Dive In…


I have been getting down and dirty at a local bar in Boynton Beach, Florida.

Hurricane Alley has all the markings of a 1950s dive bar.

Beer is the alcohol of choice, bells are rung when tipping is done, every damn person is probably morbidly obese and perpetually drunk.

I can guarantee Biden did not receive one vote from this funky bunch.

But, damn, the food is great.

I love the fresh shucked oysters and steamers (1/2 dozen $7.95).

Their sidewinder potatoes are the best…crispy on the outside and soft and tasty inside ($3.95).

 Peel and Eat Shrimp by the pound are large, sweet and succulent. Dip those sweeties in melted butter and you are one happy camper ($22.95) and it is accompanied by kick-ass coleslaw.

They even serve fabulous meaty escargot ($11.95), sushi and fabulous Lobster Mac n Cheese ($17.95).

The prices are beyond reasonable.

We have been sitting outside this trip with masks on when not partaking and we are amongst the 1% who do don masks.

The servers all look stoned, but they are very accommodating.

The female Jamaican chef can cook.

I have definitely gone to the dark side, but I am socially distanced and emotionally satisfied.

Loving my Blue Moon beer with a fresh slice of orange and some awesome fresh seafood wrapped in a right turn only environment.

It is a great test of patience for a southpaw in a strange land.

Hurricane Alley 529 East Ocean Avenue Boynton Beach, Florida. Open Sunday-Thursday 11am-10pm, Friday and Saturday 11am-11pm. Street parking.

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