Your Table! Your Chef! - Gourmet Dining in Your Kitchen!
Why dine out when the Chef can come to you? Chef Ian will work with you to develop a personalized menu and then arrive at your home with all he needs to create an incredible meal and a one-of-a-kind gourmet experience. The beautiful table and the fresh, locally sourced ingredients will provide you and your family with meal that won't soon be forgotten. Chef Ian is magic in the kitchen and a super nice guy too. An experience that shouldn't be missed when visiting the Cape. Call ahead to book as Chef Ian's calendar books up quickly.
4975 Cape San Blas Road
Family owned and operated, Cape Trading Post offers a full line of groceries, fresh meats, produce, souvenirs, beer, wine and a fully stocked liquor store. Their breakfast biscuit, sandwiches and pizzas are all really good too! If they don’t have it, you probably don’t need it.
7650 Cape San Blas Road
We are so excited for LongBill's to open! Located on North Cape, LongBills menu looks fantastic with something for everyone. This new Cape "hot spot' is owned and managed by the same Toucan's on the Beach in Mexico Beach team and we are confident that it won't disappoint. Welcome LongBills!!
4310 Cape San Blas Road
Scallop Cove has breakfast, lunch, and casual dinner served and much of it grab-and-go. They also serve pizza, burgers, sub sandwiches and amazing fresh donuts baked daily. Enjoy free WiFi at the General Store or the State Park. They hand scoop Blue Bell Ice Cream. beer, wine, ice, groceries, firewood, propane exchange and ATM. They've pretty much got it all, and can't wait to serve you.
411 Cape San Blas Road
The place where all the cool kids will hang out. Scallop Republic boasts the BEST view of the bay. The friendly and relaxed atmosphere makes this the perfect place to grab a craft beer, enjoy some music, shell some peanuts and enjoy the end of a day in paradise.
5544 Cape San Blas Road
No frills low Country Boil that you can eat on picnic benches or bring back to the house. The gumbo is fantastic too. Call ahead to check their hours and to order. On a busy summer day they will run out of food.
5025 Cape San Blas Road
Our "go to" fish market for shrimp, grouper, snapper, mahi, tuna, amberjack, mullet, whiting, flounder, lump crab meat, crab claw meat, cocktail claws, oysters (pints and shells) and fish dips. Just north of the Tradin' Post St. Joe Shrimp will also steam shrimp to go for an easy beach dinner. They pack for travel so you can stop in on the way home too.
Weber’s Little Donut Shop at the Cape Tradn’ Post
4975 Cape San Blas Road
Very early every morning the Weber Family gets up to make the donuts that people get out of bed for while on vacation. The line tends to get long and when the donuts are gone, they’re gone. Even the locals drive from Port St. Joe to meet the Weber Family and to enjoy this very sweet treat. Not to be missed during your stay at Cape San Blas!
The Cozy Cafe - Open late Friday and Saturday
301 Martin Luther King Boulevard
Southern home-style cooking. Enjoy the specials of the day including but not limited to Fried Chicken, BBQ Chicken or Baked Chicken, Hamburgers, beef tips, smothered and fried pork chops. Southern-style sides such as fried okra and mac & cheese. The fried chicken is amazing! Hours: Friday:5:00 PM - 2:00 am, Saturday:11:00 am - 2:00 am, Sunday:11:00 AM - 3:00 PM
112 Reid Avenue
This is the place to go if you are craving a chef-inspired artisan sandwich, wrap, taco or salad. Enjoy your lunch at Dagwood's open air patio or call ahead and take your lunch to the beach. You can't go wrong with anything on their menu!
117 Sailors Cove
Tucked back beside the Piggly Wiggly and the Bluewater Outriggers you will find one of the coolest places in PSJ to listen to live music and enjoy a glass of wine, beer, cocktail or fine cigar. They also offer 4 large flat screen TVs for watching the game while enjoying a night out. There is always something going on at The Heron. You can check out their Facebook Page for an updated listing of events.
222 Reid Avenue
The place in Port St. Joe for organic coffees, teas, baked goods, Pharmacist approved CBD, and natural supplements. The Joe is the perfect place to grab a cup of coffee with friends or family. Enjoy our back patio while devouring some coffee and other sweet treats. The Joe has WiFi, and promise the best coffee in town.
406 Reid Avenue
This is the place in Port St. Joe to go for artisan pizzas and salads. Joe Mama's isn't a big place and it fills up fast just about every night of the week during the summer season. The pizzas are cooked in a hardwood fired oven that was made in hills of Tuscany.
113 Monument Avenue
Located in downtown Port St. Joe, Krazy Fish Grill is a relaxed, fun colorful dining experience. They have a fairly large menu that includes salads, ribs, burgers, chicken, shrimp and fresh catch seafood. They serve local and craft beers on tap in addition to bottled beer, wine and speciality cocktails. Their outdoor patio is dog friendly too.
470 West Highway 98 (next door to the Dollar General)
When you are craving Bar-B-Que, Paul Gant's is where you can get it. There's something to be said about family tradition. It is more than just passing recipes and techniques. It's about carrying on a passion and a love for all things Bar-B-Que (including the spelling!). Ribs, chicken, pork, sides and desserts...Yummmm!
101 1st Street
Peter's Pizzeria is a neighborhood pizzeria focused on delivering quality pizza, served by the slice. They also have amazing subs, calzones, salads, bread and dessert. Peter's also delivers to the Cape! So good!!!
