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Eating • Exploring • Fun • Services • Shopping April 2014
Beachin’ Your guide to life on the Alabama Gulf Coast
After months of cold weather and empty beaches, it’s finally time to welcome back the season of sunshine and sunscreen: the spring. This means more live music at venues on the coast, more seafood specials at beachside havens and of course, visitors that seem to outnumber the grains of sand. The promise of fun in the sun draws students of all ages from across the country to our Gulf sands during spring break. This time of year brings a boom to the local businesses, but those busy days and nights — along with the traffic — may leave some wishing it were back to the slowas-molasses winter months. But with travelers impressed with the white beaches, the acclaimed seafood and the constant fun, locals can’t help but get a sense of pride when they get the chance to reply with, “I live here.” I’ve had my share of the seasonal slump, and even if it means a little more (or a lot more) traffic, I’m welcoming the spring with open arms. It’s that time of year when spring breakers replace snowbirds and the snow days are replaced with sandy, sunburned days on the beach. I’m headed there to get a spot. — Destiny Brown
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trying to get one of each spirit (vodka, beer, whiskey, etc.) in a Flora-Bama 50th anniversary spirit that we he legendary Interstate Mullet Toss and Gulf will have available for purchase throughout the year,” Coast’s Greatest Beach Party said Jenifer Surface-Ivey, marketing returns to the Flora-Bama director of the Flora-Bama. April 25-27 for a weekend filled Don’t just come thirsty for bushwith bushwhackers, oyster shuckwhackers at the event — come hunin’ and of course, mullets. gry, too. The Flora-Bama isn’t limit• No stepping out of the circle during Held on the last full weekend ing its beachside smorgasbord. your throw and follow through. of April, more than 35,000 people “We will have our full oyster • Throwing a mullet out of bounds flock to the Flora-Bama to celebrate bar open, so we will have everyresults in disqualification. the fish, not the haircut. thing that’s normally on the menu, • There will be six finalists in both the This year, the 30th annual Mulincluding hamburgers, chicken men’s and women’s divisions each day. let Toss falls on the same weekend fingers and oysters,” Surface-Ivey • Winners of the male and female as the 50th anniversary of the Flosaid. divisions will receive a trophy and a ra-Bama, making the well-known Live music will be on all three Flora-Bama gift certificate. honky tonk even more rockin’ than stages all day, every day during the usual. event. To celebrate the 50th anniversaThe Mullet Toss will be held on ry, the Flora-Bama has some special plans in the works. the sands in front of the Flora-Bama, where the tents, “In terms of the 50th anniversary as a whole, we’re bikinis and coolers will make the ultimate beach party.
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The Miss Mullet bikini contest is held inside the Flora-Bama every day of the event. The contest gives participants a chance to win a cash prize.
ABOVE: Participants stand on the Florida side of the line and toss into Alabama to see who can get the most distance. RIGHT: Amber Reed and Rachel Beech hold last year’s trophy.
Participants of the Mullet Toss will compete in throwing an approximately one-pound dead mullet over the state line of Florida and Alabama to see who can toss it the farthest distance. Tossers will throw from a 10-foot circle on the Alabama side. The Mullet Toss brings in travelers from across the globe every year to congregate for the one-of-a-kind event. “The money raised at Mullet Toss goes toward helping the communities with drugs and alcohol abuse, recovery, advisory groups or things related in the community,” Surface-Ivey said. “Each year, the Mullet Toss donates $20,000 on average to charity.” If you attend, make sure to actually throw a mullet. “So many people come and just have the big party and never actually get to the toss,” Surface-Ivey said. “If you’re going to come experience it, you have to do that.”
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Opening April 2014 2420 E. Second St., Gulf Shores 251-990-8555 www.bigdaddysgrill.net Formerly Rhythm & Rib’s in Gulf Shores, the Big Daddy’s franchise of Fairhope has big plans for the building. “Big Daddy’s Grill is a casual family restaurant providing guests with great seafood, po’ boys, hamburgers, sandwiches, salads and appetizers. Other than the location and not having live music, the Gulf Shores restaurant will be the same as the Fairhope location in menu options. They will have a full bar and offer a special lunch menu Tuesday - Friday from 11 a.m. - 4 p.m.” - Jason Newsom, owner of Big Daddy’s Grill.
Opened January 2014 26189 Canal Road, Orange Beach 251-980-8400 www.caymangrill.com Cayman Grill’s motto is “If our seafood were any fresher, your feet would get wet.” Sticking to the motto, the new restaurant has a unique menu and dedication to fresh ingredients that will make your waterfront dining experience a memory.
High Tide Oyster Bar
Opened January 2014 807 Gulf Shores Parkway, Gulf Shores 251-500-1217 Facebook: High Tide Oyster Bar High Tide Oyster Bar takes pride in its laid-back atmosphere and its raw and charbroiled oysters. The menu also consists of burgers, wings and po’ boys.
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Opened January 2014 25775 Perdido Beach Blvd., Orange Beach 251-981-2988 www.gilbeysseafoodandsteaks.com Located in the building where Zen was this time last year, Gilbey’s Seafood and Steak offers a wide selection of steak and seafood.
Opened February 2014 1545 Gulf Shores Parkway, Gulf Shores 251-948-4715 Facebook: Rouse’s Gulf Shores 7 a.m. - 10 p.m. daily Gulf Shores will be Rouse’s Market’s first beach location. The store has chains in downtown New Orleans, downtown Lafayette, along the Mississippi Gulf Coast, in Mobile, in Spanish Fort and in several other locations. Rouse’s became an original market to the area, selling coastal specialties like Gulf shrimp, Gulf oysters, Gulf crabmeat, wildcaught Louisiana shrimp, Florida Royal Reds and boiled crawfish alongside grocery items. Rouses expanded across South Louisiana and into Mississippi in 2007, becoming one of the 10 largest independent grocers in the country.
