Having taken up residency where Fairhope's Central Cafe once lived, Courtyard at 311 carries on the historic building's tradition with an updated, casual dining experience. Inside, waiters dole out seafood and sandwiches for lunch and dinner daily, including the Battle's Wharf, a po'boy that fuses hot turkey, ham, and sautéed shrimp with spicy melted cheese. Owners Harry and Alissa Johnson and Zack Smith–who also own Rosie's Grill–work with a staff of 30-plus employees to create an inviting atmosphere, which receives a musical boost on Thursdays and Sundays when live bands perform.
Andree’s Wine, Cheese & Things has been serving a variety of gourmet sandwiches, wines, gift baskets, and more for more than 20 years. Come on in for lunch or an afternoon snack, with options like the Captain’s Choice sandwich ($7.99), featuring smoked turkey, cranberry chutney, and swiss cheese. Andree’s most popular sandwich is the vegetarian Sunshine Crunch ($7.50), crowned with avocado spread, cucumber, onion, veggie cream cheese, and pecans. Daily rotating choices include the likes of quiche, lasagna, and soup-salad combos for chilly brontosaurs. Hundreds of bottles of wine from the United States and abroad are also available, ensuring plenty of delightful glassfuls with which to complement a satisfying lunch. Finish off the culinary pilgrimage by sidling up to a sweet selection such as a gourmet ice-cream sundae ($3.50) or a pastry from the bakery, where all goodies are made fresh on site daily.
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