On the Menu Archive
Where Y’at Seafood Market is where you can find authentic New Orleans cooking and flavor at its best without going to Louisiana.
Serving cuisine ranging from beignets to Boudin balls, the family-owned market and restaurant are located at 4233 Highway 87, five and a half miles north of Navarre Parkway on the west side.
Wine can be a complicated topic. Many different variables go into the taste and smell of each bottle of wine.
Where the grapes come from, how they’re processed, how close they were to the ocean, the temperature, the soil, the elevation – it all plays a role in wine production.
Debby Rogers has always loved coffee. She wanted to open her own coffee shop drive-thru 30 years ago.
“I wanted to specifically cater to people on the go, where you could feel welcomed with a smile and grab a great cup of coffee, and be on your way,” Debby said. “Somewhere you didn’t have to fight for parking or stand in line.”
At the end of May, Scooter’s Fish House introduced their new A La Carte menu, where each food item is priced separately.
“It’ll give customers more options and open the menu up a little more,” said Vernon Diedrich, one of the managing owners of Scooter’s.
Get ready for a week of celebration at The Vine Wine Bar, Bistro and Shoppe.
David and Erin Crumbley, owners, have planned the second anniversary celebration for the week of June 7-11, and are also celebrating the creation of The Vine nine years ago.
Scooter’s Fish House is open every day from 11 a.m. until 9 p.m. serving some of the freshest seafood on the Emerald Coast.
“The shrimp and the fish are always fresh from the Gulf,” said Vernon Diedrich, one of the managing owners of Scooter’s.
The Vine Wine Bar is trying something different for the month of March.
They will be featuring a delicious salad each week and letting the customers vote on which one they like the best. The winning salad will be added to the menu.
Crawfish season has officially commenced at Where Y’at Seafood Market.
The season normally runs from February to June, but Where Y’at has been serving crawfish hot and ready, imported straight from Louisiana since Thanksgiving.
Let the good times roll! Ye Olde Brothers Brewery will be hosting their Mardi Gras Festival Saturday, Feb. 12 from 12-5 p.m. featuring Cajun food from Where Y’at Seafood Market & Restaurant and live music from Stevie Hall.
The event will be free to attend with free beer samples offered, and festive food may be purchased at the festival. You won’t want to miss the jambalaya or the gumbo, both made from Louisiana folks who guarantee authenticity.
Temperatures are cooling down and Dickey’s Barbecue Pit in Tiger Point is heating up.
Owner Wendy Williams and her hard-working team serves delicious Texas-style, slow cooked barbecue at Dickey’s in Tiger Point, located in the plaza in front of Publix.