Monthly Archive: September 2015

Crab Island

Crab Island

Crab Island is a shallow spot of water where everyone and their mom anchors their boat and watches each other get hammered. It stays pretty family friendly until the Billy Bowlegs festival. Then you want to send the kids home and make sure you aren’t wearing a white bathing suit, unless you really meant to buy a brown one. There isn’t much you won’t see..crab people at their finest.

 

Blue Dot BBQ

blue-dot-barbecueSoup Nazi of bbq! Get in line and order either ribs or a burger, thats all the options you’re gonna get. Grab a bag of chips on the way out if you’re still hungry. So if you want to “have it your way”…head on over to the golden arches. Additionally, good luck getting in, and don’t get tricked by the schedule on the door. The hours are whatever the owner feels like! Call beforehand…but even that isn’t a sure thing (true story). But if you do succeed, oh man…it is worth it. Btw…its not worth asking around…no one seems to know about Blue Dot unless they live within a few blocks.

Sluggo’s

SluggosAn interesting liberal oasis in a sea of “Roll Tide!”…and I’m a conservative. Slug’s is a hip little vegetarian restaurant and safe haven to the artsy fartsy vagabond type from Pensacola College. Parked next door to a gay bar where you can eat awesome vegetarian food in one room and dance to some heartfelt, slightly off key indie band in the next. Ideal to experience weird art/music/beer/people and great food.

Tucker Duke’s Lunchbox

Tucker DukesFreakin Amazing Burgers. Established by a local family with a mission to provide the Crab People with a blessing that will forever be underappreciated. They are the best I have ever had….and I’m a burger snob from In-N-Out territory. However, the few that do know share my sentiment. The rest are too busy driving through Whataburger (not being sarcastic).

Shark Bite

Shark BiteThis little burrito truck brings San Diego burrito style with the Red Neck Riviera culture. I can’t go to this spot without seeing someone I know and chatting it up with the owners. The owner operator, retired Navy Seal, will most likely learn your name right off the bat and ensure you are having a good time, a refreshing change in an area with TERRIBLE customer service. The stay open till they sell out, and they usually do, so make sure to call in advance.