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The Definitive Guide to Eating in South Walton

There are plenty of places to stay and play in South Walton’s 16 unique neighborhoods, but one thing is constant: you’ll never be far from a great meal. We asked a group of locals to tell us, “What South Walton Restaurant do you absolutely have to know about in each neighborhood?” Passions were ignited, and answers came pouring in.

Below, we’ve organized the most popular answers by neighborhood:

Miramar Beach

Pompano Joe’s  

  • Description: This beach side restaurant is located off of Scenic Gulf Drive with stunning views of the Gulf that offers a Caribbean inspired menu.
  • Address: 2237 Scenic Gulf Dr.
  • Opened: 1995
  • Phone: (850) 837-2224
  • Website: www.pompano-joes.com/

Capt. Dave’s on the Gulf

  • Description: Serving up coastal classics since 1968, Capt. Dave’s on the Gulf offers fresh seafood and views of the Gulf of Mexico.
  • Address: 51 Scenic Gulf Dr.
  • Opened: 1968
  • Website: www.captdavesonthegulf.com/

Surf Hut

  • Description: Situated right on the beach, this restaurant offers great views and a diverse menu of American favorites.
  • Address: 51 Scenic Gulf Dr.
  • Phone: (850) 460-7750
  • Website: www.surfhutdestin.com/

Real Thai Fusion

  • Description: In Miramar Plaza, this restaurant offers an authentic Thai menu that hits all of the right flavors from sweet, sour and spicy.

Aegean Greek Restaurant

  • Description: An inviting atmosphere and friendly staff add to the dining experience in this Mediterranean-themed restaurant.
  • Address: 11225 US Highway 98
  • Phone: (850) 460-2728
  • Website: www.aegeanfl.com/p/miramar-beach-location.html

Vin’tij Wine Boutique and Bistro

  • Description: Located in the Grand Boulevard lifestyle center, Vin’tij offers award-winning cuisine with wine pairing suggestions for each item on their menu.
  • Address: 500 Grand Boulevard #100K, Miramar Beach
  • Chef: John Jacob
  • Opened: 1998
  • Phone: (850) 650-9820
  • Website: www.vintij.com/

Lin’s Asian Cuisine

  • Description: Tucked in the shopping center at the corner of Scenic Gulf Drive and U.S. Highway 98, Lin’s offers an array of authentic Asian dishes.
  • Address: 130 Scenic Gulf Dr., Suite. 5B
  • Chef: Qun Lin
  • Phone: (850) 424-5888
  • Website: www.linsasiancuisine.com/

Mama Clemenza’s European Breakfast

  • Description: Mama Clemenza’s offers high quality fresh ingredients, handcrafted bread, specialty cappuccinos and espressos.
  • Address: 12273 Emerald Coast Pkwy
  • Chef: Dom and Tammy Damiano (owners)
  • Phone: (850) 424-3157
  • Website: mamaclemenzaseuropeanbreakfast.com/

Fat Clemenza’s Brick Oven Pizzeria

  • Description: This cozy restaurant doesn’t show its authenticity by the décor alone, the food also strives to deliver an authentic Italian experience.
  • Address: 12273 US Highway 98
  • Phone: (850) 650-5980
  • Website: fatclemenzas.com/


  • Description: Sushimoto keeps customers coming back for more with flavorful and quality sushi dishes.
  • Address: 12889 Emerald Coast Pkwy. #103B, Miramar Beach
  • Chef: Andy Miyamoto
  • Opened: 2009
  • Phone: (850) 424-5977
  • Website: www.destinsushi.com/


Bad Ass Coffee

  • Description: With a variety of different blends and flavors to choose from at Bad Ass Coffee, everyone will be happy. Let’s not forget to mention their shop is across the street for the beach, making it easy to enjoy a morning coffee on the beach.
  • Address: 1708 Scenic Gulf Dr.
  • Phone: (850) 269-3997
  • Website: www.badasscoffee.com

Whale’s Tail

  • Description: This local establishment has it all: Classic beach food, great drinks, and unbeatable views. Right on the beach and offering a laid back beach bar.
  • Address: 1373 Scenic Gulf Dr.
  • Opened: 30-plus years ago
  • Phone: (850) 650-4377
  • Website: www.seascape-resort.com/the-whales-tail-destin

Cabana Café

  • Description: A locally owned café featuring casual dining selections from burger baskets to seafood, soup, salads, and sandwiches, along with live music. The café is located in the lobby of Ariel Dunes, in Seascape Golf, Tennis and Beach Resort.
  • Address: 112 Seascape Blvd
  • Opened: 2007
  • Phone: (850) 424-3574
  • Website: www.cabanacafedestin.com/

Royal Palm Grille

  • Description: A casual spot with a view of the beach and a menu that ranges from sushi to steak and burgers. The Grille also has a tiki bar and outside beach bar. Each Friday, guests can enjoy a bonfire at the beach bar at sunset.
  • Address: 1096 Scenic Gulf Dr.
  • Chef: Mark Hall (Executive Chef) and Arnel Papa (Sushi Chef)
  • Opened: 2015
  • Phone: (850) 424-7300
  • Website: www.royalpalmgrille.com/


Acme Oyster House

  • Description: A true New Orleans oyster joint offering a verity of different style oysters, fried crawfish tails, shrimp platters, and locally caught seafood.
  • Address: 90 Seascape Dr. Suite 101
  • Opened: 2017
  • Phone: (850) 460-7773
  • Website: www.seascape-resort.com/towne-centre/acme-oyster-house

2 Birds Coffee & Café

  • Description: *Not Yet Open as of 8/16/17* Planned as a coffee-forward café serving classic espresso drinks, breakfast and lunch. The menu features homemade pastries and fried PB&J sandwiches. 
  • Address: 80 Seascape Dr. Suite 101
  • Opening: 2017
  • Phone: (850) 424-7845
  • Website: www.seascape-resort.com/towne-centre/2-birds-coffee-and-cafe

Moo La-La Ice Cream & Fudge

  • Description: This is the second location of Moo La-La Ice Cream & Fudge, which is located in the Towne Centre of Seascape. Moo La-La makes their own fudge and waffle cones and offers a variety of ice creams and other assorted treats.
  • Address: 90 Seascape Dr. Suite 101
  • Opened: 2017
  • Phone: (850) 837-2288
  • Website: www.seascape-resort.com/towne-centre/moo-la-la