Anthony Jones ... Well Worth A Visit! Voted The Best Salon in Baldwin County in 2014
It was a beautiful summer morning when we left Fairhope, low humidity and not a cloud in the sky. We were on our way down to Orange Beach to check out a business that many of our friends have told us about, this Englishman who had opened a Hair Salon on the beach with his daughter Emma. My hair is very important to me and getting a good haircut is a must, and that is what Anthony Jones is known for and excellent hair color to boot. We have both been very dissatisﬁed with the last few attempts on designing our hair to suit our lifestyles; most of the so called stylists did not take into consideration our age or understand that we both want to look great without a lot of fuss and bother. The traﬃc was a bit heavy due to the summer visitors, but we arrived on time to this charming yellow and white beach house on the beach road with a fabulous view of the Gulf of Mexico. We were greeted warmly by Anthony and Emma and they ask us if we would like a cold drink or a glass of wine before he started making us beautiful. Pam, my friend, went ﬁrst since I was a little chicken after the last experiences. Anthony directed her to a styling chair and went on to explain the ten most important rules in designing a custom hairstyle to suit her. He ﬁrst looked at her face shape and explained that there are ﬁve face shapes out there and told her her face shape was oval. The next was bone structure and head shape, after that was the type of her hair, the texture of her hair, then what sort of condition her hair was in, followed by the way the hair grows out of the head, plus cow licks, then her likes and dislikes and fashion. Wow! What a lot of things to get right. So then Emma started with a relaxing shampoo and deep conditioning, then for the next 30 minutes Anthony’s hands were a sea of motion, lastly a quick blow dry with hardly any fuss and presto she was ﬁnished! She was so happy and she could not believe the diﬀerence in her hair. Now it was my turn, my hair especially in the summer
gets very frizzy and dry; I have tried everything out there for my hair with no success! Anthony explained that commercial hair products are made diﬀerent to professional hair products. Commercial shampoos are made of mild detergent and the conditioners are based on petroleum oil. Where professional hair products are pure and natural and give back to the hair, he also went on to say that we should all wash our hair every day and condition our hair the same. Anthony explained that at all times our hair has to have at least 8% moisture in it the same as our skin, we should treat our hair the same way as we treat our skin, by moisturizing it every day which made a lot of sense to me, since the last stylist told me not to wash my hair every day because in her mind it would dry it out. Anthony explained to me that yes using some drug store products would dry your hair out if washed daily. After we went through the ten rules, he took me to the shampoo area and treated me to the best shampoo and conditioning my hair had ever had. While shampooing, Emma explained to me what I should do in the morning in the shower, again stressing no over-the-counter hair products, that’s why my hair is dry and frizzy. After shampooing and before conditioning, towel blot the hair because the hair is porous like a sponge, putting any conditioner on one’s hair when it is full of water will not go into the hair itself, so blot it ﬁrst then apply the product and leave it in while you are washing yourself. Then before you leave the shower, rinse and count up to 10 slowly and stop, just rinse the excess and no more. After she explained to me the hows & whys, I understood. They are like hair doctors, if we listen and do what they says it works! Anthony has his own line of products and everything he used on me was his and believe me the stuﬀ works. The cut he gave me was wonderful; I walked out a new woman and so did Pam, no more frizzes! Oh, by the way he used a great product before he dried my hair called “POTION.” It is a gel with a lot of healing features with body, fabulous! I bought a bottle. Best money we ever spent and yes, we are deﬁnitely going back. He is a true professional.
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We’re finally seeing some warmer weather. Springtime opens all of Mobile Bay to some of the best inshore fishing there is.
In and south of the bay
The fourth month of the year is a fantastic month to be on the water in and south of Mobile Bay. The first place I drop my anchor is on all the inshore reefs south of Point Clear. Most of the specks left in the rivers will be moving south and will always hang around these reefs to feed. I would use live shrimp under a popping cork and pop until my arm falls off. Just make your cork sound like a fish hitting a surface bait. This month will also be a prime month for top water baits. Try the same reefs you fished with popping corks. If the reefs are void of speck action, then move south to the gas rigs. The depth is too much for popping corks, but slip corks work great. Just cast up current and allow your bait to float with the current toward the legs of the rig or any pilings near the rig used to tie down the crew boats or other larger boats.
On the lower end of the bay Dixey Bar, Ft. Morgan
On the lower end of Mobile Bay, try fishing the piers and old pilings along Ft. Morgan Road. Gulf Shores Marina is also a hot spot for larger specks and flounder. Just be sure not to get in the way of boat traffic coming in or out. Spend some money there and you’ll help keep the peace. The condo just east of the marina will also hold fish this time of the year. If that’s slow, then move out of the bay and fish the beach just east of the Dixey Bar. As you go by the Ft. Morgan boat ramp, chunk a few shrimp or plastics around the pilings. While on the beach, fish a shrimp-baited line on the bottom. Pompano will also be on the beach this month. If you catch some crokers inshore, keep them alive if you can. You can use them on some heavier line while drifting on an outgoing tide, and you may hook one of those hard-fighting bull redfish in the 20-pound range. In the spots on the lower end of Mobile Bay, you should be able to boat a good many slot redfish around all the marina pilings as well as their rock jetties. The water around the outside of the jetties is only around three feet — a perfect slot redfish hangout. The condo should be fished from the outside as they dislike non-renters fishing around their piers. All the others piers should be fished with all the respect you can show to the pier owner. Try not to lose hooks on top of the pier, as someone may step on it, which does no good to the owner and fisherman relationship.
Scattered in the bay
Trout should be scattered all over the bay this time of the year, and they hang out in large schools. It’s easy to load your fish box with them. Remember to know the creel limits and keep only what you want to clean. Flounder are moving into the bay this month and all of these redfish spots could be holding some real door mats. Flounder will eat shrimp and plastics, but I think bull minnows are the best bait. All and all, April is a fine month to fish the bay, near shore or offshore. As usual, know all the limits and rules of the road. Watch your wake and keep only what you’ll clean after a long day on the water. Stay safe, 251-550-5418 Life is good and so is the fishing.
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Jim Trelford and his wife Pat are loyal summer visi- He and Pat stayed in St. Louis, spending tors who have been coming to the Island from St. Lou- time in Gulf Shores during summer vais and Mobile for more than 30 years. cations. MARK Jim was born in 1937. After high school, he went Jim and Pat’s children love it here. into the Navy and was trained as an aerial photogra- They remember as children crossing the ROBINSON pher. He had hoped for pilot training, but he was color swing bridge to get onto the island. They remember blind. Completing his the uncrowded beachNavy commitment, es, the beautiful waves Jim went on to the and the white sugary University of Missouri sand. They also have and graduated with a many friendships that degree in business fiwere developed durnance and economics. ing their growing up While in college, years in Mobile. his twin sister set him The family came to up with his future the beach every weekwife, Pat. end. Now, they come They have been down whenever they married for 52 years. can get away. From college, Jim Jim, Pat and the was hired by Benefikids have strong memcial Insurance Group. ories of the beaches, He also decided to the A&W stand and enter a program that the arcade. would lead to a law Back then, they’d degree. He applied be sure to leave the isand was accepted. land by 2 p.m, because When he was offered with the swing bridge, a job in Mobile, Pat it took more than an jumped at the opporhour just to get from tunity, while Jim was the island up to Spansomewhat hesitant. ish Fort during the Neither had been summer months. there, but they knew Although he was it was close to the waborn in 1937, Jim is ter and the Mississippi not the kind of guy Gulf Coast. to lie around. He and The couple ended Pat keep active with up moving, and Jim their daily walks. Jim stayed with the comenjoys a round of golf, pany until 1978. and Pat plays bridge. Pat went to work Jim and Pat enwith Ideal Cement joy sharing time with Company. They suptheir family as well plied cement for much as a multitude of Gulf of the Interstate sysCoast friends. Jim is tems, including Interproud of his children state 10 and Interstate and loves them dearly. Jim Trelford 65 in the area. One never knows While in Mobile, who you’ll meet on they had three children. the island, but sometimes a wrong turn will lead you After several years in Mobile, Jim began thinking to new friends. Jim and Pat are the kind of people that about leaving the company and eventually had job of- you can’t help but like, and who make me proud to be fers from several other insurance companies. on the island. His company, knowing he was thinking of leaving, offered him a job in St. Louis, and in 1970, the family moved back. Jim was assigned a desk job, but he knew they’d one day be back on the Alabama Gulf Coast. See GulfCoastNewsToday.com for the full article. After 42 years in the insurance industry, Jim retired.
