Since taking over the helm from founder and local Chef Ed Reese in October 2017, Chef Josh Smith has worked to capitalize on those traditions while injecting his own style.
Café Thirty-A has played host to anniversary dinners, engagement parties, milestone birthdays and date nights.
The beloved restaurant, with its white tablecloth service, is known for accommodating those special memory-making moments that call for breaking bread together in style. But did you know that Café Thirty-A is also a happening spot for cocktails, good wine, small plates and dinner specials?
There's a new place in Blue Mountain Beach to get our taco fix! But it's much more than that ...
Red Fish Taco has opened the doors on the ground floor of Trebeache' in Redfish Village on the corner of Scenic 30A and County Road 83 by the local team that also operates six restaurants across three states. Chef Jim Richard and his creative team have done it again, venturing forth with a fast, fresh and casual concept just off gorgeous Blue Mountain Beach.
The most glorious time of year has returned once again to the shores of SoWal Beaches - rebirth & renewal, joy & beauty - and outdoor living!
Spring is in the air, folks are drifting outside, and Bay Breeze Patio loyal customers are ready for some serious grilling and good times at the Anniversary Event & Grilling Expo March 23-24, 2018. The event will be at the store at 35 Forest Shore Drive, Miramar Beach, just west of Silver Sands Premium Outlets.
Taste of the Race kicks off the Seaside School Half Marathon & 5K Race weekend on Friday, March 2, 2018 with Chef Emeril Lagasse. Get your tickets for a special night spent with friends and family in Seaside, Florida.
Tickets are on sale now for South Walton Beaches Wine and Food Festival, taking place April 26 – April 29, 2018, in Grand Boulevard at Sandestin. With more than 800 wines to taste over four days, this annual charity event delivers a wine experience unparalleled among Northwest Florida wine festivals.
When Kenny Griner was a young boy, he learned to throw a cast net and soon developed a love for all things Seafood.
He opened Chet's Restaurant in Pensacola 25 years ago but made the decision to go smaller with his latest venture, Grayton Seafood Co. (GSC). Nestled in the shops of Uptown Grayton, his pride and joy has quickly taken on the reputation as the place to go for the freshest in seafood offerings.
NEAT Bottle Shop & Tasting Room has expanded following the completion of the interiors, as well as updates to the menu. The newly expanded space serves as an extension to the current tasting room, now boasting additional seating for 24 inside and a total of 60 overall.
The design of the new addition keeps with the elements of both the bottle shop and tasting room—wood panels and cozy seating, accented with brass and marble details.
Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort cooks up great gumbo paired with first-rate fun at the Gulf Coast’s favorite winter food event – the 29th Annual Sandestin Gumbo Festival, Friday and Saturday, Feb. 16-17. Gumbo lovers from across the Southeast will join in the festivities during the extended Presidents Day weekend.
Once upon a time way back during the last century, destiny led Oliver Petit to the site of the Red Bar in the year 1990.
A cook by trade, Oli took a job at the building when it was the Bay Café, not knowing that it would become the place where legends never die. He traveled all the way from the faraway town of Fort Walton Beach - back when there were few signs of life between Destin and Grayton.
“When I got here I almost turned around,” Oli exclaimed.