Text by BaahBen, Pictures by SKBob
"Father(s) and Son Meat-Up at Parrot Cay, South Daytona Beach"
> JohnA and Baah Ben met their surrogate son, SKBob at this very
interesting spot for lunch. Originally a Long Doggers, the two original
partners split up and the name was changed. Sometimes that's a concern.
There are Long Doggers still operating in 4 or 5 other locations including
Melbourne. What's in a name change? Fortunately, nothing in this case.
> This was a really neat little place and popular, too! We arrived at
noon and within the hour, the place was jumping. Pretty impressive for a
Thursday. It had the feel of another very popular local place - Caribbean
Jack's in Daytona Beach. You are giving up the water view, but for many
inlanders, you're avoiding a 20 minute drive. The outdoor seating area was
great. There is an indoor dining room, too. But it was a beautiful day and
everyone was dining outside.
> The restaurant was immaculate and the service was excellent. Two signs
of a caring owner. The food was your typical wings, burgers, salads,
chicken and fish sandwiches that can be found in many similar places on the
Inter coastal here in the Daytona area. The food was very acceptable.
Everything that was supposed to be served hot was served that way. Young
SK had a hot dog with the works and a order of very good seasoned curly
fries. Ben had wings (medium) and curly fries, too. The accompanying
celery and carrot sticks were fresh. JohnA had a nice salad.
Front of Building from Nova Road
The semi-inside seating area
John A's salad
Baah Ben's chicken wings
SK Bob's hot dog & fries (sk brought an old Long Dogger's menu that you can see in the picture).
The Happy Fathers and their son. L to R John A, Baah Ben, and SK Bob
Neither one of these two guys will admit to being my real father, but I know who it is.
post edited by sk bob - 2009/03/19 20:46:54