Quality Inn N.A.S.-Corry
3 New Warrington Rd.
Pensacola, FL 32506
Phone: (850) 455-3233
Fax: (850) 453-3445
3 New Warrington Rd., Pensacola, FL, US, 32506
- Phone: (850) 455-3233
- Fax: (850) 453-3445
Bars & Cafes
Homemade Fudge and Fine Coffee, the best in Pensacola.
A Pensacola eatery that has come to be so much more, the Fish House and Deck Bar is not just another neighborhood dining place. Owned and operated by the well-known Great Southern Restaurant Group Inc., the restaurant and the bar both feature an excellent view of the Pensacola Bay and the Seville Harbor. Sit on the terrace, bathing in some Florida sunshine, and much on their award-winning, fresh fish preparations, or smoked steaks. Or you can head to the Deck Bar and jive to the beats played by the live band, while sipping on a martini or two on the side. See the website to know more.
From casual to special occasion, Dharma satisfies all of your dining needs. Choose from a wide selection of fresh seafood entrees as well as steaks, pastas and game. Dharma Blue also has Florida's finest full sushi bar.
Awarded the Golden Spoon Award and the Wine Spectator Award of Excellence for many years and recommended by Mobil Travel Guide and AAA, this 400 seat, 20,000 square foot landmark restaurant and pub is reminiscent of a turn-of-the-century New York Irish saloon and they serve the best steaks, seafood, burgers, and Irish fare this side of Boston. They are open daily for lunch and dinner.
Comfort food. This cafe could even be called a diner. Hot plate breakfast and lunches. Meat and three for dinner. Cobbler.
Open daily for lunch and dinner, visitors of this sports bar can catch all the best sporting events on TV screens located throughout the bar while enjoying traditional American fare, specialty drinks, and beers.
Nothing can beat the combination of an outstanding beachside location and scrumptious grilled food, backed by awesome live music. And all of this comes together at Paradise Bar & Grill. A gem of an hangout, this is where the locals as well as tourists prefer to hangout. Tables are spread on the beach where you can dine on succulent grilled oysters and other seafood under the sun. For those looking to munch on a more standard American fare can opt for the burgers, sandwiches and other appetizers. Live music featuring performances of local bluegrass and rock n roll bands is scheduled on most days of the week, much of the delight of the music lovers.
A traditional, authentic, and cozy Irish pub which is complete with favorites such as Irish stew and corned beef and cabbage, as well as a great selection of beer including Harp, Bass, Newcastle, and the best pint of Guiness on the Gulf Coast. Live traditional Irish music can be heard on the weekends and they are open daily for lunch and dinner.
Open for breakfast, lunch, and dinner, Cafe Palm Breeze is casual dining at its finest.