and T-Town Market. Sheena Gregg

Convenience and community: These are the two things that drove Black Warrior Brewing Company Co-Owner Eric Hull to create the concept of T-Town Market. The store opened in May, and Hull said he’s blown away by the community’s response.  

“So far, we have had a great reception from all our neighbors and have loved getting to know many of the people working at City Hall and the other businesses in the area,” said Hull.  

As a convenience store touting an array of products, patrons can expect to find anything from ranch dressing to charcoal for the next barbecue. One could also consider T-Town Market a convenient place to grab a fountain drink, gummy worms, and bag of Doritos for that extra lift of comfort during a stressful day in the office.   

“Our inventory is constantly evolving as we learn the preferences and needs of our great customers, however you can expect to grab all your favorite snack foods, drinks, candies, tobacco products, as well as a grocery section carrying all your essential items,” Hull said.   

One of the newest additions to the market includes a rack dedicated exclusively to Tuscaloosa-made products. Tea-Town Tea products, Left Hand Soap Company, and The Nut Shop are just a few of the featured vendors on the Tuscaloosa-specific shelf.  

Hull’s primary goals are to provide a wide variety of products, and to maintain excellent customer service. 

“As a locally owned business, we strive to be a great community partner with those in the downtown area and beyond. You'll always be greeted with a smile, and if there is anything you weren't able to find we do our best to get it introduced into our inventory. Make plans to stop on in next time you're supporting the other great businesses downtown and let us know what you think.” 

For more information on T-Town Market, including daily store hours, visit facebook.com/ttownmarket.  

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Sheena Gregg

Registered Dietitian/Assistant Director, Health Education and Nutrition Services at The University of Alabama, in Tuscaloosa

Website: https://www.linkedin.com/in/sheena-gregg-83612a9b

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