Sunset Bay Café

  • Description: With views of the Choctawhatchee Bay and a well-situated tiki bar this family owned and operated restaurant serves breakfast and lunch classics made with locally sourced ingredients including fresh produce to sustainable seafood.
  • Address: 158 Sandestin Blvd N
  • Chef: Bryce and Gary Jarvis (Owners)
  • Opened: 2015
  • Phone: (850) 267-7108
  • Website: www.sunsetbaycafesandestin.com/

Another Broken Egg

  • Description: This southern-inspired breakfast, brunch and lunch restaurant offers favorites from eggs benedicts to southern-style biscuit beignets, sandwiches, omelets and healthy options.
  • Address: There are currently two locations in Sandestin: 755 Grand Blvd Suite B 107; 9100 Baytowne Wharf Blvd, Suite A-4.
  • Phone: (850) 622-2050
  • Website: www.anotherbrokenegg.com/location/sandestin-village-fl


  • Description: Located within the Hilton Sandestin Beach, this American family bistro-style restaurant serves three meals a day, plus late-night snacks in the lounge. It is best known for its breakfast buffet that offers a creole coastal flair.
  • Address: 4000 S Sandestin Blvd.
  • Phone: (850) 267-9500
  • Website: www.hiltonsandestinbeach.com/sandestin-restaurants-sandcastles

Agave Azul Mexican Cuisine

  • Description: Agave Azul brings authentic, upscale Mexican cuisine to the Village of Baytowne Wharf. Stop by for a refreshing margarita paired with one of their signature dishes like the Ribeye Oaxaqueno or the Mahi El Dorado.
  • Address: 111 Cannery Lane
  • Opened: 2013
  • Phone: (850) 424-5177
  • Website: agaveazulmexicancuisine.com/

Hunter's Chicken & Burgers

  • Description: This classic 50’s diner features a full service menu including breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, and late night.
  • Address: 9375 Emerald Coast Pkwy, Suite 14
  • Phone: (850) 654-9453
  • Website: https://m.facebook.com/HuntersDiner/

Caffe Siena

  • Description: Featuring freshly brewed gourmet coffee, made to order espresso and lattes, and freshly made donuts.
  • Address: 9107 Baytowne Wharf Boulevard, Suite B-4
  • Phone: (850) 267-4488
  • Website: www.sandestin.com/deals/caffe-siena

Roberto’s Italian Pizzeria

  • Description: Located in Baytowne Wharf, Roberto’s offers a wide selection of Italian inspired cuisine, wings, and nachos.
  • Address: 110 Cannery Ln
  • Opened: 2002
  • Phone: (850) 351-1998
  • Website: robertositalianpizzeria.com/

The Craft Bar

  • Description: This gastropub specializes in fresh and innovative creations through seasonally changing tavern fare, cocktail selection and craft beers.
  • Address: 655 Grand Blvd
  • Chef: Scott Plumley
  • Opened: 2015
  • Phone: (850) 608-6226
  • Website: thecraftbarfl.com/grand-boulevard/

The Wine Bar

  • Description: The Wine Bar welcomes guests with freshly baked bread, homemade soups and artisan cheeses. The menu features a selection of salads, sandwiches, soups, cheese plates, pizza and gourmet dinner options; and of course a large selection of wine.
  • Address: 655 Grand Boulevard, Ste. D 101
  • Chef: Scott Plumley
  • Phone: (850) 622-0804
  • Website: www.thewinebarfl.com/the-wine-bar-grand-boulevard/

Cantina Laredo

  • Description: Authentic Mexican dishes with a dash of upscale and modern flair.
  • Address: 585 Grand Boulevard Suite N-106
  • Chef: Clint Viehman (General Manager)
  • Opened: 2008
  • Phone: (850) 654-5649
  • Website: www.cantinalaredo.com/location/sandestin-florida/

Tommy Bahamas

  • Description: Located in Grand Boulevard, Tommy Bahamas offers a patio section for outdoor dining, a diverse menu that is fitting for any occasion, and a selection of specialty cocktails
  • Address: 525 Grand Blvd
  • Phone: (850) 654-1743
  • Website: www.tommybahama.com/restaurants/sandestin

Marlin Grill

  • Description: Known for its award-winning wine list and seafood selection, Marlin Grill is nestled in the heart of The Village of Baytowne Wharf. The fine dining seafood and steakhouse offers a variety of flavors and extensive drink menu, including a $10,000 martini.
  • Address: 9100 Baytowne Wharf Boulevard
  • Chef: Tom Rice and Wayne Lewis (Owners)
  • Opened: 2002
  • Phone: (850) 351-1990
  • Website: www.marlingrill.com/

Seagar’s Prime Steaks & Seafood

  • Description: Located in the Hilton Sandestin Beach Golf Resort & Spa, Seagar’s is an AAA Four Diamond-rated steakhouse. This fine dining experience features an open theatre kitchen, tableside preparation and a wine list that offers more than 600 labels.
  • Address: 4000 Sandestin Blvd S
  • Chef: Executive Chef Laurie Graupner
  • Opened: 1998
  • Phone: (850) 622-1500
  • Website: www.seagars.com


  • Description: Bijoux offers a diverse menu featuring coastal cuisine with a New Orleans flair.
  • Address: 9375 Emerald Coast Pkwy #22
  • Chef: Jack McGuckin
  • Phone: (850) 622-0760
  • Website: www.bijouxdestin.com/

Barefoot’s Beachside Bar & Grill

  • Description: Grab a quick bite while enjoying a day at the beach or pool. The beachside eatery offers a casual lunch and dinner menu with a wide range of frozen drinks.
  • Address: 4000 Sandestin Blvd
  • Opened: 1998
  • Phone: (850) 267-9500
  • Website: www.hiltonsandestinbeach.com/destin-dining-barefoots

Fleming’s Prime Steakhouse & Wine Bar

  • Description: Looking for a great steak? Fleming’s offers a variety of hand-cut steaks along with seafood and pork dishes. The restaurant also boasts 100 award-winning wines.
  • Address: 600 Grand Blvd
  • Chef: Russell Skall
  • Phone: (850) 269-0830
  • Website: www.flemingssteakhouse.com/

Santa Rosa Beach

Donut Hole:

Don Pedro’s

  • Description: Don Pedro’s serves authentic Mexican cuisine for breakfast, lunch and dinner, along with American classics.
  • Address: 4643 US Hwy 98 West, Suite 8
  • Opened: 2000
  • Phone: (850) 267-0009
  • Website: www.facebook.com/Donpedrosmexican/

Fat Daddy’s Pizza

  • Description: Fat Daddy’s is known for their pizza and $1 beers. Their lunchtime buffet is also a popular lunch choice.
  • Address: 4942 US HWY 98 West
  • Opened: 2006
  • Phone: (850) 267-4992
  • Website: www.Fatdaddyspizza.com

