As you drive over the Bob Sikes bridge heading to Pensacola Beach, the two-story Grand Marlin is one of the first restaurants you’ll see on the left.
The Reef delivers an affordable and genuine local dining experience. But don't let the unassuming exterior fool you.
If you’re cruising the beach down Ft. Pickens Rd, you'll easily recognize Peg Leg Pete’s by the packed parking lot and cars lining the side of the road.
If you didn’t know about Paradise Bar & Grill, it’s likely you might just drive past this local favorite.
If you’re in the mood for some delicious Q, Water Pig is the only dedicated BBQ restaurant on Pensacola Beach.
One of the first things you’ll notice when you first see Flounder is a large 55′ shrimp boat they call “ME/V Flounder”.
Frisky Dolphin has made quite a splash in a short amount of time. They started off by winning the prestigious legal awards.
Located directly on the Gulf of Mexico, Crabs offers visitors some of the most scenic views of Pensacola Beach.
If you ask any locals where to get breakfast on the beach, Native Cafe is usually at the top of the list.
Since it’s only 3 hours from New Orleans, we couldn't go without including a little “Nola in P’cola.” Cafe Nola will satisfy your craving for cajun and Creole-style cuisine.