Established in 2008 by seasoned restaurateurs Ann and George Hartley, we bring regional coastal fare infused with global flavors to the quaint town of Alys Beach, Florida. We craft all of our dishes using locally sourced, organic produce and the freshest seafood available, and present each with a generous helping of love.
I believe our histories are told by the food we cook and eat. This restaurant tells the story of my history, of the great food and people I’ve met along the road. Here at Seaside, Florida, I mix my taste for international cuisines with Southern cooking and local food — fresh produce from nearby farms and fresh seafood from the Gulf of Mexico. I hope you find the flavors of my life and cooking to your liking. We’ll be looking for you.
With a focus on coastal cuisine, Paradis draws from the rich flavors of the coastal area as well as various other regions to create its innovative and tantalizing dishes. The beautiful Gulf waters supply an abundance of fresh seafood and wild caught shrimp to inspire Chefs Mark and Will. They also have a flair for using common ingredients, but with a unique twist.
Cuvee 30A brings everything the Emerald Coast loves about celebrity Chef Tim Creehan’s wildly popular Destin eatery to South Walton’s gorgeous new 30Avenue development. Savor Tim’s award winning signature dishes such as Amy Grant’s Seared Tuna Rare and Vince Gill’s Pecan Crusted Grouper in a stunning new venue conveniently situated at the junction of 30A and Highway 98. Cuvee 30A also features their “Best in Destin” voted Happy Hour, live music by various local favorites including Beachcomber Music Award winner Space Junkie, and Cuvee’s world class Wine List bestowed with the prestigious Wine Spectator Award of Excellence from 2010-2015.
723 Whiskey Bravo is the type of place that instantly lifts spirits. The energy is palpable and there are plenty of reasons to get happy about the Seagrove establishment. Since its debut in the spring of 2012, the restaurant has truly taken off, quickly becoming known as a local hot spot with its hangout described as “Cool. Casual. Coastal.” Just a short walk from Seaside, beach-goers relish an open-air lunch on The Roof, a sprawling rooftop patio stamped with a vibrant plane on one white wall, painted by local artist Andy Saczynski. Patrons also crowd around the outdoor bar below a canopy modeled after the inside of an airplane hangar. Grouped seating and cozy bonfire pits make the upstairs area a popular choice for lingering with friends and family. The nightly sunset viewing fills the space as diners sip and savor the colorful cloud show.
Forty Five Central is a wine bar that just so happens to also serve delicious food and is located in the heart of Seaside, Florida. Next time you`re in South Walton make sure to stop by 45 Central in Seaside for a glass of wine and bite to eat.
oselie Dining & Seafood Bar is the place where fine dining meets the slow life of Florida`s Emerald Coast. Roselie welcomes families and friends to enjoy a blend of interesting food in its coastal ambiance which can be easily approached by all. The modern American fare offers selections of sustainable seafood and local farm to table ingredients. Reinvented classics come to life with alternative preparations and presentations. As the seasons change, so does the menu. Simplistic yet dynamic each course is carefully constructed according to produce that is in bloom.
Vue on 30a showcases one of the best views for dining in all of South Walton. The restaurant is open to the public and serves lunch, dinner and happy hour throughout the week as well as Sunday brunch. Voted “Best Waterfront Dining” by Florida Travel + Life Magazine and “Best Place to Watch a Sunset” by Emerald Coast Magazine, Vue on 30a offers the ultimate dining experience.
Located in the heart of Seagrove Beach, Old Florida Fish House prides itself in providing a family friendly, casual dining experience serving daily Gulf fresh seafood specials and the best sushi on 30A. Old Florida Fish House’s guests are invited to sip mouthwatering cocktails or an ice cold brew and dine inside or outdoors at The Porch, more fondly know as the locals` hidden gem.
Three friends came to visit Grayton Beach and the 30-A area in September of 1999 in search of a new restaurant business opportunity. They found Borago as a restaurant that needed a new life, and reopened it’s doors on March 1, 2000.
Within a few years, Borago was owned and operated by two of the three friends. Both remaining owners are chefs and at least one if not both can be found cooking each night. This ensures that you always receive the same delicious and comfortable fine dining experience that you have come to love over the past twelve years.