VKI Japanese Steakhouse and Sushi Bar

  • Description: A fresh variety of sushi rolls, hibachi and authentic Japanese cuisine.
  • Address: 4552 US 98
  • Chef: Quen Lin
  • Opened: 2012
  • Phone: (850) 267-8555
  • Website: www.VKIsteakhouse.com

Goatfeather’s Seafood Restaurant

  • Description: This casual and family-friendly eatery offers fresh seafood sourced from their own retail seafood market located downstairs. Also serving Black Angus beef and specialty salads.
  • Address: 3865 W County Highway 30A
  • Opened: 1988
  • Phone: (850) 267-3342
  • Website: www.goatfeathersseafood.com

Chop Stix

  • Description: A New York-style Chinese restaurant.
  • Address: 4942 US Highway 98
  • Chef: Quen Lin
  • Opened: 2003
  • Phone: (850) 622-2726
  • www.chopstixsrb.com/

Steamboat Bar & Grill

Bayou Bill’s Crab House

  • Description: Fresh seafood in family-friendly atmosphere.
  • Address: 4748 US Highway 98
  • Opened: 1986
  • Phone: (850) 267-3849
  • Website: bayoubills.com

Louis Louis

  • Description: Owned by the same family that manages the Red Bar in Grayton Beach, Louis Louis offers a relaxed atmosphere, combined with classic dishes like crab cakes or pan sautéed grouper. Like the Red Bar, Louis Louis offers live music regularly.
  • Address: 35 Mussett Bayou Rd
  • Phone: (850) 267-1500
  • Website: www.Louislouis.net

Local Catch Bar & Grill

  • Description: Local Catch offers diners generous portions, locally sourced seafood and true dive atmosphere.
  • Address: 3711 West County Highway 30A
  • Opened: 2012
  • Phone: (850) 622-2022
  • Website: www.Localcatch30a.com


  • Description: Chef owned and operated, this small contemporary trattoria offers a variety of options including calamari and pan-seared sea scallops, Caesar and arugula salads, angel hair pasta with pan seared shrimp or three meat Bolognese. Entrees feature selections such as grouper nicoise or roasted eggplant lasagna.
  • Address: 24200 US Highway 331
  • Chef: Michael Dragon and Mark Anton
  • Opened: 2000
  • Phone: (850) 231-9167
  • Website: www.boragorestaurant.com

The Bay

  • Description: Southern Gulf Cuisine, sushi, wine and more are available at Chef Jim Shirley’s restaurant, The Bay. The waterfront restaurant boasts views of the Choctawhatchee Bay and has its own sandy beach.
  • Address: 24215 Highway 331 South
  • Chef: Jim Shirley
  • Opened: 2014
  • Phone: (850) 622-2291
  • Website: www.baysouthwalton.com  


  • Description: The menu features Italian staples such as wedding soup, lasagna, pizza, veal and more.
  • Address: 4942 US Highway 98
  • Chef: Chris Chirum
  • Opened: 2009
  • Phone: (850) 267-2185
  • Website: www.meatballsrb.com

Vue on 30A

  • Description: Vue on 30a is Santa Rosa Golf & Beach Club’s signature restaurant. Located directly on the Gulf of Mexico, the restaurant is open to the public and serves lunch, dinner and happy hour throughout the week as well as Sunday brunch. Voted “Best Waterfront Dining” by Florida Travel + Life Magazine and “Best Place to Watch a Sunset” by Destin Magazine.
  • Address: 4801 West County Road 30A
  • Chef: Giovanni Filippone
  • Opened: 2010
  • Phone: (850) 267-2305
  • Website: www.vue30a.net

331 Beach Bar & Grill

  • Description: Located directly on the Choctawhatchee Bay downstairs from Borago restaurant, the 331 Beach Bar & Grill offers casual dining and sunset views, drink specials, a low country boil and other southern inspired food. Put your toes in the sand on their private beach and relax while you wait to check into your room on Saturdays at the “Can’t Check In Yet” party.
  • Address: 24200 US Highway 331
  • Chef: Michael Dragon and Mark Anton
  • Phone: (850) 231-9167
  • Website: www.boragorestaurant.com

Dune Allen

Elmo’s Grill

  • Description: Elmo’s Grill serves up fresh-from-the-Gulf seafood, cold drinks and fun. Highlights include live music and the all-you-can-eat crab special.
  • Address: 6931 West County Highway 30A
  • Opened: 1990
  • Phone: (850) 267-2299
  • Website: www.elmosgrill.com

Stinky’s Fish Camp

  • Description: As the owners are fond of saying, “With a name like Stinky’s, it better be good.” Stinky’s Fish Camp utilizes fresh ingredients and local seafood to create classic Creole dishes and offers a full wine list to complement the menu.
  • Address: 5960 West County Highway 30A
  • Chef: Jim Richard; Brannon Janca; Todd Misener
  • Opened: 2007
  • Phone: (850) 267-3053
  • Website: www.stinkysfishcamp.com

Gulf Place

Deep South Market

  • Description: From the owners of The Perfect Pig comes Deep South Market, a gourmet restaurant and boutique shop. Guests will find fresh sandwiches and salads, charcuterie boards and more.
  • Address: 7 Town Center Loop, Suite C13
  • Opened: 2016
  • Phone: (850) 660-1591
  • Website: www.facebook.com/DeepSouthMarket/

Growler Garage

  • Description: Located directly across the street from Ed Walline Regional Beach Access, Growler Garage offers 45 taps with craft beers and wine, as well as beach views. Grab a beer to go for the beach or relax on the outdoor patio. Visitors can also browse custom painted surfboards, guitars and motorcycles.
  • Address: 4368 West County Highway 30A, Suite 101
  • Opened: 2015
  • Phone: (850) 660-1965
  • Website: growlergarage30a.com/

The Perfect Pig

  • Description: The Perfect Pig has an eclectic menu filled with upscale southern comfort food. Guests can enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner.
  • Address: 7 Town Center Loop, Suite Unit C11
  • Chef: Joshua Brunken
  • Phone: (850) 660-1591
  • Website: www.theperfectpig.com/

Sunrise Coffee Co.

