Quality Inn & Suites
4128 W. Highway 98
Panama City, FL 32401
Phone: (850) 763-0101
Fax: (850) 763-4234
This oyster bar and seafood shack specializes in the local Apalachicola variety of the shellfish. They are large, juicy, and extremely plentiful in the area, so make sure to sample a dozen if you stop in here, whether you prefer them fried, baked, battered, or simply raw on the half-shell. This place also specializes in other seafood dishes such as salads, sandwiches, and fried or steamed delicacies. There is also a selection of beers with which to wash it all down.
Maybe it's the fact you can smoke inside, maybe its the nine huge TV's, or maybe its just the relaxed atmosphere and friendly attitude. If you hear people say they're heading to "the usual" you can bet that means J Krash's. On weekends, the place comes alive with your favorite rock hits as well as new up-and-coming bands, all performing live. So grab your wallet and some friends and head on down!
Panama City Beach is great for the beach, sun, pitchers overflowing with beer, and all the fried fish you care to eat. It's always a great time at Panama City Beach. But what of the humble foodie? Sure, they down onion rings, burgers, and bar food at beach-front joints without complaint, but they do not vocalize their soul's greatest desires. Look deep into the dear foodie's eyes, who may be your friend. You will see they yearn for buttery foie gras, lightly sauteed escargot, or perfectly seared fish with a lovely hollandaise. Luckily, the foodie will not have to flee to New York City or another food capital to get their fix. 30 Degree Blue is a fine dining restaurant right in Panama City Beach. So do the foodie a favor. Take them to 30 Degree Blue and let them feast on fine wine and dishes like Osso Bucco and Baked Lemon Sole with a lobster hollandaise.
At the Bonefish Grill begin your fishy experience with starters like saucy gulf shrimp, mussels Josephine, or crispy calamari and move onto their signature dish. Each one of them is oak flavored—the pistachio parmesan crusted rainbow trout, mahi mahi piccata, and tenderloin portabella pasta. You could order steaks or chops if fish is not your thing. Chicken, pasta and soups would be a good choice too! Order your martini or cocktail the way you like it and for you wine lover, there's an entire list to choose from!
Participate in a piece of local tradition and get your seafood fix at Captain Anderson's. Since 1967, this family owned and operated, award-winning, restaurant has delighted guests with its dedication to serving the very best seafood the Florida coast has to offer. Working with the fishermen to preserve the natural integrity of the Gulf of Mexico and the Apalachicola Bay, Captain Anderson's menu is extensive and mouth-watering. Try their "Famous" Grilled Bay Shrimp, or perhaps one of the "World's Finest" Seafood Platters. If you aren't in the mood for fish, Captain Anderson's is sure to please with offerings of pasta or Certified Angus Beef. To make your meal memorable, the menu also suggests wine pairings for many courses. Participate in local tradition and dine early to watch the fishermen unload the catch of the day. Captain Anderson's takes no reservations, so make sure you get there in time to get a seat!
It wasn't just the treasure that drove Captain Hook to the Caribbean, it was the food too! Now you can get in on the action and sample some of the food that made this region famous. There's a wide variety of locally-inspired appetizers, entrees, and desserts that recreate the "Bountiful Caribbean Cuisine" of today. Sit on the dock and watch boats!
Founded by self-proclaimed "Misplaced Philly Sports Fans," this restaurant brings a piece of Philadelphia to the Panhandle, but the décor will make you think you're in the heart of Pennsylvania. Dig into a cheesesteak or a sandwich, relax and enjoy the flat-screen LCD TV's, listen to the music, surf the web on the free wireless internet, and get a taste of the North without leaving the coast. This authentic cuisine is sure to please in what can only be called "The NEW South Philly.
Located right smack dab on the beach, this is a local favorite that's been around for years. Since the late 1960's, when it was originally named "The Beach Party," locals have been enjoying their mornings in the sun, their afternoons at the bar, and their evenings with some of the best concerts and DJ's PCB has to offer. Despite being blown over by Hurricane Opal in 1995, Schooners re-opened in 1996 and has been going strong ever since! This is definitely the most relaxed and easy-going spot on the beach. If you're around in September, the Schooners' Annual LobsterFest is a can't-miss event.
Karaoke seems to be the main draw to this bar, but with the cheap drink specials and the party atmosphere, no doubt you'll have a good time, whatever you came here for. If you're lucky, you might even get to take a shot off one of the bartenders! Don't forget to head out onto the beach at the end of the night.
Waffle House has made a reputation with variety of signature meals and value for money. It is the world's leading server of waffles, t-bone steaks, cheese n eggs, country ham and grits besides a whole lot of other items. Good food, quick and great service which has been their trademark for the last 51 years. Customers are greeted by name and become regulars in no time. Hot favorites from the menu include Bert's Chili—watch out, if he's around he might serve it to you himsefl!—and Lib's Patty Melt, hash browns served in eight different ways, Alice's iced tea and Waffle House Coffee.
The owners of this restaurant once lived on a small island in the Caribbean. Upon moving to Panama City Beach they opened a restaurant that, today, takes advantage of the area's fresh seafood and combines it with a spicy-sweet Caribbean flair. The Hurricane Grill also knows the value of fresh and seasonal ingredients as opposed to factory processed and prepared food. All of the items on the menu are cooked from scratch on the premises. So, dive into your Saba Shrimp or Caribbean Grouper and enjoy the restaurant's fresh philosophy and the sweet tang of paradise. Live jazz is performed nightly.
This is a favorite among locals in Panama City, and features standard diner favorites like burgers, sandwiches, and breakfast dishes. There are also pizzas and pasta, both of which can be quite tasty, and they have some unusual and creative takes on these dishes as well as a preponderance of seafood dishes, as is common on the bountiful gulf coast.