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    As many times as I've been to the Funament,I'm always looking for good places to eat especially by boat.Post up all your picks.
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    Dewey Destin's by the bay with a view of Crab Island ...


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    • #3
      That would be the original Dewey Destins. []. I can say that I would stay away from Crab Island Catina - food isn't that good and service not much better. Too bad as the location rocks. Hard to beat Harbor Docks while in Destin.

      Some outside of Destin:

      Helenback, just on the west side of the Brooks bridge is a fun place. Across from there is nauti girls and next door is Cafe Italian which is REALLY good.

      Also Northlight marina in niceville has a great little restaurant and great place for lunch.
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      • #4
        Dewey's

        The boat house

        Harbor docks

        They may be touristy but I dig'em
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        • #5
          Yep,I've hit the usual spots many times and certainly have my favorites(even if they are touristy).I'm looking for something that may be a little bit of a fun ride to get to besides the idle speed only harbor.
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          • #6
            If you want a run, it's HARD to beat Baytowne at Sandestin. A bunch of great restaurants, small shops for the ladies, zip lines and other neat stuff for the kids. Oh yeah, it's also were all the high end fishing boats and yachts are kept. [8D]
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            • #7
              quote:


              Originally posted by Sailor


              If you want a run, it's HARD to beat Baytowne at Sandestin. A bunch of great restaurants, small shops for the ladies, zip lines and other neat stuff for the kids. Oh yeah, it's also were all the high end fishing boats and yachts are kept. [8D]



              Yeah,I've thought of that before.I've been there by car a few times but never docked.It's a neat place and certainly something I may have to plan a day around.
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              • #8
                Troy,

                Let us know and we will piggy back with you. I do have a boat full of 9 people but I would liek to venture out more for dinner by boat. I am also celebrating my 40th on the 18th so I am sure we will be going out that night....[][][:0]
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                • #9
                  quote:


                  Originally posted by snappergapper


                  Troy,

                  Let us know and we will piggy back with you. I do have a boat full of 9 people but I would liek to venture out more for dinner by boat. I am also celebrating my 40th on the 18th so I am sure we will be going out that night....[][][:0]



                  Marc,you're welcome anytime.I plan to go to Baytowne at some point and make a little bit of a day out of it.The run over isn't bad,but coming back at night may be a little tricky in unfamiliar waters.I would plan to leave before dark but you never know.
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                  • #10
                    The trip to Baytown and back is good. Access through the shallows in/out of the marina is very narrow, but well marked and straight through. Navigating the bay at night is pretty easy. Just go out and set three or four way points to track back against.

                    If you want a long ride that is fun then both Panama City and Pensacola are easy to get to. The trip to Pensacola is more scenic since you don't have to go through a big ditch, but either way is fun.
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                    • #11
                      Forgot to add, that Boshamps on the Harbor is getting very good reviews. Dockage is an issue, unless you don't mind wading in.
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                      • #12
                        How Steve brings the Viking mother ship out and we raft up for dinner by boat
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                        • #13
                          That's my favorite thing to do is dinner boat cruise. Troy you need a radar on that girl
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                          • #14
                            quote:


                            Originally posted by DestinBound


                            The trip to Baytown and back is good. Access through the shallows in/out of the marina is very narrow, but well marked and straight through. Navigating the bay at night is pretty easy. Just go out and set three or four way points to track back against.


                            If you want a long ride that is fun then both Panama City and Pensacola are easy to get to. The trip to Pensacola is more scenic since you don't have to go through a big ditch, but either way is fun.


                            What are some places to try in Pcola? I'm talking lunch.
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                            • #15
                              quote:


                              Originally posted by Doc Fees


                              quote:


                              Originally posted by DestinBound


                              The trip to Baytown and back is good. Access through the shallows in/out of the marina is very narrow, but well marked and straight through. Navigating the bay at night is pretty easy. Just go out and set three or four way points to track back against.


                              If you want a long ride that is fun then both Panama City and Pensacola are easy to get to. The trip to Pensacola is more scenic since you don't have to go through a big ditch, but either way is fun.


                              What are some places to try in Pcola? I'm talking lunch.



                              You could do Juana's Pagoda in Navarre. Not quite as long and a fun place.

                              http://www.juanaspagodas.com/
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