Imagine getting ready for a beach trip and thinking about all the wonderful food and drink places just waiting for you. Every beach has those iconic spots that you must check out and try! Craving fish tacos, oysters, brunch, or burgers? Or a handcrafted cocktail to go along with one of these amazing foods? We got you covered in this list of places to try around the US. Spend more time making memories rather than deciding where to eat!
The Beachcomber at Crystal Cove, Newport Coast, CaliforniaThis seaside spot is a place in Southern California you’ll want to check out! If you are a fan of Neo American food with a twist, this is the place to be! The Beachcomber serves up an array of options for everyone from Mahi-Mahi spring rolls to Ahi Tacos and more. Reservations are recommended since the restaurant gets full fast.
Bill’s By The Beach, Gulf Shore, AlabamaBill’s serves up fresh seafood that is tagged so you know exactly where, when, and how your food was caught. They are known for their house-made Bienville sauce that pairs great with their oyster Bienville (fried oysters on gouda and white cheddar crostini and the Bienville sauce on top). If you’re not feeling oysters, try their shrimp that is coated in creole spices that reassure you, you’re in the south.
The Circle at the Breakers, Palm Beach, FloridaWhen you think of seaside restaurants, do you immediately think of casual dining? The Circle at Breakers is more upscale. You are surrounded by gorgeous 30 ft ceilings covered in Italian style murals and frescoes. They are known as one of the best brunch places in America. Visit their beautiful hot and cold breakfast buffets which include omelets and crepes, and don’t forget about the mimosas!
Manhattan Beach Post, Manhattan Beach, CaliforniaThis spot is one to add to your list if you are in California. The menu is always changing for the seasons but is still based around breads, seafood, meats, and vegetables. There are always five beers on draft and 12 bottled beers to choose from. Each of these handcrafted beers or bottled beers represent different regions or styles around the country. If beer isn’t your forte, maybe a signature cocktail or 30 wines by the glass and over 100 bottles of wine are more of your style. Each of these drinks can be paired with any of the menu items to make your meal even more enjoyable.