A favorite among locals and visitors, The Red Bar is a must-do when anywhere near Grayton Beach!
The Red Bar is South Walton’s most popular indoor destination. It’s the place for fun with friends and family while taking in all of the eclectic decor, listening to great live music and enjoying great food and cocktails.
The simple but varied menu includes pasta with crawfish and shrimp, panné chicken and mashed potatoes, stuffed eggplant, crab cakes and fish of the day. Oh, and don’t forget about the salad – it is the best anywhere on the Emerald Coast!
The Red Bar Jazz Band plays almost nightly during dinner. The party gets cranked up a notch after the dinner crowd thins, creating a more funky atmosphere. Don’t be surprised to spot celebrities here late at night. But please be cool, everybody just wants to chill at The Red Bar.
Located in Grayton Beach, Florida — The Red Bar is just a short drive from Destin & Panama City Beach. Housed in the old General Store at 70 Hotz Avenue – Downtown Grayton Beach.
Open Every Day Of The Week
Lunch 11AM – 3PM | Dinner 5PM – 10PM
Bar open from 11AM – 11PM (until midnight on FRI and SAT)
Reservations are not accepted. Arrive early, stay late.
Special events are a staple at the Red Bar – Jim Carey’s birthday party during the filming of the Truman Show was one memorable special event. Every year on Super Bowl Sunday is the game party and Red Bar Anniversary. The place opened on Super Bowl Sunday in 1995.
Halloween costume bashes, infamous New Year’s Eve parties, Mardis Gras, Independence Day – all of the fun holidays includes folks spilling out onto the streets and the beach.
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Articles About The Red Bar
The Red Bar and the Hot SoWal Summer – SoWal.com
From Belgium With Love – Vie Magazine
The Start Of The Red Bar – Daily News
Funky & Friendly – Tuscaloosa News
After dinner, while SoWal can be as sleepy as anywhere you’ll find in the South, there are exceptions. Grayton Beach’s The Red Bar, for one, which is aptly named, ambiance-wise, hosts live bands (shout out, Dread Clampitt, every Sunday) and looks every bit like a grenade filled with random kitsch, street signs and R. Crumb comics exploded and coated its walls — permanently. It competes with other live-act Grayton venues Shorty’s and Pandora’s to piss off uptight noise-hating neighbors. more>
– New York Post