Catch the Game, Beach Style
You might be at the beach, but you still can't miss the game. And you certainly won't have to – there are plenty of options for catching the game, beach style. Whether you're looking for a hip ambiance, a family-friendly hangout, or the biggest TV to watch the biggest games, the best spot to watch the game is just a stroll down the beach.
Shunk Gulley: This bar and restaurant offers great views, fresh local seafood and a casual atmosphere. Start with a dozen oysters while you enjoy the game, and by the end, you may not know if you're cheering for the game or the food.
723 Whiskey Bravo: Hang out in a hip atmosphere for the game. The round bar boasts eight TVs hanging overhead, with an additional two TVs on the rooftop. Famous for "Sunsets, Celebrations & Sports," they even have a ticker on their website charting the number of games watched since they opened.
Shades Bar & Grill: If you're looking for a family-friendly option, you're in the right place. For over 20 years, Shades Bar & Grill has been a top spot to meet and eat on 30A, with daily chef features, famous wings and classic drinks. Bring the kids and post up for the game in a comfortable atmosphere where everyone will feel at home.
The Hub: Want to see the big game at larger-than-life size? The Hub screens major games on their 25-foot outdoor Jumbotron, allowing you to eat, drink and be merry while watching your favorite team and feeling the breeze. The Hub is also a great option for kids, with enough open space to let them run around and blow off a little steam.
Marina Bar & Grill: Overlooking the Choctawhatchee Bay from Baytowne Marina, this rustic and pleasant spot offers Southern favorites and happy hour specials with a view. End a day filled with cheering your team to victory by watching the sunset over the water.
Win or lose, it's always more fun to watch your favorite team at the beach.