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al 2 5th Annu

January 25 8:00 p.m. Cordova Mall

Presented by:

Join us for an evening of entertainment Starz | Reunion Band | The Tommy Morse Band Food Tastings from Area’s Top Restaurants, New Orleans-style French Market, Silent Auction, and so much more. For tickets and more information:

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Benefitting

at Studer Family Children’s Hospital at Ascension Sacred Heart

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contents

Volume IV • Issue XI

events 12 Aero Air Charter Inaugural Hanger Party 14 Fallapalooza 19 WSRE Barn Dance Wine & Food Classic 28 Arrogant Steak Cookoff 32 Pensacola Seafood Festival 36 Bravi Kickoff Wine Tasting 42 Big Band Bash 44 Pensacola Great Strides 48 Ladies’ Night Out 51 The Big Gala Preview Party 56 40.40.40 Campaign Kickoff 59 Dixon Dub Lip Sync Battle 65 WSRE Marty Stewart and His Fabulous Superlatives 70 GMC Buick Cadillac Grand Opening

features 21 Dining Guide If you’re looking for a delicious day or night out, check out these local culinary greats.

departments 34 39 46 53 62 68 74

Adventure Out Swizzle Style Give Care Share Save the Date Locale I Am Pensacola

business profiles 16 Grēnbots 26 Rodizio Grill 40 Bluetique

VIP Pensacola Staff

on the cover

Publisher Greg Alexander

Shelley & Steve Black

Associate Publisher Verla Price

Photography by Kristina Wright at Aero Air Charter Inaugural Hanger Party

Managing Editor Steve Barber Production Editor Jessica Graña Advertising Steve Barber Missy Kimbrough

Designer Priscilla Atkins Sheila McDiarmid Contributing Writers/ Photographers Mary Aho Greg Alexander Courtney Murray Verla Price Catherine Rowan Liesel Schmidt Kristina Wright VIP Founder Jeff Watson

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For November, our issue focuses on food. Mouthwatering food! As I write this, I am entertaining beautiful memories of years past peppered with visions and smells of my mother’s cooking. November starts the Holiday Season for family gatherings all centered around food. Thanksgiving always brought us the slowroasting turkey, teasing us from early morning until dinner. Then, in just a few more weeks, the same torture came, but with ham instead. The side dishes were always a step above our typical fare around the holidays, as well. While thinking back, I find it interesting that the cook or the chef can present well in all four food groups, yet each has unique recipes they like to serve. Mom’s was fried chicken and dumplings. I reminisced recently with a friend about her Sunday dinners with half the neighbors at our table waiting for her dumplings. It is funny how no other cook’s dish quite lives up to those of our mother’s. In the weeks before the November issue, we had photographers and writers at quite a few events touting exceptional food. I was lucky enough to join them at a couple of events. WSRE’S Barnyard Dance, Wine & Food Classic had sixteen local chef’s competing for votes as we enjoyed their favorite dishes complemented by tastings of beer, wine, and bourbon. This particular event was accompanied by a country band that ended the evening with a dance contest. I am sad to say we did not win. But oh, did we have fun! As this was my second year to attend the Annual Arrogant Steak Cook-Off at Seville Quarter, I knew to arrive early. The large crowd in attendance makes the lines long and I wanted to make sure I had time to visit each booth. It is hard to describe steak prepared in 21 different ways other than to say it was amazing. The volunteers serving the samples were very entertaining with their jovial bantering for votes in people’s choice award. Other spectacular food-centric events included the Seafood Festival and the Bravi Kickoff and Wine Tasting. You can read about those on pages 32 and 36, respectively. Finally, in this issue, Adventure Out gives us Social Cues and Dinner Dos while Swizzle features a fall sangria recipe. Enjoy a light read on phone etiquette and other manners when dining out, and if it’s autumn comfort you’re after, learn how to make sangria with a cinnamon twist. I hope you enjoy reading this issue as much as we enjoyed creating it for you.

photo by Kristina Wright

letter from the Associate Publisher

Verla Price Associate Publisher

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VIP Pensacola at Innisfree Jet Center

Aero Air Charter

INAUGURAL HANGAR PARTY photos & story by Kristina Wright

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he Aero Air Charter First Annual Hangar Party was a fabulous introduction of the new Aero brand to the Pensacola Community. Held at Innisfree Jet Center on October 11, the goal was to highlight their services, new brand, and to make private jet services more approachable. In a nutshell, the “Platinum Age of Travel.” The event encompassed a grand entryway where guests were greeted with two smiling Aero flight attendants that opened the doors to the newly renovated Innisfree Jet Center lobby. Inside, guests checked their bags and exchanged their boarding passes for a glass of Prosecco and were led by another flight attendant who gave them the grand tour of the hangar. Inside the hangar were two of the three Aero jets, the Cessna Citation V and the XLS. The Citation V was outfitted for a Disney World experience, equipped with custom Aero Disney ears and the smell of cotton candy. The XLS was staged for professional photography, capturing that perfect profile picture in luxury. In addition, a plexiglass wall stood proudly near the hangar entrance which housed signatures of those who are organ donors or know an individual with an organ transplant. Aero Air Charter’s major philanthropy is Donate Life, and transports organs weekly to patients awaiting a transplant. As the centerpiece of the hangar, you could see a 6-foot wide branded Cessna Citation V that was a show stopper. While attendees enjoyed the catering of George’s Bistro, they were offered champagne from an Aero flight attendant with an authentic airline beverage cart decorated in true Aero fashion. A presentation was given by Wendy Smith, owner of Aero Air Charter, where she revealed the branding video on a 16-foot LED Wall. The night encompassed networking, dancing, singing, and most of all a new perspective on private air charter travel. Many were involved in the success of this event. Social ICON executed all of the event management, Hatchmark Studio created the new branding and Lensea Films brought the branding video to life. Collectively, Aero Air Charter pilots have over 50,000 flight hours accounted for with extensive flight careers. Aero provides more than safety, with wheels up in just two hours, they provide exceptional customer service, amenities, and most of all, extra time that would otherwise be given to baggage claim, security, or the layover you would normally dread!

Wendy & Joel Smith

Madrina Ciano & Steve Barber

Peter & Cathy Butler

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Tia Robbins, Ashton Hayward, Fred Robbins & An Hayward

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Chuck Taylor & Briana Snellgrove

Hope & Cleve Bellar

Steve Grover, Wendi Summers, Cindy & John Jenista

Terri & Kevin Hatch

Justine Simone & Deborah Dunlap

Jonas Keating & Jennifer Jackson-Keating

Karen Fleming, April Davidson, Chelsea Whiteside & Cortney Shula

David Berg & Taylor Beauchamp

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VIP Pensacola at Hilton Garden Inn Pensacola

FALLAPALOOZA photos & story by

Kristina Wright

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urposeful Events by Nigeria and Tracie rang in autumn with their Fallapalooza event at the Hilton Garden Inn Pensacola Airport Medical Center on October 6. The community was invited to experience a day of shopping, fun, and fabulous food. Nearly 60 local vendors and small businesses participated in the event and offered goods and services from crafters, homemade artisans, and direct sales representatives. Special opportunities to win several door prizes donated by local area businesses were available by raffle purchase. Purposeful Events is organized by Nigeria Blanchard and Tracie McCreary, with the intention of planning and hosting events with the “Purpose� of being able to make donations to various charitable organizations that are making a difference in the area.

Regina Baker & Teswanna Johnson

Tori Woods & Aisha Westbrooks

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Justin & Erica Jones

Alex James & Toccora Ervin

Whitney Shambo & Beth Clark

Irv Miller, Joan Smith, Mikosha Franklin & Heather Pelham

Melanie Dillon & Marilyn Schalk

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Nigeria Blanchard & Tracie McCreary

Nancy Evans & Sabrina Thomas

Jenn & Collins Cottrell, Susan Chambers

Uyanda Singer, Valerie Jones & Jamequa Davis November 2019 | 15

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Business Profile

Grēnbots Have Landed on the Gulf Coast! photos & story provided by Grēnbots

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ould you rather make lifelong memories with your children, family or friends or spend that time mowing your lawn? You no longer have to make that choice. Grēnbots Inc is a new company in your area that offers affordable robotic automowers for residents and commercial properties.

more efficient, the smaller clippings created by continual cutting is better for the grass too”. Shelley, “I personally love the smart home integration. Customers can connect to Amazon Alexia or Google Home. Imagine simply saying, ‘Alexia, mow the grass.’ Yep, it really can be that easy.”

Grēnbots is the exclusive dealer for Husqvarna and Echo Automowers from Panama City to Mississippi.

We offer mowers that:

• Mow up to 6 acres • Are smartphone controlled • Are weather resistant • Are GPS and theft protection Owners Steve and Shelley Black have been in the Green Industry for over 32 years. Their knowledge, experience and professionalism has made them leaders in this field along the Gulf Coast. In Europe today over half of all lawns are mowed by robotic mowers and more than half of those are Husqvarna. “Husqvarna is the world’s number one selling robotic lawn mower. They have been selling these in Europe for the last 20 years” states Steve. “The concept behind the automower comes straight out of nature - the principle of the grazing animal. The grass is cut a little and often. This is not only 16

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Environmental Benefits:

• Quiet • Emission-free, low energy • Less fertilizer needed • Long lasting, rechargeable battery The units are controlled by your smartphone, enabling you to monitor and keep track of them in real time. Want to park your unit when your kids come home, run the unit when your pet is inside, you are in control of the automowers schedule with a push of a button. Husqvarna’s intelligent design allows the Automower to maneuver around your lawn without supervision, even over tricky terrain and around obstacles. It knows when it needs to be charged and directs itself back to the charging station. With convenient control options, the Automower allows you to set it and forget it, even from your smartphone. Grēnbots can install and set up your units, or install kits are available to purchase for that do it yourself individual. On the Professional Side - Robotic mowers are the perfect addition to the fleet of any green care company. While they tirelessly spend their days producing a carpet-like lawn quality, you can spend your days doing other things. And since our professional robotic mowers all come with Husqvarna Fleet Services™ built-in, you can control them from anywhere.

Perfect cut, less noise and more profit.

Want to see one in action? Come visit us at our location, 2629 S. Hwy 29, Cantonment. We can ensure Christmas delivery if ordered by December 15. Oh, did we say we gift wrap?!

Special financing and leasing rates available www.grenbots.com November 2019 | 17

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VIP Pensacola at WSRE Jean & Paul Amos Performance Studio

Barn Dance, Wine & Food Classic photos & story by Kristina Wright

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SRE hosted their 31st annual WSRE Wine & Food Classic on October 11 at the Jean and Paul Amos Studio. This year’s theme took us back in time to the country music dance halls of yesteryear for a boot-scootin’ good time under the string lights with the Pensacola Barn Dance. Sixteen local chef tables offered their unique cuisine, specially prepared for the evening, in hopes to win the coveted People’s Choice Award. Choice tastings of beer, wine, and bourbon were also available; as well as a photo booth, silent auction, and wine pull. Live music was provided by Sugarcane Jane and the Bucket Fillers. Celebrity chef Kevin Belton shared an up close and personal experience with a VIP meet and greet before the event, and offered guests a private tasting of his one-of-akind gumbo. Kevin Belton is the star of “New Orleans Cooking with Kevin Belton” and “Kevin Belton’s New Orleans Celebrations” airing locally on WSRE and WSRE Create. This fundraiser is one of several community engagement events planned by WSRE in conjunction with the fall release of Ken Burns’ “Country Music” documentary on PBS.

Tammy & Leonard Lee

Steve & Olevia McNally

Hong & Bobby Potomski

John Adams & Laura Magan

Pat Windham & Andreas Noeth

Pam Wilson, Donna Stacey, Chip & Janet Wood

Leonard & Tammy Barr

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VIP Pensacola at WSRE Barn Dance, Wine & Food Classic

Martina & Mal Mason

Angela & Brent Lane

Bob Culkeen, Kevin Belton & Ed Morrison

Sandy Cesaretti Ray & Lou Ray

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Verla Price & Ed Villar

Dona Ursy & Marte Picker

Traci & Stephen Pitre

Karen & Bobby Emmons

Carolyn Averill, Karina Poirier & Kerry Hammergren

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Dining Guide Costello’s Butcher Shop Christie Costello has been a native of West Pensacola for over 15 years. She and her husband owned a restaurant in Downtown Pensacola and after selling it, they decided to invest in something that they really enjoy and are passionate about, closer to their home on the west side of Pensacola. They were aware of a need for a store over on that side of town that was able to offer a little bit of everything from different types of wines from all over the world, exotic meats, imported olive oils from Italy, farm to table local Alabama Wagyu meats, and fresh Boarshead deli items. Their end result was Costello’s Butcher and Deli. Their immediate goal was to bring things that are not currently available on the Westside of Pensacola into that area of town. They knew they needed to bring the best and most unique things they could find to this area, as it hasn’t been done before. Their ultimate goal was to build a store that can offer customers everything they need in one spot instead of having to go to several different specialty stores. The Costello’s take great pride in making sure their customers get fresh products at the best price they can offer them. They strive to make each customer visit to Costello’s an experience they remember.

