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St. Simons Island Eateries Your Tastebuds Will Thank You For (part 2)

Wednesday, July 12th, 2017

7. Palm Coast Coffee, Cafe & Pub

Coffee by day. Music & brews by night. The Meza Plate has all the goodness (including spanikopita, tzatziki, tabouleh + more). Opa! Not feeling that level of Greek? Then you must order a wrap! We highly recommend the Thai Wrap the melding of Asian flavors in your mouth is to die for.

Palm Coast Coffee, Cafe & Pub

📷: Andrew N via Yelp

8. Del Sur Artisan Eats

“Rustic Argentinian/Italian artisan cuisine.” Where else can you order Roasted Lamb Empanadas as an appetizer?  Or dive straight into the main course with their Four Hour Lamb Shank (Ossobucco Style) on a Bed of Creamy Polenta. Mmmmm. You absolutely have to listen to their pairing suggestions, they’re talented at choosing the perfect glass of wine to complement any dish!

Del Sur Artisan Eats

📷: Del Sur Artisan Eats

 

9. Sal’s Neighborhood Pizzeria

He began as a boxer in New Jersey and he’s broken world records, but it’s the food that will knock you out! Did we mention he can throw the dough? Yeah, total pro. Pizza is obviously delicious, but we also recommend trying the Salzones- only share if you aren’t into leftovers.

Sal's Neighborhood Pizzeria

📷: Sals Neighborhood Pizzeria

10. Delaney’s Bistro and Bar

This family business has been around for over 20 years, and as long as the locals have say in it, they’ll be here at least another 20! If you’re there for lunch, make a point to try the Tasso Chicken. (Fun fact, this family also owns Cafe Frederica, which is featured on our breakfast favorites blog here.)

Delaney's Bistro and Bar

Tasso Chicken 📷: Delaney’s Bistro and Bar

 

This family business has been around for over 20 years, and as long as the locals have say in it, they’ll be here at least another 20! If you’re there for lunch, make a point to try the Tasso Chicken. (Fun fact, this family also owns Cafe Frederica, which is featured on our breakfast favorites blog here.)

11. Bubba Garcia’s

No list is complete without Mexican food. Ever. Personal favorites here include the chimichanga, fish tacos, and of course a margarita to wash it all down.

Bubba Garcia's

📷: Bubba Garcias

Did you miss Part 1? You can find our other 6 picks here.

 

New Businesses on St. Simons Island

Friday, October 31st, 2014

Over the past few months, St. Simons Island has welcomed several new businesses to the island. Here are a few you may want to visit the next time you are on the island.

Del Sur Artisan Eats

Del Sur Artisan Eats– Located on the corner of Mallery Street and King’s Way in the village, this new restaurant combines rustic Italian and Argentinian flavors for a menu full of robust, home cooked flavor and local ingredients.

 

 

 

 

Spiced Adventures in Taste– A little spicy, a little sweet and maybe even a little salty. Stop by their shop in the village to browse their selection of gourmet spices, flavored sugars, sea salts and avocado oils.

Ed Hose IllustrationEd Hose Illustration– This wonderfully talented local artist is opening a gallery on November 5th at the Pier Market Village on St. Simons Island. If you’ve visited the island or the area before, you have probably seen her artwork. If not, you are missing out! Stop by her gallery to see her latest artwork and maybe even take something home with you!