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Bloody Magnolias, an interactive murder mystery dinner theater Erie Meyer Civic Center 1930 W. 2nd Street, Gulf Shores You’re invited to the grandest ball the Gulf Coast has ever seen hosted by the mysterious Dr. Louis and Delphine Beauregard, in this hilarious romp described as Cajun voodoo meets Scooby Doo on the bayou. Dress up or down, don your Mardi Gras masque and come join the fun. For more information, call 251-968-1174.
Friday, April 4
The Coastal Art Center of Orange Beach Clay Studio
26389 Canal Road, Orange Beach A ribbon cutting ceremony will be held at 1:30 p.m. Event is from 5:30-7:30 p.m The Coastal Arts Center of Orange Beach has now finished a complete grounds renovation project including construction of a state-of-the-art Clay Studio. The lusciously landscaped grounds featuring new bay-side amenities provide a unique special event venue for Pleasure Island. Guests can enjoy a sunset grand-opening reception. The event is free and features live music by the Sims Family Music; refreshments will be provided by Compleat Angler Seafood Grille and Bar. For more information, call 251-981-ARTS (2787).
Perdido Key Wine and Art Festival
15500 Perdido Key Drive, Pensacola 5:30 p.m.-8 p.m. For $15, guests will receive a commemorative wine glass and five tasting tickets. VIP Event and all inclusive tickets are $25 per person and $45 per couple. Enjoy “A Taste of Perdido” April 4-5 when the Perdido Key Wine and Art Festival welcomes spring to the scenic barrier island. The event, complete with arts and crafts vendors and live music, will be held inside and outside the new Visitor Information Center, overlooking the beautiful Gulf of Mexico. On April 5, people can enjoy more food and live music; for $15 you will receive a souvenir glass and tickets to taste five wines. For more information, call 800-328-0107 or visit www. visitperdido.com.
Saturday, April 5
Family Fun Day at Waterville
Waterville amusement park, Gulf Shores Parkway 12-5 p.m. $10 Meyer Vacation Rentals and Meyer Real Estate Century 21 are hosting the event to raise money for Relay For Life. All proceeds go to the American Cancer Society.
Price includes unlimited roller coaster rides, go-karts, mini golf, trampoline, kiddie rides and lunch. For information, call 251-948-2106.
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The Wharf www.thecolorrun.com Get started with a huge pre-race party; then run, walk, dance, or skip your way through five kilometers of happiness. Finish it all off with a celebration at the epic finish festival.
American Heart Association’s 22nd Art for Heart Yacht Bash
Fisher’s Dockside, Orange Beach Marina 6 p.m. Tickets start at $100 This elegant and upscale gala will generate funds to support education, research and awareness to prevent heart disease. The Art for Heart Yacht Bash will feature five yachts guests can tour. Guests can bid on silent auction items as well as a live auction at 8 p.m. Call 678-224-2047 or contact Bridgett.email@example.com.
GCAA Art Market
Meyer Park, 400 East 22nd Ave., Gulf Shores 10 a.m.-5 p.m. The Gulf Coast Arts Alliance Art Market, in partnership with the City of Gulf Shores, is a venue for local and regional artists to display and sell their original works of art. Featured work will be pottery, oil, acrylic, watercolor and plain air paintings, jewelry, textile, carved wood and metal arts. In addition, there will be hands-on art activities for children, live entertainment and delicious food. For more information email firstname.lastname@example.org or call Maria Bastin at 251-968-8222.
Thursday, April 10
Music at Meyer Park featuring Uncle Lucius
Meyer Park at W. 3rd Street 6 p.m. 251-968-1172 for more information Free Austin-based indie rock band Uncle Lucius takes rock and roll from its deep roots and pushes it onward by putting its own honest interpretation of new rock sounds with elements of R&B and blues added.
Saturday, April 12
10th Annual Wiener Dog Races
The Wharf 11 a.m.-6 p.m. www.wienerdograces.net Spectators: $5 donation/person or $15 donation/family Racer entry fee: $10 (includes trainer and one pet crew member) Proceeds benefit Florida Dachshund and Furrever Homes Rescue Teams Races are dedicated to the Pensacola Volunteer Team, whose time and dedication allowed the races to happen nine years in a row and have collected almost $30,000 for the Florida Dachshund Rescue Foundation.
Saturday, April 19
Easter Egg Hunt and Kids’ Fun Day
Flora-Bama www.florabama.com. Flora-Bama hosts a family friendly Easter Egg Hunt event every year the Saturday before Easter.
The Mullet Man Triathlon
Flora-Bama The Mullet Man Triathlon, a high quality event, promises a great course, super volunteers, awards three deep and overall, as well as a post-race party with fabulous food and fun.
Sunday, April 20
Easter Buffet and Egg Hunt at Perdido Beach Resort
Perdido Beach Resort www.perdidobeachresort.com; 251-981-9811 x 103 Flowers blooming, bunnies hopping and spring is in the air. The Perdido Beach Resort will celebrate its annual Easter Buffet and Egg Hunt. Reservations recommended.
Worship at the Water Easter Service Flora-Bama 11 a.m.
Wednesday, April 23
17th annual Mullet Swing Golf Classic
Lost Key Golf Club in Perdido Key, Fla. 11 a.m. A portion of the proceeds will support the Multiple Sclerosis Society. This event is a popular start to the annual Interstate Mullet Toss and Gulf Coast’s Greatest Beach Party.
Thursday, April 24
Music at Meyer Park featuring the Mulligan Brothers
Meyer Park at West Third St. 6 p.m. Free 251-968-1172 This emerging group from Mobile proves that good stories and lyrics still matter in music, and well-written songs don’t need a catchy chorus or a happy ending to win over an audience or to be played over and over.
Friday, April 25
Baldwin County Meeting featuring Sarah Palin
Orange Beach Events Center at The Wharf 6-9 p.m. $125 www.baldwingop.com Sarah Palin will be the featured speaker at Baldwin County Republican Party’s annual dinner. Palin is a former governor of Alaska, a political commentator for Fox News and the 2008 Republican vice-presidential nominee.
Friday, April 25 – Sunday, April 27
Interstate Mullet Toss and Gulf Coast’s Greatest Beach Party
The Flora-Bama Friday at 12 p.m., Saturday and Sunday at 10 a.m. What started as just a reason to party has become one of the biggest beach parties on the coast. Those who participate in the Mullet Toss will throw a dead mullet over the state line of Florida and Alabama to see who gets the farthest.
Friday, April 25 and Saturday, April 26
Bama Coast Cruise
The Wharf bamacoastcruise.com. The Bama Coast Cruise, presented by O’Reilly Auto Parts, is held annually during the last full weekend of April at The Wharf Resort & Marina in Orange Beach. The show, which has been growing rapidly each year, has earned a reputation as the best Cruisin’ Event on Alabama’s Gulf Coast.
