Cafe' Thirty-A in Seagrove Beach is celebrating wine and food this fall as they host Kokomo Winery at a special wine dinner in the Fishbone Room on Thursday, November 5 at 6:30 p.m. The dinner will feature Kokomo Winery owner and winemaker Erik Miller and his partner and grower, Randy Peters. Chef T has designed a menu to perfectly compliment the wines that will be poured that night. This will be an intimate setting with only 30-40 people maximum.
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You could call Mark and Paige Schnell the SoWal dynamic design duo. They just might have tights and capes underneath their casual beachwear. Each has a thriving and creative business that requires wearing several hats. When you first meet either of them you would probably be fooled.
South Walton visitors love life, love the beach, and love food! Food just tastes better on vacation. But we also know SoWal has incredible restaurants with talented chefs. We locals benefit every day of the year from a fantastic cuisine scene.
A car accident is never a good thing, but life has a funny way of showing us opportunities, and they’re often hidden in some form of tragedy.
When a near fatal car accident left Gina Shiflett, owner of Salon Twist, temporarily paralyzed, her life took a major turn. Though she regained mobility within hours, Gina felt compelled to take a hard look at everything she thought she knew and make a change for the better.
There are a many reasons why Angelina’s Pizzeria and Pasta in Seagrove Beach has been a success for more than 20 years, but the most important are the great food and warm, friendly service. When Brian and Jan Ethridge moved to SoWal in 1994 to open their little Italian eatery, they wanted nothing more than to offer home-style cuisine by the beach - and they have succeeded.
Word on the street is that there’s a new Pizza place in Seagrove. And sure enough, Brozinni Pizzeria has surfaced in the same location once occupied by Cocoon’s. Owners Kevin and Nicole McKee, along with partner David Goble, have opened what they refer to as a “New York-style” pizza place offering the Big Apple’s signature crust.
When Alice Forrester and partner Mickey Whitaker opened their business, 30A Realty, in June of 1995, they were excited by the prospects. Then, in October, just 4 months later, Hurricane Opal came through and pretty much put a dent in South Walton businesses.
A proposed Hampton Inn at the eastern end of Seagrove Beach on Scenic Highway 30A has generated fierce opposition from SoWal locals, second homeowners, and beach lovers from across the country.
WaterSound West Beach resident Ehan Lyell has created an online petition against the building of the hotel. The petition has more then 9,000 signatures. The proposed 44,205 square-foot hotel would have 90 rooms on 2.4 acres.
Seagrove Beach is perfect for nature lovers seeking an unspoiled retreat and uncrowded environment. Enjoy canoeing, kayaking, swimming and more in this quaint town with Old Florida charm.
Back in the 1940s and 1950s, families came to Seagrove Beach to rent modest one-story cottages with paddle fans instead of air conditioning, and wide-screened porches (perfect for sleeping). The same families returned to Seagrove Beach year after year, and now second and third generations make the journey.