Welcome to our Secrets of Panama City Beach series, showing you things about the beach, you’ve never dreamed of.
January is in the process of packing up it’s toys and that sneaky spring break season is peeking around the corner.
It’s still a bit chilly, but with a collective yawn, the whole town seems to be stirring from it’s sleepy winter mode and we are HUNGRY.
This week’s Secrets of PCB adventure, takes us to Salty Sue’s.
Over the years this fine restaurant has undergone several changes, despite these transformations, their mouth-watering BBQ has remained the same. As well at that cheeky pig statue, waving you in with a seemingly proud air about him, and a knowing look that appears to say “I’m Delicious!”
Salty Sue’s features a relaxed atmosphere, sports bar area, and great outdoor seating. Their quick service and friendly staff makes this a true favorite among the locals. Ask any patron what they would recommend and you’ll quickly find a popular must-have off the lunch menu is the Pulled Pork Sandwich.
If you don’t see this on the menu, don’t worry! All you have to do is ask, and they’ll happily whip up this tasty treat for you. Salty Sue’s offers a variety of sauces for your pork, ranging from fiery hot to sticky sweet. Their side items leans toward the customary favorites like: potato salad, cole slaw, beans, okra and mac-n-cheese.
Now that we’ve validated Salty Sue’s reputation for delicious swine, it brings us great pleasure to announce that their seafood is quite exceptional as well. In fact, the staff at Salty Sue’s prides themselves on their oysters, and rightfully so, but don’t take our word for it. The best way to test this scrumptiousness, is to pack up that horseradish sauce and head on over there.
Over all, there’s something for everyone at Salty Sue’s. Traditional Southern comfort food, great fresh seafood, and a reasonably priced lunch menu, rounds out their considerable appeal.
During warmer days, there’s a large outdoor porch to enjoy which offers an additional treat to all those dog lovers out there. Salty Sue’s is elated to announce they’ve obtained their city doggie dining permit. Do you know what that means?
It means that on the third Thursday of each month, Salty Sue’s has “Yappy Hour” for Fido.
During “Yappy Hour”, Salty Sue’s will be hosting patrons and their pets on their outdoor dining deck. All you need to do is bring your canine and a $5 donation. Donations will go to a local dog rescue organization. Good fun, good food and good causes. What more can one little town handle!?
Salty Sue’s sits just off of HWY 98 on the far West end of the beach. Whether you are looking for a place to escape the chilly air, get some great BBQ, eat some oysters, or just want to enjoy the nice sunny days that PCB offers, Salty Sue’s is a place you don’t want to miss.Print Story