Dining on 30A

There’s a reason that Prominence is one of 30A’s most coveted vacation destinations. It’s located just a short distance from the best of what 30A has to offer from unique shopping to fabulous restaurants that will leave you satisfied after every meal. Near Prominence, the dining scene is particularly good, especially with The Big Chill just steps away from your accommodations. Read on to find out more about some of the area’s best restaurants below.

Food Near Prominence on 30a

Amavida Coffee & Tea

Nestled in Rosemary Beach, Amavida Coffee & Tea gets its name from the Spanish words for love and life, amar and vida. Located in Rosemary Beach and Seaside.

Café Thirty-A

At Café Thirty-A, high-quality, fine dining cuisine is served up in this Seagrove Beach institution with mouthwatering flavors, fine wines, and expertly crafted martinis, as well as superior customer service.

Angelina’s Pizzeria & Pasta

Angelina’s Pizzeria & Pasta stands out for its hand-tossed pizza and family-friendly atmosphere, conveniently located in nearby Seagrove Beach. 

Old Florida Fish House

The casual, family-friendly ambiance encourages diners to sample succulent gulf seafood, premium steaks, and high-quality sushi. Located less than 2 miles away from Prominence on 30A, or 4 minutes by car.

La Crema Tapas & Chocolate

This eatery in Rosemary Beach offers up tapas and chocolate in a friendly atmosphere. Pair your small plates with one of their fantastic wines.

La Crema Tapas & Chocolate is less than 4 miles away from Prominence.

The Perfect Pig

At The Perfect Pig, you’ll find everything from pulled pork sandwiches and Applewood smoked bacon to locally-caught grouper and gourmet grilled cheese sandwiches. 

The Perfect Pig is located in Seagrove Beach, less than 3 miles away from Prominence on 30A, or 6 minutes by car.

Food Near Prominence on 30a

Amici’s Italian Kitchen

Specializing in authentic Italian cuisine, Amici’s Italian Kitchen at 30Avenue in Inlet Beach is the perfect place for Neopolitan-style pizza baked and topped with locally-sourced ingredients. You can dine on filling pastas and entrees, share small plates, and indulge in flavorful wines, beers, and a full bar.

Donut Hole

Visit the Inlet Beach Donut Hole for a snack, dessert, or full meal in South Walton. The restaurant is famous for their freshly made donuts and pastries, in addition to serving up Southern classics.

Great Southern Café

Down-home cooking reigns supreme at Great Southern Café in Seaside, only it’s served up in new, exciting forms. Fresh local ingredients are crafted into overwhelmingly flavorful dishes of seafood, steak, burgers, southern breakfast items, and more. 

Surfing Deer

Named after Cube McGee and his famous pet deer, Bambi, who would play in the surf at the beach, this Seagrove restaurant is an excellent choice for experience local flavor—both in the food and in the culture.

Bud & Alley’s Waterfront Restaurant

One of the mainstays of the 30A culinary scene, Bud & Alley’s in Seaside was one of the first in the area to embrace the farm-to-table movement that has swept through the area, with local fish served up fresh and a fusion of Southern and Gulf Coast cuisines. Sunset is celebrated daily with the ringing of the bell. 

Big Bad Breakfast

Despite the restaurant’s name, Big Bad Breakfast goes beyond your traditional Southern breakfast experience to bring you award-winning culinary creations  that come from renowned James Beard chef, John Currence. Located in the Pointe complex at Inlet Beach.