Seville Quarter has been around so long, ghosts of late nights past are said to haunt its halls.
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We thought you might want to learn to surf while you’re here, so we booked some lessons for ourselves. You know, so we could give you the straight scoop.
When you’re in the mood to check out our local culinary scene beyond the beach, there’s no need to head all the way into Pensacola.
Nightlife has come a long way in this quaint and quiet town, where bars, breweries and gastropubs now line the streets. Palafox Street is the main drag – one of America’s Greatest Streets, according to us and the American Planning Association.
Eat, drink and be merry. Then, do it all again. Following are our favorite restaurants in Historic Downtown Pensacola, just a quick jaunt from our Pensacola Beach hotel.
Before there was Casino Beach Bar, there was just Casino Beach. Even before that, there was a casino. On a beach.
A well-known travel truism is, “When in Rome, do as the Romans do.”
Coney Island, Chicago Style or Kielbasa? These are just three of many difficult choices you’ll face when grabbing a bite at The Dog House Deli on Pensacola Beach. This iconic establishment has been serving the best franks in Pensacola since 1977.
Tourist attractions in Pensacola Beach, Florida are plentiful and include sand that looks like snow, an average of 340 warm sunny days, original blended cocktails and a giant spaceship. Yep, you read that correctly – a giant spaceship.
“The great thing about our drivers is they’re all local,” Sexton says. “They’re not just transportation, they’re tour guides with insider information.”