8190 W Fairfield Dr, Pensacola (850) 741-2823 www.facebook.com/CostellosButcherAndDeli/

O’Brien’s Bistro O’Brien’s Bistro is a casual dining restaurant, family owned and operated by David & Lucia Bonifay Greenfield. Their menu features fresh fish, fresh beef, and fresh vegetables delivered daily. They also boast an extensive, value-priced wine list. All of their dishes are prepared to order with all sauces, salad dressings, and desserts prepared in-house from scratch by Chef Brandon Collins and his culinary team. O’Brien’s Bistro’s service staff, led by Jo’el Navelski, a 20-year employee of O’Brien’s Bistro, is committed to providing their guests with professional, friendly, attentive service while maintaining that neighborhood “home-town” feel. O’Brien’s Bistro has recently been voted “BEST Casual Dining Restaurant” and “BEST Locally Owned Restaurant” by VIP Pensacola’s reader’s poll. In addition to dining in the main dining room, O’Brien’s Bistro offers outside patio dining under the stars, as well as private party accommodations for up to 45 guests. These accommodations are perfect for rehearsal dinners, baby showers, family reunions, or business dinners or luncheons- offering large screen televisions with HDMI hook-up for business presentations.

4350 Bayou Blvd, Pensacola (850) 477-9120 www.OBriensBistro.net

Scenic Hills Jesse Sproles was born and raised in Baldwin County, Alabama and has lived in Pensacola for 12 years. While in college Jesse was given an opportunity to pursue a career in the marine industry working offshore on a tugboat. This career allowed Jesse to start finding his love for the culinary arts because the easiest way to keep a crew happy on a boat is to feed them well. After a few years in the marine industry Jesse decided to leave this career path to pursue his love of food. After working in restaurants in Orange Beach, Alabama he lived in New England for a few years and continued to further his culinary knowledge. His love for gulf coast cuisine brought him to Pensacola 12 years ago where he has worked and raised his family ever since. He got his start in Pensacola at Crème Coffee and Baking Company and then moved on to Portofino Island Resort & Spa where he quickly ascended to Chef de Cuisine under the guidance of mentor and friend Rob Theriot, who is now very involved in the booming restaurant scene in Washington, DC. Since leaving Portofino he has worked at many area golf courses as the Executive Chef including Tiger Point Golf Club and The Club at Hidden Creek and now is the Executive Chef here at Scenic Hills Country Club. Jesse would describe his culinary style as very straightforward and rooted in ingredients and dishes found all along the coastal southeast and classic French techniques.

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Passed Appetizers Petite Chicken and Waffles Habanero Syrup / Powdered Sugar Shrimp and Gouda Grits Cup

Dinner Buffet Salad of Mixed Greens Sliced Strawberries ∙ Artichokes ∙ Dried Cherries Feta Cheese ∙ Balsamic Dressing Applewood Smoked Prime Rib Horseradish Sauce ∙ Au Jus Herb Dusted Chicken Lemon Chive Sauce ∙ Asiago Sauce Roasted Vegetable Medley Asparagus ∙ Squash ∙ Mushrooms ∙ Carrots Paresan Baby Potatoes Artisan Dinner Rolls and Butter

Cocktail Buffet Cucumber Cups Salmon and Avocado Relish Hibachi Beef Skewer Ponzu Dipping Sauce Cuban Spring Rolls Tangy Mustard Sauce Stuffed Baby Bellas Crabmeat Filing / Caramelized Pear and Blue Cheese Filling Bacon Wrapped BBQ Shrimp Pick Up Sweets Salted Caramel Mousse Cup ∙ S’mores Bar ∙ Lemon Squares

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Business Profile BRAZILIAN “CHURRASCARIA” STEAKHOUSE story & photos by Rodizio Grill

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hen you are looking for a fun experience for the entire family that cannot be found elsewhere in Pensacola, head over to Rodizio Grill. It’s an authentic Brazilian Steakhouse that is perfect for any special occasion, or just for a night out. The restaurant brand is known for its playful Brazilian spirit, authentic menu offerings, and family friendly atmosphere. Over 20 years ago, Rodizio Grill became the first Brazilian “churrascaria” steakhouse to be established in the United States. Rodizio Grill was founded in 1995 by Ivan Utrera who wanted to bring this popular Brazilian Churrascaria concept, along with cherished family recipes, to the USA from his home country of Brazil. Rodizio Grill opened in Pensacola in 2012 by two local, seasoned restauranteurs Mike Domning and Randy Harrelson. Rodizio Grill remains operated by three local friends, Brandon Blizzard, Ryan Painter and David Gutierrez. All three grew up in the Pensacola area where they have gained most of their restaurant experience. They love living in Pensacola, and love operating such a distinct and exciting restaurant within the community. This unique dining concept features rotisseriegrilled meat expertly seasoned and carved tableside by traditionally dressed “Gauchos” which means cowboys in Portuguese. Over a dozen different grilled meats are served at Rodizio Grill including steak, chicken, pork, fish and more. Some guest favorites include the signature top-sirloin steak, sweet and spicy chicken, bacon-wrapped pork loin, and glazed pineapple. While the meats are the main attraction, they are complemented with an awardwinning gourmet salad bar, marked by original salads, fresh seasonal fruits and vegetables, and authentic hot side dishes.

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Rodizio Grill also boasts an unparalleled selection of real, fresh-pressed juices, homemade Brazilian limeades, signature cocktails, and an extensive beer and wine list featuring a variety of Brazilian imports as well as many local favorites. At the end of the meal, guests can enjoy a selection of exclusive, homemade desserts authentic to the entire experience – a treat not found anywhere else. Rodizio is considered one of the best restaurants in Pensacola for private, group, and corporate dining, as well as special celebrations. Rodizio features indoor and outdoor patio private dining spaces, and can accommodate parties of up to 80. Their event planners are happy to arrange live music, DJ’s and other entertainment to spice up any celebration. Groups love dining at Rodizio because every guest can enjoy what they like to eat, and enjoy as much as they like! Menu planning is not needed, due to Rodizio’s unlimited, abundant style of dining. Rodizio Grill proudly supports the community in a variety of ways including sponsoring and donating to countless events. Rodizio also proudly supports the military community and veterans by offering 10% off Monday-Thursday. Having just celebrated its 5-year anniversary, Rodizio Grill continues to thrive and prides itself on providing an excellent guest experience for everyone.

Rodizio Grill is located between Chase & Gregory just pass the Bay Center. For more information, visit Rodizio.com or call 850-466-2113. November 27 June 2019 2018 || 43

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VIP Pensacola at Seville Quarter

The 9th Annual

ARROGANT STEAK COOKOFF photos & story by Kristina Wright

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he Arrogant Steak Cookoff at Seville Quarter is a fundraiser hosted by Seville Rotary and sponsored by Tito’s. Each year several nonprofit organizations are invited to participate. This year’s nonprofits included Capstone, Junior Achievement, Boys & Girls Club, ECARE, United Way, and The First Tee of Northwest Florida. Over 1,000 tickets were pre-sold, raising over $30,000. This year 21 teams participated in the steak cookoff challenge. Winn-Dixie donated all the steak, each one being hand-cut for optimum texture and flavor. The attendees have an opportunity to vote for People’s Choice, and the local Celebrity Judges picked the best of the best, judging on presentation, temperature, taste, and tenderness. Heading the charge at this incredible event was Seville Rotary Past President Jon Pytynia, Melanie Dillon, and Michelle Salzman. Emceeing the event was Marty Stanovich of First Tee of Northwest Florida. This spectacular event offered guests an opportunity to taste samples from all 21 steak stations, an incredible mashed potato bar, drinks, music, and a large silent auction. Seville Rotary was founded ten years ago and is one of thirteen rotaries in the Pensacola area.

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Tylean Coleman & Kay Mitchell

Kristina Swanson & Audrey Preston

Esther Culbertson & Lynn Skipper

Jeremy Ochoa & Josh Stuller

Jennifer McDonald, Krista Silverman, April King & Bennett Griffith

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Elizabeth Baer & Amanda Hurd

