This humble roadside BBQ parlor serves some of the finest smoked meat in the Florida panhandle. Chicken and ribs are especially succulent, and the Brunswick stew is not to be missed.
A happy little breakfast-and-lunch roadside cafe serving quality salads and sandwiches, Dolly's is a favorite among locals who come to chat as well as to chew. It is known for pies, sold whole to take home or by the slice for on-premises dessert.
A casual but sophisticated restaurant with a seafood-focused menu, the Great Southern Café specializes in "new-fashion Southern cuisine." Not to miss: smoked Gouda cheese grits and Key lime pie.
Friendly, happy, rough-around-the-edges, Lynn’s is an outstanding destination for oyster-lovers along Florida’s “forgotten coast.” Raw or baked, these are some of the best.
Surrounded by a thick pine and oak forest, Wakulla Springs Lodge is a retreat for nature lovers where good southern food is served three times a day. Especially notable are fried chicken and legendary Navy bean soup.
A smokehouse and raw fish store by the side of the road, Mineral Springs makes a specialty of smoked fish spreads. There is no place to dine on premises, but it behooves all lovers of smoked fish to stop here for takeaway.
Boss Oyster is one of the best places to eat the oysters for which Apalachicola is famous. In addition, Florida shrimp, flounder, grouper, and redfish make this a destination sure to please seafood lovers.