Wear your pajamas to brunch on the first Sunday of every month at Grayton Seafood Co. and get free mimosas with your meal! Cover Photo Credit: @graytonseafoodco Instagram
Labor Day Weekend is right around the corner and there’s no better place to spend it than on the beautiful beaches of 30A. If you’re dreaming about spending your holiday weekend on the Emerald Coast, you’re in luck! Check out these ten homes that are still available for Labor Day Weekend bookings! 1. Shades of Summer Shades of Summer is a charming four-bedroom beach house in WaterColor. This beautiful home is centrally located right off of County Hwy 30A and is just steps away from tons of dining and shopping
Celebrate Grayton Beer Brewpub’s one year anniversary with their birthday bash! The event takes place on April 20th from 11 am to 5 pm. It’s a family-friendly event and all ages are welcome. In addition to yearly and specialty beers, there will also be an all-you-can-eat seafood broil and $5 kids meals. Enjoy a fun-filled afternoon with live music, kids craft activities, and a cornhole tournament from 11 am to 11:30 am. Image Credit: @graytonbeer Instagram
If you love beer, this is an event you don’t want to miss. On April 19th, join Head Chef Plumley and Chef de Cuisine Matt Penhollow for a four-course meal paired with Grayton Beer Company’s four new spring beers. Head Brewer, Josh Gauger, will take you through the tasting notes of Grayton Beer Company’s new Pilsner, India Pale Ale, Saison, and Honey Ale. This is the first time these new specialty beers will be released to the general public. Furthermore, admission is $62 plus tax and gratuity. Seating is limited,
Located right on the Gulf of Mexico on County Hwy 30A, you’ll find one of Northwest Florida’s oldest beach towns. With beautiful views, great restaurants, and rich town history, you’ll find that Grayton Beach is a refreshing step off the beaten path. Here are just seven fun facts about Grayton Beach you might not have known. 1. Army major, Charles Gray is the town’s namesake. Charles Gray was one of the first settlers in Grayton Beach when he moved down here in 1885. Before then, the area was pretty much
Join VIE Magazine on December 6th for a holiday celebration. Give back to the community at The Logan Lane Holiday Block Party. The event features a Christmas Tree Lighting, silent art auction, carolers from Emerald Coast Theatre Company, and s’mores. Furthermore, the proceeds from all participating vendors go towards local Hurricane Michael relief efforts through the Sonders Project.