Brian Zelder, Tonya Zimmern & Greg Davis

Ryan Strother & Elizabeth Schrey

Judith Sassser, Bob & Debbie Sasser

Sally & Will Fox

Brian & Harriott Wyer

Jack, Kate & Lily Treick

Megan Teschner, Catie Traynom, Sarah Parker & Brooke Davis

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Served with stone ground Crispy pork skins, creole spice, Giant pretzel baked soft on the inside, crispy & BRAISED TURNIP & BACON DIP Restaurant Hours mustard or beer cheese $6 $6braised 11:00 AM - 9:00 PM pepper jack cream cheese, served turnip with fried pork Applewood smoked bacon, greens, mustard or& beer cheese SOFT PRETZEL Restaurant Hours remoulade sauce $3 Served / bacon, $5 salted on the outside. with stone ground Applewood smoked braised turnip greens, 11:00 AM - 9:00 PM rinds pepper jack & baked cream soft cheese, served with fried&pork Giant$10 pretzel on the inside, crispy mustard or TURNIP beer&cheese $6 11:00 AM - 9:00 PM pepper jack cream cheese, with fried pork BRAISED & BACON DIPserved rinds $10 BRAISED & BACON DIP salted on TURNIP the outside. Served with stone ground SOFT PRETZEL Restaurant Hours rinds $10 Restaurant Hours Applewood smoked bacon, braised turnip greens, CRAB BEIGNETS Applewood smoked bacon, braised turnip greens, mustard beer cheese $6 Served with choice oforpotato wedges, sweet potato fries, onion rings, Giant pretzel baked soft on the inside, crispy & BRAISED TURNIP & BACON DIP Side House or Side Caesar 11:00 AM - Hours 9:00 PMPM$4 pepper jack & cream cheese, served with fried pork 11:00 AM - 9:00 hot Light &of crispy gulf crab, remoulade sauce, CRAB BEIGNETS pepper jack &fried cream cheese, served with fried pork Served with choice potato wedges, sweet potato fries, onion rings, Restaurant Daily Happy Hour Side House or Side Caesar $4 house chips, pasta salad, or with porkturnip rinds. salted on the outside. Served stone ground Applewood smoked bacon, braised greens, CRAB BEIGNETS Onion Rings $4 rinds $10 pepper jelly $14 Light &$10 crispy fried gulf crab, remoulade sauce, rinds BRAISED TURNIP & BACON DIP house chips, pasta salad, or pork rinds. Served with choice of potato wedges, sweet potato fries, onionhot rings, 4pm-6pm Onion Rings $4PM Daily Happy Hour Pasta Salad $4 11:00 AM 9:00 mustard or beer cheese $6 pepper jack &side cream cheese, served with fried pork hot Light & crispy fried gulf crab, remoulade sauce, Side House or Side Caesar $4 Substitute to soup or side salad for only $2 Restaurant Hours Daily Happy Hour pepper jelly Applewood smoked bacon, braised greens, Pasta Salad $4 Beer $1 Off Draft 4pm-6pm Substitute side to$14 soup or pasta side salad for onlyturnip $2 house chips, salad, or pork rinds. Potato Wedges $3 Onion Rings $4 rinds $10 pepper jelly $14 Gluten Free Bread Available CRAB BEIGNETS 4pm-6pm BABY HEIRLOOM TOMATO BRUSCHETTA Potato Wedges CRAB BEIGNETS 11:00 AM - $3 9:00 pepper jackFree &side cream cheese, served with fried $2 Off House Wine Pork Rinds $3 $1 Off Draft Beer Pasta Salad $4 PM Substitute to soup orDIP side salad for only $2 pork Gluten Bread Available BRAISED TURNIP &gulf BACON Pork $3 $1Rinds OffHouse Draft Beer hothot Light & heirloom crispy fried crab, remoulade sauce, Baby tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, basil, BABY HEIRLOOM TOMATO BRUSCHETTA Light & crispy fried gulf crab, remoulade sauce, House Chips $3 Potato Wedges $3 rinds $10 $2 Off Wine Daily Happy Hour Restaurant Hours Daily Happy Hour GlutenTOMATO Free Bread Available Applewood smoked bacon, braised turnip greens, CRAB BEIGNETS BABY HEIRLOOM BRUSCHETTA House Chips $3 $2Pork Off House Wine Rinds $3 Sweet Potato Fries $3 pepper jelly $14$14 Monday balsamic glaze, toasted baguette $8 Baby heirloom tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, basil, pepper jelly DELI BOARD SANDWICH 4pm-6pm 4pm-6pm 11:00 AM -Chips 9:00 PM Sweet Potato Fries $3 pepper jack fried & cream served with friedbasil, pork hot Light & crispy gulf cheese, crab, remoulade sauce, Baby heirloom tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, House $3 DELI BOARD SANDWICH Daily Happy Hour 1/2 Off Wings * Monday balsamic glaze, toasted baguette $8 CRAB BEIGNETS $1 $1 OffOff Draft Beer Choice of$10 Turkey, Ham, BLT, baguette Pimento $8 Cheese, Draft Beer Sweet Potato Fries $3 rinds pepper jelly $14 Monday balsamic glaze, toasted BOARD SANDWICH Choice ofDELI Turkey, Ham, BLT, Pimento Cheese, sauce, hot HEIRLOOM TOMATO BRUSCHETTA 1/2 Off Wings * BABY BRUSCHETTA Light &HEIRLOOM crispy fried gulf crab, remoulade $2 4pm-6pm Off House Wine $2 Off House Wine Egg BABY Salad, Tuna Salad orTOMATO Chicken Salad. Daily Happy Hour 1/2 Off Wings * Choice ofSalad Turkey, Ham, BLT, Pimento Cheese,basil, $1 Off Draft Beer Tuesday Baby heirloom tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, EggToasted Salad, Tuna ortomatoes, Chicken Salad. Baby heirloom fresh mozzarella, pepper jelly $14 bread (white, wheat or marble rye). basil, 4pm-6pm CRAB BEIGNETS BABY HEIRLOOM TOMATO BRUSCHETTA Egg Salad, Tuna Salad or marble Chicken Salad. $2 Off 1 Taco forHouse $3 & 2Wine Tacos for $5 * Tuesday Monday balsamic glaze, toasted baguette $8 Monday Toasted bread (white, wheat or rye). balsamic glaze, toasted baguette $8 $1 Off Draft5pm-9pm Beer Cheese (cheddar, provolone, swiss or pepper jack). Tuesday CHICKEN WINGS Dinner available hot Light & crispy fried gulf crab, remoulade sauce, Baby heirloom tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, basil, Toasted bread (white, wheat or marble rye). 1 Taco for $3 &daily 25pm-9pm Tacos 1/2 Off Wings * *for $5 * Daily Happy Hour 1/2 Off Wings Cheese (cheddar, provolone, swiss or pepper jack). BABY HEIRLOOM TOMATO BRUSCHETTA Dinner available daily $2 Off House Wine Served with lettuce, tomato & onion $6 / $9 1 Taco for $3 & 2 Tacos for $5 * maple chipotle, or Tossed in your choice of buffalo, CHICKEN WINGS Monday pepper jelly $14 balsamic glaze, toasted baguetteswiss $8 or pepper jack). Wednesday Cheese (cheddar, provolone, 4pm-6pm Dinner available daily 5pm-9pm Served with lettuce, tomato & onion $6carrot / $9 & celery Baby heirloom tomatoes, fresh mozzarella, basil, SOUTHERN SHRIMP & GRITS CHICKEN WINGS 1/2 Off Wings * Alabama white BBQ served with Tossed in your choice of buffalo, maple chipotle, or 1/2 Off House Wine Glasses All Day Wednesday Served with lettuce, tomato & onion $9 Tuesday SOUTHERN SHRIMP & Tuesday GRITS $1 Off Draft Beer creole Monday balsamic glaze, toasted baguette $8$6 /chipotle, Lightly blackened gulf shrimp, sauce, Tossed inwhite your of buffalo, maple Wednesday SOUTHERN SHRIMP &Board GRITS sticks 5 for $6 / choice 10TOMATO for $12 & celery or Alabama BBQ served with carrot SCENIC CLUB BABY HEIRLOOM BRUSCHETTA Charcuterie $15 *All 1/2 Off House Wine Glasses 1 Taco for $3 & 2 Tacos for $5 * Day Lightly blackened gulf shrimp, creole sauce, $2 Off House Wine 1 Taco for & Wings 2 Tacos for $5 * 1/2$3 Off *creole stone ground grits, green onions $17 carrot & celery Alabama white BBQ served with SCENIC CLUB Lightly blackened gulf shrimp, 1/2 Off House Wine Glasses All Day Tuesday CHICKEN WINGS sticks 5 for $6tomatoes, / 10on for $12 CHICKEN WINGS Baby fresh mozzarella, basil, Turkey & heirloom ham served your choice of toasted bread Charcuterie Board $15 stone ground grits, green onions $17* sauce, SCENIC CLUB sticks 5 for $6 / 10 for $12 Turkey & ham served on your choice of toasted bread stone ground grits, green onions $17 Charcuterie Board 1 Taco for $3 Monday &Thursday 2 Tacos for$15 $5 ** Tossed in CHICKEN your choice ofon buffalo, maple chipotle, orbread CRISPY Tossed in your choice ofgarlic buffalo, chipotle, or balsamic glaze, toasted baguette $8maple with lettuce ,& tomato, onion, aioli, bacon, Turkey ham served your choice of toasted Wednesday Tuesday LAND, SEA, AIRWednesday CHICKEN WINGS with lettuce ,cheddar tomato, onion, garlic aioli, bacon, Alabama white BBQ served with carrot & celery 1/2 Off Wings * 2 All Crispy chicken strips served naked or tossed in your 10oz. Prime Rib & Choice of Sides $20 CRISPY CHICKEN Alabama white BBQ served with carrot & celery Thursday 1/2 Off House Wine Glasses Day LAND, SEA, AIR avocado, & swiss cheese $11 1/2 Off House Wine Glasses All with lettuce , tomato, onion, garlic aioli, bacon, 1flat Taco forsteak, $3 & 2mahi, Tacosor for $5Day * * Choice ofSEA, iron chicken LAND, AIR Tossed in your of buffalo, maple chipotle, or CRISPY CHICKEN Wednesday avocado, cheddar &choice cheese $11 sticks 5 for $6 /swiss 10 for $12 12oz. Prime Rib & of $22 choice of sauce choice ofcheese side $9$11 Crispy chicken strips served naked or tossed in your 10oz. Prime RibThursday & Choice Choice of 2chicken 2 Sides Sides $20** sticks 5 for $6 /&10 for $12 Charcuterie Board $15 * Choice of flat iron steak, mahi, or CHICKEN WINGS Charcuterie Board $15 * avocado, cheddar & swiss breast served choice of of two sides. Choice of flatwith iron steak, mahi, orDay chicken * Alabama white BBQ served with naked carrot or & celery Crispy chicken strips served tossed in your 10oz. Prime Rib & Choice 2 1/2 Off House Wine Glasses All Tuesday ofsides. 2 Sides Sides $20 $22 * 12oz. Prime Rib & Choice choice & choice side $9maple breast served with choice of/two Tossedofinsauce your choice of of buffalo, chipotle, or REUBEN Wednesday Chicken $14 / Mahi $16 Steak $18 breast served with choice ofoftwo sides. Friday sticks 5 for $6 / 10 for $12 2 Sides $22 * 12oz. Prime Rib & Choice choice of sauce & choice of side $9 Charcuterie Board $15 * 1 Taco for $3 & 2 Tacos for $5 * CRISPY CHICKEN REUBEN Thursday CORNMEAL DUSTED CATFISH CRISPY CHICKEN Chicken $14 / Mahi $16 / Steak $18 Thursday Alabama white BBQ served with carrot & celery REUBEN 1/2 $14 Off House Wine Glasses All sliced corned beef brisket, sauerkraut, remoulade ThinCHICKEN Chicken / Mahi $16 /& Steak $18 Burger Night: 1/3Lb. Burger Choice ofDay Side $8 * Friday WINGS Crispy chicken strips served naked or tossed in your 10oz. Prime RibRib & Choice of 2ofSides $20$20 * sliced beef brisket, sauerkraut, remoulade Thin Pieces of catfish fried with choice of or side $11remoulade CORNMEAL DUSTED CATFISH Crispy served naked tossed in your 10oz. Prime & Choice 2 Sides Friday sticks 5chicken for $6 /strips 10 for $12 sliced corned beef brisket, sauerkraut, Thin Charcuterie Board $15 **of Domestic Pitcher Specials G.O.P. PASTA sauce & corned swiss cheese on marble rye $12 Burger Night: 1/3Lb. Burger & Choice Side *$8 * Tossed your choice of buffalo, maple chipotle, or CRISPY CHICKEN Thursday DUSTED CATFISH Wednesday of 2of Sides $22 * *$8 * 12oz. Prime Rib & Choice ofin sauce &on choice of side $9 12oz. Prime Rib & Choice 2 Sides $22 G.O.P. PASTA Pieces of catfish fried with choice of side $11 of side $9 choice ofswiss sauce & choice sauce choice & CORNMEAL swiss cheese marble rye $12 Burger Night: 1/3Lb. Burger & Choice of Side G.O.P. PASTA sauce & cheese on marble rye $12 Roasted garlic, olive oil, fresh parsley Domestic Pitcher Specials * carrot & celery Alabama white BBQ served with Crispy chicken strips served naked or of tossed in your 10oz.1/2 Prime Rib & oil, Choice of parsley 2Specials Sides * Pieces of catfish fried with choice side $11 Off House Wine Glasses All$20 Day Roasted garlic, olive fresh SHRIMP BEER BATTERED Domestic Pitcher * Roasted garlic, olive oil, fresh parsley CRISPY CHICKEN Thursday Saturday tossed with pappardelle pasta Friday Friday HOUSE GRIND BURGER of 2$15 Sides 12oz. Prime Rib & Choice sticks for $6 10 for $12 choice of5 sauce &/ choice of side $9 of side $13 Charcuterie Board * $22 * CATFISH CORNMEAL DUSTED with pappardelle pasta Crispy fried shrimp with choice BEER BATTERED SHRIMP CORNMEAL DUSTED CATFISH tossed with pappardelle Crispy chicken strips served naked or tossed in your tossed 10oz. Prime Rib &Burger Choice of 2 Sides HOUSE GRIND BURGER HOUSE GRIND BURGER 10% Off To Go Orders 5$16 PM Chicken $14 / Shrimp $15 /&After Mahi Saturday Burger Night: 1/3Lb. Burger &pasta Choice of Side $8*$8 * * Burger Night: 1/3Lb. Choice of $20 Side HalfPieces pound angus burger with your choice of cheddar, BEER BATTERED SHRIMP Chicken $14 / Shrimp $15 / Mahi $16 of catfish fried with choice of side $11 Saturday Chicken $14 / Shrimp $15 / Mahi $16 Crispy fried shrimp $13 Friday Pieces of catfish with choice side $11 of 2 Sides $22 * 12oz. Prime Rib & Choice choice sauce &fried choice of side $9ofchoice Halfprovolone, pound angus burger with your choice of cheddar, Half pound angus burger with your of cheddar, 10% Off To Go Orders After 5 PM Domestic Pitcher Specials * Domestic Pitcher Specials * CRISPY CHICKEN CORNMEAL DUSTED CATFISH swiss or pepper-jack cheese. Served with Thursday Crispy fried shrimp with choice of side $13 10% Off To Go Orders After PM$8 * Night: 1/3Lb. Burger & Choice of 5Side FRIED GREEN TOMATOES Sunday ROAST POT provolone, or pepper-jack cheese. Served with Burger provolone, swiss orswiss pepper-jack cheese. Served with Friday Crispy chicken strips served naked or tossed in your Pieces of catfish fried with of bun side $11 10oz. Prime RibPitcher & Choice of 2 Sides $20 * lettuce, tomato, onion on achoice toasted $12 ROAST POT Domestic ROAST POT BEER BATTERED SHRIMP Specials * Crispy fried green tomatoes over a bed of seasonal FRIED GREEN TOMATOES BEER BATTERED SHRIMP 10 AM 2 PM CORNMEAL DUSTED CATFISH Brunch Menu Sunday Chunks of braised ribeye smothered in Side Saturday lettuce, tomato, onion on a toasted bun $12 lettuce, tomato, onion& on a or toasted bun $12 Burger Night: 1/3Lb. Burger of of&2Choice Sides $22 12oz. Prime Rib & Saturday Choice choice of sauce choice of side $9 FRIED GREEN TOMATOES AddCrispy bacon, mushrooms caramelized onions Chunks of braised ribeye smothered in * $8 * Sunday Chunks of braised ribeye smothered in fried shrimp with choice of side $13 greens and topped with remoulade sauce $8 Crispy fried green tomatoes over a bed of seasonal Crispy fried shrimp with choice of side $13 Bottomless Mimosas $10 Pieces of catfish fried with choice of side $11 Brunch Menu 10 AM 2 PM brown gravy & served with garlic mashed 10% Off To Go Orders After 5 PM Add bacon, mushrooms or caramelized onions 5 PM 10% Off To Go Orders After Addfor bacon, mushrooms or caramelized onions Domestic Pitcher Specials * BEER BATTERED SHRIMP brown gravy & served with garlic mashed Crispy fried green tomatoes over a bed of seasonal $1greens each and topped with remoulade sauce $8 Menu 10 AM mashed - 2$10 PM brown gravy served withMimosas garlic Saturday Friday Bottomless Bloody Marys $13.50 Bottomless potatoes &&Brunch honey glazed carrots $15 forfried $1 each for $1 each potatoes honey glazed carrots $15 CORNMEAL DUSTED CATFISH Crispy shrimp withwith choice of side $13 greens and topped remoulade sauce $8 Bottomless Mimosas $10 potatoes &Bottomless honey glazed carrots $15 10% Off& To Go Orders After 5 PM FRIED GREEN TOMATOES Burger Night: 1/3Lb. Burger & Choice of Side $8 * QUESADILLA FRIED GREEN TOMATOES Bloody Marys $13.50 Sunday BEER BATTERED SHRIMP Sunday Saturday Pieces of catfish fried with choice of side $11 Bottomless Bloody Marys $13.50 THECrispy DIP fried green tomatoes over aof bed of$13 seasonal Domestic Pitcher Specials *PM last *Available after 5 PM while supplies Choice of shaved ribeye orchoice chicken, with roasted bell QUESADILLA green tomatoes over aside bed of seasonal Brunch Menu 10 AM 2 PM Crispy fried shrimp with Brunch Menu 10 AM 2 THE DIP 10% OffSunday To Go Orders After 5 PM THE DIP FRIED GREEN TOMATOES QUESADILLA Shaved prime rib, caramelized onions, provolone greens and topped with remoulade sauce $8 *Available after 5Sprouts PM while supplies peppers, caramelized onions, pepper jack cheese Choice of shaved ribeye or chicken, with roasted bell Bottomless Mimosas $10 greens and topped with remoulade sauce $8 Bottomless Mimosas $10 last Shaved prime rib, caramelized onions, provolone Brussel $5 Shaved prime rib, caramelized onions, provolone BEER BATTERED SHRIMP fried green tomatoes over a bed of seasonal Crispy Brussel $5 *Available after 510Sprouts PM while supplies last Choice of shaved ribeye or chicken, with roasted bell Brunch Menu AM -Marys 2 PM Saturday Brussel Sprouts $5 baguette cheese & horseradish cream on a toasted Bottomless Bloody Marys $13.50 and served with chipotle sour cream & salsa $10 Symbol indicates item is Gluten Free peppers, caramelized onions, pepper jack cheese Bottomless Bloody FRIED GREEN TOMATOES Stone Ground Grits $4 baguette cheese & horseradish cream on a toasted Sunday Stone Ground Grits $4$13.50 Crispy fried shrimp with choice of side $13 greens and topped with remoulade sauce $8 baguette cheese & horseradish cream on a toasted peppers, caramelized onions, pepper jack cheese Bottomless Mimosas $10 Stone Ground Grits $4 10% Off To Go Orders After 5 PM QUESADILLA and served with chipotle sourover cream & salsa $10 Symbol indicates item is Gluten Honey Glazed Carrots with au jus QUESADILLA fried green tomatoes a bed of seasonal Crispy Honey Glazed Carrots with au$14 jus $14 Brunch Menu 10 AM -$4 2$4PMFree Bottomless Bloody Marys $13.50 and served withribeye chipotle sour cream &roasted salsa $10 Symbol indicates item is$4 Gluten Free Honey Glazed with au jus $14 Garlic Mashed Potatoes $3 *Available after 5 PM while supplies Choice of shaved or chicken, with *Available after 5Carrots PM while supplies last Choice of shaved ribeye or chicken, with roasted Garlic Mashed Potatoes $3 last greens and topped with remoulade sauce $8 bellbell Bottomless Mimosas $10 GarlicFrench Mashed Potatoes $3 FRIED GREEN TOMATOES QUESADILLA Green Beans $3 Sunday French Green Beans $3 peppers, caramelized onions, pepper jack cheese peppers, caramelized onions, pepper jack cheese TOP DOG Bottomless Bloody Marys $13.50 TOP DOG French Green Beans $3 *Available after 5 PM while supplies Crispy green tomatoes over awith bed of seasonal Choice offried shaved ribeye or sour chicken, bell Brunch Menu 10 item AM -is2Gluten PMlast TOP DOG and served with chipotle cream & roasted salsa $10 Symbol indicates item is Gluten Free cream &with salsa $10 and served with chipotle sour Symbol indicates Free QUESADILLA Grilled quarter pound angus beef hotdog chili, Grilled quarter pound angus beef hotdog with chili, greens and topped with remoulade sauce $8 peppers, caramelized onions, pepper jack cheese Bottomless Mimosas $10 Grilled quarter pound angus beef hotdog with chili, *Available after 5 PM while supplies last Choice of shaved ribeye or chicken, with roasted bell cheese, onions & sauerkraut $8 cheese, onions & sauerkraut $8 andonions served & with chipotle sour cream & salsa $10 Symbol indicates item Marys is Gluten Free Bottomless Bloody $13.50 cheese, peppers, sauerkraut caramelized$8 onions, pepper jack cheese QUESADILLA and served with chipotle sour cream & salsa $10 Symbol indicates item is Gluten Free YARD YARD BIRD *Available after 5 PM while supplies last Choice ofBIRD shaved ribeye or chicken, with roasted bell YARD BIRD Grilled chicken breast, swiss cheese, bacon, dill aioli. Grilled chicken breast, swiss cheese, bacon, dill aioli. peppers, caramelized onions, pepper jack cheese Grilled chicken swiss cheese, bacon, dill aioli. Served onwith a toasted $10cream Bottled Pepsi Products $3Free Served on a breast, toasted bun bun $10 Bottled Pepsi Products $3 and served chipotle sour & salsa $10 Symbol indicates item is Gluten Served on a toasted bun $10 Bottled Tea Pepsi Products $3 Teaoror Coffee $2 Coffee $2 Tea or Coffee $2 Orange, Pineapple, CranberryJuice Juice $2 $2 FISH TACOS Orange, Pineapple, ororCranberry FISH TACOS Fountain Soda: Pepsi, Diet Pepsi, Orange, Pineapple, or Cranberry Juice $2 FISH TACOS Blackened mahi-mahi, chipotle sour cream, pepperFountain Soda: Pepsi, Diet Pepsi, Blackened mahi-mahi, chipotle sour cream, pepperDr. Pepper, Lemonade, Mountain Dew, Fountain Soda: Pepsi, Diet Pepsi, Dew, jack cheese andchipotle jalapeñosour tartar slaw. Served on flour Blackened mahi-mahi, cream, pepperDr. Pepper, Lemonade, Mountain jack cheese and jalapeño tartar slaw. Served on flour Mist Twist, orMountain Ginger AleDew, $2 Dr. Pepper, Lemonade, tortillas tacos) $12 jack cheese and (2 jalapeño tartar slaw. Served on flour Mist Twist, or Ginger Ale $2

