Unleash Your Hushpuppy
How do you know you’re on the coast? There’s usually a few telltale signs, like gusts from a seasalt breeze, seagulls flying through the air, and...hushpuppies on every menu. Port Aransas is no exception to any of those signs, and these puppies really can’t be beat!
There’s a slew of superstar contenders vying to be your pick of hushpuppy when you’re on the island. How can you possibly choose? Well, do you prefer tartar sauce or remoulade? A classic cornbread or a fun mix in? To help you get an idea of the possibilities available on the island, read this fun roundup of five hushpuppies you should try in Port Aransas!
The crab hushpuppies at Trout Street are made of "a seasoned light corn meal batter mixed with fresh crab meat deep fried to golden brown." Served with remoulade sauce.
These classic cornbread hushpuppies are ideal for munching on while you sit outside on Castaways' patio sipping a drink and taking in a cool evening with friends or family.
- 337 N. Alister St.
- (361) 749-5394
Since 1993, Castaways Seafood and Grill has been a favorite of island visitors. Castaways prides itself on hand-battered fried seafood made to order. Choose a seafood selection from the menu or bring in your own catch cleaned and ready to be prepared by the chef on-site. The menu...
Grumbles puts a unique twist on hushpuppies with this shrimp and bacon variety! Served with house remoulade. They also have a crab and corn hushpuppy creation!
Fins is the perfect place for sharing a family meal with a great view, and what more perfect for everyone to start off a meal with than crunchy-on-the-outside, soft-on-the-inside hushpuppies? These hushpuppies will have you coming back for more!
- 420 W. Cotter Ave.
- (361) 749-8646
Dine on the waterfront at FINS Grill & Icehouse for fresh seafood, a fun family-friendly atmosphere, and fabulous view of the Port Aransas Harbor. Nothing tastes better than your own fresh caught fish. The motto at FINS is “You hook ‘em, we cook ‘em!” Bring in your fresh caught...
Port A takes pride in these puppies, so be sure to try one (or all) of them your next time on the island!
And, to close it off, here’s a fun joke:
What do you say to a dog that won’t stop barking?