You won’t go hungry while you are visiting the Forgotten Coast! We have something for everyone.
There is more delicious dining in this area than you can shake a fork at! The surrounding areas of St. George Island, Apalachicola, and Carrabelle have an eclectic offering of restaurants, with seafood being the common denominator. Carrabelle is a short drive East on Highway 98, Apalachicola is a short drive West on Hwy 98, and St. George Island is a hop, skip and jump away (to get there, go West on Highway 98 and take a left onto Island Drive). For a complete listing of all area restaurants, visit Florida’s Forgotten Coast website.
Fat Daddy’s Smokehouse and Grill
Located in Coastline’s West Park, this delicious barbecue restaurant features ribs, chicken, brisket, pulled pork, smoked chicken wings, and all your favorites!
Vincenzo’s Eastpoint Pizza Company
Vincenzo’s is a pizza boat right next to the Eastpoint Beer Company. That’s right - a boat with a pizza oven in it! You can grab a beer while you are waiting on a slice or have a slice while drinking a beer.
Red Pirate Family Grill and Oyster Bar
The Red Pirate is a local favorite, and they have delicious everything from salads to chicken wings. In addition to a putt-putt course, the Red Pirate has a lively outdoor deck and bar suited with TVs for all kinds of sports.
Family Coastal Restaurant
Sit inside this charming restaurant or out on the deck overlooking the Apalachicola Bay. The menu offers everything from delicious burgers to fried shrimp.
98 Eats is located next to Bar 98 and 98 Liquors in Eastpoint. They serve delicious pizza, chicken fingers, onion rings, homemade breakfast, and daily specials.
Bayside Coffee Co.
Bayside Coffee is the local favorite for freshly roasted delicious coffee! You can buy freshly roasted beans to brew at your campsite or stop in for a locally made pastry and a coffee.
Get the Scoop
Located just behind Fisherman’s Choice in Eastpoint, Get the Scoop offers hand-dipped Blue Bell ice cream, shakes, banana splits, and more!
El Jalisco is a local Mexican food chain serving classic Mexican dishes, beer, and wine in a casual setting. Starting at 6:30 am, El Jalisco also serves “American Breakfast.”
Mangia serves fresh and delicious Italian-inspired options for lunch, dinner, and dessert. They also have a selection of pre-prepared items like lasagna and meatballs for take-out.
Lynn’s Quality Oysters & Raw Bar
Lynn’s is a local seafood market with a raw bar and deck looking out over the Apalachicola Bay. You can buy seafood to take home and cook or sit outside and enjoy fresh-caught Apalachicola oysters, gumbo, shrimp, crabs, or smoked fish dip. Also, they will steam fresh shrimp for you to take home and enjoy later.