850-233-0035 | www.facebook.com/pages/category/Seafood-Restaurant/Dustys-Oyster-Bar-117669928258426 16450 Front Beach Rd Panama City Beach, Florida 32413 Takeout, Outdoor Seating, Seating, Waitstaff, Parking Available, Television, Highchairs Available, Wheelchair Accessible, Serves Alcohol, Full Bar
850-236-1998 | www.davidssnoballs.com 13913 Panama City Beach Pkwy Panama City Beach, FL 32407 New Orleans Style Sno-Balls, Po-boys, Muffulettas, Nathan's Hot dogs, Beignets, Café au Lait, Barq's Root Beer, Zapp's Chips, Hershey's Ice Cream
850-249-4264 | www.deeshangout.com 529 N Richard Jackson Blvd Panama City Beach, Florida 32407 Try our Chicken and Sausage or Shrimp and Sausage Jambalaya! Oysters on the 1/2 Shell, Parmasan Baked, 3-Cheese Baked, Jalapeno Baked and Cajun Baked. Can't decide? Try our Baked Oyster Medley.
850-230-2739 | www.saltwatergrillpcb.com 11040 Hutchison Boulevard Panama City Beach Florida, 32407 As soon as you enter our Panama City Beach, Florida, restaurant, you are presented with a panoramic view of our seven foot high, 25,000-gallon tropical saltwater aquarium. Both our Café dining room and Mermaid Room lounge offer dazzling views of this tropical reef and its nonstop parade of exotic sea creatures. Seafood, including Live Maine lobster, and choice Hand Cut Steaks are our specialty.
850-249-3359 | www.fireflypcb.com 535 N Richard Jackson Boulevard, Panama City Beach, FL 32407 Romantic seafood spot offering dining under a lit-up oak tree plus a creative menu and full bar. you can enjoy a Mediterranean Bistro atmosphere under the grand old oak tree. Our ever changing menu is based on fresh, locally caught fish, imported exotic fish, and seasonal vegetables. The meats are cooked on an 1800 degree broiler which sears in the flavor. The meals are prepared with a passion for food and served with personality in presentation.
850-234-2225 | www.captandersons.com 5551 N. Lagoon Drive Panama City Beach, FL 32408 Since 1967, Capt. Anderson’s has innovated many of the Gulf Coast’s classic dishes. It is a local tradition to dine early at Capt. Anderson’s, and watch the fishing fleets unload their catch. Named among America’s Top 50 restaurants, recipient of the “Best Seafood Restaurant” award from Southern Living and Wine Spectator’s “Award of Excellence,” Capt. Anderson’s won Florida Trend’s Golden Spoon Award for 15 years before being inducted into the Restaurant Hall of Fame in 2005.