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Dining along the Gulf Coast is one of the perks our winter visitors enjoy when “snowbirding”.  From the fresh seafood to the simple get togethers hosted by our various snowbird clubs, the food is always an enjoyable journey.

Each issue of our print edition of Snow Birds Gulf Coast will feature a dining story sure to stimulate your palate.  Our online edition will also be expanded in the near future to include short video clips of various restaurants in the area that our staff has visited.  We will do our best to bring a variety of dining experiences that will showcase the areas talented chefs and locally owned eateries.  Bon Appetite!

, Regional Locations

The original Broken Egg Cafe opens in Old Mandeville, Louisiana, in the comfort of a century-old cottage built of barge wood. Waterfalls and bubbling fountains greet guests at this colorful and popular eatery.

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Navarre, Florida

Hidden Creek is an 18-Hole Championship Public Golf Course designed by Ron Garl and plays 6,823 yards from the back tees. Rated as the top public golf course in NW Florida that you can play every day for under $50.

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Orange Beach, Alabama

Colorful outdoor seating areas front the beautiful Intracoastal
Waterway are a prime feature for Cobalt Restaurant in Orange Beach, Ala.

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Pensacola Beach, Florida

Located on Pensacola Beach, the Native Café is a true local’s (although tourists are encouraged) restaurant. The restaurant serves only fresh food found from the area and eschews the cost-saving steps taken by many chain restaurants.

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Just one block off busy Hwy. 98 in downtown Fort Walton Beach, Fla., is a place many longtime Snowbirds proudly call “home” – The Magnolia Grill.

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Destin, Florida

Opened in 1996 in a scenic location overlooking Destin’s famous blue-green waters in an area known as “Crab Island,” this McGuire’s Irish Pub won’t disappoint.

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Harvest Village, Highway 98, Navarre, Florida

For over 10 years, Vinnie R’s Old-Fashioned Italian continues to serve food with only the finest & freshest ingredients.
Sauces from scratch, handmade dough and many ingredients such as the olive oil and pasta noodles are imported from Italy.

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