Sitting atop a burly biscuit was fried chicken breast, coleslaw, fried green tomatoes, coleslaw and bacon. I ordered the Southern BLT ($18) and was warned it’d be the biggest meal. Not only did I want to taste all the fixings (and the fried chicken) but I wanted to bring some back home to bae since he didn’t tag along.
If you’re looking to be full full, or have leftovers later, Jacob’s will give you what you need. When our orders got to the table, we all sat back and tried to calculate the best angle to take the first bite from. I decided to take a fork & knife to mine 😂
I ordered the “Popeye’s Scramble” which was basically their version of a Greek Omelete. It’s was actually a pretty big serving for only $8.99. I also has bacon 🥓 & bread 🥖 but I don’t remember if it came with the meal or was separate, sorry 🙁 of course, I had lattes at the beginning and end of my meal — the coffee was great, as expected.
If you want to knock this place off of your bucket list, too, I would suggest going for drinks and maybe an appetizer. The food is great, but it’s incredibly light because it’s seafood so you don’t want to make this your main meal. The drinks were absolutely fantastic and so was the vibe. The place was packed when we arrived, with people even waiting in the doorway. We were only seated quickly because we agreed to sitting at the sushi bar. It’s definitely perfect for date night, even if you only stop in to have one drink overlooking the water.