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Joni 5 days ago

Deluxe Cheeseburger

OMG!! We Have only had breakfast at the shipwreck café at never realized how awesome their lunches and dinners were. I called in a take out order for cheeseburgers and had picked it up paid for it and was out enjoying it within 15 minutes

Patrick 8 days ago

Oysters and Chips

Had to try these and SO glad I did. Large and flavorful Oysters and much better than others in the area. I will definitely be back. The only disappointment was I didn't have room for dessert.

Knsellout 18 days ago

Chicken Fried Steak and Eggs

Much like human civilization before the 1940's, there was no color in my world the morning I woke up on that fateful 29th of May, my innards growling with the ferocity of aftershock tremors likened to Fukushima. As my roommate and I discussed how we might solve the pertinent issue of our appetites while the house still remained intact in spite of the said tremors, I was suddenly struck by the overwhelming light of the rapture as I saw him mouth the words "Shipwreck Cafe". Could this establishment bring about a solution to my gastronomical malaise? Wheel as my Grandma Gladys from Tennessee used to say: "You miss 100% of the shots you don't take.", and while she was, at the time, speaking of an ex-girlfriend of mine that she had never approved of, I decided to instead apply it to the conundrum at hand. Google made an excellent liaison by providing me with a link to the website so that I could have the convenience of perusing the menu before I became "that guy". You know who I mean. We've all stood behind "that guy" who hums and makes various stutters and hums as he drowns in indecision whilst looking at a menu. I instead, like a philosophy undergrad going through his "Nietzsche Phase", willed myself to power enough that my finger thrust at the computer screen as I roared to the heavens, and my bewildered roommate, "THAT one!" While a child on Christmas Eve might slumber dreaming of sugar plum fairies, I can assure you, the fae of my dreams entice me instead with visions of rye toast saturated with runny but warm egg yolk and butter, of crispy yet absorbent hashbrowns, and then the Ringmaster of the faerie circus unveils the main event that leaves me salivating in my sleep, the undisputed heavyweight champion of the world; Chicken Fried Steak! The world started spinning, the mere anticipation hit me so hard that I felt a sense of vertigo, and was unable to leave my bed. My roommate looked worried, but I rationalized it as a small case of the vapors, and he nodded, as only a roommate who had been raised on Foghorn Leghorn Looney Toons can understand and empathetically nod. He suggested that I gather my wits in a state of bedrest while he ventured out with his son, making haste across the vast plains of Mud Bay, in order to secure our coveted nourishment and hopefully in the process, avoid any bandits that may cast their ominous shadows across his path. I wish I could tell you that each minute felt like a year. I wish I could tell you that I felt despair during that purgatory of waiting for my breakfast. But alas, I cannot. Because my abode lies a mere 5 minute drive from this fine establishment, and their kitchen somehow bends the laws of time and space when preparing my order among the hundreds, maybe thousands that they have to contend with on a Saturday Morning. My Roommate returned, and delivered a nondescript to-go container that gave no hint at what glory would be beheld once I opened it. Poets and authors through the ages have used many descriptive words to describe fantastical events and sights, but they had not even invented words for the explosive exhilaration that commandeered my senses as the aromas escaped that box into the depths of my olfactory system. I peered through the mesmerizing steam to catch a glimpse at the treasured source of my excitement and quickly saw that this was not a meal prepared for common mortals… I was being granted a seat in Valhalla without having to leave my home! There was perfectly toasted pumpernickel rye, each piece softened on one side by the tenderness of butter churned by Hephaestus and stolen by Prometheus so that it would one day pass through the Shipwreck kitchen on its way to my plate. The Hash Browns were cooked to the perfect balance where I could feel the crunch in my teeth, but they were still able to absorb the sausage gravy that would have otherwise floated up and materialized into a chorus of seraphim if not bound to these stalwart potatoes. Next, I'm going to need for you all to understand that I've been disappointed many times in my life when ordering my eggs as "Sunny-Side Up". I have faced the heartbreak and loss that one feels when they discover that their yolks are still cold, or even worse, hardened before they hit my taste buds. But the culinary prodigies at work in the kitchens at the cafe must have looked fearlessly into the abyss of all negative possibilities and proclaimed "Not Today!". For these eggs were perfect, the whites were solid, but could be cut with the soft touch of a spoon.The yolks were warm and molten, ready to flow over my hashbrowns and toast to paint them gold like King Midas himself. And then I reverently poured some gravy from the generous container provided, on top of the starring attraction, the A-List Celebrity of my Breakfast: a juicy cubed cutlet of beef soaked in batter of buttermilk, cornmeal and alluring spices, the Chicken Fried Steak. It was cooked to perfection, the meat swollen with liquid umami bursting through the crispy exterior as my fork prodded at this 8th wonder of the world. This was not a breakfast for simple nourishment. This was an experience that changed my relationship with the Universe. I still hear the heavens sing when I think on that beautiful plate of food. Thank you for this, Shipwreck, you will be in my prayers.

Sarah about 1 month ago

Bacon (4)

This is my typical go-to meal each time I come to Shipwreck! It is protein packed, delicious, and helps me start my day! I am also gluten free so I am thrilled that there is a gluten free toast option!

Sarah about 1 month ago

Bacon and Eggs

This meal is my go-to every time we come to Shipwreck. It is protein packed, delicious, and helps me start my day! I am gluten free and thrilled that there is a gluten free toast option :)

Patrick 5 days ago

Prime Rib Friday's and Saturday's

(Posting for my brother who had it while I was enjoying my Fish and Chips). Melt in your mouth tender and done to a perfect medium rare. Excellent flavor and a very reasonable price for such a quality meal. We also went back yesterday just for the peach cobbler. It was not like "Grandma Made" ...and that's a GOOD thing as our Grandma was a terrible cook. The Shipwreck is definitely our favorite local place for a good meal at a reasonable price that is always served with a smile. (thumbs up emoji here)

Patrick 8 days ago

Cod Fish and Chip

This is one of the best places for Fish and Chips in the area. Always done right, reasonably priced and served with a smile! My go to place for a "fish fix"!

Brittany253 29 days ago

Deluxe Cheeseburger

Yummy, juicy burger! I opted for the garlic fries and they were amazing! If you're in the area, swing on in to the Shipwreck, you won't be disappointed!

Sarah about 1 month ago

Deluxe Cheeseburger

I love Shipwreck's deluxe cheeseburger! I usually order online and go pick it up through the drive through for convenience. This is one of the best burgers in town and it comes with a delicious side. I love the side salad with Caesar dressing!

Mary about 1 month ago

Fried Shrimp

Even on a busy Mother's Day, my pick up order was complete, hot, and delicious. Your staff went out of their way to change the sides for me. They are some great people. Glad to see your business thriving. It was also nice to see some of my favorite servers. Thanks for making it a special Mother's Day. My mom is in hospice, she turned 91 on the 6th. She loves fried shrimp. This was a really special occasion for us.


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