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PK Visitor Guide 2017

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63 VISITPERDIDO.COM rather a warm and delightful appetizer. There is also Luna's Eat and Drink around the corner, offering not only lunch and dinner, but also a weekend brunch (11 am-2 pm) with a scrumptious menu. BuzzCatz Coffee & Sweets is a step away from Luna's and Cosmo's BuzzCatz is the perfect place to go when craving any sort of breakfast pastry, or you can branch out and try their unique Quiche of the Day. On the other end of the dining spectrum, we have Cactus Cantina. First and foremost, the guacamole served at Cactus Cantina is just what you're looking for when you walk into a Mexican restaurant. A very unique dish they serve is the pina fajitas – a half pineapple, cored out with your choice chicken or steak in the pineapple with sautéed onions, bell peppers and diced pineapple. Next we have the recently remodeled Big Fish Restaurant. Big Fish is the No. 1 place to go when your party wants superb variety with a trendy atmosphere, from steak to seafood to sushi to an extensive wine and drinks menu. In the mood for some fresh seafood, with a side of family-friendly dining? Flippers Restaurant is your one-stop-shop. Not only are their royal reds out of this world, but also the tuna, grouper, catfish, oysters, clams and everything else in between. Once you've devoured your meal, drop by Kayden's Candy Factory to satisfy your sweet tooth. Named after the owner's son, Kayden's is a scrumptious gift to the Gulf Coast. With their large variety of ice creams, truffles and sundaes, you'll leave their shop with a child-like giddiness. Just be sure to brush your teeth! For some truly tasty Cajun fare, drop by Louisiana Lagniappe. Their lobster tail with shrimp etouffee is always a crowd-pleaser, as well as their classic blackened grouper, which is topped with jumbo lump crabmeat, medallions of lobster, and both hollandaise and garlic-beurre Blanc sauce. For some laid-back dining, definitely pop into Tacky Jack's and try one of

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