  • Description: Just steps from the beach in Gulf Place, Sunrise Coffee Co. offers local Amavida Coffee and brews from Grayton Beer Company, as well as a full menu for breakfast, lunch and dinner.
  • Address: 45 Town Center Loop
  • Phone: (850) 499-8103
  • Website: www.sunrisecoffee30a.com/

Pizza By The Sea

  • Description: From specialty pies and build your own options to lunch specials and salads, Pizza By The Sea serves up plenty of pies to suite your mood.
  • Address: Gulf Place Town Center, Upstairs, 95 Laura Hamilton Boulevard
  • Opened: 2013
  • Phone: (850) 267-2202
  • Website: pizzabythesea.com/gulf-place-town-center/

La Playa

  • Description: Caribbean inspired dishes that you can enjoy on the outdoor corner patio overlooking the Gulf of Mexico.
  • Address: 37 Town Center Loop, Unit C-8
  • Opened: 2013
  • Phone: (850) 660-1617
  • Website: www.laplaya30-a.com

South of Philly

  • Description: Tucked away on Highway 393 and offering indoor and outdoor seating, South of Philly specializes in real Philly Cheesesteaks, and even offers $5 Cheesesteaks after each Philadelphia Eagle win during the NFL season.
  • Address: 1598 S Co Hwy 393
  • Phone: (850) 622-1055
  • Website: www.southofphilly30a.com/

Blue Mountain

La Loba’s Bakery

  • Description: Baking since 1994, La Loba’s offers a variety of cinnamon rolls, scones, brownies, muffins, cookies, granola, quiche, locally roasted organic coffee, burritos, wraps, beans and greens, cakes and more. They opened their shop in Blue Mountain Beach in 2009.
  • Address: 2217 West County Highway 30A
  • Opened: 2009
  • Phone: (850) 267-0400
  • Website: lalobasbakery.com/

Johnny McTighe’s Irish Pub

  • Description: An Irish pub with a family-friendly environment, games and outdoor seating. Located in Blue Mountain Beach, they serve everything from corned beef hash to pizza.
  • Address: 2298 West County Highway 30A
  • Opened: 2009
  • Phone: (850) 267-0101
  • Website: www.johnnymctigheirishpub.com/

Marie’s Bistro

  • Description: The diverse menu features sushi, salads, burgers and more. Drive thru pick up available.
  • Address: 2260 West County Highway 30A
  • Chef: Hanie Nasri
  • Opened: 1984
  • Phone: (850) 278-6856
  • Website: www.mariesbistro.com/

Redd’s Fueling Station

  • Description: Open Monday through Saturday from 5 to 10 p.m. Casual, Southern dishes and funky atmosphere make Redd's Fueling Station a unique South Walton experience. Redd the singing bartender entertains diners as she sings from her repertoire of more than 400 songs. Reservations are suggested.
  • Address: 2320 W County Highway 30A
  • Opened: 2013
  • Phone: (850) 325-0252
  • Website: reddsfuel.com/


  • Description: Basmati's specializes in fresh sushi and seafood. The restaurant overlooks Draper Lake and has been featured in Southern Living and The New York Times. Diners can enjoy their meal on the candle-lit screen porch.
  • Address: 3295 West County Highway 30A
  • Opened: 1997
  • Phone: (850) 267-3028
  • Website: basmatisthirtya.com/


  • Description: Trebeache brings fine-dining to Redfish Village in Blue Mountain Beach. The menu features classic to contemporary fare, top notch wines and various cocktails.
  • Address: 2052 West County Highway 30A
  • Chef: Jim Richard
  • Opened: 2016
  • Phone: (850) 937-7793
  • Website: www.trebeache.com/

Blue Mountain Beach Creamery

  • Description: Located on the corner of Scenic Highway 30A and County Road 83, Blue Mountain Beach Creamery offers fresh homemade ice cream, sorbet and hard-pack yogurt. With a variety of flavors, there’s something for everyone.
  • Address: 2129 South County Highway 83
  • Phone: (850) 278-6849
  • Website: www.facebook.com/BMBCreamery/


Grayton Beach

Hibiscus Café

  • Description: Hibiscus Café offers freshly brewed gourmet coffee or tea, a full breakfast menu and signature dishes including Waffle Wonderful and Spinach Frittata.
  • Address: 85 DeFuniak Street
  • Phone: (850) 231-2733
  • Website: www.hibiscusflorida.com


  • Description: A new Spanish restaurant with a view of the Gulf from their open air second story. The menu features fresh Gulf seafood, grass fed beef, fresh in-house squeezed juices and much more.
  • Address: 63 Hotz Ave.
  • Chef: Cesar Velazquez
  • Opened: 2016
  • Phone: (850) 534-4449
  • Website: chiringograyton.com/

Hurricane Oyster Bar & Grill

  • Description: Hurricane Oyster Bar & Grill offers a menu inspired by the Gulf Coast, Caribbean Islands and New Orleans. From oysters to nachos, this establishment has a casual and eclectic style.
  • Address: 37 Logan Ln., Ste. 4
  • Opened: 2007
  • Phone: (850) 231-0787
  • Website: hurricaneoyster.com/

Grayton Seafood Co.

  • Description: Grayton Seafood Company delivers a friendly atmosphere, fresh local seafood and cold drinks.
  • Address: 50 Uptown Grayton Cir
  • Chef: Andy Brown
  • Opened: 2015
  • Phone: (850) 213-3683
  • Website: graytonseafood.com/

Another Broken Egg

  • Description: This southern-inspired breakfast, brunch, and lunch restaurant serves up everything from eggs benedicts to southern-style biscuit beignets.
  • Address: 51 Uptown Grayton Circle
  • Phone: (850) 231-7835
  • Website: www.anotherbrokenegg.com

Bad Ass Coffee

  • Description: Offering a variety of different blends and flavors, Bad Ass Coffee also serves light breakfast and lunch options.
  • Address: 17 Uptown Grayton Circle
  • Phone: (850) 534-0334
  • Website: www.badasscoffee.com/

Pickle Factory

  • Description: The Pickle Factory has quite an extensive menu, offering more than 15 brick oven pizzas, as well as an extensive selection of appetizers, from Thai wings and crab Rangoon to fried pickles and pickle fries.
  • Address: 38 Clayton Lane, Suite 19
  • Chef: Jeffrey Fehr
  • Opened: 2009
  • Phone: (850) 231-1290
  • Website: www.picklepizza.com

Chanticleer Eatery

  • Description: Located steps away from Grayton Beach’s thriving art and culinary scene, Chanticleer Eatery is tucked away off the main thoroughfares. Stop in this casual café for artistically piled-high sandwiches, fresh salads and an ever-changing soup of the day. In the evening, Chanticleer offers an impressive dinner menu that includes hearty dishes like grilled ribeye steak and smoky jambalaya.
  • Address: 55 Clayton Lane
  • Chef: Nic Dellow (Kitchen Manager)
  • Opened: 2012
  • Phone: (850) 213-9065
  • Website: www.chanticleereatery.com

