The Thirsty Goat, located inside the historic Port Inn in downtown Port St. Joe has been totally re-designed and refined with you in mind. At "The Goat" you will find: great service, incredible sunsets, a well stocked humidor, 8 great beers on tap from Stella Artois to Hoegaarden and the largest selection of cocktails on the Forgotten Coast. From PBR to Louis XIII, we've got you covered! Live music weekly, Buzztime trivia nightly, and yes, the rumors are true, we now have two mixologists named Rachel! Check out our website for special events and photos!
With sixteen beers on tap you're bound to find something that will keep you coming back again and again. Come in and try Oyster City, from our local brewery in Apalachicola, Florida.
What goes better with cold beer than fresh, local Apalachicola oysters? If oysters aren't your thing try our Panhandle Peel & Eat Shrimp or our famous crab dip! More of a land lover? You will love our hot juicy burgers and Hawaiian chicken sandwich. We have a full menu to satisfy the hungriest of beer lovers
St. George Island's only restaurant, bar & nightclub!
We're committed to providing top-notch entertainment, dining and adult beverages. Our kitchen is staffed with culinary masters and our talented and friendly bar staff can whip up anything from an Alabama Slammer to a Zombie Punch.
We offer a wide variety of entertainment from karaoke and DJs to live local and national performers.
An eclectic beer and wine bar located in Apalachicola Historic Bowery District. Stop by for a good beer, a fine glass of wine and to enjoy our warm atmosphere and outside courtyard. Live music and fun games.
Oyster City Brewing Company was founded in 2014 by Cassie Gary, Susan Gary, Rex Humphries and Bo Walker. Cassie,
Susan and Rex, owners of Apalachicola's Owl Cafe & Tap Room, have long shared a passion for fine wine and craft beer.
Combine that with Bo's experience in the brewing industry, and you have the recipe for a dedicated, ambitious craft brewery.
Seeds planted through years of experimentation and small-batch tinkering have borne fruit in the form of three unique brews
to date Apalach IPA, Hooter Brown Tupelo Honey Ale, and Mill Pond Dirty Blonde Ale, Red Right Return