Dine Outside · The Top 4 Places to Eat Outdoors on the Forgotten Coast

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Eating alfresco is one of the easiest ways to take advantage of the plentiful sunshine, warm temperatures, and beautiful scenery found throughout the Forgotten Coast in both Gulf and Franklin counties. This unique area offers a variety of restaurants with welcoming outdoor seating areas and a come-as-you-are atmosphere that appeals to all types of foodies. Keep reading for our top four spots to spend a day or an evening dining outside on the Forgotten Coast.

Up The Creek Raw Bar
313 Water Street
Apalachicola, FL 32320

Up The Creek Raw Bar is a must-visit restaurant with a charming outdoor seating area overlooking the Apalachicola River. The raw bar is known for its fresh oysters, seafood, and draft beers. Up The Creek Raw Bar’s menu features dishes such as grilled mahi, fried shrimp, and rotating chef’s specials. The outdoor seating area is perfect for a casual dinner.

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The White Marlin
602 Monument Ave,
Port St Joe, FL 32456

Situated in the heart of Port St. Joe, The White Marlin offers a captivating ambiance with its spacious outdoor seating area that overlooks the stunning St. Joseph Bay. Whether you’re savoring fish or beef, each masterfully prepared dish is bursting with flavors. The attentive and friendly staff further enhance the dining experience, providing impeccable service and ensuring your every need is met.

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The Owl Café
15 Avenue D
Apalachicola, FL 32320
(850) 653-9888

A longtime staple of the Apalachicola dining scene, The Owl Cafe offers an intimate outdoor seating area with a view of the Apalachicola River. The restaurant is known for its delicious seafood, pastas, crab cakes and even cheeseburgers. The Owl Cafe’s menu features dishes such as duck confit fries, fried oysters, and black grouper and offers an extensive wine list.

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Indian Pass Raw Bar
8391 CR-30A
Port St Joe, FL 32456

Founded in 1929, the Indian Pass Raw Bar is a must-visit restaurant known for its fresh oysters and lively outdoor seating area. While you’ll be served your food either indoors or on the screened porch, you’ll want to linger at the outdoor waiting area complete with firepits, a stage for live music or karaoke, and games.

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