Are you a foodie looking to explore new culinary horizons? Look no further than Alabama’s Gulf Coast, where you’ll find a diverse array of delicious restaurants serving up everything from fresh seafood to Southern comfort food.
In 2023, we’ll take you on a culinary tour of the Gulf Coast, highlighting some of the best restaurants and dishes the region offers.
So, our family was chatting about fun ideas for the New Year and…
We said, “hey, what if we tested out a restaurant each week that we’ve never been to?!?” (we’re looking to expand our horizons a bit)
We don’t eat out a ton, and when we do, we typically go to our favorites (we’ll leave them unnamed here for the sake of this project).
So, we’re doing it.
This post will grow throughout 2023 as we add the new restaurants we try.
- We are eating our way through the alphabet.
So at the end of the year, we will have tried 26 new restaurants.
- We’re willing to drive up to 45 minutes from our home in the, located in the center of Mobile. (we might have to adjust this for certain letters — time will tell).
- The restaurant needs to be affordable enough that ‘Joe and Sally’ can take the family out to it on their family night out.
Looking forward to breaking bread with the family.
A is for… Azteca’s
Yes, I know, I can hear it now. “You guys have never been to Azteca’s?”
But dang, it was a really cool Mexican restaurant – the atmosphere was great – and we enjoyed the tunes (part of our fun).
I mean, have you ever had a ‘flowering’ avocado?
Me neither. Azteca’s scores a 5/5 tacos 🌮🌮🌮🌮🌮(*not a real scoring system…)
Be is for… Big Bad Breakfast
Every time we drive by, the place is hopping (especially over the weekend).
First place I’ve been to in a while where your ‘side’ can be a giant pancake.
We’ll be back for sure.
It gets a solid pancake rating🥞🥞🥞🥞🥞
We just recently added Big Bad Breakfast to our top brunch spots.