224 Reid Avenue
Our “go-to” restaurant when we are craving margaritas, chips and salsa, and cheese dip. Traditional Mexican fare in a fun relaxed atmosphere. Two-for-one draft beers every day.
222 Reid Avenue
Founded in 2005, Provisions has earned its reputation for fantastic food, outstanding catering and great atmosphere. Provisions offers fresh seafood, steaks, pasta and more on Reid Ave in downtown Port St. Joe. You can't go wrong with any meal at Provisions.
301 Monument Avenue
The PSJ favorite for Southern Comfort Food with a unique twist. Serving breakfast and lunch The Sand Dollar is the place to go for biscuits, meatloaf and all the sides. The kitchen is a "from scratch" kitchen using only the freshest ingredients and the food is sourced locally when possible insuring that freshness and quality is the best.
St. Joe Shrimp Company - Original Location
1937 State Road 30A
Our "go to" fish market for shrimp, grouper, snapper, mahi mahi, tuna, amberjack, mullet, whiting, flounder, lump crab meat, crab claw meat, cocktail claws, oysters (pints and shells) and fish dips. They pack for travel so you can stop in on the way home too.
301 Monument Avenue
Fresh authentic Mexican food in a super casual atmosphere. This new PSJ spot has a full bar with an amazing lighthouse view from the large patio. They are pet friendly too!
If you need a cake or a sweet treat while on vacation Quinn and Co. is your "go-to" for all things yummy! Right now they are taking orders through Facebook but are soon opening up a storefront on Reid Avenue. Their new location will include sandwiches, drinks, breakfast and smoothies in addition to baked goods.
Thirsty Goat Lounge - Reopening Soon!
501 Monument Ave. Port St. Joe, FL 32456
The Thirsty Goat Lounge is the perfect place to grab a cocktail, listen to live music and enjoy an evening in the historic Old Florida town of Port St. Joe with friends old and new. The porch at the Goat sits right along the main drag heading into town and it's a prime location for people and sunset watching. This popular watering hole offers a wide selection of premium cocktails, beers and wines and has weekly specials.
411 Reid Avenue
Delicious food ranging from freshly shucked raw oysters to charred grilled steaks and everything in between! Uptown Raw Bar and Grill is sure to have something for everyone! Located in the heart of Port St. Joe on Reid Avenue. This uptown location is sure to be the happening place Monday - Saturday all year long.
602 Monument Avenue
Sit down to fine dining in the perfect Florida atmosphere -enjoy stunning sunset views, tranquil boat-watching, and photo-worthy landscapes as you sip our craft cocktails, or indulge in creative menu offerings.
8391 County Road 30A
The Raw Bar is something you just have to experience to really understand. When you go in, grab a drink from the coolers in the back (keep you caps because that is how they know how many drinks to put on your tab), put your name on the list, head back outside to enjoy the music and the company while you wait for your table. It's always a party at the Raw Bar and when leave you will have been sure to made a few new friends in addition to enjoying a great meal.
100 Market St, Apalachicola, FL 32320
Home of the “World’s Largest Fish Sandwich”…not sure if that is actually true but it is a really good sandwich. This is a great, casual spot to grab fish, chicken, shrimp and steaks. Located in the heart of historic Apalachicola.
131 Commerce St. (Entrance on Avenue F), Apalachicola, FL, 32320
This electric little beer garden is a true reflection of Old Florida...casual and friendly. The full musical line up calendar can be found on the website and Wednesdays from 6-9 pm are always Open Mic if you have the urge to perform while on vacation.
301 Market St, Apalachicola, FL 32320 at the Scipio Creek Marina
A great casual spot with dinner, drinks, and live entertainment. Don't miss their Bloody Mary Bar at brunch on Sundays.
15 Ave D, Apalachicola, FL 32320
Sensational appetizers, delicious entrees and incredible desserts are prepared and served by an attentive staff. The menu is varied and colorful, with daily chef’s selections ranging from exotic imported dishes to fresh, locally caught seafood.
53 Market Street, Apalachicola, FL 32320
The Station's menu includes all the items you want in a raw bar. Oysters, shrimp, grouper and grits plus salads, burgers, and sandwiches. There's a kids menu too.
313 Water St, Apalachicola, FL 32320
This is our family’s favorite place to eat in Apalach. The setting along the river is amazing and the food is just as good. If you love oysters, this is the place for you. They also have a full “non-oyster” menu too. This is the perfect place to end a day of exploring Apalach.
820 US-98, Mexico Beach, FL 32456
Killer is a great reason to head over to Mexico Beach. Known for its great fish tacos, seafood bowls (shrimp, oysters or scallops cooked in their famous simmerin' sauce) and friend seafood baskets. Cash only.
105 Good Morning Street
A great little market with a super liquor store and bar. This is the perfect place to grab a drink while you wait for a table at The View on Old 98 or when you are checking out Windmark community.
7008 W. Highway 98
Serving breakfast, lunch and dinner 7 days a week The Shipwreck has been a St. Joe Beach mainstay for a long time. Oysters and steamed shrimp are the crowd favorites but you can find something for everyone at this local eatery.
The View On Old 98 offers fresh and inventive Asian and American cuisine featuring authentic flavors you know and love in a waterfront setting overlooking Cape San Blas.