Restaurants in Enterprise

43% Off Seafood, Steak, and Cocktails at Groovy Grouper Grill

Destin

$30 $17

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Pan-seared grouper thermidor with seaweed rice, bone-in pork with mashed sweet potatoes, and fish and chips; handcrafted cocktails and wine

43% Off at Roberto's Italian Pizzeria

Miramar Beach

$30 $17

Italian dinner specialties in a restaurant filled with flat-screen TVs and endless game-day coverage

Half Off Seafood at Poppy's Seafood Factory

Miramar Beach

$50 $25

This casual, fine dining restaurant serves up blackened lobster, boiled seafood, steaks, and pasta

Half Off at Hammerhead's Bar & Grille

The Village of Baytowne Wharf

$30 $15

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Buckets of boiled shellfish and platters of fried seafood pair with tropical cocktails on the bay with dockside dining

Up to 40% Off American Comfort Food at Old Hag's Cafe

Fort Walton Beach

$25 $15

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Chefs create traditional American comfort food recipes such as meatloaf, fish of the day, homemade macaroni and cheese, and chicken pot pie

40% Off Deli Sandwiches at Schlotzsky's

Montgomery

$10 $6

Chefs layer sandwiches with premium deli ingredients, or craft platters of sandwiches for catered events of 10-14 people

50% Off at TokyoSteak House & Sushi Bar

Panama City

$30 $15

Diners can dig into a wide variety of delectable Japanese dishes, including sushi, sashimi, and grilled entrees prepared on a hibachi

50% Off at Momma Goldberg's Deli

Multiple Locations

$16 $8

(862)

Soups, salads, and made-to-order sandwiches layered with meats such as roast beef and smoked turkey, served with spicy brown mustard

45% Off from Hungry Howie's Pizza

Columbus

$20 $11

Customers can personalize their pizzas all the way down to the crust, with eight flavor options that include onion, ranch, and garlic herb

50% Off Indian Food at Tajmahal Indian Restaurant

Columbus

$20 $10

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Traditional Indian dishes, such as rice crepes filled with vegetables, lamb in spicy vindaloo curry, and chicken stewed in spinach

45% Off Classic American Fare at Sports Page

Columbus

$20 $11

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More than 60 televisions; all sports and pay-per-view WWE events can be displayed on one 200-inch and three 115-inch screens

50% Off Mediterranean Food at Piesanos

Hamilton

$30 $15

In a welcoming, warm-colored dining room decorated with family photos, customers dine on freshly prepared Italian and Mediterranean fare

49% Off a Sandwich Party Platter at Roly Poly

Multiple Locations

$36.95 $19

Choose from more than 35 cold wraps and hot-pressed sandwiches, or build your own; party platters come piled with 20 sandwich quarters

Select Local Merchants

The Factory bakes sizzling pizza pies and assembles an assortment of specialty ice-cream dishes in a classic checker-floored parlor atmosphere. Cooks paint Hunt Brothers pizza ($9.49/large) in selections from a palette of toppings, and Hunt Brothers wings ($2.79/5 pieces) play pranks on unsuspecting taste buds using buckets of zestily flavored heat-sauce. A specialty sundae puts out flavor fires with creamy scoops of Blue Bell ice cream slathered in syrups and more ($4.25). The Factory’s thick blended milkshakes cover a five-part flavor spectrum, from the familiar chocolate to the unsettled and constantly plotting conspiracy theories about melting that come with Mocha Madness ($3.45). To avoid overheating, hot dogs lazily recline on soft buns, appreciating the cool balm of relish and mustard ($1.50). Customers can also call in orders for pizza and wings and may request to speak to specific food items if they're available.

112 S Randolph Ave
Eufaula,
AL
US

With multiple locations throughout northwest Florida, Helen Back Cafe does its best to ensure that cold drinks and hot comfort foods are always nearby. The eateries' signature items are its hearty pizzas. These hand-tossed pies won the 2012 reader' choice poll for Best Pizza in Emerald Coast Magazine, and Esquire urged readers to visit and, "eat the best pizza you've ever shoved in your sunburned face."

With 17 toppings available—including everything from meatballs and jalapeños to chicken and onion—patrons are able to build their own custom pie from scratch. A small selection of sandwiches and other classic finger foods round out the menus, giving visitors snacks to nibble as they enjoy a frosty beer or cocktail from the bar and listen to the live bands on select Friday and Saturday evenings.