The Red Bar

  • Description: This Grayton Beach hot spot offers brunch, lunch, happy hour or dinner. The menu offers up crab cakes, smoked tuna dip and key lime pie. The Red Bar is known for its funky eclectic feel and feel-good live jazz performances.
  • Address: 70 Hotz Avenue
  • Chef: Olivier Petit; Antonio Alvarez
  • Opened: 1995
  • Phone: (850) 231-1008
  • Website: www.theredbar.com/

Abrazo Latin Kitchen

  • Description: A new offering directly on 30A in Grayton Beach, Abrazo is a Latin inspired restaurant with a twist. The happy hour from 5-6 p.m. offers taco and drink specials. The main dining area is great for small groups or romantic dates.
  • Address: 80 East Highway 30A
  • Chef: Mark Anton; Michael Dragon
  • Opened: 2016
  • Phone: (850) 213-4156
  • Website: www.abrazo30a.com

Roux 30A

  • Description: Part cooking school, part catering business and part private event space, Roux 30A is hidden away in an office complex. With an ever changing menu, guests can enjoy Indian, Cuban, Ethiopian, Italian and Israeli inspired menus plus many more. Roux 30A considers its style “Seaside-Inspired Modern Cuisine.”
  • Address: 114 Logan Lane
  • Chef: Nikhil Abuvala
  • Opened: 2014
  • Website: www.roux30a.com/

AJ’s Grayton Beach

  • Description: AJ’s is a long-time Destin landmark more recently opened in Grayton Beach, where they serve local seafood, fresh sushi and steak every day. Guests can enjoy music nightly.
  • Address: 63 Defuniak St
  • Opened: 2017
  • Phone: (850) 231-4102
  • Website: www.ajsgrayton.com/

Craft Bar 30A

  • Description: This gastropub specializes in fresh and innovative creations through seasonally changing tavern fare, cocktail selection, and craft beers.
  • Address: 170 East County Highway 30A
  • Chef: Scott Plumley
  • Opened: 2016
  • Phone: (850) 213-4000
  • Website: thecraftbarfl.com/


Fish Out of Water

  • Description: Southern cuisine and locally procured seafood is served at this AAA 4-Diamond Award winning restaurant. Fish Out of Water is also a three-time Florida Trend Golden Spoon Award recipient.
  • Address: 34 Goldenrod Circle
  • Chef: Todd Rogers
  • Phone: (850) 534-5050
  • Website: www.watercolorresort.com

The Gathering Spot

  • Description: The Gathering Spot & Sushi Bar features a variety of delicious entrees from Gulf fish sandwiches to organic steak and fries to sushi. Diners can enjoy lunch right off the beach or a casual family dinner, The Gathering Spot offers diners a full bar, diverse menu and views of the Gulf of Mexico.
  • Address: 34 Goldenrod Circle
  • Phone: (850) 534-5000
  • Website: www.watercolorresort.com/florida-gulf-coast/gathering-spot-sushi-bar.asp

 The Wine Bar

  • Description: The Wine Bar offers an award-winning wine list, gourmet food and a relaxed atmosphere. Guests can enjoy an artisan cheese board, chef’s specials, and a cheese shop.
  • Address: 1735 East County Highway 30A
  • Chef: Scott Plumley
  • Phone: (850) 231-1323
  • Website: www.thewinebarfl.com

Pizza By The Sea

  • Description: Pizza By The Sea showcases specialty pies, pizza by the slice, lunch specials and salads.
  • Address: WaterColor Crossings Shopping Center, Directly Next to Publix, 88 WaterColor Way
  • Phone: (850) 231-3030
  • Website: pizzabythesea.com/watercolor-crossings/

The Candy Bar

  • Description: A funky candy shop offering one-of-a-kind candies and ice cream.
  • Address:  1777 East County Highway 30A Suite 101B
  • Phone: (850) 231-1149
  • Website: www.thecandybar30a.com


Amavida Coffee & Tea

  • Description: Amavida Coffee offers a variety of coffees, teas, pastries and snacks. Here you’ll find hand-crafted cappuccinos, exotic loose-leaf teas, buttery croissants and more.
  • Address: 2236 East County Highway 30A
  • Phone: (850) 231-3539
  • Website: www.amavida.com

Great Southern Café

  • Description: Known for dishes like their “Grits a Ya Ya” and laid-back Southern atmosphere, Great Southern Café is a place for seafood, steak, burgers and more.  The restaurant combines Southern Cooking with flavors from around the world using local produce. They also feature a raw oyster bar and outside seating with a perfect view of Seaside’s town center.
  • Address: 83 Central Sq.
  • Chef: Jim Shirley
  • Opened: 2006
  • Phone: (850) 231-7327
  • Website: thegreatsoutherncafe.com


Modica Market

  • Description: A gourmet grocery store considered one of the leading gourmet markets in the country, Modica Market was designed to serve the new-urban ideals of Seaside, and has become a favorite stop for visitors throughout South Walton.
  • Address: 109 Central Square
  • Opened: 1988
  • Phone: (850) 231-1214
  • Website: www.modicamarket.com

The Meltdown 30A

  • Description: Part of Airstream row in Seaside, The Meltdown specializes in grilled cheese comfort cuisine. These cheesy sandwiches offer an upscale or classic take on an American favorite. Now open for lunch daily. Dinner is available seasonally.
  • Address: 2235 East County Highway 30A
  • Chef: Jim Shirley
  • Opened: 2009
  • Phone: (850) 231-0952
  • Website: www.meltdownon30a.com/

Bud & Alley’s

  • Description: Bud & Alley's has been a 30A staple for decades. The restaurant has received numerous awards, including Florida Trend Magazine’s Golden Spoon Award, a five star designation from the Tallahassee Democrat and annually winning Wine Spectator Magazine's Award of Excellence. The upstairs dining area enjoys incredible Gulf views in an open air setting. Inside dining is available downstairs.
  • Address: 2236 East County Highway 30A
  • Chef: Phillip McDonald
  • Opened: 1986
  • Phone: (850) 231-5900
  • Website: www.budandalleys.com

Barefoot BBQ

  • Description: Southern Style BBQ, served from dual Airstream trailers in Seaside’s Airstream Row. Popular choices are the ribs or a pulled-pork plate. Open 7 days a week, serving organic, local, chemical-free meat and produce.
  • Address: Airstream Row, 2235 East County Highway 30A
  • Chef: James Murphy (Owner)
  • Opened: 2009
  • Phone: (850) 534-0313
  • Website: www.barefootbbq.com/

