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Mackey’s Mud House in Pensacola

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The Rooftop Dining area at Mackey’s Mud House, Pensacola

Mackey’s Mud House has been open mere months, but is already attracting attention in downtown Pensacola for it’s variety in tastes and the freshness of their offerings.

We decided to give it a try. We love the growing sense of life in downtown Pensacola, love the open market and the variety of restaurants.

The chips and salsa knocked our socks off.

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I love the colored chips, but, even better, they were thin and crisp. The salsa tasted fresh, and had just a little bite. It was a great way to start the meal.

I ordered cider slaw and the Mediterranean Pasta. The slaw was the way I like it, no mayonnaise, and tasty. The Pasta had more of that fresh taste – made with all fresh ingredients, maybe the healthiest pasta I have eaten in a long time.

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AdventureMan’s Mediterranean Pizza was also fresh and delicious, and as you can see, there was so much of it we had to take some home for dinner. Yumm. 🙂

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We ate inside; it was still a little too warm for me outside.

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Our waitress was Jen, who was totally on top of things, friendly, efficient and informed, without being intrusive. We’ll be going back. . . and I’m thinking this is a great place to watch the Pensacola parades from . . .

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October 12, 2013 - Posted by | Eating Out, Food, Living Conditions, Pensacola, Restaurant

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