- Seahorse Restaurant
Breakfast potatoes are a great way to start the day. The Seahorse Restaurant, located at 800 Pass-A-Grille Way, has perfected their potato recipe. A side order of fresh pieces of potato are cut then fried before being served ($2.55). Add some salt and pepper to make it just right. Smother the home fried potatoes for just $1 more and add some pep to your step.
Potato skins can be the perfect precursor to a meal or just a good snack while enjoying a sporting event. The Brass Monkey offers an entire potato skin menu, complete with five different preparations: pizza ($8), mexican ($9), seafood ($12), crab ($11) or traditional ($8). For something a little less ordinary, try the seafood skins with a blend of crab, scallop, shrimp and cheddar cheese.
Order tater-tots from Postcard Inn’s restaurant, Wildwood BBQ and enjoy them as a side or as an appetizer. Choose from three recipes: seasoned, garlic and parmesan or chili cheese. The appetizer portion sells for a slim $5.
The famous beachfront restaurant, Caddy’s, offers potatoes cooked three ways. Their traditionally prepared potato salad is a creamy blend of fresh cut potatoes, celery and egg. It is a great side dish. French fries, either steak cut or curly, can also satisfy one’s carbohydrate fix ($2.99). Have them seasoned with island seasoning or leave them naked. The cheese fries ($3.99) are a popular selection while boosting it up with some chili (add $1) can also be enjoyable.
Enjoy the finer side of dining at Salt Rock Grill. The favorable dinner spot offers some tasty potato plates. Some are big enough to share. With your entree, try a baked potato, prepared at your table with all the fixings or indulge in homemade garlic mashed potatoes. Stand alone potato dishes include the Twice Rocked Potatoes for $5.90 or the Roasted Jalapeno and Three Cheese Au Gratin Potatoes for $5.90.