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Tag Archives: Pensacola Beach
You’d expect a selection of beers at a hotdog joint named the Dog House Deli, but mimosas? You can get a hotdog any way you can imagine — and a mimosa, too — at this Pensacola Beach, Fla., favorite. Truth … Continue reading
Chef Gregg McCarthy may joke that while he’s from upstate New York, he still knows how to stir up an excellent seafood gumbo – and he certainly knows how to turn a dense praline into a delicate, thin basket and … Continue reading
I’ve never been a car nut, but I know to appreciate good lines, big engines and lots of car wax. There’s a Corvette show in progress right outside the Taste of the Beach food festival in Pensacola Beach, where I’m … Continue reading
Two classic promotional signs serving Pensacola Beach, Florida, are landmarks in American tourism promotion. One is the Pensacola Beach directional sign along Gulf Breeze Parkway, which confirms to drivers that they are getting close to white sand and splashing surf. … Continue reading
If you must work while on the road, you may as well have a nice office. Here’s mine right now at the Hilton Pensacola Beach. It’s my staging ground for the Taste of the Beach food festival. Chef and TV … Continue reading
PENSACOLA, Fla. – April has begun in fine fashion in the Pensacola Bay Area. Beach walking is perfect on Pensacola Beach and along Perdido Key, the Navy’s Blue Angels demonstration flight team has been practicing (despite uncertainly caused by the … Continue reading
Florida’s Pensacola Bay area is ready for a relaxing Labor Day weekend after days of anxiety about Hurricane Isaac. The destination’s hotels, condos, restaurants, attractions and businesses are open and ready for visitors on the weekend that traditionally caps off … Continue reading