Dining & Nightlife

Gulf Coast Brewery – Gulf Coast Brewery is a micro brewery located in downtown Pensacola, FL. Come have a drink of local beer brewed on site. We have a walk in humidor with a variety of cigars to buy and a elegant cigar lounge to enjoy your cigar. Lockers are available to rent to store your cigar until your next visit. We also have a classy wine lounge to enjoy a glass of your favorite wine by the glass or the bottle.

McGuire’s Irish Pub – McGuire’s Irish Pub first opened in 1977 as a small neighborhood pub in a shopping center. In 1982 McGuire’s moves to its current location; Pensacola’s original 1927 Old Firehouse. Inside the pub you’ll find a turn-of-the-century, New York Irish Saloon themed 615-seat restaurant.

Pensacola Bay Brewery – Come visit the Brewery in downtown Pensacola, FL. On the corner of Adams and Zaragoza Streets, you’ll find our brick building. Come in the front to visit the Tap Room. Both history-lovers and beer nuts alike will find gifts and information in our Tap Room. Come visit, taste a sample of our delicious brew and talk with our brew masters.

Red Fish Blue Fish – Inspired southern style at Red Fish Blue Fish restaurant Pensacola Beach. We serve simple good food using many local ingredients. We have the best ‘backyard’ on the beach with two white sand beaches, indoor and outdoor dining areas, lots for the kids to do, and a stylish cocktail bar and patio.  It’s without a doubt the best place on the island to watch a sunset.

Seville Quarter – Seville Quarter is proud to be the Gulf Coast’s Entertainment Destination since 1967. We’ve got a rich history dating back over four decades, when Bob Snow took a dilapidated 19th century warehouse on East Government Street and transformed it into “Rosie O’Grady’s Warehouse,” a beer-and-peanuts saloon offering up heaping portions of Dixieland jazz and good times. Since then Seville Quarter has grown to include seven rooms — the original Rosie O’Grady’s, Phineas Phogg’s, Lili Marlene’s, Apple Annie’s, Fast Eddie’s, End o’ the Alley and Palace Café — each with its own theme and atmosphere. There’s also the Seville Party Plaza, an outdoor concert venue, and Heritage Hall, a spacious banquet and event facility.

Skopelos at New World – Skopelos is a name synonymous with fine dining in Pensacola for over fifty years. Skopelos at New World is the result of Executive Chef Gus Silivos’ passion for serving great food crafted from the freshest ingredients available on the Gulf Coast.

The Fish House – The Fish House is a Pensacola tradition. For over thirteen years, the Fish House has been known for its fresh seafood cuisine created by Pensacola Chef Jim Shirley coupled with upscale dockside dining overlooking beautiful Pensacola Bay and Seville Harbor. Just steps away from historic Seville Square, the award-winning restaurant features an inventive menu of fresh, daily seafood selections, house-smoked steaks, sushi, a handpicked wine list with over 300 wines, and the world-famous Grits á Ya Ya.

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