Bloody Mary Festival at The Market Shops
The inaugural Bloody Mary Festival benefiting Sinfonia Gulf Coast will take place at The Market Shops, located at the entrance to Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort, on Sept. 19 from noon-3 pm. Enjoy unlimited tastes of 15 of the Emerald Coast’s most creative and innovative Bloody Marys made and served by the finest restaurants and bars in the panhandle using Cathead Vodka.
Competing restaurants include Bijoux Destin, Brotula's Seafood House & Steamer, Bud & Alley's Restaurant, DIG, Great Southern Cafe, Louis Louis, Mama Clemenza's, NOLA Boiling Company, Signature Catering of 30A, Stinky's Fish Camp, Sunset Bay Cafe, The Beach House, The Bowery On Thirty-A, The Craft Bar and The Perfect Pig.
Each ticket will include one vote for the People’s Choice Award for “Best Bloody Mary” in South Walton. The event will also feature live music by local band Sound Advice, and food for purchase by area restaurants including Bijoux Restaurant & Spirits, DIG eatery and Island Wing Company Grill and Bar Destin. Guests will also enjoy a mimosa bar by Coastal Wine & Spirits of Florida and frosty brews by Grayton Beer Company.
Facetime Photobooth and Pure7 Studios will provide a dynamic photobooth complete with fun props and accessories to commemorate the event. For the avid Tiger fans that wish to attend, Bijoux’s bar area will be open for viewing the LSU and Auburn football game during the event.
Guests must be 21 years of age or older. Admission to the event is $25 per person if purchased in advance and $35 on the day of the event. Tickets can be purchased at themarketshops.com. To find out more about Sinfonia Gulf Coast please visit sinfoniagulfcoast.org.
Proceeds from the event will benefit Sinfonia Gulf Coast. Sinfonia Gulf Coast is committed to entertaining, educating and inspiring the community through imaginative and innovative musical programming. Sinfonia’s goal is to enrich and expand the traditional orchestral experience through unique artistic disciplines and collaborations, enhancing Northwest Florida's cultural vitality.