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Saturday, April 26
Darius Rucker True Believer Tour with Eli Young Band and Corey Smith The Amphitheater at the Wharf 7 p.m. 251-224-1000 Tickets are from $37.60 to $62.30
Participants will learn strokes, appropriate stances, recovery methods and proper use of the equipment. The lesson also covers the do’s and don’ts of the waterways so you can rent or buy a board and feel comfortable.
April 16, 1-5 p.m., April 19, 9 a.m.-1 p.m., April 27, 1-5 p.m., May 10, 1-5 p.m.
Wind and Water Learning Center Kayak Classes
Ongoing events April 12, April 26, May 10, May 24
Wind and Water Learning Center Paddle Board Classes
Canal Road Orange Beach behind the library 10 a.m.- noon each day $60 Minimum age 14 251-981-2610; email@example.com
Canal Road Orange Beach behind the library. $65 Minimum age 16 251-981-2610; firstname.lastname@example.org Kayaking classes this spring led by American Canoe Association certified instructor, Ron Smith. This class is an American Canoe Association Skills Course: Quickstart Your Kayak. This workshop is a brief introduction to paddling a kayak.
Pinnacle 14 Cinemas
Hwy. 59, just north of the Canal Bridge • Gulf Shores Action becomes motion. Sound becomes motion. Scenes become motion.
LIVE METROPOLITAN OPERA
An experience you won’t soon forget.
Fathom Events brings the best in one-night and limited-run events, like operas, comedy, Broadway productions, concerts and sports, right to your local movie theater. • Video Arcade • 100% digital projection • Wall to wall screens • Dolby Digital surround sound • 3D capable in 6 theatres • True stadium seating
• 4 feet between rows • 2 party rooms • Full service Concession pretzels, pizza, hot dogs, cheese sticks, chicken fingers, and funnel cakes
• Discount Movie Tickets for Senior Citizens and children (all day), and Students and Military after 6pm. • On-line ticketing thru • Moviegoer rewards club • Gift Cards available
251-923-0100 • www.cobbtheatres.com
Musician Spotlight: Cowboy Johnson By Destiny Brown
DB: Where do you currently play on the Coast?
Local guitar picker and bluesman Cowboy Johnson takes his music to stages up and down the Gulf Coast. Cowboy gives some insight on his craft and the music scene.
CJ: I play at Flora-Bama two to three times a week, the Pleasure Island Tiki Bar on Canal every Thursday and some Fridays and Happy Harbor on Marina Road on Sundays.
DESTINY BROWN: When did you discover your love for music?
DB: What are your future plans for your music?
COWBOY JOHNSON: From the time I was 5, I would go to my parents' friends' house who were in a touring gospel quartet. They would practice and I would sing along with them, and that's how I leaned how to sing. I left home at 15 and went to work for a farmer in Minnesota who knew a little bit of guitar. He taught me the basic initial chords, and there I was.
CJ: Soon, I'll be on the road for the month for a midwest tour. The only CD I have of originals is two or three years old. I'm going to the midwest in May and playing from Denver to Chicago with old friends that used to be in my bands.
DB: When did you begin playing at venues? CJ: I've been playing at venues since I was 17. I've had a lot of bands; R & B bands, country bands. I know my name is Cowboy, but it's just a nickname. Most of my stuff is more of a blues type. DB: When did you move to the Gulf Coast? CJ: After playing in Texas for 15 years, I moved here four years ago. I brought my late friend Mickey Newberry's mother here a couple weeks after Ivan, and I've been involved with the Frank Brown Songwriters Festival every year since then. It helped me get my foot in the door playing at the festival year after year. I was grandfathered into the Frank Brown Songwriters Festival because I had a tribute album of Mickey's songs.
ABOVE: Cowboy Johnson at the Flora-Bama Yacht Club. RIGHT: Johnson plays at Pleasure Island Tiki Bar in Orange Beach.
DB: What is your favorite part about playing music on the beach scene? CJ: Everywhere you go, people support it and come out to listen. They actually come for the music and don't just come to the bar to party. I appreciate that. It's rewarding and satisfying and makes it worthwhile. DB: What advice would you give to a singer/songwriter? CJ: I donâ€™t like singers that try to simulate other people. I don't want to hear some other guy try to sound like Garth Brooks. Just sing in your natural voice and be who you are.
251-981-6979 (City Hall) (Mon.-Fri. 8am-5pm)
251-980-INFO (City Infoline) 251-981-SURF Daily Beach Report www.cityoforangebeach.com
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Frequently Asked Questions 1) Tents (no larger than a 10x10 ft.) are allowed on the beach, but they have to be placed behind (North of) the designated sign marker post and should be removed before night. Tents cannot be placed between the sign post and the Gulf of Mexico. This is for designated emergency and safety access. 2) Pets are not allowed on the beach on the Gulf of Mexico or surrounding islands (Robinson, Bird, Walker). However they are allowed at the designated city Dog Park on Canal Rd. (Hwy 180) next to Sportsman Marina. All dogs should remain on a leash within the city limits. 3) Glass in any form (bottle, cup, container, etc.) is strictly prohibited on our beaches and islands. 4) A yellow or green flag posted along gulf beaches means to use caution while swimming in the gulf waters and is permitted. A red flag means danger and one should not swim in the waters. Double red flags mean that swimming in the waters is prohibited by law. Purple means WARNING! A jellyfish or other marine threat. 5) All trails and parks are free and open from daylight to dusk 7 days a week. 6) Fires or flames are strictly prohibited on the beach. This includes grills, tiki-torches, lanterns, open fire pits, candles, fireworks, etc. 7) Jet skis, boats, and any other motorized vessels, are prohibited from launching along the gulf front beaches.
You’ll love our greens. 9 Hole Par 3 Course Open to the Public Tee times not required
Lighted Driving Range Covered mats • Practice bunker
Daily Green Fees: $15.00 to walk 9 $20.00 to ride 9
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(251) 981-GOLF/4653 • 4700 Easy Street (off Canal Road)
Winding through thousands of acres of natural habitat is the Hugh S. Branyon Backcountry Trail. Come discover the beauty and diversity of over 10 miles of 6 paved trails and 6 distinct ecosystems that make up this multi-purpose trail.
• New boulder park for kids • Eco-tours • Geo-caching fun for the family • Butterfly Garden • Screened pavilion • Wildlife sightings • Miles of trails for walking, running and biking
Coastal Arts Cente r
Gallery Hours: M-F 10am-4pm Sat. 10am-2pm
of Orange Beach
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Make Your Own Glass!
Call to reserve space in a group class. $50.00 per person
Paint Your Own Pottery! $20-$25 Per Item
Coasters Make Your Own!
Fused Glass Suncatcher $25 Takes 20 min.