Wild Bill’s Beach Dogs

  • Description: Wild Bill's Beach Dogs offers grass-fed beef hot dogs and is located on Airstream Row in the center of Seaside.
  • Address: 2245 Highway 30A
  • Phone: (850) 231-0802
  • Website: www.letsbefrankdogs.com

Raw + Juicy

  • Description: An organic raw vegan food and juice bar in an Airstream trailer with fresh and healthy juices, smoothies and food. Other selections include gluten-free beer, organic wine and more. Make sure to stop in the brick and mortar store just across the street!
  • Address: 2255 East County Highway 30A
  • Chef: Jennifer Kuntz
  • Opened: 2008
  • Phone: (850) 231-0043
  • Website: www.rawandjuicylife.com/

The Shrimp Shack

  • Description: Dining options include the beachside deck, seaside pavilion, or on the screened porch, setting the stage for a memorable seafood meal, including options such as shrimp, crab cocktail, or buttered lobster rail. Salads also available, as are smoothies and deserts.
  • Address: 2236 County Highway 30A East
  • Phone: (850) 231-3799
  • Website: www.sweetwilliamsltd.com

Pickles Beachside Eatery

  • Description: Burgers, Hotdogs, signature sandwiches and fried pickles are on the menu at Pickles Beachside Eatery.
  • Address: 2236 County Highway 30A East
  • Phone: (850) 231-5686
  • Website: www.sweetwilliamsltd.com/pickles.asp

Taco Bar

  • Description: Chorizo, Carnitas, Grilled Shrimp and, of course, Baja-inspired fish tacos. A salsa bar lends to the laid-back atmosphere of this classic beach hangout.
  • Address: 2236 East County Road 30A
  • Phone: (850) 231-4781
  • Website: www.budandalleys.com/taco-bar/

45 Central Wine Bar

  • Description: Recently an award winner for the Wine Spectator, 45 Central Wine Bar offers a wide variety of wines, as well as small plates, sushi, brunch and dinner selections.
  • Address: 45 Central Square
  • Opened: 2015
  • Phone: (850) 231-7327
  • Website: fortyfivecentral.com/

Pizza Bar

  • Description: Bud & Alley’s Pizza Bar + Trattoria serves authentic Neapolitan wood-fired pizza and house made pastas.
  • Address: 2236 East County Highway 30A
  • Phone: (850) 231-3113
  • Website: www.budandalleyspizzabar.com/

Dawson’s Yogurt & Fudge Works

Heavenly Shortcakes & Ice Cream

  • Description: Locally made and more than 32 flavors of ice cream to choose from, Heavenly Shortcakes & Ice Cream also features signature strawberry shortcakes, topped with fresh strawberries and whipped topping.
  • Address: 63 Central Sq.
  • Phone: (850) 231-2029
  • Website: www.sweetwilliamsltd.com/heavenly.asp


The Donut Hut

  • Description: Donut Hut is serving up fresh donuts and coffee to locals and beach goers in Seagove next to Goatfeathers Seafood Market. Try a specialty topping like bacon or ganache.
  • Address: 4042 East County Highway 30A
  • Phone: (850) 687-1036
  • Website: www.facebook.com/30Adonuthut/

The Cowgirl Kitchen Market & Café

  • Description: This Seagrove hot spot serves up “kick-back cuisine” for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Cowgirl Kitchen offers a casual atmosphere and Southwestern flavor.
  • Address: 3005 East County Highway 30A
  • Phone: (850) 534-0770
  • Website: www.cowgirlkitchen.com

The Perfect Pig

  • Description: The Perfect Pig has an eclectic menu filled with upscale Southern comfort food. Guests can enjoy breakfast, lunch and dinner.
  • Address: 4281 East County Highway 30A
  • Opened: 2012
  • Phone: (850) 213-0701
  • Website: www.theperfectpig.com/

Angelina’s Pizzeria & Pasta Restaurant

  • Description: Angelina's Pizzeria and Pasta is a family friendly spot for pizza, calzones and other delicious options such as Veal Marsala and Chicken Piccatta.
  • Address: 4005 East Scenic Highway 30A
  • Phone: (850) 231-2500
  • Website: www.angelinas30a.com/

Brozinni Pizzeria

  • Description: Grab a taste of New York in Seagrove Beach at Brozinni Pizzeria, a family-friendly place offering a variety of pizzas, calzones and salads.
  • Address: 4101 East County Highway 30a
  • Phone: (850) 231-4544
  • Website: www.brozinnipizza.com/

Seagrove Village Market Café

  • Description: Seagrove Village Market Café offers award-winning burgers and seafood. Serving the community nearly 70 years, locals recommend the fried grouper sandwich.
  • Address: 2976 South County Highway 395
  • Opened: 1949
  • Phone: (850) 231-5736
  • Website: www.seagrovevillagemarket.com/

Steamboat Grill 30A

  • Description: Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner with a 3-6 p.m. happy hour, Steamboat serves an eclectic collection of pub fare along with fresh seafood prepared as you like it.
  • Address: 4935 E. County Hwy 30A, Unit #5
  • Phone: (850) 213-3167
  • Website: steamboatgrill30a.com/

Old Florida Fish House

  • Description: The Old Florida Fish House is a casual dining restaurant located in the heart of 30A. Locals know it as a hot spot for sushi and live music. There’s also a game room for the kids.
  • Address: 5235 East County Highway 30A
  • Opened: 2005
  • Phone: (850) 534-3045
  • Website: www.oldfloridafishhouse.com

723 Whiskey Bravo

  • Description: Southern style food with a modern twist. Located in Seagrove Beach, Whiskey Bravo offers rooftop dining with views of the Gulf.
  • Address: 3031 Highway 30A
  • Opened: 2012
  • Phone: (850) 213-0015
  • Website: www.723WhiskeyBravo.com

The Surfing Deer

  • Description: Bacon on a clothes line, Sesame Seared Ahi Tuna Tacos and Cheddar-Jalapeno Corn Pancakes are just a few of the things you will find at The Surfing Deer. Named to pay homage to the founder of Seagrove and his pet deer, Surfing Deer offers a variety of gourmet and creative food.
  • Address: 2743 County Highway 30A
  • Opened: 2016
  • Phone: (850) 213-4200
  • Website: surfingdeer.com/

Café Thirty-A

  • Description: For a fine-dining experience in a casual atmosphere, Cafe Thirty-A has an island-inspired menu full of surf and turf options. This 2015 “Perfect In South Walton” Award-winner is also home a creative martini menu.
  • Address: 3899 East Highway 30A
  • Chef: Teofilo Tundidor (Chef T)
  • Opened: 1995
  • Phone: (850) 231-2166
  • Website: www.cafethirtya.com

