It’s been a long time coming, but owner Tiffany Bliss says after 21 years she’s going after her dream and opening Tiffany B’s Eatery. She and her husband found footing in the former Chat A Way Café at the corner of Old Shell and McGregor, next to Rouses. Soups, salads, sandwiches, desserts and comfort foods are how it’s being billed, and a quick peek at the menu shows there are plenty of items in the under $10 range.
Sandwiches are offered on white or wheat or as wraps with a handful po’boy-style (I’ll take the roast beef with gravy). The chicken salad comes in classic or Buffalo. Comfort food, you ask? Field peas and snaps with Conecuh, green limas and ham, red beans and rice, cabbage and chicken and dumplings have me aching for cooler temps.
Salisbury steak, shepherd’s pie and pulled chicken with Bliss-B-Q sauce are but a few of the plates, served with two sides and bread. There are also salads but I was lost after dumplings.
We need more meat and twos around here. Sounds like this one will be great. Projected opening date is currently Oct. 2. Lunch should begin at 11 a.m. and dinner is over at 8 p.m. I’ll let you know if anything changes.
New Conecuh products hit Mobile shelves
Speaking of Conecuh, this town can’t get enough of it. So imagine the panic of trying to grab a pack of the new Little Chief franks before your neighbor Perry outdoes you. You’re more of a foodie than he is so you scour the county, only to find an empty space in the cooler.
Heartbroken over not having the latest meat trend, you come across their new sausage with cracked black pepper. With your favorite meat tube spiced with what may be the greatest seasoning of all, you are again king of the grill and rub it in Perry’s smart-aleck face. Perry is now reduced to straining his wrist on the pepper mill just to stay relevant. It’s the poor man’s version, Perry. Just give up.
MOD Pizza coming to Pinebrook
Made on demand (MOD) is the concept behind MOD Pizza, and one is coming to the Pinebrook Shopping Center, at Airport and McGregor. The nearly completed facility is next to Zoës Kitchen and currently boasts a sign that reads “Coming Soon.”
The business was started in Seattle in 2008 by husband-and-wife Scott and Ally Swenson, who pledged to keep it real by using hand-pressed dough, roasting their own vegetables and banning the bad stuff while being mindful of animal ethics and environmental impact.
It’s pizza and salads built to order with no extra charge for your choice of 30 different toppings. The menu online shows they didn’t have meatballs but do offer anchovies (thank you) as well as gluten-free and nondairy options. Check out modpizza.com for the full story.
Along with China Doll, Poke Luau, Zoës and Rock N Roll Sushi, that shopping center has become a hotbed of good eating.
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