A celebration of dining

Published: Friday, October 26, 2012 at 17:03 PM.

Basmati’s
3295 W. County Hwy. 30A, Santa Rosa Beach
850-267-3028
www.basmatisthirtya.com

“Basmati’s offers unique serene settings on the shores of Draper Lake with exquisite, Asian-influenced classical cuisine.
We’ve been serving original sushi on the beach since 1996, and offer unsurpassed excellence in fine dining with a creative wine list and martini menu.” — Owners Penny & Gary Hunt

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723 Whiskey Bravo
3031 Scenic Hwy. 30A, Seagrove Beach
850-213-0015
www.723whiskeybravo.com

“723 Whiskey Bravo stands out from the crowd thanks to its campus-like setting, fresh design, diverse menu, expansive Gulf views and unique dining and social options that include the The Roof, a spacious, open-air roof-top bar and dining area; seats perfect for sports fans at the custom-made mahogany bar downstairs; classic seating in the main dining area with front-row seats to 30A people-watching, plus even more private event options. We believe 723 Whiskey Bravo (named for the tail number on our Cirrus airplane) has become the "ultimate friend maker" and a great neighborhood gathering spot for locals and visitors alike.” — Owners Skip and Victoria Moore.

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Marie's Bistro
2260 W. County Hwy. 30A, Santa Rosa Beach
850-278-6856
www.mariesbistro.com

“We are unique because we offer a variety of cuisines affordably, under one roof. Whether you're looking for French, Italian, Middle Eastern, Cajun, Southern or Continental Cuisine; from appetizers to desserts, for all occasions and for any size party — we've done it all and have the ability to cook it to perfection every time, to please every taste! We feel that every guest is entitled to enjoy their favorite meal with their loved ones without worrying that it is only seafood, steak or what cuisine they offer. It is harder but we are moving on the right track.”— Manager Hanie Nasri.

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VKI Steakhouse
4552 U.S. Highway 98 W., Santa Rosa Beach
850-267-2555
www.vkisteakhouse.com



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