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Dinner Cheese (cheddar, provolone, swiss or Stella Artois $5 $5 Dinner available available daily daily 5pm-9pm 5pm-9pm Choice of Turkey, Ham, BLT, & Pimento Stella cheese, Served with lettuce, tomato onion $6 /$6 $9/ $9 Stella Artois Artois $5 BEER BOTTLED BEER Served with choice of lettuce, potato wedges, sweet potato fries, onion rings, Served with tomato & onion DOMESTIC DRAFT Served with lettuce, tomato & onion $6 / $9 Served with choice of potato wedges, sweet potato fries, onion rings, DOMESTIC DRAFT BEER Heineken $4.75 Egg Salad, Tuna Salad or Chicken Salad. Side House or Side Caesar $4 SOUTHERN SHRIMP & GRITS e, eese, Heineken $4.75 Side House or Side Caesar $4 Served with choice of potato wedges, sweet potato fries, onion rings, SOUTHERN SHRIMP & GRITS DOMESTIC DRAFT BEER Heineken $4.75 SOUTHERN SHRIMP & GRITS Budweiser, Bud Light, Miller Lite, Coors Light, Side House or Side Caesar $4 house chips, pasta salad, or pork rinds. $4 Coors Light, Yuengling, Michelob Ultra Served with choice of potato wedges, sweet potato fries, onion rings, DOMESTIC DRAFT BEER Onion Rings $4 house chips,wheat pasta salad, or pork rye). rinds. Coors Light, Yuengling, Michelob Ultra $4 $4 Lightly blackened gulf shrimp, creole sauce, Blue Moon $4.75 Toasted bread (white, or marble Onion Rings $4 blue Side House or Side Caesar $4 Lightly blackened gulf shrimp, creole sauce, Blue Moon $4.75 SCENIC CLUB house chips, pasta salad, or pork rinds. 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SCENIC CLUB Coors Light, Yuengling, Michelob Ultra $4 Pasta Salad $4 Substitute side to soup or side salad for only $2 stone ground grits, green onions $17 DosDos Equis $4.50 Onion Rings $4 Cheese& (cheddar, provolone, orof pepper Substitute side to soup orswiss side salad for onlyjack). $2 Dinner available daily 5pm-9pm , blue stone ground grits, green $17 Equis $4.50 stone ground grits, green onions Pasta Salad $4onions Turkey ham served on your choice toasted bread Served with choice ofserved potato wedges, sweet potato fries, onion rings, DosArtois Equis $4.50 DOMESTIC DRAFT BEER Substitute to soup or sideor salad for only $2 Stella $5 Potato Wedges Turkey & ham on your choice of toasted bread Potato Wedges $3$3 $17 Pasta Salad $4 , blue Side House or Side Caesar $4 Turkey &side ham served on your choice of toasted bread PREMIUM DRAFT BEER Substitute side to soup side salad for only $2 PREMIUM DRAFT BEER Corona Premier $4.25 Served with lettuce, tomato & onion $6 / $9 Gluten Free Bread Available Glutenonion, Free Bread Available Potato Wedges $3 Corona Premier $4.25 eese, withwith lettuce ,house tomato, garlic bacon, Pork Rinds $3 Corona Premier $4.25 Pork chips, pasta salad, oraioli, pork rinds.bacon, PREMIUM DRAFT BEER Coors Light, Yuengling, Michelob Ultra $4Tide, Heineken $4.75 Potato Wedges $3 Onion Rings$3 $4 SOUTHERN SHRIMP &Rinds GRITS ,,Gluten tomato, onion, garlic aioli, Gluten Free Bread Available LAND, SEA,SEA, AIR with lettuce lettuce tomato, onion, garlic aioli, bacon, PREMIUM DRAFT BEER e, Sweet Water Pensacola Bay Rip Sweet Water 420,420, Pensacola Bay Rip Tide, Non-Alcoholic St. Pauli $3 $3 Free Bread Available LAND, AIR Pork Rinds $3$3 LAND, SEA, AIR Non-Alcoholic St. Pauli House Chips $3 House Chips $3 avocado, cheddar & swiss cheese $11 Pork Rinds Non-Alcoholic St. Pauli $3Rip Tide, Pasta Salad $4 Sweet Water 420, Pensacola Bay Lightly blackened gulf shrimp, creole sauce, Blue Moon $4.75 Substitute side to soup orcheese side salad for only $2 Choice of flat iron steak, mahi, or chicken avocado, cheddar & swiss $11 avocado, cheddar & swiss cheese $11 Sweet Water 420, Pensacola Bay Rip Tide, House Chips $3 Choice of iron steak, mahi, or chicken Blue Moon Belgian White $5.25$5.25 Blue Moon Belgian White Served with choice SANDWICH of potato wedges, sweet potato fries, onion rings, SCENIC CLUB DOMESTIC DRAFT BEER Sweet Potato Fries Choice of flat flat iron steak, mahi, or$4 chicken Sweet Potato Fries $3 n,lue blue House Chips $3 Potato Wedges $3$3 DELI BOARD Side House or Side Caesar DELI BOARD SANDWICH stone ground grits, green onions $17 PREMIUM DRAFT BEER Dos Equis $4.50 breast served with choice of two sides. 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Coors Light, Yuengling, Michelob Ultra $4 Onion Rings $4 DELI BOARD SANDWICH Choice of Turkey, Ham, BLT, PimentoCheese, Cheese, REUBEN Choice of Turkey, Ham, BLT, Pimento Chicken $14$14 / Mahi $16Chips / Steak $18$18 Sweet Water 420, Pensacola Corona Premier $4.25Bay Rip Tide, REUBEN ue Chicken / Mahi $16 / Steak REUBEN House $3 BOTTLED BEER Chicken $14 / Mahi $16 / Steak $18 with lettuce , tomato, onion, garlic aioli, bacon, Pasta Salad $4 BOTTLED BEER Choice of Turkey, Ham, BLT, Pimento Cheese, Substitute side to soup or side salad for only $2 Choice of Turkey, Ham, BLT, Pimento Cheese, LAND, SEA, AIR Egg Salad, Tuna Salad or Chicken Salad. sliced corned beef brisket, sauerkraut, remoulade Thin HOUSE WINE Egg Salad, Tunacorned Salad or Chicken Salad. Blue Moon Belgian White Non-Alcoholic St. Pauli $3 $5.25 sliced beef brisket, sauerkraut, remoulade Served with choice of potato wedges, sweet potato fries, onion rings, Thin Sweet Fries HOUSE WINE BOTTLED BEER DOMESTIC DRAFT BEER PotatoPotato $3$3 $4 Thin sliced corned beef brisket, sauerkraut, remoulade BEER HOUSE WINE DELI BOARD SANDWICH Budweiser, BudBOTTLED Light, Miller Lite, Coors Light,Light, avocado, cheddar &Salad swiss cheese $11 House orWedges Side Caesar PREMIUM DRAFT BEER ght, Budweiser, Bud Light, Miller Lite, Coors Salad, Tuna Salad or Chicken Salad. Gluten Free Bread Available n, blue EggToasted Choice ofSide flat iron steak, mahi, or chicken Egg Salad, Tuna or Chicken Salad. G.O.P. PASTA Toasted bread (white, wheat or marble rye). sauce & swiss cheese on marble rye $12 Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, Moscato, Sauvignon Blanc, bread (white, wheat orPimento marble rye). Pork Rinds $3 G.O.P. PASTA sauce & swiss cheese on marble rye $12 Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, Moscato, Sauvignon Blanc, house chips, pasta salad, or pork rinds. Coors Light, Yuengling, Michelob Ultra $4 , Budweiser, Bud Light, Miller Lite, Coors Light, G.O.P. PASTA sauce & swiss cheese on marble rye $12 Budweiser, Bud Light, Miller Lite, Coors Light, Onion Rings $4 Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, Moscato, Sauvignon Blanc, Choice of Turkey, Ham, BLT, Cheese, Yuengling, Michelob Ultra $3.25 Sweet Water 420, Pensacola Bay Rip Tide, Yuengling, Michelob Ultra $3.25 breast served with choice of two sides. Toasted bread (white, wheat or marble rye). Toasted bread (white, wheat or marble rye). Roasted garlic, olive oil, fresh parsley Cheese (cheddar, provolone, swissororpepper pepperjack). jack). House Chips $3 White Merlot, White Zinfandel, Cabernet Sauvignon, Dinner available daily 5pm-9pm BOTTLED BEER Roasted garlic, olive oil, fresh parsley t, Cheese (cheddar, provolone, swiss Pasta Salad $4 White Merlot, White Zinfandel, Cabernet Sauvignon, Roasted garlic, olive oil, fresh parsley Dinner available daily 5pm-9pm Substitute side to soup or side salad for only $2 Yuengling, Michelob Ultra $3.25 Yuengling, Michelob Ultra $3.25 White Merlot, White Zinfandel, Cabernet Sauvignon, Egg Salad, Tuna Salad or Chicken Salad. Stella Artois $5 REUBEN Blue MoonLindemans Belgian White $5.25 Chicken $14 /Sweet Mahi $16 /daily Steak $18 tossed with pappardelle pasta Potato Fries Stella Artois Cheese (cheddar, provolone, swiss or pepper jack).jack). Cheese (cheddar, provolone, swiss or$6pepper Served with lettuce, tomato onion $9 HOUSE GRIND BURGER Dinner available 5pm-9pm Dinner available daily 5pm-9pm Pinot Noir, Merlot, Red$5 Blend $6 tossed with pappardelle pasta Potato Wedges $3$3 DELI BOARD SANDWICH Budweiser, Bud Light, Miller Lite, Coors Light, HOUSE GRIND BURGER tossed with pappardelle pasta Served with lettuce, tomato & &onion $6 / /rye). $9 Pinot Merlot, Lindemans Red Blend $6 blue PREMIUM DRAFT BEER HOUSE GRIND BURGER Stella Artois $5 Stella Artois $5 Gluten Free Bread Available Pinot Noir, Noir, Merlot, Lindemans Red Blend $6 Toasted bread (white, wheat or marble Heineken $4.75 sliced corned beef brisket, sauerkraut, remoulade Thin SOUTHERN &&GRITS HOUSE WINE Chicken $14$14 / SHRIMP Shrimp $15 / $3 Mahi $16$16 Served with lettuce, tomato & onion $6 / $9 Pork Rinds Heineken $4.75 Served with lettuce, tomato & onion $6 / $9 SOUTHERN SHRIMP GRITS Half pound angus burger with your choice of cheddar, Chicken / Shrimp $15 / Mahi Choice of Turkey, Ham, BLT, Pimento Cheese, Yuengling, Michelob Ultra $3.25 Chicken $14 / Shrimp $15 / Mahi $16 Half pound angus burger with your choice of cheddar, Sweet Water 420, Pensacola Bay Rip Tide, Half pound angus burger with your choice of cheddar, Heineken $4.75 SOUTHERN SHRIMP & GRITS Heineken $4.75 Cheese (cheddar, provolone, swiss or pepper jack). Lightly blackened gulf shrimp, creole sauce, Blue Moon $4.75 G.O.P. PASTA sauce & swiss cheese on marble rye $12 SOUTHERN SHRIMP & GRITS Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, Moscato, Sauvignon Blanc, BOTTLED BEER Dinner available daily 5pm-9pm House Chips $3 Lightly blackened gulf shrimp, creole sauce, Blue Moon SCENIC CLUB provolone, swiss or pepper-jack cheese. Served withwith PREMIUM WINE Egg Salad, Tuna Salad or Chicken Salad. Stella Artois $5$4.75 provolone, swiss or pepper-jack cheese. Served PREMIUM WINE Blue Moon Belgian White $5.25 SCENIC CLUB provolone, swiss ortomato pepper-jack cheese. Served with Lightly blackened gulf shrimp, creole sauce, Blue Moon $4.75 stone ground grits, green onions $17sauce, Roasted garlic, olive oil, fresh parsley PREMIUM WINE Sweet Potato Fries $3 Served with lettuce, & onion $6 / $9 Dos Equis $4.50 ROAST POT Lightly blackened gulf shrimp, creole Blue Moon $4.75 WhiteBudweiser, Merlot, White Zinfandel, Cabernet Sauvignon, Bud Light, Miller Lite, Light, DELI BOARD SANDWICH ROAST POT SCENIC CLUB stone ground grits, green onions $17 Turkey &bread ham served onaon your choice of toasted bread lettuce, tomato, onion onwheat toasted bunbun $12 Dos Equis $4.50 SCENIC CLUB ROAST Wente Chardonnay, CA $7.50 /Coors $26 POT Toasted (white, or marble rye). Heineken $4.75 SOUTHERN SHRIMP & GRITS lettuce, tomato, onion a toasted $12 Wente Chardonnay, CA $7.50 // $26 stone ground grits, green onions $17 tossed with pappardelle pasta Turkey & ham served on your choice of toasted bread e lettuce, tomato, onion on a toasted bun $12 Dos Equis $4.50 Chunks of braised ribeye smothered in Wente Chardonnay, CA $7.50 $26 Corona Premier $4.25 stone ground grits, green onions $17 HOUSE GRIND BURGER Pinot Noir, Merlot, Lindemans Red Blend $6 Dos Equis $4.50 $3.25 Yuengling, Michelob Ultra Chunks of braised ribeye smothered in Choice of Turkey, Ham, BLT, Pimento Cheese, Turkey & ham served on your choice of toasted bread Chunks of braised ribeye smothered in with lettuce , tomato, onion, garlic aioli, bacon, Add bacon, mushrooms or caramelized onions Kendal Jackson Chardonnay, CA $8.50 / $30 Corona Premier $4.25 Turkey & ham served on your choice of toasted bread e, Cheese (cheddar, provolone, swiss or pepper jack). Lightly blackened gulf shrimp, creole sauce, Blue Moon $4.75 Dinner available daily 5pm-9pm Add bacon, mushrooms or caramelized onions Kendal Jackson Chardonnay, CA $8.50 // $30 LAND, SEA, Chicken $14 / AIR Shrimp $15 / Mahi $16 BOTTLED BEER brown gravy & served with garlic mashed Add bacon, mushrooms orgarlic caramelized onions Corona Premier $4.25 with lettuce , tomato, onion, aioli, bacon, Kendal