A celebration of dining

Published: Friday, October 26, 2012 at 05:03 PM.

“AJ's Seafood and Oyster Bar is the place to be this fall and winter for great food, good times and the best in cool libations. Try our new To Go Menu with many of your AJ's favorites, prepared to travel so you can call ahead and have it waiting for you when you arrive. Our popular $7.25 weekday lunch special continues to please all ages and includes tea or coffee and a dessert. Known for our seafood and as a TOP 100 Nightclub in America, now come see us for homestyle cooking, watch your favorite games and enjoy the harbor view... AJ's style. Ask about our free Lunch Punch Card.” — marketing director at Tracy McCraw

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Shades Bar and Grill
10952 E. County Hwy. 30A, Panama City Beach
850-231-9410
www.shades30a.com

“A staple on 30A for 18 years, Shades is the locals’, tourists’ and family friendly place that everyone flocks to — whether it be for a casual meal with the family or a place to have amazing food. With all the sports packages on DIRECTV, you can always catch your favorite game. We aim to please everyone and with a game room for kids, 36 draft beers and a full bar. And with the best burgers, wings and fresh seafood offerings around, there is plenty to enjoy and fun for all ages.” — Owner Joseph Freer

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Bentley's and Maddog's
10343 E. County Hwy. 30A, Seacrest Beach
850-231-1007
www.bentleys30a.com

“Located directly on East 30A between Rosemary and Alys Beach, Bentley's and Maddog's offers an enormous and diverse menu that is retro old school dining. Thick juicy steaks, Maine and Florida lobsters, stone crabs, quarter-pound shrimp, fresh fish prepared multiple ways, flaming duck, stuffed quail and chicken Rochambeau are a few examples. Bentley's fine dining is coupled with a 10-item children's menu and all the snow crab you can eat any day, any time. Maddog's Oyster and Martini Bar features great happy-hour specials and $5 martinis.” — Owner Kandy Malocsay

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