30th Sep, 2014

Great Food and Restaurants around Fairhope Real Estate

Great Food and Restaurants around Fairhope Real Estate

fairhope real estateHungry?  Come, let the chefs around beautiful Fairhope real estate convince you to stay – at least part of the year.  Our great eats are part of the high-quality Southern lifestyle on the Eastern Shore of Mobile Bay.  For a century, Northerners and vacationers have basked in the tender climate of this happy destination just minutes from the sandy beaches on the Gulf of Mexico.

Fairhope is a small town of 17,000 residents but its eateries comfort palates from around the world.  Many come and return to stay.  Primary homes and second homes in Fairhope nestle into the lush woods in attractive subdivisions.  From waterfront cottages, downtown bungalows, and golf course homes to small acreage subdivisions, and estate properties, the Fairhope real estate market has a little something for everyone.

fairhope real estateTake an afternoon drive along Mobile Bay to sample the fresh Pickens from the shrimp boats and the waterside dining shacks.  Each has a special sauce and uses secret ingredients.  The Wash House Restaurant offers specialties such as Chateaubriand and Key lime bread pudding.  French Creole and Cajun food is a keynote at R Bistro and its yummy bakery.  And they are is great down-home cooking at Down by the Bay Café.  It overlooks the pier and Mobile Bay.

Blogger Jennifer Davitt recommends a few special places.  It is Callahan’s Irish Social Club for ground beef/Conecuh sausage and Heavenly Hash made by the cloistered nuns at Visitation Monastery Gift Shop.  The hash is actually a chocolate pecan morsel combined with homemade marshmallows.  Okay Google.  Looking for sushi?  Go fothe Bay Roll and Pad Thai at Shanghai Cottage.

Stroll through historic downtown Fairhope and you will taste why folks keep coming back for more.  Season after season, you’ll discover delicacies and come back for more of the ones you found.  Authentically charming downtown Fairhope with all of its wonderful nooks and crannies will welcome you.

  • Andrees on Fairhope Avenue offers delicious sandwiches.
  • Luscious tacos and Asian dishes at Dragon Fly.
  • Looking like a hole in the wall, Camellia Café is an extraordinary stop.
  • The organic connoisseur be right at home at Sunflower Café in the Eastern Shore Shopping Center.
  • Fairhope Inn is one of the best in town.

Buying and Selling Fairhope Real Estate on the Eastern Shore

For information about desirable Fairhope and Mobile Alabama homes located on the Eastern Shore of Mobile Bay, contact Lucinda Briggs of RE/MAX by the Bay at (251) 423-7127.

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