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Gibson Inn, Apalachicola?

Try the Tap Room and the Owl, Cafe Floridita, Up the Creek

Jan 22, 2013
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Gibson Inn, Apalachicola?

The bar food is not bad.

Jan 14, 2013
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Apalachicola, FL..........

MMMmmmmmmmm

Feb 16, 2012
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Apalachicola & Port St. Joe Chowhound eating !

In Apalachicola
Papa Joes
Hole in the Wall

Carrabelle
Fish Camp on Timber Island
Fisherman's Wife
Old Salts

I don't know of anything both reasonable and tasty in Gulf County

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The Fisherman's Wife
111 St James Ave NW, Carrabelle, FL 32322

Oct 17, 2011
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Chef Eddie Cass

Chef Eddie's Magnolia Grill

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Chef Eddie's Magnolia Grill
99 11th St, Apalachicola, FL 32320

Mar 31, 2011
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Chef Eddie Cass

Chef Eddie Cass of Apalachicola and Miami passed away on Sunday.

Contact St Patricks Church or check the Apalachicola Times website for funeral arrangements

Mar 30, 2011
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Apalachicola and vicinity trip

Cafe Floridita is Tamara's.
BO is pricey. don't eat there.
I had chicken a d dumplings from That's a Moray for lunch.

Mar 30, 2011
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Apalachicola and vicinity trip

As a resident, let me recommend The Owl Cafe, Up the Creek, Caroline's and Cafe Floridita for upscale. At Caroline's ask for a Daphne salad.
Check you bill at Cafe Floridita. Some of the servers can't add and you may be 18%ed without being told but the food is worth the trouble.Watch out for Donetta. Wed. is Tappas night. Excellent.
Papa Joes, Hole in the Wall and Up the Creek for informal.
That Place in Apalach has wonderful lunch salads.
The Gibson has a good bar menu in the evening.
Renee's Cafe for breakfast or Caroline's.
Caroline's, Papa Joes and Up the Creek have unreal views.
If you want a sweet or want to pick up something to take back to the hotel, consider That's a Moray!
That's Apalachicola.

In Port St. Joe Jo Mama's has outstanding pizza and salads.
In Eastpoint try Captain Snook's if you want to eat like a local. Try the crab and squash soup if they have it. Outstanding baked oyster specialties.
In Carrabelle the Pit Stop is good plain food. Old Salt's is a hidden treasure and the Fish Camp on Timber Island is reached by turning onto Timber Island Road next to the giant boat club near the bridge. This place is great and has a wonderful view.
One more suggestion is the Crooked River Grill in St. James Bay.

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Crooked River Grill
171 Laughing Gull Ln, Carrabelle, FL 32322

Mar 24, 2011
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Apalachicola Oysters - looking for best fresh oysters to ship to Michigan

Our seafood is fine. 800 556 3761

Nov 07, 2010
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Apalachicola: Need recommendation/dinner/room

Boss Oyster is terribly overpriced. Real locals go to Papa Joe's. There is nobody cooking at the Gibson.
Go to the Owl for the best in town. Caroline's can be good and so can Cafe Floridita depending on who's cooking. Chef Eddie's is very...uh...eclectic in appearance but for steaks, gumbo, bisque and fish he's hard to beat. The service at Verandas was awful the last time I ate there. Same at Caroline's although the girl tried really hard. She was overwhelmed.
Up the Creek is nother good place for oysters and much more reasonable than Boss with a better view.
Steer clear of the Hole in the Wall.

Aug 15, 2010
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St George Island/Apalachicola - personal chef reccomendation?

Ed Cass at the Magnolia is also excellent and would probably do this.

Apr 11, 2010
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St George Island/Apalachicola - personal chef reccomendation?

The former governor's chef lives on the island. Her name is Jeanine Slagle. Her number is 927 3250. Her business is That's A Moray # there is 653-1111

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That's A Moray
25 Avenue D, Apalachicola, FL 32320

Apr 11, 2010
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