Thanksgiving on the Gulf Coast

We’re just days away from another wonderful Thanksgiving and we hope you’ll spend it with us on our balmy beaches. We know it wouldn’t be Thanksgiving without a turkey and some scrumpticous pumpkin pie and each of our Northwest Florida vacation rentals is fully equipped for your cooking needs!

We understand you’re on vacation so cooking a big meal may not be in your plans, but we also understand you don’t want to miss out on all that great food! Finding an open restaurant on Thanksgiving in an unfamiliar city can be taxing, however, so our Southern staff has compiled a list to help you out.

You will find many restaurants and resorts hosting traditional Thanksgiving dinner, with some even throwing in a great Gulf Coast spin – seafood! Browse our Thanksgiving restaurant list to find a terrific holiday meal in Fort Walton Beach, Destin, South Walton, Pensacola Beach, Perdido Key and Panama City Beach, Florida.

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6 Responses to Thanksgiving on the Gulf Coast

  1. david stanton says:

    Can you please send me your list of restaurants/resorts serving Thanksgiving meals this year(2013)?

  2. kbrooks says:

    Hi David,

    The restaurants featured in the list are traditionally open every Thanksgiving. We would recommend calling ahead to be sure.

  3. Jenelle says:

    I’m not able to find the list on this website you refer to in the article.

  4. kbrooks says:

    Sorry about that! You can find the list here: http://www.southernresorts.com/thanksgiving/

  5. Marvin Goodspeed says:

    What restaurants are open this thanksgiving 2014 in pensacola florida?

  6. Kerry says:

    Hi Marvin,

    Jackson’s Steakhouse and The Fish House will both be open. You can see more at SouthernResorts.com/Thanksgiving

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