Jackson Chardonnay, CA $8.50 $30 SCENIC CLUB Non-Alcoholic St. Pauli $3 Half pound angus burger with your choice of cheddar, Stella Artois $5 brown gravy & served with garlic mashed Corona Premier $4.25 Egg Salad, Tuna Salad or Chicken Salad. LAND, SEA, AIR brown gravy & served with garlic mashed with lettuce , tomato, onion, aioli, avocado, cheddar &tomato swiss cheese $11 for $1 each La Crema Chardonnay, CALite, $9 /Coors $32 stone ground grits, green onions $17 Served with lettuce, &garlic onion $6 /bacon, $9 Non-Alcoholic St. Pauli $3 Dos Equis $4.50 with lettuce ,cheddar tomato, onion, garlic aioli, bacon, LAND, SEA, AIR Choice of flat iron steak, mahi, or chicken for $1 each La Crema Chardonnay, CA $9 / $32 potatoes & honey glazed carrots $15 Budweiser, Bud Light, Miller Light, for $1 each Non-Alcoholic St. Pauli $3 La Crema Chardonnay, CA $9 / $32 LAND, SEA, AIR avocado, & swiss cheese $11 Turkey & ham served on your choice of toasted bread provolone, swiss or pepper-jack Served potatoes & honey glazed carrots $15 PREMIUM WINE Heineken $4.75 Non-Alcoholic St. Pauli $3 SOUTHERN SHRIMP & GRITS Toasted bread (white, wheat orcheese. marble rye). with potatoes & honey glazed carrots $15 Choice of flat iron steak, mahi, or chicken avocado, cheddar & swiss cheese $11 Benvolio Pinot Grigio, ItalyUltra $7.50 / $26 Corona Premier $4.25 Choice of flat iron steak, mahi, or chicken breast served with choice of two sides. ROAST POT avocado, swisson cheese $11 bun Benvolio Pinot Grigio, Italy $7.50 Yuengling, Michelob $3.25 e Choice of blackened flat iron steak, mahi, or chicken Benvolio Pinot Grigio, Italy $7.50 $26 withcheddar lettuce ,&tomato, onion, garlic aioli, bacon, lettuce, onion a toasted $12 Wente CA$4.75 $7.50 $26 // $26 Lightly gulf shrimp, creole sauce, Blue Moon Cheese (cheddar, provolone, swiss or pepper jack). breast served with choice oftwo two sides. LAND, SEA, AIR Dinner available daily 5pm-9pm REUBEN THE DIPtomato, FunfFunf 5Chardonnay, Moscato, Italy $6.50 / /$22 breast served with choice of sides. Chicken $14 / Mahi $16 / Steak $18 SCENIC CLUB Chunks of braised ribeye smothered in Non-Alcoholic St. Pauli $3 THE DIP 5 Moscato, Italy $6.50 // $22 Stella Artois $5 THE DIP breast served with choice of two sides. Funf 5 Moscato, Italy $6.50 $22 avocado, cheddar & swiss cheese $11 , Add bacon, mushrooms or caramelized onions stone ground grits, green onions $17 Kendal Jackson Chardonnay, CA $8.50 / $30 REUBEN Dos Equis $4.50 Served with lettuce, tomato & onion $6 / $9 Chicken $14 / Mahi $16 / Steak $18 Choice of$14 flat steak, mahi, or$18 chicken REUBEN sliced corned beef sauerkraut, remoulade Thin Shaved prime rib,served caramelized provolone Chicken /iron Mahi $16 garlic / $5 Steak HOUSE WINE brown gravy & served with mashed Robert Mondavi Cabernet Sauvignon, CA $8.25 / $29 Turkey & prime ham onbrisket, youronions, choice of toasted bread Shaved rib, caramelized onions, provolone REUBEN Robert Cabernet Sauvignon, CA Heineken $4.75 Brussel Sprouts d Chicken /SHRIMP Mahi $16 / Steak $18 SOUTHERN &Sprouts GRITS Shaved prime rib, caramelized onions, provolone Robert Mondavi Cabernet Sauvignon, CA $8.25 $8.25 // $29 $29 for $1 each LaMondavi Crema Chardonnay, CA $9 Sauvignon / $32 Brussel $5 Corona Premier $4.25 sliced corned beef brisket, sauerkraut, remoulade Thin breast$14 served with choice of two sides. HOUSE WINE Brussel Sprouts $5 sliced corned beef brisket, sauerkraut, remoulade Thin HOUSE WINE G.O.P. PASTA potatoes & honey glazed carrots $15 sauce & swiss cheese on marble rye $12 baguette cheese & horseradish cream on a toasted Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, Moscato, Blanc, Cabernet Sauvignon, CA $8.50 /$ 30 Broadside with lettuce , tomato, onion, garlic aioli, bacon, Stone Ground Grits $4 baguette cheese & horseradish cream on a toasted Broadside Cabernet Sauvignon, CA $8.50 /$ 30 sliced corned beef brisket, sauerkraut, remoulade Thin Lightly blackened gulf shrimp, creole sauce, Blue Moon $4.75 HOUSE WINE d cheese & horseradish cream on a toasted baguette LAND, SEA, AIR Stone Ground Grits $4 Broadside Cabernet Sauvignon, CA $8.50 /$ 30 REUBEN e Stone Ground Grits $4 Benvolio Pinot Grigio, Italy $7.50 / $26 Chicken $14 /Glazed Mahi $16 / Steak $18 Non-Alcoholic St.CA Pauli $3 / Sauvignon G.O.P. PASTA sauce & jus swiss cheese marble rye $12 SCENIC n Blanc, Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, Moscato, Blanc, G.O.P. PASTA Roasted garlic, olive oil, fresh parsley sauce &CLUB swiss cheese on marble rye $12 Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, Moscato, Sauvignon Blanc, Honey Carrots $4 with au $14 White White Zinfandel, Cabernet Sauvignon, JoshMerlot, Cabernet Sauvignon, $7.50 $26 d avocado, cheddar & on swiss cheese $11 Honey Carrots $4 au jus $14 stone ground grits,Glazed green onions $17 Sauvignon, CA $7.50 // $26 Josh Cabernet Dos Equis $4.50 G.O.P. PASTA Choice of flat iron steak, mahi, or chicken sauce &with swiss cheese on marble $12 Honey Glazed Carrots $4 lanc, Chardonnay, Grigio, Moscato, Sauvignon Blanc, with au juscorned $14 Sauvignon, CA/Cabernet $7.50 $26 Josh Cabernet sliced beef sauerkraut, remoulade Thin HOUSE WINE THE DIP lanc, Funf 5Pinot Moscato, Italy $6.50 $22 Roasted garlic, olive oil,fresh fresh parsley Turkey &GRIND ham served on brisket, yourrye choice of toasted bread Roasted garlic, olive oil, parsley tossed with pappardelle pasta Garlic Mashed Potatoes $3 vignon, White Merlot, White Zinfandel, Sauvignon, White Merlot, White Zinfandel, Cabernet Sauvignon, HOUSE BURGER Pinot Noir, Merlot, Lindemans Red Blend $6 Intrinsic Red Blend, WA $11 / $40 Garlic Mashed Potatoes $3 Garlic Mashed Potatoes $3 breast served with choice of two sides. Intrinsic Red Blend, WA $11 // $40 Roasted olive oil, fresh Corona Premier $4.25 Intrinsic Red Blend, WA $11 $40 non, White Merlot, White Zinfandel, Cabernet Sauvignon, G.O.P.garlic, PASTA sauce &GRIND swiss cheese on marble rye $12 Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, Moscato, Sauvignon Blanc, Shaved prime rib, caramelized onions, provolone French Green Beans $3 non, Robert Mondavi Cabernet Sauvignon, CA $8.25 / $6 $29 tossed with pappardelle pasta tossed with pappardelle pasta Chicken $14 / Shrimp $15 /parsley Mahi $16 with lettuce ,angus tomato, onion, garlic aioli, bacon, HOUSE GRIND BURGER French Green $3 HOUSE BURGER $6 Pinot Noir, Lindemans Red Blend $6 Pinot Noir, Merlot, Lindemans Red Blend Half pound burger with your choice of cheddar, Brussel Sprouts $5 TOP DOG Hess Treo RedMerlot, Blend, CA Pauli $7.25 / $25 French Green Beans $3 REUBEN LAND, SEA, AIR Chicken $14 //Mahi $16 / Beans Steak $18 TOP DOG tossed with pappardelle pasta Hess Treo Red Blend, CA $7.25 / $25 Non-Alcoholic St. $3 resh Roasted garlic, olive oil, fresh parsley ed TOP DOG Hess Treo Red Blend, CA $7.25 / $25 HOUSE GRIND BURGER Pinot Noir, Merlot, Lindemans Red Blend $6 White Merlot, White Zinfandel, Cabernet Sauvignon, baguette cheese & horseradish cream on a toasted Chicken $14 Shrimp $15 / Mahi $16 Chicken $14 / Shrimp $15 / Mahi $16 Sauvignon, CA $8.50 /$ 30 Broadside Cabernet avocado, cheddar & swiss cheese $11 Stone Ground Grits $4 Half pound angus burger with your choice of cheddar, Half pound angus burger with your choice of cheddar, provolone, swiss or pepper-jack cheese. Served with Grilled quarter pound angus beef hotdog with chili, PREMIUM WINE Apothic Crush Red Blend, CA $7.50 / $26 Choice of flat iron steak, mahi, or chicken sliced corned beef brisket, sauerkraut, remoulade Thin HOUSE WINE Grilled quarter pound angus beef hotdog with chili, Chicken $14 / Shrimp $15 / Mahi $16 Apothic Crush Red Blend, CA $7.50 / $26 tossed with pappardelle pasta$4 resh Grilled quarter pound angus beef hotdog with chili, Apothic Red Blend, CARed $7.50 / $26 HOUSE GRIND BURGER ROAST Halfprovolone, pound angus burger with your choice of$12 cheddar, POT Pinot Noir, Crush Merlot, Lindemans Blend $6 Honey Glazed Carrots with au jus $14swiss Josh Cabernet Sauvignon, CA $7.50 $26 provolone, or pepper-jack cheese. Served with PREMIUM WINE swiss or pepper-jack cheese. with breast served with choice of /two sides. lettuce, onion onmarble a$8 toasted bun cheese, onions &cheese sauerkraut PREMIUM WINE Wente Chardonnay, CA ///$26 Murphy Goode Pinot Noir, CA$7.50 $7.50 $26 resh G.O.P. PASTA sauce & tomato, swiss on rye $12Served Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, Moscato, Sauvignon Blanc, cheese, onions & sauerkraut $8 Chicken $14 / Shrimp $15 Mahi Murphy Goode Pinot Noir, CA $7.50 // $26 Garlic Mashed Potatoes $3 $16 cheese, onions & burger sauerkraut $8 ROAST POT Chunks of braised ribeye smothered in Murphy Goode Pinot Noir, CA $7.50 $26 Half pound angus with your choice of cheddar, ROAST POT provolone, swiss or pepper-jack cheese. Served with Intrinsic Red Blend, WA $11 / $40 PREMIUM WINE REUBEN lettuce, tomato, onion acaramelized toastedbun bun$12 $12 Chicken $14 / Mahi $16 / Steak $18 Chardonnay, CA $7.50 / $32 $26 Add bacon, mushrooms onions Roasted garlic, olive oil, fresh parsley lettuce, tomato, onion onon aortoasted Kendal Jackson Chardonnay, $8.50 //$30 LaWente Crema Pinot Noir, CA $9 /$9 $32 Wente Chardonnay, CA $7.50 $26 White Merlot, White Zinfandel, Cabernet Sauvignon, French Green Beans $3 ROAST POT La Crema Pinot Noir, CA / Chunks of braised ribeye smothered in brown gravy & served with garlic mashed La Crema Pinot Noir, CA $9 / $32 ed provolone, swiss or pepper-jack cheese. Served with Chunks of braised ribeye smothered in PREMIUM WINE TOP DOG Hess Treo Red Blend, CA $7.25 $25 lettuce, tomato, onion on a or toasted bun $12onions Wente Chardonnay, CA $7.50 / $8.50 $26 sliced corned beef brisket, sauerkraut, remoulade Thin HOUSE WINE Add bacon, mushrooms or caramelized onions tossed pappardelle pasta Kendal Jackson Chardonnay, CA / $30/ $30 for $1 each YARD BIRD La Crema Chardonnay, CA $9 /Blend $32 Meiomi Pinot Noir, CA $10.50 //$8.50 $38 Add bacon, mushrooms caramelized HOUSE GRIND BURGER $30 Kendal Jackson Chardonnay, CA POT ROAST Pinot Noir, Merlot, Lindemans Red Chunks ofwith braised ribeye smothered in YARD BIRD brown gravy & served with garlic mashed Meiomi Pinot Noir, CA $38 potatoes & honey glazed carrots $15 sh th, fresh YARD BIRD Meiomi Pinot Noir, CA $10.50 $38/$6 brown gravy &Shrimp served with garlic mashed lettuce, tomato, onion on abeef toasted bunwith $12chili, Wente Chardonnay, CA $10.50 $7.50 / //$32 $26 Grilled quarter pound angus hotdog Apothic Crush Red Blend, Addfor bacon, mushrooms or caramelized onions G.O.P. PASTA Kendal Jackson Chardonnay, CA $8.50 $30 sauce & swiss cheese on marble rye $12 Chardonnay, Pinot Grigio, Moscato, Sauvignon Blanc, Chicken $14 / $15 / Mahi $16 for $1 each La Crema Chardonnay, CA $9 / Grilled chicken breast, swiss cheese, bacon, dill aioli. Benvolio Pinot Grigio, Italy $7.50 / $26 Bogle Merlot, CA $7.50 / $26 Chunks of braised ribeye smothered in Half pound angusbreast, burgerswiss with cheese, your choice of cheddar, $1 each brown gravy& served with garlic mashed La Crema Chardonnay, $9 // $30 $32 potatoes glazed carrots $15 Grilled chicken bacon, dill aioli. aioli. Bogle Merlot, CA $7.50 //CA $26 oth, bacon, dill Grilled chicken breast, swiss cheese, potatoes &&honey honey glazed carrots $15 Bogle Merlot, CA CA $7.50 $26 Add bacon, mushrooms or$8 caramelized onions Kendal Jackson Chardonnay, CA $8.50 cheese, onions & sauerkraut Murphy Goode Pinot Noir, $7.50 ///Sauvignon, $26 Roasted garlic, olive oil, fresh parsley for $1 each La Crema Chardonnay, CA $9 $32 White Merlot, White Zinfandel, Cabernet