The surfing and skating savants at Innerlight spread outdoor sporting enthusiasm through a wide selection of lessons and beachside merchandise. Stand-up paddle boarding (SUP) synthesizes the buoyant balance of surfing and self-propulsion of canoeing to form a single aquatic super-sport. Led by an American Red Cross–certified instructor, the one-hour private lesson hones pupils with boardborne basics. Students learn stable-paddling techniques, ocean-safety skills, and how to read the tides for good conditions without reading goggles. SUP riders receive a paddle and a height- and weight-appropriate board for use during the lesson, with training wheels available upon request.
Hot Spots Bait & Tackle outfits anglers with all the gear needed to make any fishing outing a success, including a big-cobia mouthful's worth of live bait, tackle, rods, and more. Hook sporty redfish with a dozen live shrimp ($4.69), or provide a panoply of fishy hors d'oeuvres with sand fleas, eels, bull minnows, pinfish, and croakers, serenaded by the tones of "Amazing Dace" played by a band of fiddler crabs. Frozen bait includes cigar minnows ($15.99/5-lb. box), shrimp, squid, menhaden, and bally-hoo, cryogenically preserved to serve their role in the future war of man versus carp. Mariners in need of hardware can peruse the stock of rod-and-reel combos ($19.99+), inshore and offshore tackle, and Berkley Gulp! soft plastic lures ($6.49). Fish fashionably with a fresh T-shirt ($15.99+) or pair of sunglasses ($19.99+).
Aloha Wine and Liquor stores on Pensacola Beach and Gulf Breeze. Come by and see us for all your adult beverages.
We have an awesome wine, liquor, cigar and beer selection. We hope everyone drinks and plays responsibly. Stop by and visit us and our stores soon.
Inside the Quality Inn, right at the foot of the Pensacola Bay Bridge, you'll find Unique Cafe. Here, guests dine on seafood, steak, burgers, and po’ boys seven days a week. During Sunday brunch, mimosas and bloody marys pair with options such as crab cakes benedict, flapjacks, and country-fried steak and eggs.
The chefs at Bella Luna Pizzeria like to get creative in the kitchen, dreaming up unusual names for their pies—such as Mona Lisa and The Vatican—and tossing their thin New York–style crusts with unique toppings such as barbecue pork and andouille sausage. They even extend their culinary expertise toward vegan pizzas, topping them with dairy-free cheese and fresh vegetables. When they’re not perfecting their pies, the chefs keep busy slicing up meats for crunchy hero sandwiches and whipping up meatballs for spaghetti dinners. As the chefs bustle around the kitchen, customers await their meals in the bright dining room over pitchers of draft beers and bottles of sparkling champagne.