Where to Eat in Rosemary Beach

As I mentioned yesterday, finding good food was NOT a challenge in Rosemary Beach. These are just the restaurants we visited during our short weekend trip…there were many other options that looked just as amazing!

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The Summer Kitchen

Rosemary Beach Restaurants:

The Donut Hole: Adorable diner like restaurant right out of town. The most amazing omelettes and kid pancakes the size of your head. The best part of this meal was the lack of grease. Usually after I big breakfast I feel gross…but this left me feeling full and ready for my day. Plus their donuts and cakes looked MIND BLOWING.

Cowgirl Kitchen: This place was a popular stop for us…we had it two nights in a row. It was a short 5 minute walk from our house and made for easy take-out. Night one the kids enjoyed this while the grown ups went out, and night two the grown-ups had to try. They offer a range of Tex-Mex options as well as pizza!

The Summer Kitchen: Another breakfast stop. I loved the outdoor patio at this place. It was the perfect Sunday morning spot. I had the Frittatta and it was delicious. Their breakfast wraps also looked amazing too.

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Pickles in Seaside

Seaside Restaurants: 

Pickles: This was D’s number one. Hotdogs, Hamburgers, Milkshakes…every 7th graders dream restaurant. I have to say the milkshakes looked like the best milkshakes ever made…according to D they were “homemade” (homespun) haha! I had the chicken fingers, because you can’t go wrong with chicken fingers.

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Sitting outside at Wine World


Wine World: I think if I had to pick one restaurant to eat at for the rest of my time in Rosemary it would be Wine World. I had their Grouper Sandwich and it was perfect…but the thing that truly made the trip was their HUMMUS. Now, I am quite the picky eater and I do not enjoy HUMMUS very often. Their HUMMUS was almost like a pesto sauce, and the warm Pita was seasoned with some amazing spices. I feel like I could ramble on and on about their hummus. Plus Wine World offers a ton of outdoor seating. There is nothing like sitting outside on a beautiful day.

Old Florida Outfitters: Not a restaurant, but probably my favorite store of the trip. This outfitter had everything an adventure traveler needs for a trip. It is always fun to look at all the gear. Plus the shirts they sell are the most comfortable things ever…I have practically been living in mine since we got home.

image10MA and I have matching shirts from Old Florida Outfitters! 

Now I just need to plan another trip up here so I can continue adding to my list!


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