Valentine's Day in 30A
Jan. 29, 2017
Keep romance in the air. And by ‘air,’ we mean salty, beachy, crisp 30A air. Valentine’s Day is fast approaching, and it can sometimes be stressful to plan the perfect evening for your significant other. Following our go-to dinner guide should help make planning easier.
Good food. Good people. Good times. Bud & Alley’s is a classic waterfront dining spot in the heart of Santa Rosa Beach that has been around for 25 years. Bud & Alley’s proudly supports all local farmers and fishermen. You can indulge in anything from salmon, scallops to a braised pork shank. Talk about delicious!
Nothing says romantic like emerald waters glistening in the background as you sip from the extensive wine list and enjoy a delicious dinner with your loved one. Fish Out Of Water has been featured in Forbes Travel Guide as a four-star dining destination.
Keep it cool. Keep it casual. Keep it coastal. 723 Whiskey Bravo has an awesome rooftop patio overlooking Seagrove. Besides the breathtaking view, admire the painted plane on the wall by local artist Andy Saczynski. If you’re looking for a place to enjoy the atmosphere and grab a few drinks, 723 Whiskey Bravo is it. You and your sweetheart can relax by the bonfire pits and watch the sunset.
In 1999, three friends visited Grayton Beach and the 30A area. With the spark of great idea, they reopened Borago one year later with a new life. At the base of the 331 bridge in Santa Rosa Beach, you won’t be able to beat this view or any of the mouthwatering entrees or cocktails.