Seagrill Welcomes SoWallers!

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  1. Rebecca

    Rebecca Beach Lover

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    Hello SoWallers! :wave:

    Seagrill is delighted to invite you to visit us for drinks or dinner.
    We are open six days a week, Tuesdays through Sundays.

    Please join us for early dining from 5-6-pm featuring a buy one entree and receive one free offer.

    Happy Hour is available nightly at the bar from 5-7pm with half price drinks and half price sushi.

    And don't miss Martini Madness on Wednesdays with $5 martinis.

    We look forward to seeing you at Seagrill!

    Seagrill Restaurant located in The Village of South Walton, Seacrest
    Please contact us at 850-231-4050 or e-mail info@Seagrill.com.
    Find us on facebook!
     

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  2. Beach Runner

    Beach Runner beats on hood

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    Can't wait to try it next week!
     
  3. seacrestgirl

    seacrestgirl Beach Fanatic

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    I, too, will see you next week! I came by in March and LOVED it!!! Great food, fabulous cocktails, wonderful service!
     
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    Be there in 2 weeks. Your happy hour is always one of my stops.
     
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    Good to know. Will add it it to our list. Counting down until next month. Ellen
     
  6. chanster

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    I liked 30-a chops. the menu looks very thin now. last year your 8 ounce filet was $26 or so. now its $36. does that include a potatoe or side item.are all your items buy one get one free from 5-6?
     
  7. Smiling JOe

    Smiling JOe SoWal Expert

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    We are seeing prices of everything go up quickly with $4/gal gasoline prices.
     
  8. scooterbug44

    scooterbug44 SoWal Expert

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    Which is why buying local items sustainably produced can really make a difference.
     
  9. Smiling JOe

    Smiling JOe SoWal Expert

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    Are there any Prime beef cattle in the local area?
     
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    scooterbug44 SoWal Expert

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    Yes. Florida is a huge producer of cattle. We're #12 in terms of beef cattle production and 1/2 the agricultural land in the state is used for cattle.

    Typically they send the calves to other states to finish and butcher them, but you can still buy sustainably farmed cattle from Florida, Alabama, or Georgia instead of having to ship it in from much further away.

    A family farm in Summerville has been producing Wagyu (American Kobe that exceeds "prime") for decades.
     
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    Smiling JOe SoWal Expert

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    Oh, I thought you were suggesting that Seagrill used beef from far away and that caused the higher prices.
     
  12. scooterbug44

    scooterbug44 SoWal Expert

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    No, I was just saying that times of high gas prices are when buying local products can really save money fast.

    The change in fuel costs is much less when it is produced/grown nearby then when it has to be flown in or trucked cross country.
     
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