For a tiny island, Perdido Key has a surprising number of good restaurants, and more choices are just a short drive east or west in Pensacola and Orange Beach.
In a spot surrounded by water, it’s a given that fresh seafood tops the menu at most local eateries, but that doesn’t mean you’re out of luck if you’re in the mood for filet mignon or barbecue ribs. Many restaurants offer both steaks and seafood, while others serve everything from deli sandwiches and salads to ethnic cuisine. Also prominently featured on local menus are sushi, gourmet coffees, fine wines, imported beers, and huge selections of specialty drinks.
Dress is casual almost everywhere, and many places offer open-air dining with a view of beach or bay. Some spots also have live entertainment, especially on Friday and Saturday nights.
Discover the delicious side of Perdido Key by choosing from our list of restaurants.
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