If you're looking to have a stellar meal on the beach with a view of the Gulf Coast, look no further than Beach Bistro. Unlike many spots that may sacrifice flavor for location, Beach Bistro gives you the perfect setting with none of the sacrifices. This spot is widely respected by chefs and magazines alike for its culinary creations and sunset views.
Beach Bistro was opened by Sean Murphy and Susan Timmins in 1987 with lofty goals of perfecting the culinary experience. To do this, they've gathered a power team of professionals that give Beach Bistro its award-winning status. Sean believes that "If you strive for perfection, you will achieve a high degree of excellence a good part of the time", and critics agree that Beach Bistro does just that. They've been hailed by Zagat, The New York Times, and Food & Wine Magazine to name a few.
The team at Beach Bistro knows that excellent flavor starts with the best ingredients. They source from only the best meat providers in the country, and they personally know all fish-providers. Once the best ingredients reach the team at Beach Bistro, they are transformed into tantalizing dishes with unique flavor profiles you won't find anywhere else on the beach. Of all the food here, a few items stand out, and they include the grouper, the signature "one helluva soup", seafood bouillabaisse, and duckling confit. You can choose to dine a la carte or opt for prix-fixe menu that includes all of the restaurant's favorites.
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