Matter of Taste: Benedicts on the Beach
Spring breeds beach days, which should be started off right with the most important meal of the day. Benedict creations are always a hit, regardless of your taste.
It has been scientifically proven that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Get your metabolism in motion with one of the beaches latest and greatest benedict plates. We did the research for you so just sit back, relax and decide where you will indulge.
If you are into a unique menu with a European flare, check out the Madeleina Cottage restaurant. Meaty dishes and gravy-smothered options are among some of the more popular items on the menu. The cottage prepares benedict seven different ways. We chose the most unique and you probably won't find it anywhere else. The Prime Rib Benedict ($9.50) is a made with a toasted English muffin, two poached eggs, hollandaise sauce and a 5 oz. slice of prime rib. Home fries and onions are served on the side.
Looking for a place to watch the sun come up and enjoy your breakfast in the sand? Caddy's is the spot for you. Located on the Gulf side, the establishment is known for its tasty food and unmatched view of the beach. The Florentine Benedict is one of six benedict recipes that Caddy's has to offer. It includes a toasted English muffin, two poached eggs, fresh spinach, onion and applewood smoked bacon. The dish is $8.39 and is served with one side: fruit, grits, sliced tomatoes or home fries.
Are you in need of a little rest and relaxation while you enjoy your benedict? Try Nina's Cafe. With an mellow atmosphere and fresh menu to boot, Nina's is the place to be. The Crab Cake Benedict is a filling dish complete with a toasted English muffin, two poached eggs, two homemade crab cakes and hollandaise sauce. The plate can be yours for just $9.99 and it comes with home fries.
If you are in the mood for a southern benedict, visit Peg's Cafe. There are many options to be explored at Peg's with a bendict menu boasting four styles of preparation. The Sausage Sylvester is priced at $7.50 and aims to please. It starts off with a toasted English muffin and instead of Canadian bacon, juicy sausage patties are used. The patties are topped with two poached eggs and hollandaise sauce. Home fries are served on the side.
For a tropical escape that includes friendly service and delicious food, look no further than Sweet Sage. The menu does not disappoint with more than a dozen styles of eggs benedict to choose from. For $9.98, the Twice Stuffed Eggs Benedict can be yours. A twice stuffed baked potato is topped with poached eggs, shaved ham and hollandaise sauce. The dish comes with a choice of one side: hot apples, breakfast potatoes, grits or fruit.