September 7, 2004
The Dixie Kitchen and Bait Shop is a great place for Sunday breakfast. The bait selections are limited but the Jambalaya Omlette will eliminate the need for either lunch or dinner. The giant omlete stuffed with cheese and jambalaya plus cajun potatoes, toast and grits could serve three. The "Thick cut French Toast" described as six half slices with maple syrup is what most people would call a whole loaf. Apparently, in Evanston they cut their bread very thick.
The service was prompt and friendly. The establishment was very clean especially considering the rush for Sunday breakfast. And despite the rush there was no rush to get you out of there.
This is the place to watch people and even dogs on their way to the beach.
From journal eating in the city that always sleeps