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Meet friends with family for dinner. The beach community that it's in is great. They have a set dinner menu that rotates and local fresh seafood is usually a choice. They have live entertainment in the front area which can require a lengthy wait time...More
This was our first time eating here. There were nine in our party. We were seated pretty quickly for a large group at the peak of dinner time. Parking is insane, be prepared to hike it. Limited menu, which we knew ahead of time, but...More
It's a bar - but a classic. It's rustic, so don't come expecting granite floors and crystal glasses. It's a bar / restaurant with what I would call bar-type food. Live music at the right time. Grayton Beach just around the corner from here.
I am not at all certain how Red Bar got its name but in these neck of the woods it is not uncommon to see folks sporting a sunburn 🏖 red and toasty‼️ Located very close to Panama City Beach and Destin on the famous...More
The Red Bar is a must when visiting the 30A area! Food was awesome! Blackened grouper and grit cake were one of the best fish dishes I have ever eaten! The server told the 16 year old "picky" eater "if you don't like the grouper...More
If I go to 30A a trip to the Red Bar is a must! Who doesn't love a quirky place, great music, and food that is always delicious! It is loud and always a wait, but so worth it! The portions are huge but not...More
I have ordered a few items from here; the crab cakes, the baked eggplant and the mahi (fish special). I would say the eggplant was really yummy and very filling. The food is super sized and too large to finish. The atmosphere is fun and...More
We came here on recommendation for being a fun dive bar with good music. Added bonus: the food is legit good. Hubs had the grouper (loved the grit cake). I'm a vegetarian and was delighted to find that the vegetarian option - manicotti - was...More