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Julwin’s Restaurant

Today we had an early meeting at our advertising agency, Portside Advertising in Fairhope Alabama. We were going over some new ideas with the creative director there and after the meeting, we decided we were hungry. It was too early for lunch and we had heard such wonderful things about the restaurant Julwin’s so we wanted to stop by for breakfast to see what was going on there. It was a cozy restaurant decorated for Mardi Gras. They had a Mardi Gras tree in the window and a welcome sign on the wall.

We did feel welcome as we were greeted as soon as we stepped through the door.  Delighted in fact.  And even though they get a lot of word of mouth about their breakfast they do actually serve lunch. But today was going to be a breakfast day for us. After all, we had a lot of work to do on our blog. Marty and I both eyeballed the same dish. The Spinach Omelet with roasted garlic, fresh spinach, onions, mushrooms, and cheese. You can choose Swiss, Feta or Goat cheese. We both went for the Feta. Our favorite!

Marty was doing a good job when she ordered the Strawberries for her side item but who can resist the yummy hashbrowns at breakfast time? Not me! Grits are also an option. Toast or biscuits comes with the order as well. They have a variety of Omelets to choose from and we will come back again soon to give the others a try on our next early morning workday.

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