* Hand-building $35 per hour * Wheel-Throwing $50 per hour *Make several small items or a large masterpiece
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Join us for our grand opening bay-side reception April 4th, of our beautiful new grounds and Clay Studio. Ribbon cutting at 1:30pm. Sunset Event starts at 5:30pm.
Country stars lined up for concert at The Wharf
or the second concert of 2014 at the Amphitheater at The Wharf, a trio of country superstars are lined up to take over the stage. Headlining Darius Rucker and featuring Corey Smith and the Eli Young Band, the musicians bring a once-in-alifetime concert that features a combination of their Nashville and Texas Country hits to The Wharf.
n It was a shock when you found out his real name wasn't Hootie. Darius Rucker, former lead singer and guitarist of the band Hootie and the Blowfish, began his music career in 1986 with his famous band with hits like “Breakfast at Tiffany's” and “Hold My Hand.” n In 2008, he continued his music career solo. He co-wrote with Clay Mills and recorded his first solo single, “Don't Think I Don't Think About It.” The song debuted at No. 51 on the Billboard Hot Country Sound charts and made him the first African-American singer to reach Top 20 since Charlie Pride in 1988. n His second album, “Learn to Live,” was certified gold by the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA) in 2009 and received a platinum certification. n His next singles, “Alright” and “It Won't be Like This for
Long,” also made the top of the country charts.
n Corey Smith is popular for his songs about his college days at the University of Georgia and spring breaks on the Gulf Coast, like his hit “If I Could Do it Again.” n The Georgia artist recorded his first album, “Undertones,” in 2003, which included one of his most popular songs, “Twenty One.” n In 2005, Smith recorded his second album, “In the Mood,” which includes hits like “Drinkin' Again” and “It's Over.”
Eli Young Band
n Members Jon Jones, Chris Thomson, Mike Eli and James Young began their musical journey while attending college together at North Texas State University. n The Eli Young Band has three No. 1 hits under its belt as well as a Grammy nomination and an Academy of Country Music Award for Song of the Year for its hit “Crazy Girl.” n The band has recently released its second Republic Nashville album, “10,000 Towns.”
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Come Get Your Snapper On!
8-hour charter $12500 per person (special ends May 23, 2014)
Call today 251.981.FISH Gulf Winds II
Through a special permit program, you will be able to catch and retain red snapper. Designed by Gulf Headboat Collaborative www.gulfheadboat.com
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The Gulf Coast Art Alliance (GCAA) brings creativity outreach to the community through frequent art markets, events and its newest addition, the GCAA Gallery. Bringing a new art gallery to the community, the GCAA Gallery sits on E. 24th Ave. along the brick sidewalk across from Acme Oyster House and in sight of the beautiful canal. Renovating the building for the GCAA Gallery, which was formerly a church, took a lot of dedication and TLC. “We've been looking for a year and nothing became available, and then we heard about this,” said Maria Bastin, chairman of GCAA. “We're excited to be here because we love the location. When we told the city, they were really excited because art is their goal and their vision for this street. We're excited to be a part of that and to be the first art place here.” The GCAA Gallery will allow regional and local artists of all trades to showcase, promote and sell their work. “We invite all the local artists and everyone to come,” Bastin said. “All of the artists love it, and the community and visitors love it. It's a place they can come and view the local art and even get some to take home.” Artists have to pay a fee to display their work, but if they volunteer to work a certain number of hours at the gallery, their fee is reduced. GCAA also reaches out to younger artists by pairing with Kaleidoscope for kids art classes. “We're going to have Kaleidoscope Saturdays every week, where we will have a project for kids,” Bastin said. “This summer, we also plan on having some kind of summer art camp.” There will also be art classes at GCAA. “Tommy Vogel will be coming and teaching once a week, and he teaches pastels and drawing,” Bastin said. “We will have one day for open classes and hopefully a photography class.”
GCAA Gallery will host art walk once a month. Gulf Shores High School art class is involved with GCAA. The school showcases the students' artwork at every art market. “Austin Boyd brings the artwork for his class, and we let them come and show for free,” Bastin said. “The high school wood shop will also be making projects to come sell at the art markets.” Depending on the number of volunteers, the GCAA Gallery plans on being open six days a week from 10 a.m. to 6 or 8 p.m.
The Gulf Coast Arts Alliance Art Market WHEN: Saturday, April 5; 10 a.m. - 5 p.m.; Future dates include June 7, Aug. 2, Sept. 6, Oct. 4 and Nov. 1 WHERE: Meyer Park at 400 E. 22nd Avenue, Gulf Shores ABOUT: In partnership with the City of Gulf Shores, the GCAA Art Market will feature original art by local and regional artists. The event has grown to include art projects for children, local musicians and concessions. It has become a favorite daylong event for locals and tourists. MORE INFORMATION: GulfCoastArtsAlliance.com; 251-986-8222 or 251-223-3970. For information about volunteering, email email@example.com.
Among the artists who will be exhibiting and demonstrating is lamp worker Dan Rush. Rush learned early in life not to be afraid to try something new, especially if it would help express creativity. His current interest in glass began about 10 years ago. “I was soon captivated by the craft of making beads with a torch, which is called lamp working,” Rush said. His work has since expanded to include creative glass sculptures and pieces of glass artwork. Rush is also pastor at Crosswinds Church in Gulf Shores where his congregation has become involved with helping teach children’s art projects at the GCAA Art Market.
