Italian fare is the way to many hearts. Carrabba's , located in the Silver Sands Premium Outlet Mall ,is serving up some of the best Italian deals in town. After a day of shopping and saving, take a load off, don't worry about cooking, and go enjoy one of their signature pasta dishes like the Fettucine Carrabba, which is fettucine alfredo with wood-grilled chicken, sauteed mushrooms, and peas. They've also got a great happy hour and deals throughout the week. 1. Amore Monday: There's never been more to love about Mondays!
Published on Monday, February 26, 2018
Welcome to our extended family of guests staying in South Walton and Destin for Christmas and the holidays. While some of our guests enjoy spending time in the upgraded kitchen of their vacation rental for Christmas, others prefer to have someone else do the cooking. For those looking for a delecable Christmas feast, here's a list of restaurants open for Christmas: Sealand (Fort Walton Beach) - Serving traditional Christmas dinner to include turkey, mashed potatoes, gravy, cranberry sauce and vegetables, along with regular menu items. &
Published on Monday, December 22, 2014
We've been eating our way along the coast and have decided the topic of dining deserves a second blog highlighting more of our favorite South Walton restaurants and dining hot spots. With so much fresh local seafood, organic growers nearby and talented chefs, it’s no wonder that South Walton has a bounty of dining hot spots along Hwy 30A and throughout Miramar Beach, Fla. Here are some more of our favorites: Best Crab Cakes: The Red Bar A Grayton Beach institution with eclectic decor, live music, and everyone
Published on Wednesday, September 17, 2014
If you're in trip planning mode and you're looking for great Destin restaurants
to add to your itinerary, don't overlook
at Beachside Inn in Crystal Beach. Sure, we love that Camille's is conveniently located upstairs at the Inn but we especially enjoy the delectable preparations of fresh seafood, steaks and sushi.
Don't just take our word for it. Check out the Camille's review
in the Northwest Florida Daily News. The Cobia is still biting so be sure to include a visit to Camille
Published on Tuesday, April 23, 2013
In honor of "American Heart Month," we're told that a healthy diet can greatly reduce the risk of heart disease. Luckily, Destin celebrates a healthy active lifestyle, which is complemented by wonderful health conscious restaurants and vegan cafes in South Walton and Destin, Fla.
Here's some of our top picks:
In South Walton, there is no better place for a vegan breakfast than the Hibiscus Coffee & Guesthouse in Grayton Beach. The Innkeeper cooks a fresh breakfast daily that includes muffins, fruit, quiches, frittatas
Published on Wednesday, February 27, 2013
We're not done tasting and celebrating yet! This week the Emerald Coast celebrates a Taste of France at Grand Boulevard at Sandestin on Nov. 15 from 5-7 p.m. Hosted by the Mattie Kelly Arts Foundation, the 2nd annual event will feature French-inspired cuisine from top chefs from Scenic 30A and Destin, Fla.
Presented by George Duboeuf, the Alfresco Walk About Wine & Food Tasting Event will uncork this year's Beaujolais Nouveau. While guests enjoy the tastings, a live art competition will have restaurant-artist teams providing
Published on Wednesday, November 14, 2012
The 34th Annual Destin Seafood Festival kicks off tomorrow, October 5th and runs through Sunday at the new Destin Harbor Boardwalk. Enjoy fresh local seafood, live music on multiple stages, artist and craft vendors, kid's zones, family fun and fireworks show on Saturday evening at 10:00 PM.
The new and expanded venue brings the Destin Seafood Festival back to its roots on the Destin Harbor, showcasing the Charter Fishing and Cruise Fleet. The Seafood Festival will kick off the 64th Annual Destin Fishing Rodeo
Published on Thursday, October 4, 2012
We love Dewey Destin Seafood's history, outdoor seating and fresh Gulf Shrimp! Did you know that Dewey is the great, great, grandson of Leonard Destin, who founded the town in 1835? The adventure began a few years earlier when Leonard, his father George, and his brother William set out from New London, Connecticut with three ships and ran into a hurricane near Cape Canaveral, Florida. They were determined to find the excellent fishing that was rumored to be found off the coast of Florida. Their search led them to what is today
Published on Tuesday, November 29, 2011