If you’re looking for killer food, Fairhope may have what you need. Cereal Killer is the new spot at 85 N. Bancroft St., open for brunch hours Tuesday through Sunday with extra dinner hours Friday and Saturday. Sandwiches that may put your life in jeopardy — such as the porchetta and pimiento cheese-filled Killer, a croque madame (croak!) and a breakfast banh mi — are augmented by mouth-watering truffle tots and coconut yogurt, to name a couple of sides.
Breakfast ramen, French toast and shrimp tacos sound almost as good as the Churro Bubble Waffle. Wash all of this down with a Mexican Coke or sodas from Big Jerk Soda Co.
Sounds like a scary winner to me — I can’t wait to try this. Check them out on social media. Maybe they’ll offer a discount if you wear a ski mask and bring your own rope.
The Fort brings container dining to Eastern Shore
Repurposed shipping containers are the hottest thing to happen to Spanish Fort since last summer’s sunshine. The Fort is a slew of eateries within the Spanish Fort Town Center next to the park. The colorful “buildings” bump up against a water feature and playground, and offer something for just about everyone.
The list of restaurants include Breaker’s Coffee/Sno Biz, Bleus Burger, Deuce Coop, Dickey’s Barbecue Pit, Dragonfly Taco Bar, Happy Pizza, Soul Bowlz and the Tap Station. There’s even a balcony above the bar! Plans for live entertainment are already underway.
Check them out while they’re brand-new and pretty. We will keep an eye on this, as I’m certain more will come. For more information visit spanishforttowncenter.com.
Chick-fil-A introduces cheese sauce in select locations
A questionably handsome young high schooler named Andy worked for three-and-a-half years in the Sawmill Square Mall’s Chick-fil-A, breading chicken, squeezing lemons and unsuccessfully flirting with the older high school girls who were just there for the nuggets and waffle fries. Back then the ladies loved dipping everything in that sweet, tangy Polynesian sauce. Decades later, things are on the verge of massive change.
The South’s favorite chicken sandwich chain is making waves by introducing a new cheese sauce. Perfect for dipping fries, nuggets or anything a young adult can imagine, the new cheese dip has been described on Twitter as “life-changing” and “the best thing that has happened to me today.”
Participation in this offer depends on the individual store. If your favorite Chick-fil-A doesn’t carry the sauce, I would suggest you start pestering them. Sorry, ladies, the Polynesian is free, but the cheese may cost you a little over a buck.
Lent me a fish sandwich
Every year at this time, fast-food chains start pitching their new ideas for fish sandwiches. Let me know if you reel in a good one. The more obscure the better.
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