With its unique architectural allure, an outing to beautiful Rosemary Beach pulls you into another world. Restaurant gems like Havana Club in the Pearl hotel and La Crema Tapas & Chocolate are gourmet favorites as is the family-focused Cowgirl Kitchen and Wild Olives. There’s something for every palate in this charismatic little beach town.
Nestled between Alys and Rosemary Beaches, Seacrest is small, but packs a big punch. Peddler’s Pavilion is comprised of multiple dining and shopping options including Tex-Mex favorite, La Cocina. Acme Ice House with its popular burgers, pizzas, and milkshakes is the newest kid on the block.
Little else can rival a first impression of Alys Beach. This pristine community is striking from the get-go. Its impressive white-washed architecture and palm-lined corridor greets visitors from each direction. George’s, Fonville Press, and Caliza all focus on delicious five-star dining experiences that won’t disappoint.
Just outside of Seaside, is one of the oldest communities along 30A. Seagrove, lush and lovely, is also home to several outstanding eateries ranging from the casual, beloved Seagrove Market to the upscale elegance of V Seagrove. While you’re down there, enjoy a sunset with your meal on 723 Whiskey Bravo’s rooftop deck.
The heartbeat of 30A, Seaside is a food lover’s dream. Modern Southern flare from Great Southern, gulf favorites from Bud and Alley’s, and weekly lunch specials from Modica Market…the list just goes on and on. Or if you decide to picnic and people watch, the variety of food truck fare can’t be beat and never disappoints.
Neighbors to the hustle and bustle of Seaside, Watercolor’s green spaces are great spots for fun and relaxation alike. Wine World has a huge selection of enchanting vino and an accompanying array of menu items. Cross the street for ocean views at Fish out of Water for an extraordinary gourmet meal.
Loaded with enthusiasm, energy, and a taste for life, Grayton Beach has it all. There’s the infamous Red Bar with its funky, fun, friendly vibe and scrumptious menu. But fantastic eats can also be found at Borago, Chanticleer Eatery, Hurricane Oyster Bar and many others. With deep-rooted history and local loyalty aplenty, this first community developed along 30A is thriving.
Family-friendly and eclectic, Blue Mountain Beach flies under the radar just to the west of Grayton Beach, but those in-the-know find the creative sushi at Basmati’s, dessert decadence at The Creamery and specialty groceries from For the Health of It all treats that can’t be missed.
In a quieter stretch of 30A, Santa Rosa Beach has quite a few food finds including the revered and romantic Café Tango, newly expanded Highlands House, and sports-fan fave, Local Catch. Goatfeathers is both a popular restaurant and fresh seafood market.