Benvolio Pinot Grigio, Italy $7.50 $26 garlic mashed THE DIP brown gravy & served with Served on a toasted bun $10 h Funf 5 Moscato, Italy $6.50 / $22 Schmitt Riesling, Germany $8.50 / $30 Bottled Pepsi Products $3 oth, provolone, swiss or pepper-jack cheese. Served with potatoes & honey glazed carrots $15 PREMIUM WINE Benvolio Pinot Grigio, Italy $7.50 / $26 Served on bun Schmitt Riesling, Germany // $30 Bottled Pepsi Products $3 Served on a a toasted toasted bun $10 $10 Schmitt Riesling, Germany $8.50 Pepsi Products $3 for $1 each tossed with pappardelle pasta La Crema Chardonnay, CA $9 /$22 $32 La Crema Pinot Noir, CAItaly $9 /$8.50 $32 ROAST POT HOUSE GRIND BURGER Pinot Noir, Merlot, Lindemans Red Blend $6 Benvolio Pinot Grigio, $7.50 //$30 $26 THE DIP potatoes &Bottled honey glazed carrots $15 Funf 5 Moscato, Italy $6.50 /CA Shaved prime rib, caramelized onions, Tea or Coffee $2 Robert Mondavi Cabernet Sauvignon, $8.25 Joel Gott Sauvignon Blanc, CA $7 $24 lettuce, tomato, onion on a toasted bunprovolone $12 Wente Chardonnay, CAItaly $7.50 /$7 $26 THE DIP Funf 5 Noir, Moscato, $6.50 $22/ $29 Tea or Coffee $2 Joel Gott Sauvignon Blanc, CA //$26 $24 Brussel Sprouts $5 or $2 Tea or Coffee $2 Joel Gott Sauvignon Blanc, CA $7 $24 Chicken $14 / Shrimp $15 / Mahi $16 fresh Benvolio Pinot Grigio, Italy $7.50 / YARD BIRD Chunks of braised ribeye smothered in Meiomi Pinot CA $10.50 / $38 Half pound angus burger with your choice of cheddar, THE DIP Shaved prime rib, caramelized onions, provolone Funf 5 Moscato, Italy $6.50 / $22 Robert Mondavi Cabernet Sauvignon, CA $8.25 /$33 $29 Orange, Pineapple, or Cranberry Juice $2 baguette cheese & horseradish cream on a toasted FISH TACOS Broadside Cabernet Sauvignon, CA $8.50 /$ Blanc, NewNew Zealand $9.25 / $30 $33 Kono Sauvignon Add bacon, mushrooms or caramelized onions Kendal Jackson Chardonnay, CA $8.50 /CA Stone Ground Grits Orange, Pineapple, or Juice Brussel Sprouts $5$4mashed FISH TACOS Shaved prime rib, caramelized onions, provolone Kono Sauvignon Blanc, Zealand $9.25 //30 25 /$2 $29 Robert Mondavi Cabernet Sauvignon, $8.25 h, Orange, Pineapple, or Cranberry Cranberry Juice $2 $2 oth, FISH TACOS Kono Sauvignon Blanc, New Zealand $9.25 $33 / $29 brown gravy & served with garlic THE DIP Funf 5Merlot, Moscato, Italy $6.50 / $8.50 $22 Grilled chicken breast, swiss cheese, bacon, dill aioli. /for $29 Bogle CA $7.50 / $26 Brussel Sprouts $5 provolone, swiss or pepper-jack cheese. Served with PREMIUM WINE baguette cheese & horseradish cream on a toasted Fountain Soda: Pepsi, Diet Pepsi, Shaved prime rib, caramelized onions, provolone Broadside Cabernet Sauvignon, CA /$ 30 Honey Glazed Carrots $4 with au jus $14 $29 Robert Mondavi Cabernet Sauvignon, CA $8.25 //$$29 Blackened mahi-mahi, chipotle sour cream, pepperSauvignon, CA $7.50 / $26 Josh Cabernet Casa Farive Cuvée Champagne, Italy $4.50 / $14 Stone Ground Grits $4 for $2 for $1 each La Crema Chardonnay, CA Italy $9 / $32 Fountain Soda: Pepsi, Pepsi, Blackened mahi-mahi, chipotle sour cream, pepperChampagne, $4.50 // /$14 Casa Farive Cuvée Sprouts $5Diet baguette cheese & horseradish cream on aonions, toasted ROAST POT $ 30 Broadside Cabernet Sauvignon, CA $8.50 30 Fountain Soda: Pepsi, Diet Pepsi, Blackened mahi-mahi, chipotle sour cream, potatoes &Brussel honey glazed carrots $15 Champagne, Italy $4.50 $14 Casa Farive Cuvée Stone Ground Grits $4 Shaved prime rib, caramelized provolone Robert Mondavi Cabernet Sauvignon, $8.25 $29 Served on a and toasted bun $10 30 Schmitt Riesling, Germany $8.50 ///CA $30 Bottled Pepsi Products $3$4 lettuce, tomato, onion on a toasted bun $12onpepperGarlic Mashed Potatoes $3 Wente Chardonnay, CA $7.50 $26 Honey Glazed Carrots with au jus $14 Dr. Pepper, Lemonade, Mountain Dew, Sauvignon, CA $7.50 / $26 Brussel Sprouts $5 Josh Cabernet baguette cheese & horseradish cream on a toasted jack cheese jalapeño tartar slaw. Served flour esh Intrinsic Red Blend, WA $11 $40 0 Broadside Cabernet Sauvignon, CA $8.50 /$ 30 LaMarca Prosecco, Italy $7 / $24 Grigio, Italy $7.50 / $26 Benvolio Pinot Dr. Pepper, Lemonade, Mountain Dew, Stone Ground Grits $4 jack cheese and jalapeño tartar slaw. Served on flour Chunks ofGarlic braised ribeye smothered in LaMarca Prosecco, Italy $7 / $24 Dr. Pepper, Lemonade, Mountain Dew, Honey Glazed Carrots $4 with au jus $14 6 Sauvignon, CA $7.50 / $26 Josh Cabernet jack cheese and jalapeño tartar slaw. Served on flour LaMarca Prosecco, Italy $7 / $24 baguette cheese & horseradish cream on a toasted French Green Beans $3 Broadside Cabernet Sauvignon, CA $8.50 /$ 30 Tea or Coffee $2 JoelHess Gott Sauvignon Blanc, CA $7$8.50 // $24 Mashed Potatoes Stone Ground Grits $4$3 Add bacon, mushrooms or caramelized onions Kendal Jackson Chardonnay, CA //$30 Twist, or Ginger Ale $4 $2 Intrinsic Red Blend, WA $11 TOP DOG (2 tacos) $12 Treo CA $7.25 /$40 $25 Honey Carrots au jus $14 Red, Italy Bottle $55 Sauvignon, CA $7.50 $26 JoshPrisoner Cabernet THE DIP Mist Twist, orwith Ginger Ale $2 Funf 5 Moscato, Italy $6.50 / $11 $22 brown Mist gravy & Glazed served garlic mashed Garlic Mashed Potatoes $3 $2 tortillas (2 tacos) Mist Twist, Ginger Ale $2 Prisoner Red, Italy Bottle $55 roth, $2 $2 withtortillas for tortillas (2 $14 tacos) $12 $12 Intrinsic Red Blend, WA $40 French Green Beans $3 Prisoner Red, Italy Bottle $55 Honey Glazed Carrots $4 with au jus Orange, Pineapple, oror Cranberry Juice Josh Cabernet Sauvignon, CA $7.50 ///$26 FISH TACOS New Zealand $9.25 $33 Kono Sauvignon Blanc, for $1 each La Crema Chardonnay, CA $9 / $32 TOP DOG Garlic Mashed Potatoes $3 Hess Treo Red Blend, CA $7.25 / $25 Grilled quarter pound angus beef hotdog with chili, Apothic Crush Red Blend, CA $7.50 / $26 French Green Beans $3 Shaved prime rib, caramelized onions, provolone potatoes & honey glazed carrots $15 Intrinsic Red Blend, WA $11 / $40 Robert Mondavi Cabernet Sauvignon, CA $8.25 / $29 Garlic Mashed Potatoes $3 Brussel Sprouts $5 TOP DOG quarter Fountain Soda: Pepsi, Pepsi, Hess Treo Red Blend, CA $7.25 /$14 $25 Intrinsic Red Blend, WA $11 / $40 Blackened mahi-mahi, chipotle sour cream, pepper*Consumption of chili, raw under cooked meats, poultry, shellfish , orDiet eggs maymay increase youryour risk of food borne illness Casa Farive Cuvée Champagne, Italy $4.50 /$26 French Green Beans $3 Benvolio Pinot Grigio, Italy $7.50 / /$26 Grilled pound anguson beef hotdog with *Consumption of or raw or under under cooked meats, poultry, shellfish or eggs eggs increase risk of food borne illness Apothic Crush Red Blend, CA $7.50 //$25 cheese, & sauerkraut $8 $2 Murphy Goode Pinot Noir, CA $7.50 $26 *Consumption of raw or cooked meats, poultry, shellfish ,, or increase your risk of food borne illness baguette cheese &onions horseradish cream a toasted TOP DOG Broadside Cabernet Sauvignon, CA $8.50 /$ 30 French Green Beans $3may Hess Treo Red Blend, CA $7.25 Stone Ground Grits $4 Dr. Pepper, Lemonade, Mountain Dew, Grilled quarter pound angus beef hotdog with chili, TOP DOG Apothic Crush Red Blend, CA / $26 Hess Treo Red Blend, CA $7.25 /$7.50 $25 jack cheese and jalapeño tartar $8 slaw. Served on flour 18%18% LaMarca Prosecco, Italy $7 / $7.50 $24 GRATUITY WILL BE ADDED TO PARTIES OF 8OF OR THE DIP Funf 5 Moscato, Italy $6.50 //$22 cheese, onions sauerkraut Murphy Goode Pinot Noir, CA GRATUITY WILL BE ADDED ADDED TO PARTIES PARTIES 8 MORE OR MORE MORE h,6 La Crema Pinot Noir, CA $9 $32 Honey Glazed Carrots $4 with au jus $14 &angus 18% GRATUITY WILL BE TO OF 8 OR Josh Cabernet Sauvignon, CA $7.50 / /$26 quarter pound beef hotdog withwith chili,chili, Apothic Crush Red Blend, CA $7.50 /$26 $26 Mist Twist, or Ginger Ale $2 for $2 Grilled Grilled quarter pound angus hotdog CA $7.50 / $26 cheese, onions sauerkraut $8beef Apothic Crush Red Blend, tortillas (2 tacos)&rib, $12 Prisoner Red, Italy Bottle $55 26 Murphy Goode Pinot Noir, CA $7.50 $26 Shaved prime caramelized onions, provolone Robert Mondavi Cabernet Sauvignon, CA $8.25 // $29 Garlic Mashed Potatoes $3 La Crema Pinot Noir, CA $9 / $32 YARD BIRD Meiomi Pinot Noir, CA $10.50 / $38 Intrinsic Red Pinot Blend,Noir, WA $11 / $40 / $26 Brussel Sprouts $5 cheese, onionsonions & sauerkraut $8 $8 Murphy Goode CACA $7.50 cheese, & sauerkraut Murphy Goode Pinot Noir, CA $7.50 / $26 La Crema Pinot Noir, $9 $32 French Green Beans $3 baguette cheese & horseradish cream on a toasted Broadside Cabernet Sauvignon, CA $8.50 YARD BIRD Meiomi Noir, CA $38/$ 30 Stone shellfish Ground $4 increase your risk of food borne Grilled chicken breast, swiss cheese, bacon, dill aioli. Bogle Merlot, CA $7.50 /$9 $26 TOP DOG Hess TreoPinot Red Blend, CA$10.50 $7.25 // $25 *Consumption of raw or under cooked meats, poultry, , orGrits eggs may illness La Crema Pinot Noir, CA $32/ $38 LaMeiomi Crema Pinot Noir, CA $9 / /$32 YARD BIRD Pinot Noir, CA $10.50 Honey Glazed Carrots $4 with auquarter jus $14 Sauvignon, CA $7.50 //$30 $26 Josh Cabernet Grilled chicken breast, swiss cheese, bacon, dillchili, aioli. Bogle Merlot, CA $7.50 / $26 Served on a toasted bun $10 r $2 Schmitt Riesling, Germany $8.50 / Bottled Pepsi Products $3 Grilled pound angus beef hotdog with Apothic Crush Red Blend, CA $7.50 $26 18% GRATUITY WILL BE ADDEDPotatoes TO PARTIES OF 8 OR MORE YARD BIRD Meiomi Pinot Noir, CA $10.50 / $38 YARD BIRD Garlic Mashed $3 Meiomi Pinot Noir, CA $10.50 / $38 Grilled chicken breast, swiss cheese, bacon, dill aioli. Bogle Merlot, CA $7.50 / $26 Intrinsic Red Blend, WA $11 / $40 Served on a toasted bun $10 Schmitt Riesling, Germany $8.50 / $30 Bottled Pepsi Products $3 Tea or Coffee $2 Joel Gott Sauvignon Blanc, CA $7 $24 cheese, onions & sauerkraut $8 Murphy Goode Pinot Noir, CA $7.50 / $26 French Green Beans $3 Grilled chicken swiss cheese, bacon, dill aioli. Bogle Merlot, CA $7.50 $26 Grilled chicken breast, cheese, bacon, dill aioli. Bogle Merlot, CA $7.50 / /$26 TOP Served on a breast, toasted bun swiss $10 Hess TreoSauvignon Red Blend, CA $7.25 /$9.25 $25 Schmitt Riesling, Germany $8.50 Products $3 Tea Pepsi or Coffee $2 Gott Blanc, CA $7 / $24// $30 Orange,Bottled Pineapple, or Cranberry Juice $2 FISHDOG TACOS KonoJoel Sauvignon Blanc, New Zealand $33 La Crema Pinot Noir, CA $9 / $32 Served on a toasted bun $10 Schmitt Riesling, Germany $8.50 $30 Bottled Pepsi Served on a toasted $10beef hotdog with chili, Schmitt Riesling, Germany $8.50 // /$30 Bottled Pepsi Products $3Juice $2 Grilled quarter poundbun angus Apothic Red Blend, CA $7.50 $26 Orange, Pineapple, or Cranberry Tea orProducts Coffee $2$3 FISH TACOS JoelCrush Gott Sauvignon Blanc, CA $7 // $24 Fountain Soda: Pepsi, Diet Pepsi, Kono Sauvignon Blanc, New Zealand $9.25 $33 Blackened mahi-mahi, chipotle sour cream, pepperChampagne, Italy $4.50 $14 Casa Farive Cuvée YARD BIRD $38 Meiomi Pinot Noir, CA $10.50 / TeaTea or or Coffee $2Diet Joel Gott Sauvignon Blanc, CA$7 $7 $24 Coffee $2 Pepsi, Joel Sauvignon Blanc, ///$24 33 cheese, onions sauerkraut $8 sour Soda: Pepsi, Murphy Goode Pinot Noir, CACA $7.50 $26 Dr. Fountain Pepper, Lemonade, Mountain Dew, Blackened mahi-mahi, chipotle cream, pepperOrange, Pineapple, or Cranberry Juice $2 FISH TACOS Champagne, Italy $4.50 / $14/ $33 Casa Farive Cuvée / $33 Kono Sauvignon Blanc, New Zealand $9.25 jack cheese and& jalapeño tartar slaw.bacon, Serveddill onaioli. flour LaMarca Prosecco, Italy $7 / $24 Grilled chicken breast, swiss cheese, Bogle Merlot, CA $7.50 / $26 Orange, Pineapple, Cranberry Juice $2 Orange, Pineapple, or Cranberry Juice $2 FISH TACOSand jalapeño tartar slaw. 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VIP Pensacola at Seville Square