Assembly of God CHRISTIAN LIFE CHURCH 25550 Canal Rd, Orange Beach 967-4840 www.christianlifechurch.tv
541 Cotton Creek Dr. (Co. Rd. 4), Gulf Shores 968-6858 www.gulfwaychurch.com
Baptist FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF GULF SHORES
Catholic OUR LADY OF THE GULF CATHOLIC CHURCH
308 East 22nd Ave, Gulf Shores 968-7062 www.ourladyofthegulfal.org
26547 Perdido Beach Blvd., Orange Beach 981-8132 www.stthomasbythesea.org
Church of Christ CHURCH OF CHRIST OF GULF SHORES
2200 West First St., Gulf Shores 968-7369
2414 W. 1st St, Gulf Shores 968-7769 www.gulfshoreschurchofchrist.org
FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH OF ORANGE BEACH
Episcopal HOLY SPIRIT EPISCOPAL CHURCH
4773 Bay Circle, Orange Beach 981-4288 www.firstbaptistorangebeach.com
616 Fort Morgan Rd, Gulf Shores 968-5988 www.holyspiritepiscopalgulfshores.com
FISHERMEN BAPTIST CHURCH
ST. PETER’S EPISCOPAL CHURCH
17101 River Rd., Bon Secour 949-6387 www.fomm.org
FRIENDSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH 7159 County Rd. 10, Bon Secour 949-6486
ISLAND FELLOWSHIP BAPTIST CHURCH 28290 Canal Rd, Orange Beach 980-1005
LAGOON BAPTIST CHURCH
17867 State Hwy 180 W., Gulf Shores 968-7057 www.lagoonbc.com
OYSTER BAY BAPTIST CHURCH, SBC 4280 Plash Rd., Gulf Shores 968-7805 www.oysterbaybaptist.org
ROMAR BEACH BAPTIST CHURCH 23370 Perdido Beach Blvd., Orange Beach 981-8959 www.romarbeach.org
SHELL BANKS BAPTIST CHURCH 12125 State Hwy 180, Gulf Shores 540-7136
6270 Bon Secour Hwy, Bon Secour 949-6254
Greek Orthodox ST. ATHANASIOS GREEK ORTHODOX CHAPEL 220 E. 20th Ave, Gulf Shores 967-2020 stathanasios.al.goarch.org
Lutheran GRACE LUTHERAN CHURCH-ELCA 491 West 23rd Ave, Gulf Shores 968-5991
PEACE LUTHERAN CHURCH 8250 Roscoe Rd., Gulf Shores 974-2545
ST. JUDE’S BY THE SEA LUTHERAN CHURCH 312 E. 16th Ave, Gulf Shores 968-5833
Methodist - United GULF SHORES UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
1900 Gulf Shores Pkwy, Gulf Shores 968-2411 www.gulfshoresumc.org
MORGAN’S CHAPEL UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
Hwy 10, across from Swift School, Bon Secour 949-7400
ORANGE BEACH UNITED METHODIST CHURCH
28751 Canal Rd., Orange Beach 981-6751 www.orangebeachumc.org
Non-Denominational IGLESIA CASA DE LUZ Companerismo Cristiano 225 E. 24th Ave, Gulf Shores 948-3467
SAFE HARBOR HOUSE OF PRAYER Multi-Culture Full Gospel 7320 Bon Secour Hwy, Bon Secour 223-3615
ST. ANDREW BY THE SEA, A COMMUNITY CHURCH
17263 Ft. Morgan Rd, Gulf Shores 968-3900 www.standrewbythesea.org
Presbyterian FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH (USA) OF GULF SHORES 309 East 21st Ave., Gulf Shores 968-7720 www.gspres.com
GRACE FELLOWSHIP PCA 19470 Co. Rd. 6, Gulf Shores 968-5302 www.gracefellowship-pca.com
ORANGE BEACH PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
26640 Canal Rd, Orange Beach 981-4220 www.orangebeachpresbyterian.org
CHRISTIAN SERVICE CENTER
PROGRAMS: Emergency Aid, Food Pantry, Ozanam Charitable Pharmacy and Meals on Wheels. 317 Dolphin Ave., Gulf Shores 968-5256 www.cscgs.com
Hanging out at the beach can make you hungry. When it does, head out to one of our remarkable Gulf Shores and Orange Beach restaurants. With the world’s best inshore and offshore deep sea fishing, you’ll find that succulent, fresh-off-the-boat seafood is the order of the day. Of course, you don’t have to have seafood! You’ll find plenty of restaurants in Gulf Shores and Orange Beach serving barbecue, steak, Italian, Japanese, Mexican, pizza, deli-style sandwiches and more.
FROM THE SUNSET CORK ROOM’S KITCHEN
MEET THE CHEF Jonathan Jackson
Compliments of Jonathan Jackson Ingredients n 8 ounces chicken breast (boneless skinless or with skin) n 4 ounces cherry tomatoes n 1 cup spinach n 4 ounces fresh or canned corn n 3 ounces fresh made or store bought pesto n 1/3 cup heavy cream n Salt and pepper to taste n 1-2 teaspoons of olive oil n Pair with mashed potatoes
Preparation Preheat oven to 375 degrees. Heat 1 teaspoon olive oil in a pan. Salt and pepper chicken breast. Brown chicken on one side. Flip and finish in oven till done In another pan, heat one teaspoon olive oil, then saute corn, tomatoes and spinach. Add salt and pepper to taste. Add heavy cream and pesto and allow to thicken. Place mashed potatoes on plate; add chicken and top with sauce.
Jonathan Jackson has been cooking at The Sunset Cork Room for seven years. Jackson moved to Gulf Shores from Little Rock, Ark. where he pursued his long term passion for creating recipes. His culinary creativity is displayed throughout the menu at The Sunset Cork Room in many recipes such as Susan’s Chicken.
Sandwiches • Ice Cream Smoothies • Icees Hamburgers Hot Dogs • Chili Dogs
$5.69 / Combo $9.29
Cheeseburger: $6.29 / Combo $9.45 Bacon Cheeseburger:
Double Cheeseburger: Hot Dog:
$8.29 Combo $11.45
$2.95 / Combo $6.95
$3.95 / Combo $7.95
Chili Cheese Dog: Corn Dog:
$6.69 Combo $9.69
$4.95 Combo $8.95
$2.19 / Combo $5.95
(2) $4.19 Combo $7.19 (4) $6.19 / Combo $9.19
Home-style Chicken Breast Chunks: $4.99
Mini Chicken Tacos:
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BLT with or without mayo:
Nachos – n – cheese: Cheesesticks:
Fried Mac-n-cheese: Funnel Cake Fries: Fried Cheesecake: Fried Pickles:
4 Bama Beignets:
(6) $5.19 $4.19 $3.19 $4.19
Choose Your Spud: $2.95 French Fries, Waffle Fries, Curly Fries, Tator Tots, Onion Rings
Chili Cheese Spud: Load Your Spud:
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Combos include your choice of spud & small fountain drink. Fountain Drinks: small / 16oz: $1.50 medium / 24oz: $1.95 large / 32 oz: $2.75
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Spinach & Artichoke Dip Baked Crab Dip Fried Calamari Cajun Crab Cake *Oysters on the Half Shell Tomato & Shrimp
FULL BAR ON PREMISES
*Classic Filet *Ribeye CATERING SERVICES AVAILABLE *Filet Oscar Bayou Grouper Shrimp & Grits SALADS Pecan Snapper Pecan Encrusted Chicken Shrimp Pesto Pasta Monthly Wine & Pear Grilled Shrimp & Herbed Dinners Fried Shrimp Platter Goat Cheese $35 Cajun Crab Cakes Four Wines Garden Salad Four Tasting Courses Fried Seafood Platter Classic Caesar Jerk Chicken SOUPS Beer Pairings Jambalaya Pasta $30 Seafood Gumbo Shrimp & Artichoke Bisque Soup of the Day
(All Sandwiches Served with a Pickle Spear & Your Choice of Fries or Coleslaw)
Cajun Crab Cake *Grilled Ribeye Poboy Cuban Pork Sandwich Cajun chicken Sandwich Shrimp or Fish Poboy Oyster Poboy *Ginny Lane Burger
Four Distinctive Brews Four Food Pairings
Ask about our featured brewery! THE WHARF
4780 Wharf Parkway, Orange Beach, AL 36561
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*Consuming raw or uncooked meat, seafood or shellfish may cause potential health risk
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Experience Food with No Boundaries, a Twist on Contemporary New Orleans Cuisine
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Bunny Brunch The Easter Bunny will be appearing at the Louisiana Pantry during brunch on Sunday April 6th, 13th and 20th from 10AM til 1PM. Reservations Only
da Ba Bayou! ayou! you!
