When it comes to the Alabama Gulf Coast food scene, fresh gulf coast seafood—shrimp, oyster, and crab, intersect with southern specialties like grits and pimento cheese.
Add to the food, the atmosphere with stunning sunset views over the waterfront, and you’ll be looking forward to returning for that next Gulf Coast gourmand experience.
Serves breakfast, lunch, and dinner with a view. My meal at Tacky Jack’s featured the Royal Reds.
Fishers find them in deeper water than other shrimp, so they taste like a combination of lobster and scallops.
With a hint of the Gulf’s briny taste, the subtle aroma reminds you it is indeed all about the oysters — raw, roasted, or Rockefeller.
You’ll find all the southern specialties you’re searching for. LuLu’s has an extensive allergy menu. They require a manager to take the order from those with allergies.
They started the dish by mixing Andouille sausage and shrimp with tomato cream and Tasso ham sauce. Then they served it on top of Gouda grits.