Pop Stop

  • Description: Here you will find all-natural, hand-crafted, frozen treats made locally. Pop Stop offers more than 70 flavors so everyone can find a popsicle they like.
  • Address: 4042 East County Highway 30A, Unit D
  • Opened: 2014
  • Phone: (877) 483-5616
  • Website: www.30apopstop.com/


WaterSound Café

  • Description: This café features a large patio section, and serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Located at the Village Commons, the Watersound Café’s menu features salads, sandwiches and local fish.
  • Address: 530 Pathways Drive
  • Phone: 850.213.5093
  • Website: www.watersound.com/lifestyle/dining/watersound-cafe/

Bruno’s Pizza

  • Description: Now operating out of its new location at the gate of WaterSound, this South Walton staple remains a fan favorite and has been serving pizza locally for more than 21 years.
  • Address: 6652 East County Highway 30A
  • Chef: Jeff Goodman
  • Opened: 1990
  • Phone: (850) 231-1452
  • Website: www.brunospizza30a.com

The Hub

  • Description: A gathering place with four restaurants: Mile marker 15 Tacos and Tequila; Red's Chicken Shack; Crave Roadside Burgers; and Mr. Freeze Ice Cream. In the middle of the restaurants is a large lawn and patio where guests can listen to music, watch movies or simple gather to enjoy the evening. Additionally, the Hub is home to a variety of shops ranging from fashion to art.
  • Address: 6910 East County Highway 30A
  • Opened: 2015
  • Phone: (850) 213-0782
  • Website: www.hub30a.com


Seacrest Sundries

  • Description: This combo grocer and café is a staple to the community, where guests can grab a bite of Southern-style food, pick up a few essentials or just sip coffee and enjoy the company of the owners and fellow patrons.
  • Address:  10343 East County Highway 30A, Suite F108
  • Opened: 2009
  • Phone: (850) 588-4860
  • Website: www.seacrestsundries.com/

Charlie’s Donuts

  • Description: Charlie’s Donuts is located in the Peddler’s Pavilion shopping center in Seacrest. Here you can pick up a fresh handmade 1920’s style donut, but be quick because they sell out fast!
  • Address: 10343 East County Highway 30A
  • Website: www.alysbeach.com/dining/charlies-donuts/  

Grits & Grind

  • Description: From 7 – 10:30 a.m. each day, you can grab breakfast at Grits & Grind in Seacrest Beach. You’ll find a traditional breakfast menu with choices such as omelets, waffles and Huevos Rancheros.
  • Address: 10343 E County Hwy 30A. Bldg C
  • Chef: Erik Kellison
  • Opened: 2017
  • Phone: (850) 231-4021
  • Website: www.gritsandgrindbreakfast.com/

Joe Loves Lobster Rolls

  • Description: Joe Loves Lobster Rolls brings Northeastern-style cuisine down South with owner Tony Herndon’s award-winning lobster rolls. In addition to lobster rolls, you’ll find classic New York Reubens, oysters, calamari and lobster salad. Located in Seacrest Beach’s Peddlers Pavilion.
  • Address: 10343 East County Highway 30A
  • Opened: 2015
  • Phone: (850) 420-0935
  • Website: www.jllron30a.com/

Pizza By The Sea

  • Description: A locals’ favorite for pizzas, from specialty pies and build your own options to lunch specials and salads.
  • Address: The Villages, Across Hwy 30A from the High Pointe Resort, 10343 E County Hwy 30A
  • Phone: (850) 534-0044
  • Website: pizzabythesea.com/seacrest/

La Cocina

  • Description: A foodie take on Tex-Mex, La Cocina adds a coastal twist to their cuisine, offering lunch and dinner and an intriguing selection of cocktails.
  • Address: 10343 East County Highway 30A
  • Opened: 2009
  • Phone: (850) 231-4021
  • Website: lacocina30a.com

The Sweet Peddler

  • Description: The Sweet Peddler is Peddlers Pavilion’s old-fashioned candy shop. From gigantic lollipops to bite-sized sugary treats – and even colorful beach bicycles – the Sweet Peddler has something for the whole family.
  • Address: 10343 East County Highway 30A
  • Opened: 2013
  • Phone: (850) 231-0166
  • Website: www.facebook.com/SweetPeddler

Alys Beach

Charlie’s Delights

  • Description: Charlie’s Delights sells fresh 1920’s style donuts and pastries which are handmade, dipped and filled. In addition to the much-loved donuts and pastries, Charlie’s shop offers sweet treats such as ice cream, cookies, candies, and more.
  • Address: 67 N. Somerset Street
  • Website: https://alysbeach.com/charlies-donuts/

Piper’s Kitchen

  • Description: Featuring breakfast sandwiches and tacos, Piper’s Kitchen is named after the town founder’s pet terrier, and serves lunch and dinner every day.
  • Address: 58 South Castle Harbour Drive
  • Phone: (850) 213-5595
  • Website: www.alysbeach.com/dining/pipers-kitchen/#.WYn_e5LytQI


  • Description: Casual open air dining located off Scenic Hwy 30A at Alys Beach featuring lunch and dinner menus that include wood-grilled seafood baskets or selections such as tuna salad nicoise and coconut shrimp salad. George’s describes their style of cuisine as regional coastal fare infused with global flavors.
  • Address: 30 Castle Harbour Drive, County Highway 30A
  • Chef: Camille Withall (Executive Chef)
  • Opened: 2008
  • Phone: (850) 641-0017
  • Website: www.georgesatalysbeach.com


  • Description: Caliza Restaurant serves contemporary coastal cuisine in a relaxed, al fresco setting overlooking the town’s zero-entry pool, complemented by candles, soft lighting and Bermudan architecture.
  • Address: 23 Nonesuch Way
  • Chef: Drew Dezjak
  • Phone: (850) 213-5700
  • Website: www.calizarestaurant.com/

Rosemary Beach

Amavida Coffee

  • Description: Amavida Coffee offers coffee, tea, pastries and snacks. Stop by for a hand-crafted cappuccino, exotic loose-leaf tea or buttery croissant.
  • Address: 104 North Barrett Square, Unit 1A (Lofts West)
  • Phone: (850) 231-1077
  • Website: www.amavida.com

Summer Kitchen Café

  • Description: Summer Kitchen Café’s menu has everything from bacon and eggs to kale salads. As the first restaurant and commercial business to open in Rosemary Beach, the Summer Kitchen Cafe has long been a gathering place for locals and visitors in the small new urbanism community of Rosemary Beach.
  • Address: 78 Main Street
  • Opened: 1999
  • Phone: (850) 213-0521
  • Website: www.theskcafe.com

