We know that our visitors are not just searching for places to eat in Gulf Shores, AL. They are also looking for great food, music, and fun. We help them do so by making our Gulf Shores restaurant easier to find.
Why do we care this much about making it easier for customers to find us? This is because our restaurant’s history plays a major part in our operations. From its beginnings in 1979 as a small tavern on Cotton Bayou, the location and easy access had always been a significant contributor to the success of the restaurant.
The Gulf Coast runs down the entire southern coast of the U.S., encompassing the coastlines of five southern states: Florida, Louisiana, Alabama, Mississippi and Texas. The entire region is a great place for a vacation; it’s renowned for its sandy beaches and great food in prominent seafood restaurants in Orange Beach. “Coasting” or traveling down the coast to experience what every region has to offer is a great way to spend your vacation. Here are a few highlights of what you can encounter:
There are a lot of fun things to do down the Gulf Coast. Water sports like sailing and surfing are popular diversions. Those who are more sedate can lounge on the sandy beaches or go fishing on a boat. Animal lovers will also like the Gulf for the regular dolphin cruises and inland zoos that are delights to visit.
The Coastal Alabama Business Chamber awarded Tacky Jacks, among other casual dining Orange Beach restaurants, with the 2014 Business Leadership Award at its annual banquet held last January 30 at the Perdido Beach Resort.
The Coastal Alabama Business Chamber, serving Gulf Shores, Orange Beach, and surrounding areas, gave awards like the one mentioned in recognition of efforts towards enriching the community. In particular, Tacky Jacks received recognition for its people’s civic pride, community involvement, and chamber programs and activities. The restaurant provides these not just through financial support but also by encouraging involvement from its employees.
Casual-dining Gulf Shore restaurants, including Tacky Jacks, will be joining along with city officials and other businesses to launch the Zydeco Crawfish Festival this coming April 18th, 2015.
The city of Gulf Shores has sought the cooperation of the businesses in the Waterway Village to spearhead and hold this event as part of their efforts in promoting the Waterway Village District.