Island Pig Roast
cooked on da bayou! Come by the Louisiana Pantry every Sunday from 3 P.M. til sunset! (Market Price)
Every 3rd Saturday starting at 3 P.M. Cochon de Lait for $16.95 per portions with 2 sides and a salad
Orders To Go: CALL 251-948-7262 or 251-948-6529 Highway 59, Gulf Shores 1/2 Mi. North of the Beach
Papa-Roccos Has It All! • Live Entertainment 7 nights a week and never a cover charge • Full Menu until Midnight • Lunch Specials Daily M-F 11-2 • Happy Hour 11-7 Mon.-Fri.
www.paparocco.com Visit our website for our current nightly music line up!
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Shrimp Pizza • All Meat Pizza • Bacon Cheeseburger Pizza Spinach Alfredo Pizza • Chicken Club Pizza • Buffalo Chicken Pizza
* To Go Orders Welcome *
Cajun Oysters (Whooee!) Oysters Alfredo Oysters Fiesta
www.paparocco.com for complete menu details
Hot Shucks (The Heat is On) Baked Oysters Oysters Rockyfeller Oyster Parmesan
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All oysters @ market price Suck em down RAW on the Half Shell..............1/2 doz or dozen Steam em up w/a lil drawn butter & lemon.....1/2 doz or dozen
(Early Bird Price valid with purchase of a beverage)
Every Thursday, Prime Ribs 5 p.m. til (Jan. 1-March 1)................................................$11.25
(With purchase of a beverage. Dine in only. No plate sharing)
Monday’s, Oyster Stew (Jan. 1 - March 1)......................................................................$5.95 Tuesday’s, Salmon Patties, white sauce, Potatoes & Beans (Jan. 1-March 1) ................$6.95 Wednesday and Sunday, all you can eat Spaghetti (Nov. 1-March 1) all day ...................$5.75
Winter Specials 4 to 7pm
add Meatballs ...................................$1.50 add Sausage..................................... $1.50 add Meatballs & Sausage..................$3.00
Served With Garlic Bread Seafood Pasta .....................................$13.95 Fettuccine Alfredo .........................$8.95 Baked Ravioli.......................................$11.95 Chicken Alfredo ...........................$11.95 Manicotti .............................................$11.95 Shrimp Alfredo ............................$13.95 substitute Alfredo Sauce..............$2.00 Lasagna (Papa’s Favorite)...........$12.95 Italian Combo Dinner ...........................$14.75 Spaghetti .......................................$7.95
Mama’s Italian Specialties
Who’s Your Daddy Burger! Try it we DARE YOU! ..........................................................$15.95 Rocky’s Knock Out Burger.................$ 7.95 Ultimate Chicken Sandwich....................$9.95 Add Bacon...............................................1.00 Grilled Chicken Sandwich.......................$8.95 Add Bleu Cheese Crumbles...................... 75¢ Reuben ..................................................$9.95 Alpine Burger ....................................$ 8.95 Hot Dog .................................................$4.25 Patty Melt .........................................$ 9.95 Coney Island Chili Dog ...........................$5.95 Meatball Sandwich ............................$ 8.95 Baked French Onion Sou ........................$6.50 Italian Sausage Sandwich..................$ 8.95 Bowl Chili ..............................................$5.50 French Dip.........................................$ 8.95 Baked Chili ............................................$6.75 Philly Cheese Steak...........................$ 9.95 BLT........................................................$6.25 Papa’s Prime Steak Sandwich ......... $10.95
(Mushrooms, green peppers, onions, black & green olives, tomatoes, and mozzarella cheese)
(Artichoke hearts, sun-dried tomatoes, onion, feta cheese, mozzarella & pesto)
Artichoke, Sun-dried Tomato................$16.25............................................................$19.25
(Alfredo sauce, mozzarella cheese, shrimp, scallops, mushrooms, onions & broccoli)
Seafood Primavera Pizza.....................$16.25 ............................................................$19.25
(Whole slice tomato, bacon, feta, onion and pesto)
Flying Tomato......................................$16.95 ............................................................$19.95
Papa’s Specialty Pizza
Add Shrimp:.........................................$ 2.75...............................................................$3.75
(Pepperoni, onions, sausage, green peppers, mushrooms, beef, ham, black & green olives)
Price Buster Pizza...............................$12.95.............................................................$16.96
(Pepperoni, onions, sausage, green peppers, mushrooms)
Papa Delux Pizza.................................$10.95 ............................................................$14.95
Pepperoni, sausage, onions, green peppers, mushrooms, beef, black or green olive, ham, hot pepper rings, anchovies, extra cheese, fresh tomatoes, bacon, sauerkraut, Canadian Bacon, pineapple, French and ranch dressing.
Our Great Cheese Pizza.......................$6.95.................................................................$9.95 Each Item............................................$1.30.................................................................$1.65
Snow Crab (1.5 lb.).....................................................................................................$23.50 Royal Reds (1 lb. seasonal)......................................................................................... $18.75 Combo Reds & Crabs (2 lbs) ......................................................................................$25.50
SERVED WITH GARLIC BREAD AND COLESLAW
Papa’s Steamed Specials
Caesar Salad..................................Side $5.95 Dinner ..........................................$6.95 add Chicken $1.95 add Shrimp $2.95 Spinach Artichoke Dip....................................................................................................$8.75 Stuffed Mushrooms (3).................................................................................................$8.95 Oysters Picard (3).........................................................................................................$9.95 Garlic Bread (2) $2.75..........Cheese Bread (2) $3.50................... Add Marinara Sauce $.75 Boil Shrimp Small (6oz.) $8.25................. Large (12 oz.) $13.75 Papa’s Wings With Ranch Dressing (6) $6.50.....................(12) $9.50 ...........(25) $16.75 Potato Skins (Choose any three toppings) ...................................................................$9.95 Combo Platter: 3 Wings, 2 Stuffed Mushrooms, 3 Skins ..............................................$11.50 Nachos -- Best In Town Round 1: Cheese............................................................................................................$5.95 Round 2: Chili & Cheese.................................................................................................$7.95 Round 3: Chili, Cheese, Black Olives, Onions & Green Pepper ........................................$8.95
Italian Garden Salad ......................................................................................................$4.75
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Moe’s Original BAR B QUE
25603 Perdido Beach Blvd., Orange Beach, Alabama
Moe’s Original Bar B Que offers a New Meaning to Beach BBQ If you’re hungry for
Pulled Pork, Wings, Southern Fried Catfish, Fried Shrimp and their Famous Ribs Come To Moe’s To Get Your Fix!
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Double & Triple Wide Packs Available Also oﬀering
Catering Service for Special Events & Parties MON-WED 11am-7pm • THURS-SAT 11am-8pm SUN 11am-4pm Unless We Sell Out First! Shirt and Shoes are NOT Required, or expected.
If the pit house is smokin’, we’re open!