2019 PENSACOLA

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photos & story by Kristina Wright

he 2019 Pensacola Seafood Festival was hosted by Fiesta Pensacola, and held between historic Seville Square and Bartram Park over the weekend of September 27-29. More than 150 arts, crafts, and commercial vendors were on site. There were 20 food and cart vendors available for patrons to enjoy, featuring delicious food by local restaurants, and live cooking demonstrations presented by local area chefs. Guests were encouraged to treat their taste buds to a variety of cuisine prepared by carefully selected food vendors bordering the park along Government and Alcaniz Streets. Also featured was a Gulf to Table area where local restaurants prepared tapas-size portions of their signature recipes. This festival truly encompasses all that is the culture of Pensacola with food, arts, and entertainment. Local artists offerings included jewelry, gourmet items, metal, glass, pottery, ceramics, soaps, candles, leather goods, home décor, woodcraft, paintings, prints, drawings, photography, outdoor décor, pet items, clothing, and accessories. The Pensacola Seafood Festival is one of the largest shows in northwest Florida. It is estimated that the Pensacola Seafood Festival directly aids in over $13,000,000 being spent in our local economy from locals and visitors, with over $12,000,000 of that being spent in Escambia County. The “Fiesta Forces” organization manned the festival, which includes over 350 volunteer members, with an additional 74 local high schoolers serving as members of the “Junior Forces” volunteer organization. These volunteers work inside the sales tent, beverage booths, and children’s area, as well as serving on the Festival Planning committee.

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John & Maureen Cowan

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Sarah, Brett, Hannah & Wyatt Parker

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story by Liesel Schmidt

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ook around you at the world, and you’ll quickly see that we’ve reached great advancements in many areas of life. We drive cars that practically control themselves, have mobile devices that can do everything from making calls (via voice or video) to surfing the Internet, even have homes that can order groceries for us and keep us fully functional by reminding us of appointments. We’ve gained so much through these advancements, but we’ve also lost something extremely important: our understanding of social graces and etiquette, especially when it comes to dining out. Step into any eating establishment and you’ll see it in an instant: tables full of people staring at their phones rather than looking one another in the eye; dining companions who meet for a meal, but seem to have no respect for actually dining together, at the same time; people taking calls while everyone else has to listen to their one-sided conversation. You’ve probably even seen people a time or two sitting at tables while one (or more) of them sports a pair of noise cancelling headphones.

Where have all the manners gone? We have classes and courses for everything, teaching us how to do anything from coding apps to fixing leaks in the plumbing all on our own. But where’s the instruction on how to actually navigate in normal society, to show the respect for one another that we all deserve—especially in such an intimate setting as meal time. Breaking bread is supposed to be a time when everything else stops, when oneon-one interaction happens and conversations flow. Historically, it 34

has been. But now the rules seem to have changed…Or have they? The answer to that is summed up in a simple word: NO. The rules haven’t changed, they just have to be adapted to meet the new ways of the world and fit the various situations in which we find ourselves. Etiquette has and always will be a hallmark of character, an example of the regard to hold for the people in your presence. So while you might think that placing the phone on the table isn’t that big a deal, it may be time to revisit some of the rules and learn some new ones. When it comes to the aforementioned phone on the table situation, well…Let’s just say that there’s no grey area. Always, always, keep your phone, keys, purse, and any other belongings off of the table. And don’t even think about taking your phone out to send or respond to a text. To do so would basically be communicating to your company that whoever you’re texting is more important to you than they are. Texting or emailing of any kind can wait until dinner is over. In the case of something urgent, however, it is acceptable to take out your phone—just excuse yourself first. It’s an important rule to uphold in casual social situations, but especially so in business ones. “Media use at the table is a big no-no, and even more so when you are the job candidate,” says Chris Horak, owner of Navigating Convention and Other Social Interaction and a long-time etiquette expert whose background includes everything from serving as butler and household manager to being a chef and museum curator. As diverse as his careers have been, one thing holds true for them all: each of them require the deft use of social skills and decorum. “The same rule of media use is also true for the interviewer. Do you really want to work for or with someone who is constantly taking calls? Will they be available to back you up when you need

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“Good manners are always appreciated by everyone.”

them, when you work for their organization?” he poses. “Is the person in front of them not of more value to them? By taking these calls at a predetermined meeting, it tells you that they may not be as organized as they were trying to tell you during your time with them.” And if you’re the guilty party pulling out the phone, reverse those questions on yourself. That’s the message you’re sending, even though you might not actually be tapping out the words on that smart little device of yours and sending them. Message received, loud and clear. Paying the check is another hot-button issue when it comes to the rules of dinner etiquette. “Each situation decides for itself,” Horak says. “Business, social, friends, colleagues—the list goes on. If you are setting up a business meal, you are responsible for the check. Business people who set up meal appointments are encouraged to

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hand a form of payment, with instructions to the waiter, before their guests arrive. No need for jostling or embarrassing moments at the end of the meal,” he continues. “In the case of long-standing social relationships, the parties involved should agree upon the check distribution before they set out for the event. Life is much easier when everyone knows the rules and what to expect.” Not only will it save you from embarrassing situations, it can also save relationships from souring over one person always being stuck with the check or an uneven division of the tab. Also do everyone the courtesy of waiting to begin eating until the entire table has been served. In the situation of fast-casual, where you’re meeting others and have to order food at a counter, do the same. Don’t order until everyone has arrived, and wait until all meals are on the table. After all, you’re there to break bread together—as in, at the same time. Also remember to treat the staff with respect. They’re not your servants, so don’t treat them as such. Get their attention when you need them by trying to make eye contact or quietly signaling to them. If something is wrong with your meal, address the situation in a calm, respectful manner and watch your tone. You’ll get better service and show the rest of your companions what a class act you are. “Good manners are always appreciated by everyone,” Horak advises. “It’s not a wealth thing or a status thing. Treating others with the same respect that one would like to be treated will remain a constant, no matter how much the world changes. No one wants to be ignored or made to feel lesser, so be sure that your behavior does not give them reason to.” Wise words, to be sure—and a definitely one that’ll earn you more than a few ‘Likes’ in a place more important than social media.

