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PK Visitor Guide 2017

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70 VISITPERDIDO.COM with friends and family. Speaking of tacos, Cactus Flower Café West is merely a short drive from Legends. Cactus Flower's California style Mexican cuisine is truly distinctive. The mango shrimp appetizer with fresh guacamole, cilantro, Pico de Gallo, and sweet and spicy mango salsa will blow your socks off, as will almost everything else on the menu! Further into Pensacola sits The New Malibu Lounge. With its revamped menu, The New Malibu is ready for the New Year. The homemade lumpia is a must-try, along with the Applewood smoked bacon frittata on its brunch menu. You can't go wrong with brunch! Take a moment in downtown Pensacola and treat yourself to the Bodacious Olive. With more than a dozen different types of olive oils to try and buy, the Bodacious Olive is like nothing you've ever experienced before. It offers extra light olives, infused, and fused options, as well as a wide variety of balsamic vinegars – the most popular having been aged for 18 years in oak barrels. Just a stone's throw away is The Fish House, which is nestled right on a harbor in Pensacola Bay. Sitting on the deck of The Fish House as the sun sets, enjoying their famous Grits a Ya Ya as the bistro lights twinkle above you is one of the best ways to end a day in Pensacola. ) CONTINUED FROM PAGE 67

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