Gulf Seafood is the Perfect Choice For Big Bend Visitors!

Fresh Gulf seafood has had some bad press recently.  However, since the April 2010 Gulf oil spill, inspection routines have been perfected to such a point that Gulf seafood is probably better inspected than ever before.  If you’re headed out to our Gulf coast, particularly to St. Marks, Panacea, Steinhatchee, Horseshoe Beach, Suwannee or Cedar Key, plan to eat a meal or two at any of the great seafood restaurants at your destination.  And, if you don’t have time to stop and eat, take some fresh seafood home.

Clams at Cedar Key
Cedar Key has become famous for its clam fishery.
Stuffed grouper at Salt Creek Restaurant in Suwannee, FL
Stuffed grouper at Salt Creek Restaurant in Suwannee, FL
Roy's Restaurant, Steinhatchee, FL
Don't miss the seafood--or the salad bar--at Roy's Restaurant in Steinhatchee, FL
Oysters from Posey's in Panacea, FL
Oysters, right off the boat, at Posey's Restaurant in Panacea, FL
Fried soft-shell blue crab sandwich
Never turn down an opportunity to eat a fried soft-shell blue crab sandwich.

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