3 Spots to Fuel Up Before the Big Game

Gulf Shores & Orange Beach

You've always heard breakfast is the most important meal of the day. With breakfast options like the ones in Gulf Shores and Orange Beach, it's tough to pass it up. 

Server at Tacky Jack's Al

When you need a power-packed breakfast to fuel athletes on tournament day, see what’s cooking at three of our favorite breakfast spots on Alabama’s beaches.

Tacky Jacks is a guaranteed stop for a protein-packed breakfast. With three locations (Orange Beach, Gulf Shores and Fort Morgan), you’ve got options on where to eat before you play. The Farmer’s Omelet offers a hearty helping of eggs, peppers and meats. One thing is certain, you won’t leave hungry!

You may not be a pirate or princess, but that doesn’t mean you can’t pretend to be one. Bring the home team to The Hangout on summer weekends for brunch with scallywags and royalty at the Pirates and Princess Brunch.

Ginny Lane Bar and Grill in Orange Beach, Alabama

For a Sunday brunch to write home about, order up the Steak n’Eggs at Ginny Lane Bar & Grill at The Wharf. This dish is piled high with grilled steak, two eggs, biscuit, potato hash, green beans and demi glace. Ask for a table by the marina and watch the boats come and go before heading to the ball park for the day’s event.

After breakfast has passed, refuel at a different Gulf Shores or Orange Beach restaurant and decide which you like best!


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