Sleep Inn & Suites
9201 Front Beach Road
Panama City Beach, FL 32407
Phone: (850) 249-2501
Fax: (850) 249-2524
Bars & Cafes
This is definitely a place for party animals looking to let loose without the dress code and rules. A non-stop party everyday, Club La Vela is, without a doubt, one of the best clubs in PCB. It's also one of the largest clubs in the world, featuring one of the best sound and lighting set-ups anywhere! With 14 rooms there's something for everyone from techno to hip-hop and dance to reggae. There's even a huge pool deck looking right out on the ocean. Go wild all season long with foam parties, contests, and reviews, so make sure you check out the schedule on the website.
Ever wondered where the first MTV Spring Break broadcast was? Well, if you can remember back that far, this place might seem a bit familiar. However, a lot has changed since that groundbreaking event: a new waterfall, VIP lounge, and even an award-winning restaurant! Don't hesitate to contact the event staff to plan a spring break event of your own. Here, partying comes first and with the perfect beach backdrop, its no wonder this place is packed.
Located inside the Spinnaker Beach Club, the newly added Paradise Grill Restaurant offers a variety of great food. Fresh local seafood, delicious vegetarian wraps, barbecue, and some of the best burgers in Panama City are all available to feed that grumbling hunger pestering your stomach. After satiating yourself, make sure to enjoy the Club's new VIP lounge and waterfall!
Definitely the best place to enjoy a cold drink with some of the best staff in the Panama City Beach area. Despite having killer drink specials, you can rest assured that something is always going on. Come Fall, you can catch some of the greatest motorcycles around with the Fall Bike Rally held here. Ladies are welcome too, and with plenty of bouncers and nice guys, don't worry about being harassed... Come on down!
Built in 1935 atop the original "Pier 99," this is one of the first spots on the beach that exploded with tourists when the area was first discovered by outsiders. Today, the rides and 75-cent lobsters are gone, but Willy's has remained long and strong. Today, visitors to this famous attraction can sample a wide variety of drinks, including the famous rum "Pineapple Willy." If you're looking for something to settle your stomach, try the award-winning BBQ ribs. Whatever your fancy, Pineapple Willy's has what you want.
The Montego Bay Seafood House serves classic concoctions like gumbo and etoufee. The food is warm and hearty with flavors indigenous to creole cuisine. The restaurant also has a raw bar that serves up fresh raw oysters. Fill your date full of these aphrodisiacs for a night to remember. The restaurant is available for private parties.
The Splash Bar, located near the southern end of Panama City Beach, combines the funky charms of a southern roadhouse with the sensibilities of a big-city gay bar. The atmosphere is very relaxed, and straight folks are welcome here too, but this can be a much needed respite from the town's old-boy culture for those in need of some time with their tribe.
So many steak and seafood restaurants but so little time. Having a hard time choosing? Roll the dice with Breakers. Get crazy with the Filet Mignon with Bleu Cheese Herb Crust or take it easy with the Snapper Aioli. The kids can get jiggy with the children's menu. Don't forget to wash it down with an ice cold beer or cocktail. If you have one to many, stay away from the ocean! It is open daily from 4.30 pm.
Located right smack dab on the beach, this is a local favorite that's been around for years. Since the late 60's, when it was originally named "The Beach Party," locals have been enjoying their mornings in the sun, their afternoons at the bar, and their evenings with some of the best concerts and DJ's PCB has to offer. Despite being blown over by Hurricane Opal in 1995, Schooners re-opened in 1996 and has been going strong ever since! This is definitely the most relaxed and easy-going spot on the beach. If you're around in September, the Schooners' Annual LobsterFest is a can't-miss event.
Panama City Beach is great for the beach, sun, pitchers overflowing with beer, and all the fried fish you care to eat. It's always a great time at Panama City Beach. But what of the humble foodie? Sure, they down onion rings, burgers, and bar food at beach-front joints without complaint, but they do not vocalize their soul's greatest desires. Look deep into the dear foodie's eyes, who may be your friend. You will see they yearn for buttery foie gras, lightly sauteed escargot, or perfectly seared fish with a lovely hollandaise. Luckily, the foodie will not have to flee to New York City or another food capital to get their fix. 30 Degree Blue is a fine dining restaurant right in Panama City Beach. So do the foodie a favor. Take them to 30 Degree Blue and let them feast on fine wine and dishes like Osso Bucco and Baked Lemon Sole with a lobster hollandaise.
Maybe it's the fact you can smoke inside, maybe its the nine huge TV's, or maybe its just the relaxed atmosphere and friendly attitude. If you hear people say they're heading to "the usual" you can bet that means J Krash's. On weekends, the place comes alive with your favorite rock hits as well as new up-and-coming bands, all performing live. So grab your wallet and some friends and head on down!
Enjoy sophistication at Boar's Head where you can have casual fine dining. Recline with a glass of wine from their award-winning wine list and devour the Prime Rib. The menu is impressive, with Lobster, Stuffed Grouper, Duck Breast and more. At Boar's Head it's clear that style like this is timeless.