Join Café Thirty-A in Spreading a Little Christmas Cheer this Holiday Season! On Saturday, Dec. 8, The Bottoms Up Band will be rockin’ the night away at Café Thirty-A and there will be great food and fun for all!
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Bruno’s Pizza in Seagrove Beach is a prime example of “if it ain’t broke don’t fix it.” For more than 20 years Bruno’s has been satisfying locals and visitors with their quality pizza and superb customer service. It’s a place where folks go to enjoy great food in a cozy, relaxed atmosphere.
The historic Seagrove Villas Motel has welcomed SoWal beach lovers for over 60 years, but the doors have closed and the neon sign dimmed for the final time.
All that will remains are the memories of so many beach lovers who have stayed at the motel and villas over the years. Thankfully, a few of the cottages on the north side of Scenic 30A will remain as shops. Perhaps to some a sad reminder of sunny days gone by when they visited the motel as part of "Old Florida".
Gina Shiflett made the transition from Atlanta to SoWal and has been providing clients with a cutting-edge experience at Salon Twist for the last eight years. Commitment to service and talent in a serene setting is her winning formula.
John Scanlan picked 1/11/11 to open his new venture, Bow Wow Meow Pet Company, hoping the unique date would be good for business. Now in his second year, he notes he’s had at least one sale every day. For someone open seven days a week and closed only for Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day and New year's Day, that’s quite an accomplishment.
You're invited to learn how to cook from Executive Chef David Cunningham. Each class, Chef will be teaching and preparing a three course meal. Classes are $60 per person and include all three courses plus wine pairing. Classes start at 11am and run until 2pm. Classes are Saturday, March 3rd (sold out), March 24th, April 14th, May 18th, and May 25th. Please call (850) 486-0973 today to reserve your seat today.
On the spot where the old Wheelhouse Restaurant stood for many years has risen a modern restaurant/bar in the heart of Seagrove. They hope to be ready to have a soft opening this weekend.The classic and clean lines of the building seem to fit right in with the mod cottages across the street at Seagrove Villas Motel.
Editor's Note - Skip & Victoria decided to close 723 Whiskey Bravo in May 2020.
In March, Cocoon’s on Scenic Highway 30A in Seagrove Beach will begin its 19th year.
Seven days a week, from 7:30 a.m. to 6 p.m., owners/chefs Mike and Linda LaDow make the long trip—a flight of stairs down from their residence over the shop—to prepare and serve three meals a day to a devoted following.
Their tastes and backgrounds prepared them for their job running one of the area’s best-known and most popular dining spots.
While it may be too early to make a reservation at Hotel Viridian, on March 11 patrons can enjoy dinner at V, the restaurant destined to be a springboard for rest of the Downtown Seagrove hotel project.
“This project has been in the making for over five years,” says co-owner and veteran restaurateur George Hartley.
“My partners and I consider it a beacon of hope for the community – and a true blessing that we’re able to see our vision realized.”
When Jesse Hart relocated Gravel Road to a more visible spot in Seagrove Beach, it was more than just a change of address.
Chef Hart also created what he describes as a practical menu with moderate prices where people could dine more frequently.
While Hart might have lowered prices, he certainly didn’t lower his standards for food quality, service or ambiance.
The new locale also has the feel of fine dining with dark walls, muted lighting and tasteful music, he also retained servers with knowledge and skills that enhance the enjoyment of the meal.