New Restaurants Coming to South Alabama
New construction for South Alabama in 2016 is also bringing new restaurants and eateries to the Gulf Coast.
“Starbucks has leased 1,925 square feet in the Shoppes at Palm Pointe in front of the Publix Super Market on Perdido Beach Boulevard and Ala. 182 in Orange Beach, and plans to open the coffee shop this summer, according to Buff Teague of JLL, who represented the coffee company chain.
“Bimini Bob’s plans to open a 7,980-square-foot restaurant in the new Amber Isle development on Perdido Beach Boulevard in Orange Beach, according to city records. The Bob Baumhower-owned eatery will be part of the project that includes Ron Jon Surf Shop, and two hotels under construction, Hotel Indigo and White Sands Resort Hotel. The restaurant was originally to be occupied by Wings Shack.
“The owner of Chuck’s Fish has leased the 4,000-square-foot historic Freeny building at 551 Dauphin St., in downtown Mobile, and plans to open the restaurant in July, according to Jay Roberds of NAI Mobile. Restaurateur Charles Morgan owns 10 other restaurants in the southeast as well as Harbor Docks Wholesale Seafood Market in Destin, Fla.