While in Pensacola, my husband I decided to stop at the Scenic 90s cafe. When we moved from Texas to New Jersey, we actually had lunch there previously. Even though it was about 3 years ago, I remembered I really enjoyed it.
The atmosphere of the Scenic 90s Cafe is everything you can picture in a diner. The outside is retro and shiny. It looks like an old rail car. The inside has plenty of booths, tables, and a full-length bar. You couldn’t ask for a more picture-perfect diner.
The waitress was very pleasant. She refilled our drinks quickly, and our food came out quickly too. I was shocked because even though it was a Saturday at lunch time, our food came out within 15 minutes. You can’t beat that!
The Scenic 90s Cafe has a smaller diner menu. They have several omelet and breakfast options and a few different diner staples such as sandwiches and fried fish. Their menu is one single trifold versus 10-20 pages like many diners in NJ.
I chose the Cajun Omelet with a biscuit and fresh fruit. The omelet had Crawfish tails, Andouille, onions, peppers, and Cajun seasoning. It was spicy, and I enjoyed it. The fruit cup was fresh, and it was obvious it didn’t come out of a can.
For my coffee and omelet, it was $13. Most items on the menu are inexpensive and they have several specials as well.
Overall thoughts/Would I come back?
I enjoyed the Scenic 90s Cafe, and I would definitely go back. The diner itself is very stereotypical and has everything you need in a diner. The Scenic 90s Cafe is a great stop in Pensacola, and I highly recommend it.
Questions for you:
Do you like Cajun food?
Have you ever been to Florida?