I'll bet you will be by the time you finish perusing this post. As a food addict and a blogger, I can't avoid photographing beautiful food....and tasting it.
One of the new food experiences I had in Fort Pierce was at the Sunrise City Bakery Cafe. Kurt and Melanie took me there for breakfast the first morning I was there. Oh my goodness. Are you ready for some tempting delicacies?
WARNING: Licking your monitor may result in electrical shock.Look at the size of this bear claw! Jordan loves bear claws so a couple of these monsters came home with me.
This lobster tail was amazing. For those of you residing in Central Ohio, the filling of this delicate pastry was reminiscent of a Schmidt's Cream Puff.
We each ordered a ham and cheese croissant and it was delightful. I went back for another one later in the week with my Aunt Cheryl.
|See the melted cheese oozing from the end?|
Here are more of the delicacies Carol, a Central Ohio native, offers at this beautiful bakery. If you are in the area, the cafe is at 134 South Indian River Drive, just a block from the marina.
Another new dining experience was at the 12A Buoy, 22 Fisherman's Wharf. We dined outside at this fabulous restaurant, which sets at the foot of the bridge spanning the inter-coastal waterway.
We had a wonderful dinner and enjoyed the warm sea breeze to the sound of a musical duo.
Look who flew down for the weekend.
|Ashlee and Jordan|
My other dinner partners at 12A Buoy:
|Melanie, Kurt, Morgan, and Cheryl|
We started dinner with calamari and smoked fish dip. I was certain I took more photos of this dinner, but I guess not. BAD BLOGGER!
|Morgan's Lobster Mac n' Cheese|
|Melanie's Steamed Mussels|
After dinner, we crossed the bridge and went to the jetty to watch the sun set. We stopped and purchased some Rum Runners, which are served in plastic bottles so you can take them onto the beach.
MAKE IT A GREAT DAY!