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PK Visitor Guide 2017

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67 VISITPERDIDO.COM Joe, with a side of homemade beignets. Come back around lunchtime and try Café Beignets' upstairs neighbor, The Jellyfish Restaurant. From an extensive sushi menu to specialty cocktails, The Jellyfish is the place to be on date night. It also offers a great menu and atmosphere during football season! The Perdido Key Sports Bar is another staple in the area. Everyone knows everyone the second you walk in. Whether you come for steak night on Wednesdays, tacos on Tuesdays, or happy hour after work, you will definitely be welcomed with open arms and a fun time. Right beside Theo Baars Bridge sits the Perdido Key Oyster Bar Restaurant & Marina, with an amazing view of the Intracoastal Waterway. It's the perfect place to grab lunch or dinner and watch the beautiful boats glide though the water. Be sure to try its famous Key Lime Pie, too. Just beyond the Pizza Hut is a Perdido Key "original," The Original Point Restaurant. The country fried steak topped with pepper gravy is a must-try, along with the classic Point Burger. Another tucked-away restaurant is Hub Stacey's. Down the road from The Point, Hub's Stacey's definitely sits off the beaten path. If you don't know where it is, you will probably pass it the first time. You can see the Intracoastal from your booth, and you can also bring your furry friends, since Hub's is pet friendly. Stop in and try the hearty French fry burger or, if you're feeling brave, attempt the massive Innerarity sandwich. A straight shot in the opposite direction will bring you to Trigger's Seafood Restaurant. Known for its hospitality and hometown vibe, Trigger's is a one-stop-shop for breakfast, lunch and dinner. Their French toast is out of this world, and the daily specials are always a slam dunk. At the first red light off the Theo Baars Bridge sits Mojo's Coffee. Tucked away in a small complex, Mojo's offers scrumptious coffee treats for a fantastic price. If coffee isn't your preference, Mojo's also has delicious summertime smoothies to cool you off. For a BBQ with a twist, Butch's Bistro & BBQ is highly recommended. A small, family-owned BBQ joint, Butch's boasts some of the most creative dishes you can imagine. It has classic BBQ, gumbo, a brunch burger and, last but not least, BBQ eggrolls. It is casual yet inventive cuisine you'll have to taste to believe. As you can imagine, Perdido Bay Golf Club houses a wonderful restaurant, Legends Bar & Grille. From the prime rib Philly cheese steak to the blackened tuna tacos – covered in flavorsome mango Cholula and avocado ranch – Legends is the perfect place to spend a meal ) CONTINUED ON PAGE 70

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