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I keep the photos in my account at Deviant Art.
So what is the Forgotten Coast?
The Forgotten Coast is the last part of Florida coast that remains like the Old Florida. Small towns without traffic and high-rise hotels.
Where is Florida Forgotten Coast?
Apalachicola, Alligator Point, Carrabelle, St. George Island, Eastpoint, Cape San Blas, Port St. Joe, and Mexico Beach. Located in the panhandle of the Sunshine State.
Where is the panhandle of Florida located?
The Florida Panhandle is a region of Florida, in the north west of the state. It has long been popular for its beaches, seafood, and water sports along the Gulf of Mexico.
North Florida's Great Seafood Restaurants
The Forgotten Coast is noted for its amazing restaurants. After all the area teems with small fishing villages, So you may as well dine on a fresh catch. Below are our recommendations for dining like a native in The Forgotten Coast.
Provisions Restaurant They serve fresh, high quality, culturally diverse and beautifully prepared food for your enjoyment. From southern comfort foods to inspired international flavors, Port St. Joe's favorite restaurant.
Up the Creek Raw Bar They are a casual restaurant, with a laid-back atmosphere. But, they are not "your father's oyster bar". They have a full and diverse menu that keep up with the exciting culinary trends. Enjoy the best view in Apalachicola from their covered or open-air decks, sip a cold beer and enjoy.
Tamara's Cafe Tamara's Café was awarded four hats by food critic Ashby Stiff of the Tallahassee Democrat in 1999. This is our special occasion place for fine food. This is a great spot to discuss your project, of course lunch on us.
Lynn's Quality Oysters If you’re craving local fresh seafood in a laid-back setting, look no further than The Raw Bar at Lynn’s. They serve great variety of oysters, raw, baked, Captain Jack's etc. They also offer a wide array of other local fresh seafood, including shrimp, crabs and the catch of the day. And... they have a seafood market as well for take home.
The Blue Parrot Oceanfront Cafe The Blue Parrot offers a great view, an array of fine cocktails, oysters, fresh seafood, and steaks. Dine in a casual comfort on our sun deck, covered upper decks, or air conditioned inside dining room. The Blue Parrot is the only restaurant on St. George Island located on our white sand beach. Kind of touristy, this is where I take my out-of-town guests.
KrazyFish Grill Enjoy lively music with a coastal inspired menu and a fresh concept. We use locally sourced ingredients and make our signature items fresh daily. We feel we have the best drink menu on the coast, so leave your worries at the door and soak in the carefree atmosphere that we strive hard to achieve. Eat some food, get a roll from our sushi bar, have a cool drink, and free your inner beach bum. Welcome.... Sit back, Relax, and Enjoy!
Hole in the Wall Seafood and Raw bar One of my favorite oyster bars in Apalachicola. I like the baked Parmesan and butter or the baked bacon, jalapeño, and cheddar. I usually do both with an ice cold Goose Island or two.
Paddy's Raw Bar If you had pick out one word to describe Paddy's it would be, local. Paddy’s is a place that you want to hang out with your friends. Come, drink some cold beer and eat delicious Apalachicola Oysters. They have added lots of new preparations for the oysters as well as a few new menu items. Remember, When you’re at Paddy’s Raw Bar - You’re Local!
There are plenty of other places that offer great selections, but these are the places I frequent.
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