ABOUT ED’S SEAFOOD SHED
Ed’s Seafood Shed started as a new venture into the restaurant business by Ed & Barbara Bridges in 2000. Located in “the Causeway” serving up great Southern Hospitality, Free coleslaw and amazing Fried Seafood cooked “The Old Mobile Way” as Ed would say. The Gulf Shrimp & the amazing view were so spectacular the word soon got out. Iconic classics like Grits, Greens and Gumbo as well as the now infamous ‘Yo Mama’s Platter” were mainstays. Eventually they started grilling a little bit too, but Gulf Fried shrimp remains king to this day. After Tons of fried shrimp, coleslaw and bushwackers, Ed and Barbra were contemplating hanging up the aprons and traveling a bit more. Enter “Panini” Pete Blohme and NIck Dimario of PP Hospitality Group. The perfect local restaurant guys to shepherd the brand into the future. With the addition of some lighter grilled items, creative beverages Ed’s found new life and roared forward. The reputation and quality of Ed’s was maintained for the next 4 years until a tragic fire took the building out.Unfortunately unable to feasibly rebuild on the original site. A new location in Spanish Fort Proper. After an amazing transformation thru art and adding garage doors to bring the outside in The NEW Ed’s Seafood Shed reopened to rave reviews! We can’t wait to see you and the family. Well, greet you with a smile and that Iconic Coleslaw! Don’t forget to try our Signature Drinks and the Best Bushwacker in Town!