The Cowgirl Kitchen Restaurant and Bar

  • Description: Cowgirl Kitchen serves breakfast, lunch and dinner. Guests can order breakfast tacos, waffles, or grab a home-made pizza later in the day.
  • Address: 54 Main Street
  • Phone: (850) 213-0058
  • Website: www.cowgirlkitchen.com

Wild Olives

  • Description: Wild Olives is a Market/Deli/Bakery that provides both casual and gourmet foods. The restaurant offers a wide array of domestic and imported meats and cheeses, an olive bar, salads, dairy products, breads and pastries, and much more. Each Friday, they host a popular wine tasting.
  • Address: 104 North Barrett Sq.
  • Opened: 2006
  • Phone: (850) 231-0065
  • Website: www.wildolivesmarket.info/

La Crema Tapas and Chocolate

  • Description: Inspired by the chocolate shops of Madrid and Barcelona, this restaurant showcases a variety of tapas and a large selection of wine. Guests can enjoy a truly European experience here, sharing small plates of tapas and enjoying conversation under the twinkle of café lights and stars.
  • Address: 38 Main Street
  • Phone: (850) 624-4121
  • Website: www.lacrematapas.com

Havana Beach Bar & Grill

  • Description: Inspired by Ernest Hemingway’s favorite Cuban restaurant and bar, Havana Beach Bar & Grill is The Pearl Hotel's signature AAA 4-Diamond Restaurant. Guest can experience the flavors of Gulf Coast Americana cuisine with inspiration from Spanish, Portuguese, and French cuisines. The meats, fish and produce are from local family-owned producers. If you’d like, sit outside on the veranda for a view overlooking The Gulf and Main Street. Skilled bartenders make sure the drinks are worthy of Hemingway himself.
  • Address: 63 Main Street
  • Chef: Matt Moore
  • Opened: 2013
  • Phone: (850) 588-2882
  • Website: www.thepearlrb.com/dining/havana-beach-en.html

Restaurant Paradise

  • Description: Serving fresh Gulf seafood, prime steaks and fine wines, Restaurant Paradise offers coastal cuisine served in an elegant, low-lit romantic atmosphere.
  • Address: 82 Barrett Square
  • Chef: Mark Eichin
  • Opened: 2009
  • Phone: (850) 534-0400
  • Website: www.restaurantparadis.com/

Edward’s Fine Food and Wine

  • Description: An elegant hideaway with European flair serving a fresh menu of small plates, salads and entrees. Edward’s also features live music nightly.
  • Address: 66 Main Street
  • Chef: Edward Reese
  • Phone: (850) 231-0550
  • Website: www.edwards30a.com

The Sugar Shak

  • Description: Classic favorites such as ice cream and eye-catching candy can be found at The Sugar Shak.
  • Address: 5 Main Street
  • Phone: (850) 231-3655
  • Website: www.facebook.com/pg/TheSugarShak/

Inlet Beach


  • Description: A healthy and casual restaurant serving fresh organic food, juices or smoothies from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. daily.
  • Address: 12805 US Highway 98 East, Suite H101
  • Opened: 2016
  • Phone: (850) 213-2313
  • Website: www.thirtyavenue.com/dining/freshii/

The Donut Hole

Barbacoa Mexican Grill

  • Description: Offering high-quality tacos, burritos and more made with healthy ingredients. Open every day for lunch and dinner.
  • Address: 12805 US Highway 98 EAST, Suite T101
  • Phone: (850) 909-0123
  • Website: www.thirtyavenue.com/dining/barbacoa/

amici Italian Kitchen

  • Description: amici Italian Kitchen specializes in Neapolitan pizza, garden fresh salads, Italian small plates and an array of gelato flavors. The restaurant is located in 30Avenue and serves lunch and dinner daily.
  • Address: 12805 U.S. Highway 98 East, Suite R 101
  • Chef: Manolack Vongsouvanh (Chef Lock)
  • Opened: 2016
  • Phone: (850) 909-0555
  • Website: www.amici30a.com/  

Shades Bar and Grill

  • Description: Shades is an upscale take on a sports bar. This staple in South Walton has been serving diners and socialites in South Walton for over 20 years, and is known as a good late night stop, as well as a family-friendly place to enjoy American-style cuisine. Open from 11 a.m. to 2 a.m. daily; happy hour from 3-6 p.m.
  • Address: 10952 East Highway 30A
  • Opened: 1994
  • Phone: (850) 231-9410
  • Website: www.shades30a.com

The Terrace Restaurant

  • Description: A family-owned and operated fine dining restaurant featuring fresh seafood, beef, lamb, pork and chicken in an intimate atmosphere. Known for their award-winning wine list and martinis, this restaurant’s atmosphere ensures a comfortable yet memorable experience.
  • Address: 13741 Highway 98
  • Chef: Thom Kindos
  • Opened: 1990
  • Phone: (850) 231-5202
  • Website: www.TerraceR.com

Cuvee 30A

  • Description: Serving steaks, seafood and award-winning dishes such as Amy Grant’s Seared Tuna Rare and Vince Gill’s Pecan Crusted Grouper. Live music, a private wine cellar dinner, and an active bar scene ensure for an excellent and customizable dining experience. Open for dinner nightly.
  • Address: 12805 US Highway 98 EAST, Suite D101
  • Chef: Shannon White, Allen Newsome, Tim Creehan
  • Opened: 2015
  • Phone: (850) 909-0111
  • Website: cuvee30a.com/

Roselie Dining & Seafood Bar

  • Description: A modern American restaurant offering locally sourced seafood, house made pastas and farm to table plates. The restaurant’s menu is seasonal and constructed based on the best of the season’s offerings.
  • Address: 12805 US Highway 98
  • Chef: Kevin Korman
  • Opened: 2016
  • Phone: (850) 909-0400
  • Website: www.roseliedining.com


About South Walton:

Located along a 26-mile stretch of white sandy beaches in Northwest Florida, South Walton encompasses 16 distinct beach neighborhoods, each with its own visual style, amenities and charm. South Walton is home to four state parks, one state forest, and more than 200 miles of hiking and biking trails. Renowned for natural scenic beauty, turquoise waters and sugar sand beaches, South Walton was named one of the “Secret Florida Beaches” by Travel + Leisure, but is easily accessible as a drive to destination or by flying to nearby airports Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport (ECP) or the Destin – Fort Walton Beach Airport (VPS). An upscale, yet casual place to unwind, South Walton is the place to recharge and build lasting memories. Learn more at VisitSouthWalton.com or follow Visit South Walton on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube or Instagram.