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Bud & Alley’s adds farm-to-table-inspired breakfast

Posted on May 01, 2015 in Bud & Alley's , Breakfast , May-June 2015

Bud & Alley’s new breakfast menu features farm-to-table dishes with the freshest ingredients. Photo by MoonCreek Studios

Now you can get your Bud & Alley’s food fix even earlier. Seaside’s oldest restaurant has added a farm-to-table-inspired breakfast menu to its offerings.

“Like all the food we serve here at Bud & Alley’s, our breakfast is made with the freshest possible ingredients and served with gracious hospitality,” says Bud & Alley’s owner/founder Dave Rauschkolb.

Rauschkolb and his culinary team traveled the coast and throughout New York City sampling various breakfasts and brunches before finalizing the breakfast experience they wanted to serve at Bud & Alley’s. The farm-to-table breakfast menu features coastal-inspired dishes that offer a twist on Bud & Alley’s favorites, such as sweet potato pancakes and locally sourced farm fresh eggs paired with the restaurant’s famed crab cakes.

Bud & Alley’s, South Walton’s longest established restaurant, pioneered the farm- and sea-to-table movement in Seaside and along 30A. Its devotion to serving dishes with the freshest possible ingredients extends to its breakfast menu.

Guest of Bud & Alley’s can experience these authentic flavors in the dining room, at the bar, in the courtyard and upstairs on the open-air deck overlooking the Gulf. Breakfast will be served daily from 7:30 a.m. to 11 a.m. Reservations are not required.

Founded in 1986 in Seaside, Florida, Bud & Alley’s has become a revered gathering place by local patrons and visitors known for “Good Food. Good People. Good Times.” Over the years, Bud & Alley’s has garnered numerous awards including Florida Trend Magazine’s Golden Spoon Hall of Fame Award, designating the eatery as one of the Top 20 Restaurants in Florida.

For more information on Bud & Alley’s Waterfront Restaurant, call (850) 231-5900

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