Stinky's Fish Camp Opening!!!

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  1. Jennifer Steele

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    I was just copying the to go menu.

    Hey Stinky's, what is the WP special?
     
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    I bet Monday's lunch special is red beans and rice:drool:
     
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    :D Can't wait... :drool: Sounds YUM, YUM, YUM
     
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    I'm having the Widespread Panic special. don't know what it is. but I'm gonna get it. :D
     
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    WoW...that menu looks amazing!!! We have to check this out in July. Thanks S1 for posting the menu!!!!
     
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    Makes sense to me, but don't tell the band!:D
     
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    Stinky's Fish Camp Restaurant to Open at Dune Allen

    By Deborah Wheeler, Walton Sun, Santa Rosa Beach, Fla.
    Jan. 20--When the annual Great Southern Gumbo Cookoff Critic's Choice 1st Place award went to Stinky's Fish Camp last Saturday, many asked, "What is Stinky's and where is it?" Stinky's is not yet open, but it will be, hopefully by the end of February. Stinky's Fish Camp is a project of Chef Jim Richard, and the name is for a fishing lure, he said. Many know Richard and his reputation in the local food industry. He was chef at Flamingo's in Destin for six years. He opened Cuvee Beach as general manager and was there for a year. He has owned and operated Blue Mountain Catering since 1990, and he owned and operated The Lake Place Restaurant at Dune Allen for two-and-a-half years before it burned. Since the fi re, Richard has served as executive chef at Zampieri's Harbor Grille on Destin Harbor, which was recognized by Florida Trend Magazine as one of the 20 best new restaurants in the state for 2006. He will turn over those reins at the end of January to Chef Shane Quinlan, formerly of Poppy's Seafood Factory. However, he will remain involved with Zampieri's as culinary advisor. "When I signed on with Zampieri's it was for one year," said Richard. "It was always my intent to go back to Santa Rosa Beach and reopen The Lake Place." The landmark fi ne-dining restaurant will have to be rebuilt from the ground up, however. Completion is expected by this fall. Meanwhile, Richard has bought Angelica's Gift Chalet, a pink building that fronts the Lake Place property, where he will open Stinky's Fish Camp by the end of February. "Stinky's will be the opposite end of the spectrum from The Lake Place," said Richard. "It will be a casual and fun seafood place." Stinky's will serve lunch and dinner offerings of gumbo, fresh local seafood, oyster po' boys, steaks, crab legs, beer and wine, with a view overlooking Lake Allen. "Quality based on a casual level," he said. Richard's gumbo entry last weekend was to introduce the community to Stinky's and its food. However, he said his gumbo entry is the same recipe he has served at all the restaurants where he has worked. That particular recipe is what he calls his "seasonal fowl gumbo," which is made with duck, turkey, chicken and andouille sausage served over rice. "To win was great, exciting. It was a tough competition. I'm glad we were able to compete," he said. Richard has also taken the opportunity to introduce the community to food that will be served at Stinky's and The Lake Place through recent cooking seminars held at Kitchenique at The Market Shops.

    http://www.redorbit.com/news/scienc...pen_at_dune_allen/index.html?source=r_science

    I can not wait till the last week in June. I will be at this place!!!
     
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    And?...
     
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    It all sounds AMAZING!!!!! :clap_1: :clap_1: I can't wait!
     
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    We had dinner there Saturday night & it was great. The gumbo is to-die-for, & there was a nice selection of oyster appetizers. But what I really liked was the atmosphere -- there just aren't that many fun, casual places on 30A, and Stinky's is helping to fill that void. Great vibe, awesome food, lots of fun!
     
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    And the raw oysters are good evidently? What does a dozen go for these days.....We'll be back in July......anybody have any recent adventures with good oysters on the half shell? thanks, KY oyster eater
     
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    Plenty of good raw bivalves here, hurry down!:D
     
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    At Stinky's, I think a dz raw are $7.

    I :wub: Hunt's, but haven't tried Stinky's yet.
     
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    I thought you had fallen off the face of the earth, KY oyster Eater!! :welcome: back!
     
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    Ate at Hunt's yesterday . . . mmmmmmm .. . . Dozen steamed $5.50
     
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    The blackened shrimp and lime slaw---:wub: :wub:

    I want to go back tomorow night!:clap_1:

    Great atmosphere, great food. Get there now before the summer crowd hits!
     
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    We went last week and had a meal that was great from start to finish. Between the four of us, we covered a good percentage of the menu, and there wasn't a thing I tasted that I didn't enjoy. Only disappointment was the size of the dessert portions. Kind of dinky, Stinky.
     
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  20. KY oyster eater

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    Nope, but I've fallen off the bottom of venus! Seriously though, life has gotten even more interesting than usual. Wife, 3 kids (all girls), (juggle......don't drop the chainsaw, bowling ball, or egg) Everything is good, just living to get back to Destin in July. Just one of the many things that keep me goin'! Thanks for askin'......I need some OYSTERS!!!!!!!!! Haven't heard of ''Hunts'' before.....sounds like some good eatin'.........kind of hard to beat the happy hour at 331 Cafe though.
     

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