Suburban Extended Stay Hotel
4432 W. Highway 98
Panama City, FL 32401
Phone: (850) 215-6655
Fax: (850) 215-6672
4432 W. Highway 98, Panama City, FL, US, 32401
- Phone: (850) 215-6655
- Fax: (850) 215-6672
This oyster bar and seafood shack specializes in the local Apalachicola variety of the shellfish. They are large, juicy, and extremely plentiful in the area, so make sure to sample a dozen i you stop in here, whether you prefer them fried, baked, battered, or simply raw on the half-shell. This place also specializes in other seafood dishes such as salads, sandwiches, and fried or steamed delicacies. There is also a selection of beers with which to wash it all down.
Maybe it's the fact you can smoke inside, maybe its the nine huge TV's, or maybe its just the relaxed atmosphere and friendly attitude. If you hear people say they're heading to "the usual" you can bet that means J Krash's. On weekends, the place comes alive with your favorite rock hits as well as new up-and-coming bands, all performing live. So grab your wallet and some friends and head on down!
Relax in a tropical paradise while at this casual dining restaurant which features the largest Palapa Hut in the United States and offers an array of fresh seafood prepared in unique Caribbean and Cajun styles. Delicious, frosty tropical drinks complement your meal and nightly live entertainment is provided. They are open seasonally from April to September.
Panama City Beach is great for the beach, sun, pitchers overflowing with beer, and all the fried fish you care to eat. It's always a great time at Panama City Beach. But what of the humble foodie? Sure, they down onion rings, burgers, and bar food at beach-front joints without complaint, but they do not vocalize their soul's greatest desires. Look deep into the dear foodie's eyes, who may be your friend. You will see they yearn for buttery foie gras, lightly sauteed escargot, or perfectly seared fish with a lovely hollandaise. Luckily, the foodie will not have to flee to New York City or another food capital to get their fix. 30 Degree Blue is a fine dining restaurant right in Panama City Beach. So do the foodie a favor. Take them to 30 Degree Blue and let them feast on fine wine and dishes like Osso Bucco and Baked Lemon Sole with a lobster hollandaise.
Open daily for lunch and dinner, this seafood restaurant is known for serving locally fresh seafood such as oysters, crabs, lobster, flounder, and grouper.
Enjoy some of the best burgers and sandwiches on the beach while at this fun filled restaurant which is open daily for lunch and dinner and is famous for their salsa which is served warm and originates from a family recipe over a 100 years old. The salsa can be purchased at the restaurant and they are open daily for lunch and dinner.
Enjoy a unique and charming dining experience while at this restaurant that is open nightly for dinner and allows diners to watch the fishing boats unload the day's catch onto the dock directly behind the restaurant while indulging in scrumptious seafood.
This boat of a restaurant offers an all you can eat buffet featuring steak, seafood, and pasta. Easy listeners will be happy with the musical selection played aboard the Lady Anderson. Get things loose with a few cocktails located at the ship's bar. The ship also offers various events like the Gospel Cruise or Country Comedy Cruise.
Participate in a piece of local tradition and get your seafood fix at Captain Anderson's. Since 1967, this family owned and operated, award-winning, restaurant has delighted guests with its dedication to serving the very best seafood the Florida coast has to offer. Working with the fishermen to preserve the natural integrity of the Gulf of Mexico and the Apalachicola Bay, Captain Anderson's menu is extensive and mouth-watering. Try their "Famous" Grilled Bay Shrimp, or perhaps one of the "World's Finest" Seafood Platters. If you aren't in the mood for fish, Captain Anderson's is sure to please with offerings of pasta or Certified Angus Beef. To make your meal memorable, the menu also suggests wine pairings for many courses. Participate in local tradition and dine early to watch the fishermen unload the catch of the day. Captain Anderson's takes no reservations, so make sure you get there in time to get a seat!
Warning: When visiting The Boatyard you may experience symptoms like relaxation, tranquility, or leisure. You may be tempted to chill out, kick back, or even ease off. If you or a loved one is exhibiting these manifestations, don't panic. The best thing to do is give in and ride it out. The condition is called the Hang Loose Syndrome, or HLS, and can strike in casual, comfortable atmospheres such as The Boatyard. Symptoms can become aggravated if mixed with dishes like Coconut Crusted Grouper or Lobster Relleno. To alleviate symptoms, sufferers are advised to leave The Boatyard and go to work.
This unique restaurant is the only Mesquite Grill in Panama City Beach and they offer terrific Black Angus meats, fresh fish, real Florida bay scallops, and Apalachicola oysters on their menu. You can watch the dishes sizzle on the grill from behind a large plate glass window and they are open nightly for dinner.
At the Bonefish Grill begin your fishy experience with starters like saucy gulf shrimp, mussels Josephine, or crispy calamari and move onto their signature dish. Each one of them is oak flavored—the pistachio parmesan crusted rainbow trout, mahi mahi piccata, and tenderloin portabella pasta. You could order steaks or chops if fish is not your thing. Chicken, pasta and soups would be a good choice too! Order your martini or cocktail the way you like it and for you wine lover, there's an entire list to choose from!