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Nasty Hats and Crispy Alligator at Dick’s Last Resort

I will admit that I am a snobby restaurant diner. Typically, cheesy gimmicks will not work for me. Neither does a $2.99 grand slam breakfast. And that’s why it is ironic that I ended up dining at Dick’s Last Resort in San Antonio, Texas with fried alligator. Truly the last resort.

I will admit that I was lured in by the offerings of eating crispy alligator and wearing nasty paper hats. It was bucket list worthy. Probably.

We were greeted at the door by this sign. Perfect.

The menu was housed in a tin can and I immediately grabbed it, eager to find out what I would be wasting my cash on.

alligator menu

The waiter came over and spewed out a few of his best insults, that’s their shtick. I insulted back and placed my high in calorie, filled with protein order. Crispy alligator bites ($6.99) and a chicky caesar salad ($8.99). They had fry’d pickles too, but I had gotten my fix earlier at Esquire Tavern.


The Funny Hats at Dick’s Last Resort


Annette White in Paper Hats at Dick's Last Resort

In the meantime…
Every customer gets their own nasty hat. And they are funny. And a bit crude.

The alligator arrived with a side of chipotle ranch and could have easily been mistaken for a chicken nugget. Tasted like one too.

The rest of our meal was not as exciting as the gator…or the obscene paper hats

My Dick’s experience would not have been complete without eating alligator, wearing a paper hat or this Mount Dickmore coaster. I took it home. The coaster, not the hat.

What’s the cheesiest restaurant you have ever been to? Have you eaten alligator before?

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11 thoughts on “Nasty Hats and Crispy Alligator at Dick’s Last Resort”

  1. I have yet to try alligator. Right now, I'm thinking about going to a rattlensnake festival and want to try fried rattlesnake though. Maybe they're somewhat similar. I hear both kind of taste like chicken.

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  2. I went to the Dick's in Myrtle Beach when I was in 8th grade… Not gonna lie, that place scarred me haha! I would love to go back again though now that I'm older.

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