If you and your family are looking for a new place to enjoy the sun and sand of Pensacola beach, Fish Heads might just be your new local gem.
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Craft cocktails are an easy way to add a little extra to any night on the town. Bartenders have become modern-day artists and innovators when it comes to these tantalizing tipples. If you’re looking for some locally inspired drinks in Pensacola, pinpoint these bars.
Fosko Coffee Barre is located downtown on Palafox Street and has coffee and crepes.
Union Public House is a southern pub with loads of character and a hip twist.
Owner Jerry Andrews thought he was ready to retire, but he loves fishing so much he purchased a smaller boat to run trips, while Captain Rusty Smith helms the larger Entertainer.
Before the Fish House was the place to be in Downtown Pensacola, there was Beef & Ale – a small burger joint that was, for its time, the place to be in Downtown Pensacola.
One extra amenity of staying here with us is the potential for sighting the U.S. Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron, also known as the Blue Angels.
Whatever your motivation, we’ve put together our list of the best – and closest – places to break a sweat, clear your mind, and look and feel your best in and around Pensacola Beach.
You’re here to enjoy the beach. We get it. But when you’re in the mood to get out and experience Pensacola’s exquisite coastal cuisine, look no further than our Downtown Dining Guide.
If you want to know where to dine or what kind of seashell just washed ashore, these barefoot and tan concierges are the guys to ask.
We can pack a picnic for you but it’s up to you to fill your day with memories. Where to make them?
Sunset Beach Yoga has been a well established Pensacola yoga community event for years.
One stop. Lots of stores. Endless fun. Soundside Market is a one-stop spot for Pensacola Beach shopping.
This 22-consecutive-week summertime event showcases a wide variety of regional bands covering most musical genres including southern rock, country, motown, reggae, rhythm and blues, jazz and hippie jam.
To prepare for the show in the sky, pack sunscreen, a picnic lunch – and a dollar for the tollbooth!
The place to be on Pensacola Beach, Red Fish Blue Fish was named for a rhyme, set on the shore and dreamed up in a day.
Each winter, thousands of runners flock like seagulls to the Gulf Coast to participate in a time-honored tradition.
While you’re busy planning every second of your stay, take a moment to stop and smell the sea oats. Seriously, look around you. Could there be a better backdrop for a professional portrait?
Are sunsets, crystal clear waters and beach breezes in your wedding dreams? No need to catch a plane to some faraway land.
Over the past several years, a vigilant and progressive Downtown Improvement Board has revitalized the district, taking it from a place of doing business to a destination for doing all the good things in life – from dining and entertainment to shopping, exploring and more.
“The next time you dare to try might be the time you succeed,” Kirk says.
Locals love The Grand Marlin restaurant in Pensacola Beach, Florida. And it lives up to it’s ‘grand’ name, indeed.
They offer an eclectic Caribbean-influenced menu that reflects island lifestyles. This is made evident by dishes like Havana Harry’s Pork Tenderloin, which consists of chargrilled jerk-rubbed pork drizzled with fresh mango sauce and served with yellow rice and black beans.
The Gulf Coast is home to some of the best fishing in the country. We’ve got it all – from the fish to the fishing holes to the fishermen who can show you how it’s done.
The Hinrichs are committed not only to the customer experience, but to giving back by way of supporting a long list of nonprofit organizations including World Vision, which aids underprivileged children. Their partnership with Aveda signifies their strong belief in the mission of protecting our planet.
When we say “R&R,” you may assume we’re talking rest and relaxation. There’s plenty of both to be found on Pensacola Beach, but you’ll also discover a double “R” that’s less about lazing around and more about letting loose.