Foley’s Seafood Trail

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Being so close to the Gulf of Mexico means Foley restaurants can serve up fresh, gulf seafood year-round. From oysters to crab claws and red snapper, get your fill in Foley during your next vacation.

{ Day 1 }

Lunch – Start your seafood trail at the Shrimp Basket. If you love a great basket of perfectly seasoned fried shrimp, you’re in for a treat at the Shrimp Basket. Give them a call to hear their daily specials, including all-you-can-eat shrimp. Crawfish lovers will be delighted by the Cajun popcorn – fried crawfish, that is.

1500 S. McKenzie St. • 251-943-6643

Dinner – When you want to go where the locals go, check out Fish River Grill II. Folks at this Foley restaurant say it’s the original seafood restaurant in Baldwin County. While we can’t validate the claim, we can tell you they serve up authentic Southern-style seafood straight from the Alabama Gulf Coast waters. Ask your server for the Bayou Seafood Basket filled with shrimp, oyster, fish, stuffed crab, frog legs and even gator bites.

608 S. McKenzie St. • 251-952-3474

{ Day 2 }

Lunch – The Tin Top Restaurant and Oyster Bar is well loved by locals. Located off the beaten path, it’s a quick drive to the sleepy fishing community of Bon Secour. Just outside of Foley, it serves the freshest-of-the-fresh seafood, straight from the docks of the village. With oysters mentioned in the restaurant name, you’ll definitely want to try a dozen or two. The Dirty Dozen is a good start. These baked oysters are topped with house Tasso ham, cream sauce and parmesan cheese.

6232 Bon Secour Hwy. • 251-949-5086

Dinner Wolf Bay Lodge got its beginnings on the banks of Wolf Bay in the 1970s. The restaurant burned to the ground in 2008, but it didn’t take long for the family-owned and -operated business to regain its life in Foley. For more than 40 years, the Foley seafood restaurant has been serving up family favorites, including Cha Cha’s Crab Dip with a sweet bourbon sauce and served with fried pita points.

20801 Miflin Road • 251-987-5129

{ Day 3 }

Lunch – A true, down-home restaurant, a trip to Foley should include a stop at Chick & Sea. Order up fresh shrimp, local oysters and crab claws.

1127 N. McKenzie St. • 251-943-8443

Dinner – You’ve heard the saying, “Don’t judge a book by its cover,” and it has never been truer than when talking about Captain’s Choice. Who knew a Foley restaurant inside a bowling alley would serve some of the best seafood in town? That’s exactly what you’ll find at Captain’s Choice. Fresh, Gulf seafood dishes pack the menu. You won’t leave hungry, but you will leave wanting more!

2881 S. Juniper St. • 251-943-4575