Places to Eat

If you made up your mind that you are truly on vacation and cooking is not on the agenda, St. George has a variety of eateries that serve only the freshest local seafood. After dark the Island nightclubs offer live music, billiards, darts and other games.

Blue Parrot Oceanside Café

Their deck and tiki bar right on the beach. They specialize in fresh seafood and steaks, and are proud to offer the largest Po-Boy anywhere. Serving lunch and dinner. 68 Gorrie Dr. 850 927-2987.

BJ’s Pizza & Salad

Affordable Family Dining. Dine In Or Take Out. Handmade, Hand Tossed Pizza. 105 W.Gulf Beach Dr. 850 927-2987.

Eddy Teach’s Raw Bar

Largest Selection Of Imported Draft Beer. Florida ‘s Freshest Seafood. 240 E. Third. 850 927-5050.

Harry A’s Restaurant and Bar

“Where strangers become friends!” This is St.George Island’s oldest tavern. Full bar, musical entertainment. 28 W. Bayshore Dr. 850 927-3400. www.HarryAsRestaurant.com

Oyster Bay Bar & Grill

Appetizers, oysters by the dozen, salads, sandwiches, pasta, fish / chicken / steak / entrees, children choices, desserts … 200 E 2nd & Pine. 850 927-3700.

Subway Sandwiches Shop

Restaurant chain. 163 E Gulf Beach Dr. 850 927-4781.

St. George Island Gourmet

Gourmet food shop with meals to go, coffees, wines, panini sandwiches and salads. Open daily. 235 West Gulf Beach Drive. (850) 927 – 4888