Seafood Fan? This is Your Festival

The annual Pensacola Seafood Festival takes over Seville Square, Fountain Park and waterfront Bartram Park in Historic Downtown Pensacola each fall, attracting more than 100,000 attendees during the three-day event that takes place the last weekend in September.

From fried mullet – a local delicacy – to our world-famous shrimp and grits, Pensacola’s seafood is some of the best in the world. Not only is it fresh from the Gulf, but it also has the benefit of the area’s wide range of culinary influences, from traditional southern and Cajun to the area’s French and Spanish flavors to the international flair brought to the area by our globe-trotting military population. And we don’t mind mashing them up for the perfect, unexpected culture combination that leaves the mouth both speechless and watering.

At the festival, you’ll find local seafood favorites prepared in a variety of ways by our top restaurants, live cooking demonstrations, traditional festival fair from the nation’s top vendors, arts and crafts vendors and live music. See more…

September 30, 2017
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Pensacola Seafood Festival

Seafood Fan? This is Your Festival The annual Pensacola Seafood Festival takes over Seville Square, Fountain Park and waterfront Bartram Park in Historic Downtown Pensacola each fall, attracting more than 100,000 attendees during the three-day event that takes place the last weekend in September. From fried mullet – a local […]
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April 29, 2017
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Fiesta of Five Flags Crawfish Festival

Crawfish Festival Spices Up Downtown Spicy crawfish, hot music in Historic Downtown Pensacola Prepare for messy fingers and burning lips as you peel your way through boxes of boiled crawfish at the Fiesta of Five Flags Crawfish Festival. Each spring the festival in Bartram Park adds a little spice to […]
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September 29, 2015
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48 Hours of Pure Fun

  By Fred Garth If you work really hard, it’s amazing how much fun you can pack into 48 hours. And that was our mission last weekend at the swanky Greenwich Wine and Food Festival, where my lovely wife and I mingled with the well-adorned beautiful people. Just a scant […]
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