We are on vacation and stopped to have breakfast. We enjoyed our food but have had better. Older place not updated. Probably won't be back. Many other places to eat that are better.
Having just started working in the area, I stopped in on the way to work for a little breakfast. It immediately reminded me of a small town diner... which I suppose is reasonable, b/c that's what it is. All I ordered was a sausage biscuit and hash-browns. The waitress didn't say much but was nice. the Sausage patty and hash-browns... More
It's a small little "mom and pop" and it's soooo good for breakfast. I'm sure their other food is also good. Don't expect a lot of atmosphere but everyone is very friendly. Prices are very reasonable. We stay in Gulf Shores but drive up for breakfast every other week during our 4 month stay.
My friend and i walked in and the entire place stared as we quickly found a seat. This was the most boring atmosphere. The menu was short , not many choices. Pork only for meat options. A side of salsa (1 oz. Cup not full) was $ .55 . Seemed as all the workers were on drugs. Please try for... More
This is a Locals place, good food, not matter which meal, lunch or breakfast. Hard to park out front but lots more space of the alley behind it. Servers are so sweet.
Foley coffee is one of the old staples of Foley. It has been there for as long as I can remember and has been serving breakfast and cups of coffee by the gallons every day for many years. Some of the local farmers come in every moriing, however not like it was when Agriculture was King in Baldwin County. With... More
Reminds me of home- when I'd go with my parents to the local cafe for "coffee".
This is the best little place for breakfast. It's small, not fancy, just a nice "mon and pop" place for a regular ole breakfast of eggs, meat, hash browns and toast. It's so hard to find a place like this in the area. Very friendly and clean.
Good old fashioned, no frills "home cooking" meals. Sometimes greasy, sometimes not. Depends on what you get. The atmosphere of a small rural cafe like this is what I enjoy most. Listening to locals talk about crops, politics, and the like - great.
We go here whenever we pass through Foley on the way to the Redneck Riviera. Good down home breakfast joint where locals go to get away from the Cracker Barrel tourists and outlet shoppers.
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