Your best meal ever and no dishes to wash. Just memories to savor.
We here in Panama City Beach have so much for which to be thankful, and we sure are thankful for our friends who come to visit for the holidays. Several area restaurants are going all out to serve a delicious Thanksgiving dinner. Check out these menus: there’s more than just turkey! Several of these restaurants are accepting reservations as well- call now and come on down and relax!
Boatyard on Grand Lagoon is offering the traditional turkey day dinner- AND leftovers! They’re taking reservations, and just like Mom or Dad, Chef will come to your table and carve your turkey. You’ll have vegetables and all the old favorites. Then YOU get to take the leftovers home and have turkey sandwiches for the rest of the week. Call (850) 249-9273 for reservations by November 24th. $17 per person plus tax/gratuity with a required minimum amount of four guests or $68 to secure a whole turkey.
Everyone’s favorite summer spot is serving up a Thanksgiving buffet as well. The Breakers will have dinner, all your friends, and a Gulf front view. For reservations and menu inquiriess, call (850)234-6060.
Kingfish Restaurant and Sushi Bar
The Bay Point Marriott’s Kingfish offers a gourmet Thanksgiving menu starting with maple roasted turkey with sage butter, orange bourbon glazed pit ham, herb-marinated slow roasted prime rib, blackened mahi-mahi, rosemary crusted leg of lamb. And that’s just the beginning of the kitchen’s delights! Chef Lilia will even have her sushi station open. And imagine the desserts! Call (850) 236-6075 for reservations. $29.95 per person.
Always delicious Saltwater Grill, home of the giant fish tank, also is offering a Thanksgiving Day buffet Beginning at 11 a.m. offerings include roasted turkey giblet gravy, prime rib au jus, mahi mahi, sweet potato souffle, garlic mashed potatoes, and a full range of fall classic pies: pecan, pumpkin, and all your holiday delectables. $19.95, adults, $9.95, children under 12.
Publix will be closed on Thanksgiving Day, as will Winn-Dixie. Both re-open Friday for regular business hours.
Come down, dig in, relax and enjoy the family (or a little solitude before the mad rush next month.)Print Story