The Best Restaurants in Rosemary Beach, Florida
Amavida Coffee & Tea
Serving organic, fair-trade coffee, offers the perfect way to start off your day (or week!) of fun in the sun: a dose of caffeine, a fluffy pastry, and lingering patrons ready to shoot the breeze.
A classic barefoot beach joint, is a neighborhood favorite. The Carolina tacos, the best of Southern BBQ wrapped in a fluffy tortilla, best demonstrate the local haunt’s laidback fusion of American and Mexican cuisines. Kick back, sip on a marg, and enjoy the Gulf view.
Edward’s Fine Food & Wine
Al fresco dining is always on the menu at so snag a table in the courtyard, where there’s often live music playing. Also on the menu: An impressive wine list and all the seafood—grouper, snapper, and scallops—you can eat.
Havana Beach Bar and Grill
Inspired by Hemingway’s favorite watering hole in Havana, Cuba (), the at The Pearl serves Caribbean-inspired dishes—made with Gulf ingredients—for breakfast, lunch, and dinner.
La Crema Tapas & Chocolate
Sophisticated and cozy, does Spanish-inspired small plates right: paella, empanadas, tostadas, and, of course, plenty of chocolate. (Translation: Don’t skip dessert here.) Try the fondue, chocolate soup, or thick-sipping chocolate—because you can’t go wrong with warm, melty confections.
Pescado Seafood Grill & Rooftop Bar
Watch the sunset from rooftop patio as you enjoy your pick of clams, mussels, or lobster. Dinner and a Gulf view? Sign us up.
Right off Rosemary Beach’s Central Square, has a menu that changes seasonally, though quality Gulf seafood, like the wasabi-pea encrusted tuna pictured here, is always a staple. Dine early—sit in the main dining room, patio, or full-service lounge—to take advantage of the primo dinner special: $10 off all entrées between 5:00 and 5:45.
Southside Slice Pizzeria
The best way to enjoy the surf and turf pizza—our favorite—from is by grabbing a pie for the sand. This tucked-away little pizza joint also serves sandwiches, salads, beer, and wine (in beach-friendly cans!).