A Southern Tradition Since 1988
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25603 Perdido Beach Blvd., Orange Beach, Alabama • 251.981.RIBS (7427)
Served with choice of two sides and a drink Pulled Pork Smoked Chicken Smoked Turkey Shrimp Moe Boy Catfish
Served with cornbread, two sides and a drink Pulled Pork Smoked Chicken Smoked Turkey Chicken Wings Catfish • Ribs - sm / lg
Baked Beans • Marinated Slaw Potato Salad • Bag O’ Chips Banana Puddin’ Special Side of the Day
Haul it Home
Double-Wide Family Pack (3-4 people) Triple-Wide Pack (5-6 people) 1 lb. O’ Pork Whole Bird 1 lb O’ Turkey Rack O’ Ribs Half Pint O’ Sides Pint O’ Sides Pan O’ Sides
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Daily Lunch Specials Fresh Steamed, Grilled, Blackened, Fried, Baked and Sautéed Seafood
Award-winning Fish and Shimp Specialties Casual Family Atmosphere Reasonable Prices Senior Menu Available, from 3pm - 5:30pm
Seafood Kitchen 138 West 1st Ave • Gulf Shores, AL • 251-948-7294
138 West 1st Ave Gulf Shores, AL
Seafood Kitchen Lunch Menu
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(Served with your choice of two side dishes) Saturday & Sunday - Add $1.00
Fried Shrimp - tail less Blackened Catfish Fried Catfish Broiled Flounder Fried Flounder Grilled Chicken Chicken Creole Fried Chicken Tenders Country Fried Steak Hamburger Steak Pork Chops Country Ham Vegetable Plate SandwicHeS
7.25 7.25 7.25 7.25 7.25 7.25 7.25 7.25 7.25 7.25 7.25 7.25 6.99
(Served with french fries)
Complimentary Ice Tea and Bread Served with All Dine in Lunch Entrees. Add House or Caesar Salad 3.25 Substitute Salad for side dish 1.75 Po-Boy Sandwich 8.99 Cheeseburger 7.99 Crab Cake Po-Boy 10.99
Cheese, Italian, Thousand Island, French, Low-Fat Ranch, Raspberry Vinaigrette, Balsamic Vinegar, Balsamic Vinaigrette, Sesame Asian, Oil & Vinegar
Riviera Salad - with pecan chicken tenders - with chicken tenders - with boiled shrimp - with grilled or blackened chicken Caesar Salad - w/grilled or blackened chicken - w/boiled shrimp Gumbo & Salad - a cup of Seafood Gumbo and our Bisque & Salad Seafood favoriteS
7.25 9.99 8.99 9.99 8.99 7.25 8.99 9.99 7.99 8.50
(Served with your choice of two side dishes)
Add House or Caesar Salad Substitute Salad for side dish Fried Butterfly Shrimp Fried Oysters Fried Crab Claws *Coconut Shrimp Grilled Shrimp
2.25 1.75 10.99 12.99 13.99 11.99 10.99
StarterS Oysters on the Half Shell 1/2 dozen 5.99.....1 dozen 10.99 Southern Style Crab Cakes 9.99 Shrimp Remoulade 7.99 Crab, Spinach & Artichoke Dip 8.99 Coconut Shrimp 8.99 Stuffed Mushrooms 8.99 Alligator Bites 8.99 Fried Crab Claws 1/2 lb........12.99 1 lb........24.99 Tuna Dip 7.99 Sweet Potato French Fry Basket 7.75 Fried Green Tomatoes 6.99 GuMbo & Soup Seafood Gumbo cup....4.75 bowl....6.49 cup....5.25 Crab & Shrimp Bisque bowl....7.99 fried Seafood favoriteS (Served with your choice of two side dishes)
Butterfly Shrimp Tail-less Shrimp Bon Secour Oysters Crab Claws Fried Fish of the Day Shrimp & Flounder Shrimp & Oysters Fried Catfish
*Monte Cristo Sandwich 7.99 SaLadS Dressings: Honey-Mustard, Ranch, Bleu
15.99 14.99 16.99 17.99 17.99 16.99 17.99 14.99
(Served with your choice of two side dishes)
Shrimp Lover's Platter Fried Seafood Platter Broiled Seafood Platter Creole Platter Caribbean Platter Crab Platter Seafood SpeciaLtieS
17.99 18.99 16.99 18.99 18.99 23.99
Stuffed Shrimp Shrimp Scampi Blackened Catfish Coconut Shrimp Grilled Shrimp Shrimp Creole Crawfish Etoufee Crab Cake Dinner SteaMed Seafood
16.99 16.99 14.99 16.99 15.99 15.99 15.99 15.99
(Served with your choice of two side dishes)
(Served with new potatoes & one side)
Snow Crab Legs - 2 lbs. 26.99 Royal Red Shrimp - 1 lb. 22.99 Combo - 1/2 pound Royal Reds & 1 pound Snow Crab 23.99 toniGHt'S catcH (Served with your choice of two side dishes) Choose from the following preparation styles:
Fried Catch Blackened Catch Grilled Catch Broiled Catch
17.99 17.99 17.99 17.99
Fried Seafood Platter 14.99 Broiled Seafood Platter 13.99 Stuffed Shrimp 12.99 Mahi-Mahi 11.99 Yellow-Fin Tuna 11.99 Tilapia 9.99 Grouper 12.99 Snow Crab Legs 16.99 Royal Reds - 3/4 lb. 16.99 Combo - 1/2 lb. Each 16.99 Crab Cakes - 2 cakes 13.99 paSta Fettuccini Alfredo 10.99 - w\grilled or blackened chicken 11.99 - with shrimp or crawfish 12.99 Basil Pesto Pasta - with Roma Tomatoes 10.99 - with grilled chicken 11.99 - with shrimp 12.99 Side diSHeS Fried Green Tomatoes ~ Green Beans Turnip Greens ~Sweet Potato Casserole Corn Fritters ~ French Fries Mashed Potatoes w/Gravy ~ Fried Okra Au Gratin Potatoes ~ Steamed Veggies Kernel Corn ~ Yellow Rice Black-Eyed Peas ~ Cole Slaw Lima Beans ~ Macaroni & Cheese
New Orleans Catch Mediterranean Catch Caribbean Catch *Pecan Encrusted Catch *Paneed Catch Land Lover'S fare
19.99 19.99 19.99 19.99 21.99
(Served with your choice of two side dishes)
Hawaiian Rib-eye - (12 oz.) 18.99 - add jumbo grilled or fried shrimp add $4.00 Jamaica-Jerk Chicken 14.99 Grilled Chicken Breasts 13.99 Fried Chicken Tenders 13.99 paSta Fettuccini Alfredo 13.99 - with grilled or blackened chicken 15.99 - with shrimp or crawfish 16.99 Scallops Alfredo 15.99 Shrimp & Pasta Marsala 18.99 Basil-Pesto Pasta 13.99 - with grilled chicken 14.99 - with shrimp 15.99 Side diSHeS Substitute House or Caesar Salad for a Side Dish - Add $1.75 Sweet Potato Casserole ~ Cole Slaw Baked Potato ~ Steamed Vegetables Yellow Rice ~ French Fries Fried Green Tomatoes
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