Food is mediocre. Atmosphere casual. People friends , family , locals . Scenery outback on small lake . Be aware of gators.
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I have lived here most of my life and never had the Gators experience. It was an experience I could have lived without. The food was way overpriced for the portion they gave you. The food was over cooked, greasy and nasty. I have had...More
Gator's is a seafood restaurant loved by the locals for good reason ,they fry one of the best mullet meals you'll ever have.They also feature catfish Shrimp and oysters.The atmosphere is hometown,and you can often see an alligator on the bayou behind the restaurant.They are...More
We've lived in the area for 3 years and until last night, we were always unable to work out the timing to check out Gators due to the limited hours of operation. We had heard both positive and negative reviews but wanted to check it...More
If you get outside of NW Florida it seems like mullet is just a haircut. I grew up in Santa Rosa county and when I get home I want to get a belly full of fried mullet. Don't go there wanting to order steamed lobster...More
This is a small out of the way place. Will not believe the view. They are only open late, and spring and summer. But very nice place to eat and check it out.
My husband and I visited for a spur-of-the-moment date night on a Friday night. We have been visiting Gators for over 20 years, but we had not been in at least 10 years. I am pleased to say it was as good as I remember...More
We come to Florida often and pass this place but the timing never works out to stop for dinner. If the time s right, the season is not. They are open only June-Sept and when they are open, they are closed Sunday and Monday. It's...More
This restaurant was recommended to me by a friend who visited there 20 some odd years ago. It hadn't changed ( est 1975) and was well worth the side trip from Pensacola to The Destin area. Unimpressive house /turned restaurant surrounded by majestic oaks overlooking...More