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GT’s has tons of outdoor seating, signature drinks and something on the menu for everyone.
Salt has all of the latest beach trends and homemade salt scrubs.
Forland Family Market has lots of fresh local produce and other items to take home.
Moe’s has Alabama style BBQ overlooking a beautiful pecan orchard.
Joining its sister restaurants, Cosmo’s and Cobalt, two of the most popular dining destinations in town, Luna’s Eat and Drink opened in Orange Beach in May 2016.
With a tagline to “Indulge Your Senses,” the high energy eatery is known for its quality food and huge variety of craft beers.
There are meals. And then there are experiences.
You’re here to make memories. You want to know the fun things to do. Someone says you have to go the Wharf. You think, “The WHARF? Aren’t wharfs sort of stinky places where fisherman offload their catch of the day?”
There are places that change the very landscape of a community. Some do it culturally, while others do it with their mere physical presence. A few rare gems do both.
“If it ain’t fried, it ain’t cooked” is an old Southern food saying that rings true when it comes to Shrimp Basket restaurants.
Most beach-goers are completely satisfied with lounging in a chair on the beach for hours, but if you have the urge to ‘live a little’ while you’re here exploring, we’ve discovered the best seat in the house.
Let’s just say it’s kind of a big deal. Past headliners include the Dave Matthews Band, Red Hot Chili Peppers, Stevie Wonder and other fan favorites.
When you’re reading a blog dedicated to getting your toes in the sand, you might not expect historic forts to be part of the territory.
Alabama’s coastal cities of Orange Beach and Gulf Shores are so close together, you are not likely to notice when you leave one and enter the other
A well known travel truism is “When in Rome, do as the Romans do.” If you want to live by this credo while vacationing in Orange Beach, Ala., you should seek advice from your beach chair attendant.
The Flora-Bama may get it’s name from its stance on the sandy line separating the Florida and Alabama Gulf Coast, but we say that line represents much more than the map.
As an off-“chute” of their successful Southern Rose Dolphin Cruise business, Chris and Janet Eberly started Chute ‘Em Up Parasailing in 2004 with one 6-passenger boat.