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.
With its European-inspired atmosphere and selection of organic sips and bites, Amore Que Latte keeps bodies delectably percolating throughout the day. Keep a brain buzzing with sups of cappuccinos ($2.75+), mochas ($3.25+), and americanos ($2.15+), or sit down with a steaming cup of yerba mate ($2.85+) or green-pear tea ($2.85+). Carnivorous hunger pangs can be delectably silenced with bites of paninis such as the Neoclassical, a savory melding of oven-roasted beef, aioli, mild cheddar, roasted bell peppers, and organic baby greens ($8.50), while salads, such as the greek garbanzo bean ($6.70) and cranberry blue-cheese ($6.70), provide leafy sustenance for meal-seeking herbivores. In between slurping and surfing the free WiFi, customers can enjoy occasional movies and jazz and blues tunes on select evenings.
Nestled inside the Page and Pallette bookstore, Latte Da Coffee Shop treats visitors to piping-hot cups of joe, as well as elaborate latte treats and iced beverages. Guests mingle with friends in the shop's woodsy interior, browse the web with free wi-fi, or read magazines as they snack on pastries and Blue Bell ice cream.
"A Taste of New Orleans" is just that for owner, Monica Tucker, who was born and raised in the Big Easy. ATONO is located in beautiful Fairhope, Alabama where Monica has brought some of her favorite New Orleans food and treats to the Eastern Shore.
Twenty-seven is more than a number at Old 27 Grill: it?s a theme. Nestled along old County Road 27, the eatery fills glasses with a choice of 27 beers and wines and fires up handcrafted burgers, dogs, and hand-cut steaks that can be loaded with a choice of 27 toppings. There are also 27 $5 cocktails to sip either inside, next to natural-wood fixtures, or outside, on a patio surrounded by tall trees. Chefs prepare their own soups, salad dressings, and sauces, including the signature Comeback sauce, with regional ingredients whenever possible. Rolls come from local bakeries and produce comes from local farmers (when in season), although occasional live music does not include local fiddle instructors. Old 27 Grill?s small grocery store also shelves an eclectic array of gourmet Alabama-made products alongside a selection of distinctive beers and wines.
Classic Latin American dishes fill the plates at Cristina's Peruvian Restaurant. Dinner guests can feast on spanish paella, stuffed poblano chilis, and aji de gallina?shredded chicken simmered in parmesan-cream sauce and a smattering of fresh herbs. Easy-to-eat handholds include the grilled-groper sandwich, peppered with Peruvian spices, and the lomo saltado sandwich, whose homestyle strips of steak are cooked with onions and tomatoes and served on a toasted bun. Diners can finish off their meals with one of the eatery's original desserts.