Tommy Bahama’s, Grand Boulevard, Sandestin FL Dining
For Administrative Professionals Day, so I took my wonderful Rulnick Realty administrators, Rachel and Beth, to lunch. We decided on Tommy Bahama’s restaurant in Grand Boulevard in Sandestin Florida, since it was on the way to our new listing in Holiday Shores. The ambience at Tommy Bahama’s is what I call “plush”. Throw pillows, dark wood, rattan, and paddle fans make it feel like a rich Caribbean vacation. The food is what I call “sumptuous”.
We started with the Big Island Goat Cheese as an appetizer. It was a cone-shaped pile of crumbly goodness, glazed with soy and covered in macadamia nut crumbles. The cheese came with some of the most delicious, crispy flatbread I ever had. (If no one was looking, I could have eaten it all).
For lunch, we had the Chicken Salad Junkanoo (which means music parade in the Bahamas), and a Caesar Salad. The Chicken Salad had sweet papaya, pineapple and grape garnishes. The Caesar had two whole chicken breast fillets and un-torn lettuce with a wonderful garlicky dressing.
Since our lunch was delayed coming out, the Tommy Bahama’s restaurant manager kindly offered us free desserts. They were too huge to eat alone, so we got half-size (still huge) Pina Colada and Triple Chocolate Cakes.
It’s always a pleasure going to Grand Boulevard in Sandestin Florida, with its shopping and dining option (Mitchell’s Fish Market, Cafe Laredo, PF Chang’s, Fleming’s). You don’t have to drive deep into Sandestin, but just hop off Highway 98 to 525 Grand Boulevard. I am glad we parked a distance to walk off the great lunch we had at Tommy Bahama’s!
This Grand Boulevard, Sandestin Florida restaurant review courtesy Wendy Rulnick, Rulnick Realty, Inc., Sandestin FL real estate agent.
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