Asiago’s Skillet is a breakfast restaurant situated on Okaloosa Island where everyone goes to dine on American food in a laid-back setting. Find out more about what makes Asiago’s Skillet worth the visit during your Fort Walton Beach vacation below!
American Breakfast Cuisine in a Relaxed Atmosphere
Nestled on Okaloosa Island, Asiago’s Skillet is the top destination for breakfast on the island—especially for visitors with late night breakfast cravings after a night out on the town!
The menu at Asiago’s Skillet covers classic American breakfast dishes ranging from the healthy to unhealthy, all equally delicious.
Healthy options include an egg-white omelet, an egg cooked to order, or a bagel and yogurt, with various pairings of fresh seasonal fruit, English muffins, and yogurt.
Hearty skillets will fill you up for the day ahead or after a fun night out. Try the country fried steak skillet, the shrimp and grits skillet, or the seafood skillet.
Rich omelets come with your choice of ham and cheese, seafood, sirloin steak, or chorizo, all served with homestyle potatoes. A secret tip: if you tell the restaurant to “shipwreck your potatoes,” they’ll top your potatoes off with cheese, gravy, sautéed onions, and bacon for $1.99.
Classic buttermilk pancakes are also on the menu, or you can order French toast with a twist: cinnamon French toast or bananas foster French toast.
Asiago’s Skillet also serves up biscuits, biscuit sandwiches, and breakfast in a bread bowl. Try the biscuit breakfast sandwich, the King of Biscuits, or the country bowl. Other fantastic entrées include the crab cake eggs Benedict, breakfast burrito, and steak and eggs.
The restaurant’s hours are from 12:00am to 12:00pm daily, making Asiago’s Skillet the ultimate breakfast spot for late night and morning diners. It’s the perfect place to start off your day or end your night on Okaloosa Island!
You’ll find Asiago’s Skillet at 110 Amberjack Dr., Fort Walton Beach, FL 32548, inside of the Gulf Islands National Seashore Visitor Center. You can also reach the restaurant by phone at (850) 586-7998 or speak with our representatives at The Breakers at Fort Walton Beach for more information.
A Family Friendly Eatery to Fuel Up for Fun
Whether your plans for the day include time on the sand, fun out on the waves, or making the most of exploring fun area shopping stops, Asiago’s Skillet is a wonderfully welcoming and family-friendly eatery to start your morning on the right note. The vast menu makes it a great place for diners of all ages. Even the pickiest of eaters will find something to savor on this inviting menu! Asiago’s Skillet is an easy stop to spot thanks to its vibrant façade that features bright yellow stucco surfacing paired with a sleek green roof. Inside, guests will find it easy and comfortable to get settled before taking time to browse the impressive menu of options. The tables in the main dining room are spacious but if you prefer a cushier approach to breakfast, be sure to request a teal booth option instead. The arches windows and earth-tone tiled flooring in the main dining room add to the welcoming aesthetic and laid-back style. Light yellow walls and blown glass lighting fixtures overhead set a great scene for those looking to get comfortable and enjoy a great family-style meal in good company. Those who drop by to enjoy breakfast with little ones in tow are going to want to be sure to stop by and admire the indoor rock fountain that this location hosts. It’s surrounded by sparkling wall mosaics depicting palm trees as well which adds to the fun and keeps kids entertained while waiting for their savory plates to arrive.
Places to Explore After Breakfast
When you’ve had your fill of fantastic food served up at Asiago’s Skillet, those who dine here will find that an added benefit of their choice is the restaurant’s proximity to area fun! You won’t have to go far from Asiago’s Skillet to enjoy time at iconic local stops like the Gulfarium Marine Adventure Park or Wild Willy’s Adventure Zone. The Okaloosa Island Boardwalk is only minutes away as well for those in the mood to start the day off with some exciting shopping or people watching. If you’re feeling the need to work off some of those extra well-earned calories, head over to Ross Marler Park and enjoy time strolling the pathways and taking in the scenic sights at your own leisurely pace. John Beasley Park is just down the road as well where a visit can include everything from taking in the view from under a large pavilion to walking the pathways or making the most of time on the sand watching the waves roll in.
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