The Florida Cracker Kitchen was jamb packed when we arrived so we ate at the counter. The breakfast menu had a big selection of scrambles, omelettes, pancakes and waffles. I had the Cowboy Burrito with slow cooked brisket, eggs, onions, bell peppers, with jack and cheddar cheese. Garnished with tomatoes and green onions. Kathi ordered a meat-less omelette which had mushrooms, peppers and onions. All the other breakfast dishes look amazing as we watched the food coming out of the kitchen being served to other guests.
After we ate, we toured the tap room next door. It was way too early for a beer. The Tap Room is open Thursday, Friday and Saturday from 4:00 - 11:00 PM. The doors were open this Sunday so we took the opportunity to look it over and grab a few photos.
Beside the Tap Room is the Florida Cracker Store. I was surprised, after entering the store, to see three of the mainstay brands I see each year at Surf Expo. Yeti Coolers, Freaker beverage insulators and Howler Brothers.