723 Whiskey Bravo Rises in the Heart of Seagrove

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.

Cocoon's Fine Foods is a Seagrove Tradition

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.

Get Ready for Gumbo and Mardi Gras at Sandestin

Gumbo has always beean an essential fuel that helps to keep Mardi Gras going. Add dogs to the mix and we'll all be howling at Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort during the extended President’s Day weekend starting Friday, February 17, 2012.

Thousands of travelers and local residents are expected to join the festivities including the Annual Sandestin Gumbo Festival, Mardi Gras Dog Parade and so much more.

Apalachicola Is a Wonderful Day Trip from South Walton

We love the snow-white quartz sands of SoWal beaches that squeak when we walk on them with bare feet, the emerald green and turquoise waters of the Gulf; a bay pregnant with fish and oysters; the delta of the Choctawhatchee River; our 18,000 acres of forest, parks and preserves; plus our unique coastal dune lakes that make South Walton one of the most desirable places on earth to live and visit.

But last June, my wife Karen and I promised to take our thirteen-year-old grandson, Nathan, 80 miles east to the old river town of Apalachicola for a day of fishing.

Annual Baytowne Beer Fest Is Pitcher Perfect

Bring together more than 100 domestic and international beers, 40 craft brewers, the charming Village of Baytowne Wharf at Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort with beautiful October weather and you have a winning combination for fun in the sun at the Baytowne Beer Festival this October 21 and 22.

Known as the “Best Beer Fest on the Emerald Coast,” this popular event features on-site craft brewers, beer samplings, seminars and live music. Beer aficionados will be able to sample domestic and international options, including specialty, seasonal and not-yet-released beers.


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