Beach House menu is on the move

With the end of summer fast approaching and the arrival of fall just around the corner, the Beach House restaurant has big plans for its menu.
One involves football season. On Sundays this fall, fans can come in and enjoy wings, starting at 11 a.m. every Sunday.
Prime Rib Mondays begin Sept. 17. The prime rib dinner will be available from 5 p.m. until 9 p.m. each Monday. The cost is $19.95 per person.
Starting in October, the Beach House will offer bourbon pairings. The meals will be five courses and limited tickets will be available. Anyone interested can keep an eye on the Beach House Facebook page for more details.
Also, this month, the Beach House is offering two free glasses of Champagne with the purchase of a breakfast entrée.
The Beach House turned one in June and continues to provide quality food to its customers.
“Our menu is simple, and we concentrate on using fresh ingredients,” executive chef Tricia Horton said. “We also have a friendly staff.”
Horton’s goal is to provide each customer with a memorable and affordable experience. Customers will find a lot to choose from on the menu to satisfy their appetites.
The breakfast menu is highlighted by steak and eggs, sun soaked French toast and the Beach House Breakfast Bowl.
Looking for a great option for lunch? Try a West Indies salad that includes marinated lump crab or sink your teeth into a mouth-watering Beach House Burger or delicious red fish sandwich.
You can also get a salad for dinner. Another popular appetizer is the Sister’s Crab Mornay, also made with lump crabmeat.
Filet mignon, Ribeye, Pasta Primavera and fish straight out of the Gulf of Mexico and right to your table, including Grouper, are the highlights of the dinner menu.
Looking for something after your meal? Check out the great desserts such as salted caramel cheese cake, Key lime pie or a hot fudge sundae.
“We use USDA Prime and Choice, and our seafood is from the Gulf. If it doesn’t come out of the Gulf, we don’t serve it,” Horton said.
The restaurant overlooks the Gulf of Mexico and there is a deck outside complete with fire pits. It’s a perfect setting for a company event. The Beach House Bar & Grille is more than willing to cater that event. There is also a bar that features local beers on draft and a great selection of wine and bourbon. Wine down Wednesdays are a hit at the restaurant and offer people a chance to stop in for a dollar off draft beer and wine.
Although the restaurant is located next to the Springhill Suites, locals will find an enjoyable dining experience as well when they come in.
So stop in today to check it out for yourself. What you’ll find is a great meal with a view to match.
“Even for those who are from Navarre, we want to give them that feel as if they are on a staycation,” Horton said. “We are in a great location with a great view and we want to match the service with the view.”

Beach House
Bar and Grille
8375 Gulf Boulevard
Navarre, FL
850-684-6022

 

Hours
Breakfast: 7 a.m.-11 a.m.
Lunch: 11 p.m.-3 p.m.
Appetizers: 2 p.m.-5 p.m.
Dinner: 5 p.m.-9 p.m.
Open seven days a week

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7502 Harvest Village Ct.
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850-939-8040

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