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Panama City Beach Restaurants

Known as the Seafood Capital of the South, Panama City Beach offers memorable dining with the easy-going vibe you seek from a coastal town. You can look forward to welcoming service, unparalleled views and world-class restaurants.

Seafood Capital of the South

Visit local eateries and you’ll find out why Panama City Beach has earned a reputation for seafood. Located on the Gulf of Mexico, area restaurants and seafood markets offer the freshest and most delicious seaside fare you can imagine. Local establishments offer the best seasonal catch, so you can sample local delicacies like blackened snapper, chargrilled grouper and seared mahi-mahi. 

Visit Capt. Anderson’s Restaurant for icy, hand-harvested Apalachicola oysters with a dash of hot sauce. Stop into Pompano’s, one of Panama City Beach’s oldest restaurants, and sample jumbo Gulf shrimp and broiled sea scallops.

Best of all, many of the restaurants are right on the water, so you can couple an unforgettable meal with spectacular seaside panoramas.

Great Variety

Though Panama City Beach is most famous for seafood, it has the unique position as a nexus of the Gulf Coast and American South, making it an ideal location for barbecue, Cajun cuisine and traditional American food. 

Start your day with a sit-down breakfast at the Andy’s Flour Power. For lunch, try down-home favorites like Back Beach Barbecue’s pulled pork sandwich or Spinnaker Beach Club’s mac n’ cheese with brisket. Spice things up with a springtime crawfish boil or a sumptuous seafood gumbo. If you’re in the mood for more terrestrial fare, settle in for a perfectly seasoned steak for dinner. 

The variety doesn’t end there. Panama City Beach features a broad spectrum of cuisine, from Italian to sushi, Caribbean jerk to Thai noodles. Whatever you’re hungering for, chances are restaurants in Panama City Beach will have it.

Cold Beer and Good Spirits

Parched from a day on the beach? Panama City Beach is home to a number of friendly watering holes where you can quench your thirst. If you like beer, try the Brass Tap, a craft brewery featuring over 150 varieties of beer from around the world, or come by the Hofbrau Beer Garden and sample authentic Bavarian recipes. Enjoy frozen boat drinks at a tiki-style lounge or sip a high-end cocktail at one of the gastropubs.

Fun for the Whole Family

Many restaurants also provide live music so you can tuck in to a delightful meal while you listen to some tunes. The Saltwater Grill features live bands every Thursday and Friday no matter the season. Even better, multiple Panama City Beach restaurants come equipped with fun for the kids too. Bring your little ones to Sisters of the Sea where they can chat with pirates or gaze in wonder at live mermaids. 

Savor exciting flavors and enjoy the celebratory vibes at one of Panama City Beach’s many restaurants today!

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