They have live music several nights a week, though I’m not sure who was playing tonight. I gotta say, I was glad we weren’t seated near the stage. The band was good, the singer didn’t do much for me though.
Although fried green tomatoes are their specialty (yeah, just think “Steel Magnolias”), I opted for the corn fritters instead.
They were crispy on the outside and had some corny goodness going on inside. Loren was craving a burger, so he got the Santa Fe burger. It had jalepenos, onions, cheese, avacado, and crushed tortilla chips on it. I thought the crushed chips were weird, but he seemed to enjoy it.
I went for the Portabello Mushroom wrap with goat cheese. I ordered it without the roasted red peppers, but somewhere between my mouth and the waiter’s ears, that little tidbit got lost. Otherwise, it was pretty tasty. I got some sweet potato fries with it and those were awesome. I could have just sat there and eaten those for dinner and been quite happy.
For $24, we got an appetizer, two dinners, and a drink. Their appetizers are half price during happy hour, 4-7pm.
My only sadness tonight was that they stopped carrying the raspberry truffle ice cream I loved. It had the most delicious dark chocolate hearts with raspberry filling in a vanilla/raspberry ice cream. I think it was a Working Cow ice cream, so I’m going to have to see if I can find it somewhere else.
At least they still have the cow…
915 Main St
Safety Harbor, FL