Like a lot of towns across the country, Pensacola has seen a recent surge in food trucks and all the creative cuisine that comes from them.
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Tuesdays nights from spring to fall, head to Casino Beach for music, drinks and people-watching.
Bands on the Beach, a free summer concert series presented by the Santa Rosa Island Authority, runs the first Tuesday in April through the last Tuesday in October.
Pensacola is known for its blue skies and blue waters.
But there’s another ‘something blue’ we take a lot of pride in here – the U.S. Navy Flight Demonstration Squadron, known as the Blue Angels.
One of our favorite ways to explore beautiful Pensacola Beach is on two wheels.
Lucky for you, we’ve got the wheels … if you’ve got the inclination to hop on and go wherever the day takes you.
Looking to do some watersports on Pensacola Beach? Pensacola Beach is home to many friendly and knowledgeable recreational vendors, when you feel the need for speed. From parasailing to jet skiing, here’s our list of ‘purveyors of fun’.
Looking for the best sunset on Pensacola Beach? When you come to the beach, it’s a perfect time to relax and rediscover all the best things in life.
Beat your boredom with a trip to the Pensacola Beach Boardwalk, a colorful place with a colorful assortment of shops, restaurants, bars, watersports vendors and more.
Peg Leg’s Pete’s Pensacola Beach is a seafood shanty on the Western end of Pensacola Beach and is renowned for its fresh oysters, fried seafood and fun atmosphere – a triple threat for a beach bar and restaurant.
When it comes to nightlife on Pensacola Beach, nothing quite compares to the Sandshaker. When you walk in, there’s a certain sense of nostalgia, even if you’ve never been here before … a feeling of discovering a spot unlike anywhere else, that also seems vaguely familiar.