Discover Restaurants offering the best American food in Freeport, Florida, United States. Freeport is a city in Walton County, Florida, United States. The population was 1,190 at the 2000 census. As of 2004, the population recorded by the U.S. Census Bureau was 1,427.
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4 based on 955 reviews
Straight from our local fishermen to your plate We offer a raw oyster bar, our special crab feast, shellfish, fish, and classic po-boy sandwiches.
We visited Bayou Billâs a looooong time ago (more than 10 years) and it didnât leave an impression so it never came up again when we visited Destin. We stopped in when the other restaurant we wanted to go to was closed and we were pleasantly surprised. Place was nice and clean and the menu had been expanded to include some great looking dishes. Everything we had was good the Parmesan Shrimp being the favorite. The salad with the smoked tuna, pimento cheese, and shrimp salad was also great. Service was excellent! We will definitely put Bayou Billâs back on the list.
4 based on 565 reviews
LouisLouis is the sister restaurant of the famous and iconic Red Bar. It is very similar in style, and cuisine, but has it's own charm, and uniqueness about it. LouisLouis is casual dining, but with great service, and fantastic food options. Our menu is n
We have been coming down to the Destin area for an October beach visit for years and only discovered Louis Louis three years ago. The food is excellent; the decor/atmosphere eclectic; the staff is very friendly and knowledgeable about their dishes; the owner is friendly and attentive (although we missed seeing him this is evening). Our food was excellent as usual. Heavy on the seafood (and why not?) you usually have five main entrees to choice from that are recommended for the evening with a few staple dishes that are always served. We enjoyed the Blackened Grouper, served with a salad and rice cake; Penne Pasta and shrimp served with a salad and pork loin served with a salad and mashed potatoes. Everything was tasty and cooked to perfection. For desserts, we had chocolate creme brulee and the best Key Lime pie we have every tasted. The desserts were homemade as was the whipped creme served on the side...heavenly!
5 based on 731 reviews
Chanticleer Eatery is off the beaten path, but well worth the few extra minutes to find! We really put our heart into all that we do at Chanticleer. We make all that we can from scratch and that doesn't mean heat and serve! We bake all of our bread, slow
Ok Iâm not going to be long winded but you will not go wrong if you order anything from here. I plan my trips by reviews and everything I have read about this place was spot on. GO! You will thank meEspecially for thePork chop - unbelievably goodShrimp and grits - what dreams are made ofCarrot cake homemade and huge!CookiesANY BREAD!Ok everything will be goodAnd ask for JoJoThey need to give her a raise
4 based on 469 reviews
A gem sitting directly on Choctawhatchee Bay at the southern foot of the 331 bridge, The Bay is Chef Jim Shirley's latest South Walton sensation. The family-friendly restaurant features mouth-watering Southern gulf coast cuisine, sushi, a 12-draft beer sy
My husband and I went there yesterday for a drink, thinking about staying for the music and bonfire.On entering restaurant we noticed a very strong smell of Garlic and grease not appetizing We were seated on the patio had a great view waited for around 10 minutes no server , we thought ok no table service my husband went to the bar and ordered our drinks, bartender did not utter one word except to give the total, while he was at the bar waitress came I said husband getting drinks, she then chastised me saying we have table service to which I said well no one waited on us ,and she said well I was not told I had a table , told her no big deal , she then asked if we were having dinner said no ,she grabbed the menus and left.First and last visitWe are very sorry to hear this and apologize that our service was not up to par. Would you please reach out to our GM - Joe Beane - at [email protected], with your contact info so he can get in touch and make this right? Thank you for the feedback. We will get to the bottom of this.
Soft-serve ice cream & signature shakes top the menu at this classic burger & fries fast-food chain.
How do you screw up an ice cream???? Half filled as you can see in the picture and left out an ingredient!!
Finally tried this place and really liked it. Great flavors. We had the crawfish pups, shrimp po-boy (special today) and blackened shrimp tacos. Everything was awesome but crawfish pups were especially amazing! Will definitely be going back here. Canât wait to try the gumbo at future visit.
Cafe 20 is a quintessential Dinner of the 60s with a full menu available from open to close.My wife and I thoroughly enjoyed the basic staples of America that included: Cheeseburgers, fries, homemade chili and salad. The food is fresh, very tasty and the portions are filling.All of our selections were exemplary and we would have again. The Staff members are awesome being customer centric and very nice.Prices are very good .Locals Love this restaurant nestled in the middle of Freeport.Whether youâre traveling through Freeport or a local, I highly recommend you visit Cafe 20 for a great meal; breakfast, lunch, or dinner!
4 based on 43 reviews
My wife and I visited the Freeport cafÃ© on Sunday morning. This place is a diamond in the rough. It is a very typical âhole in the wallâ type restaurant. It is authentic down to the folding tables with vinyl tablecloths and miss matched silverware. No frills or foo foo creations - just GREAT FOOD. Their breakfast menu is extensive and everything was absolutely prepared to perfection. I highly recommend the hash brown potatoes When ordering breakfast. They are cooked to order with onions and come out crispy and delicious. They have no problem adding extra crispness if you ask. Thatâs the way I like mine. I also recommend any of their daily specials. Itâs hard to beat two eggs cooked to order with sausage, potatoes and toast for $6.29. Wow!
4 based on 163 reviews
My family and I have eaten here many times, but this will be our last visit. The service was excellent and our waitress was great, but everything else was rather disappointing. We ordered the tuna dip. They were out. We ordered mullet. They were out. We ordered oysters. They were out. Finally settled on triple tail fish and shrimp. Fish was bland and tasteless. Both the fish and shrimp had way too much batter. The cole slaw and hush puppies were good. I was very disappointed. The food wasnât cheap either. Iâm going to stick with Stewbyâs in Ft. Walton. Itâs far superior to Nickâs.
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