3951 East Hwy 98
Port Saint Joe, FL 32456
Phone: (850) 229-6246
Fax: (850) 229-7829
3951 East Hwy 98, Port Saint Joe, FL, US, 32456
- Phone: (850) 229-6246
- Fax: (850) 229-7829
Fresh local seafood, steaks, salads, pastas, soups, salads, burgers, paninis, seafood sandwiches, and daily specials are prepared at the Sunset Coastal Grill.
Paul Gant's Bar-B-Q is known for its pork barbecue and ribs. Catering services are available.
Mango Marley's is a fun restaurant and bar, occasionally featuring live music and events. Mango Marley's serves American cuisine, including sandwiches, seafood, salads and appetizers. Try their Buffalo Soldier Wings, Mango Mahi Mahi and Pulled Pork Plate. There is also a nice selection of drinks, including Mango Margaritas.
This waterfront dining restaurant is situated on the Apalachicola River and offers an array of fresh local seafood and steaks on their menu, as well as a full oyster bar. They are open Thursday through Tuesday for lunch and dinner; closed on Wednesdays.
A family style restaurant that serves steaks, seafood, sandwiches, chicken, and children's meals Tuesday through Saturday for breakfast, lunch, and dinner. They are closed on Sundays and Mondays.
Located in a small bungalow built in the 188s, this fine dining establishment has a menu that emphasizes fresh local seafood and New Orleans style sauces plus features oak grilled steaks, rack of lamb, decadent desserts, and an extensive wine list. They are open nightly for dinner.
Known for having the world's largest fried fish sandwich, this restaurant has been serving the best and freshest seafood on Florida's Forgotten Coast since 1903. They are located under the only traffic signal in Historic Downtown Apalachicola and are open Monday through Saturday for lunch and dinner; closed on Sundays.
Wonderful ice cream, malts, sodas, floats, sweets, and specialty sandwiches are served at this quaint venue that has an authentic 50s decor and is open Monday through Saturday for lunch only. They are closed on Sundays.
In the mood for oysters? Make the 90 minute trek down the coast from Panama City to Eastpoint in the heart of the forgotten coast and your craving will be satisfied. Relatively untouched by the outside world, this small town remains a testament to a pure dedication to specialized industry. Eastpoint is in Franklin County, known for its oysters, historically produces 10% of the nation's supply of the mollusk and 90% of Florida state's. Set on the shores of Apalachicola Bay, the ideal environment for the oyster, Eastpoint's many restaurants featuring fresh seafood will delight both your taste buds and your eyes as you dine with a view of the pristine water.
Spice it up at this restaurant that specializes in delicious Caribbean and South American dishes, served in a charming, romantic, old town setting daily for lunch and dinner. You'll find daily specials, fresh seafood, and homemade desserts on the menu.
This relaxed dining restaurant offers a full menu of thoughtfully prepared local seafood, steaks, and pastas, complemented by an excellent selection of fine wines. They are open Monday through Saturday for lunch and dinner; closed on Sundays.
Offers great BBQ, catering, and a gift shop.