A “Fish Story” at the Bluegill
Have you heard this fish story? Not to be outdone by it’s nearby neighbor, the Bluegill Restaurant in Spanish Fort, Alabama, also provides a photo op for tourists. in the form of a giant fish by it’s sign.
Not to be outdone by it’s nearby neighbor, the Original Oyster House, the Bluegill restaurant in Spanish Fort, Alabama also offers tourists a photo op.
Located next to it’s sign, a giant fish (I’m guessing a Bluegill?) invites viewers to stop and taste what the restaurant has to offer. For us, it proved a good opportunity to snap a picture of another interesting decoration on our way out of town.
A good photo opportunity, and not far from the Russian Sea Rescue Pod at the Original Oyster House, this stretch of Mobile Bay provided a couple of fun pics for us as we continued on our way to our next stop. While we didn’t get to see the big blue paperclip we came to town for (still don’t know how we missed that), Spanish Fort surprised us with a couple of pieces of Weird USA and made the trip through town worth it.
Stick around, and see where we head to next!