New Avocado Breakfast, Dinner at Bob Evans

When was the last time you had a really nice, sit-down breakfast? When was the last time you went to Bob Evans?

Sorry for so many questions. It’s just that Bob Evans has introduced a new Southwest Avocado Omelet.

It’s a fluffy, three-egg omelet that comes with Bob Evans sausage, fire-roasted corn & black beans and cheddar cheese. Then there’s a fresh avocado, diced tomatoes, green onions and homemade cilantro lime cream sauce topping. All this comes with hash browns or home fries and a choice of freshly baked bread. Doesn’t that sound nice? 

 By the way, Bob Evans has also introduced a new Southwest Avocado Chicken dinner. You get two chicken breasts topped with fresh avocado, diced tomatoes, crispy tortilla strips, fire-roasted corn and black beans and homemade cilantro lime cream sauce. It’s served with your choice of two Farmhouse Sides and freshly baked dinner rolls.

The breakfast is $10.29; the dinner $11.99.

There are two Bob Evans restaurants in Myrtle Beach: 3384 Waccamaw Boulevard and 175 Brookton Circle.   

New Fall Food at Cracker Barrel

Bacon is the centerpiece – as it should be – of two new Fall dishes at Cracker Barrel: Bacon Mac n’ Cheese and Bacon n’ Egg Hashbrown Casserole. The new items are limited-time and available in store and online.

Bacon Mac n’ Cheese: Creamy mac n’ cheese topped with crispy bacon bites, parsley, green onions and Parmesan cheese.

Bacon n’ Egg Hashbrown Casserole: Griddled and layered with Colby cheese, scrambled eggs and hickory-smoked bacon, all topped with fried onions, diced tomatoes and green onions. Served with buttermilk biscuits.

Back in the lineup is Cracker Barrel’s Huckleberry Tea and Pumpkin Pie Latte.

The fall flavors are available until November 29th.

Cracker Barrel locations:

1208 N. Retail Court, Myrtle Beach

4835 Hwy 17 S. North Myrtle Beach

1303 Tadlock Dr., Murrells Inlet