Indulge in Santa Rosa Beach’s Finest Lunch Spots New construction homes in Freeport Florida

Indulge in Santa Rosa Beach’s Finest Lunch Spots

Posted on by Laura Bernstein

Looking for a delicious midday meal along the Santa Rosa Beach coastline? Look no further! Here are the top 8 lunch spots that are sure to satisfy your cravings:

The Great Southern Cafe (Santa Rosa):

Nestled just blocks away from the Gulf’s pristine waters on 30A, The Great Southern Cafe boasts a warm ambiance and delightful decor. Chef Jim Shirley’s culinary prowess shines through with dishes crafted from locally sourced produce, farms, and seafood. From white shrimp and grits to seafood celebration platters, every bite is a taste of Southern perfection.

Seagrove Village Cafe (Seagrove):

Serving up deep-fried delights since 1949, Seagrove Village Cafe is a local favorite. Their fried green tomatoes and okra are renowned, while the grouper and po-boy sandwiches are must-tries. With over 60 years in the business, this cafe continues to delight with classic dishes and new favorites like fish tacos.

Cafe Tango (Santa Rosa):

For beach-day convenience, look no further than Cafe Tango. Offering pre-prepared soups, salads, and platters, all you need to do is heat and serve for a hassle-free lunch. It’s the perfect option for vacationers staying in 30A-South Walton vacation rentals, allowing them to maximize their beach time.

The Perfect Pig (Seagrove, Gulf Place):

No Southern experience is complete without pulled pork, and The Perfect Pig delivers. With locations in Gulf Place and the Shops of Grand Isle, this charming eatery serves up pulled pork sandwiches, brisket, burgers, and more. Vegetarian options like hummus plates and Greek salads are also available.

98 BBQ (Santa Rosa):

Sink your teeth into mouthwatering barbecue at 98 BBQ, a local institution for over 40 years. Known for their gumbo and hearty portions, this family-owned spot offers sandwiches, salads, and daily soup specials. The eclectic atmosphere and table-top shuffleboard add to the dining experience.

The Bay (Santa Rosa):

Owned by Chef Jim Shirley, The Bay offers stunning views of Choctawhatchee Bay along with delicious seafood and sushi options. With small plates, salads, and seafood platters on the menu, it’s the perfect spot for a leisurely lunch. Don’t forget to pair your meal with one of their craft cocktails or draft beers.

Hurricane Oyster Bar & Grill (Grayton):

Experience a taste of NOLA, Gulf Coast, and Caribbean flavors at Hurricane Oyster Bar & Grill. From lobster bisque to oysters on the half shell, every dish is bursting with coastal goodness. Don’t miss their Southern seafood basket or locally inspired salads.

Meltdown on 30A (Santa Rosa):

Craving grilled cheese? Head to Meltdown on 30A for gourmet melts made with locally sourced ingredients. From classic grilled cheese to inventive combinations, cheese lovers will find bliss at this food truck.

Do you want all these spots very close but want to stay out of the traffic? Make Bear Creek your home. Buy a lot or new construction home by calling developer/broker Thomas Williams at 850.258.8670 Whether you’re in the mood for Southern classics, fresh seafood, or gourmet sandwiches, Santa Rosa Beach has a lunch spot to suit every palate and Bear Creek puts you less than 2 minutes from it.

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