Filed under: Food Made by Other Food Folks | Tags: breakfast, food, life, pirate and princess breakfast, places to eat in gulf shores, the hangout
We love pirates. We love princesses. We love breakfast.
This meal was a perfect fit.
A small group of us went to the Hangout for the Pirate and Princess breakfast one morning. We weren’t sure exactly what to expect, but we were very happy with the experience.
We ordered the buffet, which was actually a large platter of food that we could have refilled any way we wanted without ever having to leave the table.
That, my friends, is my kind of buffet.
The eggs were not the greatest, but the rest of the food was good. The bacon and sausage hit the spot. The biscuits were warm. The grits were nice and cheesy.
The beignets? Outstanding.
I’m talking great. We ordered five refills of them. Five. They were warm and soft.
They were so good, as a matter of fact, that when we returned to the Hangout later in the week for lunch, we asked for and got more beingets until the kitchen ran out.
The Hangout’s breakfast was great fun. The kids got to do a treasure hunt with the priates and a princess, who also visited our table. The view was uncomparable. The gift shop rocked. The kids’ meals were free. The company and food were great.
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