For Helen Back Cafe, keeping customers happy is almost as important as giving back to the communities it serves. The staff regularly provides donations to charitable causes, and Helen Back Cafe proudly supports The Special Ops Warrior Foundation, which helps the dependents of fallen soldiers continue advancing their educations.

1701 Highway 85
Eglin Afb,
FL
US

Ed's Hometown Seafood and Steaks caters to the entire family with a menu full of seafood specialties, steaks, and burgers for lunch and dinner. Kids might get a kick out of watching the lobsters in the live lobster tank, while adults might enjoy picking which lobster could best drive a tank. The staff prepares other fresh seafood such as soft-shell crab, Bayou catfish, and seafood gumbo. They balance the menu out a bit by also searing tender baby back ribs and juicy steaks. An adjoining sports bar has a full-service bar and hosts monthly dart tournaments and poker nights.

1027 John Sims Pkwy E
Niceville,
FL
US

For more than two decades, Bud & Alley’s, winner of Florida Trend magazine's 2010 Golden Spoon Award, has sated appetites with steak and seafood fare and filled eyes with panoramic views of the Gulf of Mexico. After taking a seat in the relaxed yet elegant dining room, guests peruse the dinner menu's tempting entrees, such as steamed Prince Edward Island mussels flavored with thyme, feta, and a kick of chili flakes on grilled tuscan bread ($24). Southern-inspired sides enhance seafood plates, from a seared red snapper teamed up with sweet dill succotash and okra ($31) to seared diver scallops paired with creamy grits, fried capers, and an edible bust of William Faulkner ($32). A fillet steak served with portobello mushrooms and asparagus ($33) sets the stage for a classic romantic meal as couples clink and enemies hurl martinis or glasses of wine across the table ($8+). A visit to the rooftop bar infuses meals with a festive mood as revelers enjoy spectacular ocean views and sample a selection of top-shelf tequilas from Jose Cuervo, Patrón, and Sauza ($9).

2236 E County Highway 30A
Santa Rosa Beach,
FL
US

Scenically perched over the Gulf of Mexico's inviting waters, the seafaring chefs at Harbor Docks whip together tasty treasures crafted from the sea's naturally briny bounty. A parade of ceremonious appetizers opens oceanic feasts with fried crab claws ($10.99+) and fried grouper cheeks ($10.99); stuffed mushrooms are filled with less expressive, but equally delicious lump crab and monterey jack ($11.99). Famished fishermen can sink teeth and hooks into the market-priced catch of the day, culled from Harbor Docks's wholesale market and prepared to your taste, whether you prefer your fish blackened, broiled, sautéed, fried, chargrilled, or converted into a fetching hat. Sushi seekers can take a delectable detour through Harbor Docks's extensive menu of rolls and nigiri, nibbling traditionally prepared bites such as the eel- and avocado-laced Banzai Roll ($8.99). Or rub rice-y elbows with remixed creations such as the Cowboy Roll ($8.99), which corrals hunger using a combination of steak, green onion, and tiny seaweed lassos.

538 Harbor Blvd
Destin,
FL
US

It’s barely an exaggeration to say that Marlin Grill is a cornerstone of the Baytowne Wharf community—it occupies a grand, two-story corner space in the sprawling Sandestin Golf and Beach Resort, its curving façade giving out on a patio facing the Events Plaza. As might be expected of a resort restaurant, the menu is broad and accommodating—there’s even a children’s menu with fried lobster and crab cakes among the chicken fingers—but creative preparations add zip to the steakhouse template. Filet mignon (dry-aged certified Angus, like all Marlin’s beef) is wrapped in applewood-smoked bacon and itself grilled over hickory just to show trees who’s boss, and a pair of cold-water lobster tails splash into kiwi-honey mustard sauce and mango chutney. Sides tend toward the impossibly rich, the mashed potatoes mixed with ricotta and the macaroni 'n' cheese studded with Tasso ham.

The drinks program is appropriately ambitious, covering more than 600 wines, a deep list of scotches and their allies, and fruity martinis, including a $10,000 version complete with one-carat diamond. The beer selection is a little more down to earth, centering on regional brews such as Georgia’s Sweet Water 420 Pale Ale and Florida’s Grayton Pale Ale.

The Village of Baytown Wharf
Destin,
Florida
US