3 for 30A New Hotspots
3 for 30A
By Natalie Haddock
December is almost gone and before you know it, we will be out with the old and hot for the new. And while there will always be several favorite restaurants near and dear to our hearts (and stomachs) this week’s edition of 3 for 30A recognizes few of 2015’s new spots that sizzled on the scene.
Friday, December 11 – A new curated bottle shop has opened in Alys Beach and it sure is NEAT. Yes, it is a unique, upscale liquor store specializing in high-end spirits, wine, craft beer, and bar supplies, but it is also called NEAT, like the undiluted pour of your favorite spirit. This Friday come out for one of their first beer tastings, featuring Founders Brewing Co of Grand Rapids, MI. This tasting and seminar will take place from 5:30-6:30 and tickets are available for $15 per adult. For more information on future mixology classes and events, find NEAT on Facebook today.
Saturday, December 12 – There is no such thing as too much cheese, bread, or pizza in my opinion so the new addition of Brozinni’s Pizzeria in Seagrove takes me to my happy place. This authentic New York style pizzeria boasts all natural cheeses, fresh herbs, and a signature crust like that in the Big Apple. Fill up the family with a giant 20” large pizza or grab one of their $4.99 pizza-by-the-slice lunch specials. Dine in or carry out from 11:00am-9:00pm, 7 days a week. Delivery is also available all along 30A. For more information, check out www.brozinnipizza.com.
Sunday, December 13 – Grayton Seafood Co opened their doors in Grayton Corners on November 18th and has quickly become one of the hottest new restaurants along 30A. Guests rave about their array of fresh seafood, comfortable atmosphere, and friendly staff. The menu offers southern favorites like fried mullet with grits, po’boys, and gumbo, to oysters, burgers, baskets, and pasta. Stop in on Sundays for a Crab Cake Benedict or thick cut French Toast with fresh fruit. Grayton Seafood Co is open Wednesday through Sunday 11:00am-9:00pm. View the menu by visiting GraytonSeafood.com