Gulf Breeze Travel Guide

  • One Car of many
    One Car of many
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    Menu front
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    Inside of the restaurant
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Gulf Breeze Things to Do

  • After leaving the beach....

    by NorthernGal Written Mar 30, 2003

    One thing about this area - you can usually find a variety of things to do. The best thing is to get the local paper on a Friday and check out the weekend section for a schedule of events, or make use of the free papers you see around town.
    There's a big indoor flea market every weekend on 98, right across from the zoo.
    The movie theatre has stadium type seating and a great sound system.
    You can't beat the fishing off the Pensacola Bridge, and you just may get to see the local
    man who hangs out on a cross. You can visit the bait shop before you hit the bridge - look on the left before you go over.
    If you don't catch anything, head on over to Joe Pattis on the other side of the Bridge, where you can buy fresh fish, cold cuts and warm bread.
    Just a few ideas...It's a good idea to visit the visitors center on the Pensacola side of the bridge for more info.

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Gulf Breeze Hotels

  • Bay Beach Inn

    First off, I must say that im not to fond of staying at hotels. This was actually the first time I'd...

  • Five Flags Inn

    299 Fort Pickens Rd, , Gulf Breeze, Florida 32561

Gulf Breeze Restaurants

  • Toro Bravo Mex Mex Grill: The best Mexican in the area

    by Shannondor Written Aug 10, 2008

    As soon as you walk in you know you are in for a treat ..they greet you at the door seat you and take your drink order.The salsa and chips are great but it is the main fare that will get you coming back ..It was fantastic food is a must try if you are in the area ..oh and the Margaritas are BIG

    Favorite Dish: I have tried many items on the menue and have not been disapointed with any of them

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    Toro Bravo Mex-Mex Grill: Quick Service

    by grandmaR Written Dec 28, 2005

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    Favorite Dish: This is not the Tex-Mex Grill. It really is the Mex-Mex. See photo 3.

    They had the chips and salsa on the table almost before we had a chance to open our menu. I couldn't quite place the flavor in the dark dip (photo 2).

    Bob had a Combo #17 for $7.25 (burrito, enchillada, rice and beans).

    I got a cheese quesadilla ($3.90), iced tea ($1.65) and a fried ice cream ($2.25) which was made with strawberry ice cream.

    Bob's Combo #17 - $7.25 Two kinds of salsa dip Menu front Inside of the restaurant Strawberry fried ice cream $2.25
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  • Papas' Pizza: Best Pizza/dessert

    by NorthernGal Updated Mar 30, 2003

    Best pizza in the area, especially if you ask for a little crispier crust.

    Favorite Dish: Limited entrees, but good food all around. They have the best desserts - check out the carrot cake or tiramisu, made for them by a local pastry chef. Yum. You can sit and eat, while admiring what they've done to the place, but it's mainly takeout. I understand they have a place on the beach but haven't been there yet.

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