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Tacky Jacks

Restaurant

A tradition on the Gulf Coast since 1980, Tacky Jack's Orange Beach offers casual, waterfront dining for breakfast, lunch and dinner daily. Our farmer's omelet is one of the 100 Dishes to Eat in Alabama Before You Die. Come by land or by sea, there is plenty of easy boat parking. Cool off with one of Tacky Jacks' famous Bushwackers. Enjoy the spectacular views, fresh seafood, unique appetizers, delicious entrees and some of the best musicians on the coast. It was voted Favorite Local's Hangout.

Wheelchair Accessible

Tacky Jacks
27206 Safe Harbor Drive
Orange Beach, AL 36561
251-948-8881
Hours of Operation
  • Opens 6:30 am everyday for Breakfast Sunday -Thursday Closes 10:00pm Friday & Saturday Closes 11:00pm

Famous Dishes

Mexican garbage nachos


It started as a small waterfront shop in Orange Beach that supplied fuel and fishing tackle, with a small bar and grill where fisherman could relax after a day on the Gulf. But Tacky Jack’s has grown to be a destination establishment, now with four different locations to lure hungry crowds.

Tacky Jack’s Orange Beach serves up the ultimate plate of beef and cheese nachos in a dish called Mexican Garbage Nachos. Crisp corn tortillas are piled high with meat, two cheeses, tomato, onions, black olives, sour cream, jalapeño peppers and tangy salsa. Clean up!

Farmer's omelet


It started as a small waterfront shop in Orange Beach that supplied fuel and fishing tackle, with a small bar and grill where fisherman could relax after a day on the Gulf. But Tacky Jack’s has grown to be a destination establishment, now with four different locations to lure hungry crowds.

If you go to Tacky Jack’s in Gulf Shores, cast your line for the Farmer’s Omelet. Loaded with savory sausage, ham, peppers, onions, mushrooms, potatoes, and a pile of American and cheddar cheeses, it’s a "reel" good deal!