I was going to tell you about a few instances of frustratingly poor service at a few of our local restaurants, but have instead, decided to use my powers for good, not evil. The only thing I’ll say about the topic is, restaurant owners, please don’t bring half the table their food while making others wait another 20 minutes. And don’t put Jambalaya in my Gumbo and act like it’s a good thing.
(Phew . . . I feel better now).
|Windmill Market entrance, home to both Sweet Olive Bakery and Mary Ann’s Deli.|
With restaurants on my mind, I thought it would be a good time to present the world’s shortest restaurant review. We have winter Snowbird visitors flying in, and they often want to know where to eat. Here is a list of downtown Fairhope restaurants who get it right all the time, and will cheerfully and quickly correct any oversight.
|Panini Pete’s lunches are fabulous, and his morning Beignet’s rival those in New Orleans.|
Panini Pete’s – Fresh and delicious! Guy Fieri’s favorite. Homemade mozzarella.
|Excellent Seafood Salad from Pinzone’s Italian Downtown|
Pinzone’s – The most authentic Italian food in Alabama. Fabulous atmosphere, good service too.
Camellia Cafe‘ - Contemporary menu. Delicious – mouth watering good food. Upscale.
|Just a little something sweet from the Fairhope Inn.|
The Fairhope Inn – Excellent, beautiful food and great service. Always a favorite. Upscale.
Master Joe’s Sushi - Authentic, fresh and always a line to get in.
What’s your favorite Fairhope restaurant?
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