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PK Visitor Guide 2017

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65 VISITPERDIDO.COM Florida As the Florida line approaches, so does a familiar sight: the Flora-Bama. If you haven't stopped in this famous roadhouse, take a moment and do so. We'll wait… The Flora-Bama, and its surrounding establishments on the state line, provide something for everyone. Stop by the Ole River Bar if you're in the mood for hot wings, Cajun fare, football, and an assortment of drinks. The Yacht Club next door is a waterfront restaurant and bar that has unique choices from (a massive plate of) Greek shrimp nachos to lobster corndogs to beignet fries. Once you've satisfied your appetite, make the quick journey across the street to the main hub and try your hand at a bushwacker – not too many, though! One of the few restaurants that offers Gulf front dining is the Crab Trap. You can enjoy a bowl of piping-hot gumbo while the kids have fun on the playground outside. The Crab Trap also has a number of gluten free options for those with dietary restrictions. Sunset Grill, though off the main road, is not to be overlooked. Its unobstructed view of Intracoastal sunsets will make you think you are in a dream. Sunset Grill cooks up fresh daily seafood, has a full bar, and is accessible by boat, making it open to everyone regardless of transportation. Tie off the boat and hop on the docks for a nice cold beverage. Within Lost Key Golf Club sits the Lost Key Clubhouse & Restaurant. Don't let the entry gate deter you; this high-quality restaurant is definitely open to the public. The dinner menu will suck you in, and the brunch options will have you coming back for more. Back on the main road past the Crab Trap, is the famous Shrimp Basket. You will see its planes circling the beach in summer months enticing you to try and conquer the All You Can Eat Shrimp special. Lillian's Pizza is a staple in Perdido Key. Its two-page list of specialty pizzas will no doubt blow your mind. With options from the Taco Pizza to Spicy Crab Meat Pizza, you'll want to come back and try them all. There is also a full bar, outside seating, and chalkboard walls for the young ones to draw on. Whether you're walking off the beach or just passing by, Dog-On-It is sure to catch your attention. This casual foods truck offers hot dogs, chili dogs, nachos, and shaved ice – perfect for cooling off on a hot summer's afternoon. Directly across the street is a new restaurant: The Islander Food Shack. Don't let the small building fool you; inside, you'll find that the food makes a big impact. From chicken skewers to lamb sliders, everything is packed with flavor that will keep you coming back for more. Just a few steps down the road is the Villagio Town Centre. Inside you will find Café Beignets, which is the perfect spot to start any day. Open at 6:30 am, stop by Café Beignets and get your morning cup of

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