Rotten Ralph’s Restaurant sits on the Bridge Street Pier in Bradenton Beach, Florida. Not the kind of place you’d expect to find Crabcake Benedict on the breakfast menu. Nonetheless, take my recommendation and devour the yummy house specialty for just $7.99. Or you can build your own omelet, starting at $5.99. Those with a hankering for real Canadian bacon, the kind from Canada, are in luck, the ham-like meat remains a staple on the menu.Continue reading Rotten Ralph’s Restaurants
Breakfast at the Dancing Avocado Kitchen left me with happy feet. The restaurant swings with attitude and taps a lively beat. I feasted on the house specialty, an avocado, onion and cheddar Jack cheese omelet. I’ve never considered adding avocado to eggs, but let me tell you, these two know how to tango. Now, I must also admit, when I tried to duplicate the recipe at home, mine performed a little dip. Not nearly up to the scorecard taste of the original.Continue reading The Dancing Avocado Kitchen, Daytona Beach
A Review of Tuscaloosa’s Restaurants
I recently made my first trip to Tuscaloosa, Alabama, that southern city with the funny sounding name. She’s home to the University of Alabama, its 28,000 students and approximately 90,000 residents. That’s a lot of hungry people to feed, but plenty of innovative restaurateurs manage to please all tastes.
Here’s a sampler of some of the best:Continue reading 5 Tasty Places to Dine in Tuscaloosa