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VIP Pensacola at V Paul’s Italian Ristorante

Bravi Kickoff

Wine Tasting

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photos & story by Kristina Wright

ensacola Opera’s volunteer group Bravi hosted their kickoff event for the 20192020 season on September 25 at V Paul’s Italian Ristorante. The Opera was celebrating the launch of their new civic action/volunteer group, Bravi and Bravi Teen, that brings awareness to the impact of opera education in the area. They also took the time to promote Opera United. Guests were invited to sample wines from the old and new world, and learned about how to get involved with the Opera’s community efforts this season. The Bravi group showcased their current partnerships with Ronald McDonald House, Keep Pensacola Beautiful, and new partner, the Pensacola Humane Society. The mission of Pensacola Opera is to enrich the culture of Northwest Florida by producing professional opera performances, educational programs and other operarelated community events for people of all ages, interests and backgrounds. Pensacola Opera, currently in its 35th Season, is a professional, non-profit opera company serving Northwest Florida. It is one of only five professional opera companies in the entire state of Florida, and the only one in the North Florida corridor. Since its inception in 1983, Pensacola Opera has grown into a thriving performing arts organization with strong community relevance. Pensacola Opera has presented more than 57 opera productions, five operas for children, and hundreds of concerts, programs, and events that have helped enrich the culture of our region.

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Chandra McKern & Molly Williams

Christina & Dolph Todd

Don Ruth & Gary Rhodes

Alex Gartner, Kirstin Norris, Jennifer & Kellan Lewis

Deborah Dunlap & Jennifer Bitner

Tori Rutland & David Newton

April King & Karen Huang

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Scott & Rhonda Ford

Jeff Nall & Mark Gillman

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Fall Sangria

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story by Steve Barber

ooking for a cocktail to serve as the weather cools down? If you are missing your Summer Sangria and thought sangria season was over…Fall Sangria is for you. Same drink, different fruits. This flavored-for-fall sangria is perfect for fall entertaining, Thanksgiving or anytime throughout autumn. Whatever the occasion, this Fall Sangria is the perfect specialty libation for the season. Sangria is simple to make, yet it’s festive and most people enjoy the simplicity of the bold, rich flavors. This crowd-pleasing concoction can be made in advance to make your gathering less stressful. It is also helpful that you can mix-up a large batch if you’re expecting lots of guests. This Fall Sangria incorporates fresh Honeycrisp apples, green pears, Florida oranges and pomegranate seeds- inspired by the change in season. A cinnamon simple syrup gives it a little spice. Another wonderful thing about sangria is that you can whip it up the day before your event. It just gets better as the flavors blend together. In case you’ve never made sangria, don’t worry. It’s really easy. Just toss all the ingredients into a large pitcher, stir, and refrigerate for a few hours.

This Fall Sangria recipe is made with light-bodied Spanish red wine, like Rioja, and seasonal fruit and seasonal spices. The deep fall colors of this blend look like autumn in a glass. With your delicious Fall Sangria prepared, you’re ready to celebrate the season in style. SANGRIA • 1 bottle light-bodied Spanish wine (Rioja) • 2 cups apple cider • 1/2 cup pear or apple brandy • 1/4 cup cinnamon simple syrup • 1 Honeycrisp apple cored and chopped • 1 green pear cored and chopped • 1/2 orange quartered and sliced • 1/2 cup seeds from one pomegranate DIRECTIONS: 1. In a large pitcher, combine the wine, apple cider, brandy, cinnamon simple syrup, and fruits. 2. Refrigerate at least 4 hours or overnight prior to serving. CINNAMON SIMPLE SYRUP • 1 cup water • 1 cup sugar • 6 cinnamon sticks 1. In a saucepan, combine 1 cup of water with 1 cup of sugar. 2. Bring to a boil over high heat and cook until the sugar dissolves and the liquid just starts to thicken. 3. Transfer the liquid to a heatproof container, add the cinnamon sticks, and chill for at least 4 hours.

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Business Profile

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luetique is a women’s clothing boutique located on Palafox, in the heart of downtown Pensacola. Laura Belsinger, along with her mom, Susie Endry, opened their shop six years ago in the Seville Square neighborhood just a few blocks from their new location. Walking into Bluetique, visitors are greeted by a warm and friendly environment, one that feels comfortable whether you’re new to the store or a long-time friend. “Customer service is our top priority,’’ said Belsinger. “We want everyone who walks through our doors to feel welcome and right at home.” It will come as no surprise then, that there is nothing the Bluetique team enjoys more than helping customers find the perfect outfit, accessory, or gift. “Shopping should be fun and we do our best to lend a helping hand in any way possible,” Belsinger said. But the feel-good shopping experience doesn’t end there. For the past six years, the women’s boutique has offered shoppers an elegant and fun collection of apparel, accessories and jewelry from designers who are committed to making a positive impact by giving back. “One of the aspects we look for in a brand we carry is that they give back in some way,” says Belsinger. Erin Gray, one of their favorite jewelry lines, donates a portion of each purchase to cancer research. AG Jeans, a popular denim brand carried by the boutique, donates a portion of every purchase to a nonprofit that provides clean drinking water to nine different countries. On October 15, Bluetique moved to their new location at 125 Palafox Street 40

in Pensacola’s storied downtown thoroughfare. Now situated next to Old Hickory Whiskey Bar, the boutique has already seen an uptick in foot traffic in the short time they have been at their new location. “Being on Palafox has been great, we’ve met so many new people and we’re excited to be in the heart of downtown,” said Belsinger. The new location offers the same look and feel as before while incorporating as much of the original character as possible from this historic building. At Bluetique, Laura carries clothing that stays on top of the current trends while still maintaining those timeless wardrobe staples. For Fall, she says deep gem colors are trending right now. “Be on the lookout for burnt orange, olive green, and burgundy hues,” she noted. “Animal print is also very popular, especially snake and leopard. We have so many things in animal print right now, from shoes, to bags, to sweaters.” Plaid is another classic Fall staple. It offers a fun pattern while maintaining an elegant look. “Silk scarves are one of our favorite trends this season. With the Florida Fall, adding a silk scarf

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lets you add fun layers to an outfit without overheating when it inevitably warms up in the middle of day.” Denim with an asymmetrical or frayed hem, as well as pouf sleeves, are a few other trends you will be seeing a lot of this season. Among the clothing lines offered at Bluetique are Amanda Uprichard, Sundays NY, AG Denim, Elliott Lauren, and Marie Oliver. Jewelry lines include Erin Gray, Shiver and Duke, Allie Beads, and Spartina among others. Be sure to visit Bluetique’s new location at 125 Palafox Place and keep an eye out for all of this season’s biggest trends!

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VIP Pensacola at Pensacola Museum of Commerce

Big Band Bash photos & story by Kristina Wright

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eep Pensacola Beautiful held their Big Band Bash at the Pensacola Museum of Commerce on September 21. Guests enjoyed a lovely evening of dining, dancing, and fundraising. KPB is dedicated to the continued beautification of Pensacola, and helping to make the community a better place. The Big Band Bash offered those in attendance with an evening of food and dancing as they raised funds to save the Historic Coca-Cola Building. Ticket price included dinner, dessert, complimentary swing dance lessons, and an evening of fun with the Joe Occhipinti Swing Band. A silent auction was held, as well as a wine pull, and various other activities were available to support KPB’s initiative to save the Historic Coca-Cola Building. The Saturday Swing-Outs were on site 30 minutes before the event began for complimentary swing dance lessons. Tickets were $75.00 per person, or $650.00 for a table of 8. Keep Pensacola Beautiful has been working to save the Historic Coca-Cola building to turn it into a space for the community, complete with a 20,000 square foot community and learning garden, an event space, nonprofit incubator, and so much more. All of the proceeds from this event will go toward the purchase of this building.

Alex Rigsby & Chelsea Alberda

September & Joshua Dye

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Tori Woods & Geneva Copeland

David Ramirez, Ashlee Kirkland, Ruthi Speight & Zach Noel

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Jama Jenkins & Carnell “CJ” Dancy

Jenna Griffin & Stacey White

Patrick Stewart & David Cochran

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VIP Pensacola at Historic Seville Square

Pensacola 2019

photos & story by Kristina Wright

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he Cystic Fibrosis Foundation of Southwest Florida hosted their 2019 Pensacola Great Strides Walk at historic Seville Square. The Pensacola Great Strides Local Ambassador, Henry Brady, was on-site to encourage walkers, runners, and guests to learn more about the foundation and join the fight against Cystic Fibrosis. Several family teams were in attendance, rallying community support for their loved ones who live with the disease. Great Strides provides a fantastic opportunity for family, friends, students, and colleagues to come together and make a difference in the lives of people with CF. The event harnesses the power of people with a shared vision and encourages collaboration, team building, and leadership, as we collectively take steps to find a cure. Registration was free, but walkers were encouraged to raise funds. Nearly every CF medication was made possible by the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation due to funds raised from Great Strides. People with CF are now living longer, healthier lives, and pursuing their dreams. The mission of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, a nonprofit donor-supported organization, is to assure the development of the means to cure and control cystic fibrosis, and to improve the quality of life for those with the disease. Since 2012, three blockbuster medications have been created to help treat the disease, with the fourth awaiting approval for 2020. Once all these medications have been utilized and implemented into treatment plans, coverage will be provided to over 90% of the CF population.

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Bailee Meals & Thaddeus Brown

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Sweater Weather story by Courtney Murray

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he temperature begins to dip, the familiar sound of fallen leaves crinkle beneath your feet, and the scent of pumpkin spice lattes waft on the breeze…it’s officially sweater weather. Even though sweater weather is a little ways off if you live in Pensacola, you can dream right? Lucky for us there are plenty of lighter weight options to fulfi ll our itch for fall fashion. Crochet and open weave fabrics are a great choice for warmer climates. Pair a thin crochet cardigan with cut off shorts and a simple white tank. You can switch up accessories to create a completely new look each time. Throw on a camel flat brimmed hat and some tan ankle booties for a Coachella-inspired boho ensemble. Add thin layered gold necklaces and leopard print mules for a simple, yet polished outfit. Speaking of leopard, the animal print trend is still going strong and shows no signs of slowing down anytime soon. The look transfers seamlessly into the autumn season. Trade out your leopard tanks for a soft cotton blend pullover. Pro tip: size up one or two sizes for a tunic fit that can be paired with leggings. Let’s be honest, everything is better with leggings. Cardigans and dusters are also perfect with leggings and they come in every color, fabric, and shape under the sun. A long charcoal grey duster with a black turtleneck and over the knee boots is a sleek look perfect for work or cocktails with your girlfriends. While a color block cardigan with distressed denim, an eyelet lace trimmed camisole, and sneakers is a put together casual look for the stylish girl on the go or mom chasing her toddlers in the park. No fall wardrobe is complete without the ubiquitous chunky sweater. Whether it’s a rich wine colored cable knit turtleneck, a nubby olive pompom pullover, or an irresistibly soft white chenille off the shoulder slouchy sweater; wearing one of these will have you dreaming of snuggling up with a cozy plaid blanket and sipping a hot apple cider with a good book. Don’t forget to burn the spiced pumpkin pie candle. Men can’t be forgotten when it comes to this fall wardrobe staple.

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Sweaters come in all shapes and styles for the boys, too. A V-neck pullover is the most universal option. Choose a luxurious cashmere in a classic color and you can take that bad boy to the office, on a date, or for the perfect Instagram-worthy family photo shoot at the apple orchard. They look stylish worn alone, or with a plaid shirt peeking out from beneath. There’s something old worldly about a man in a cardigan. Visions are conjured up of lounging in a leather chair in a dimly lit cigar bar with perfectly worn in loafers and a single malt in hand. Cardigans can also go the other direction into hipster territory, too. Pair with skinny jeans, a plain white tee and some stylish sneakers, and all you need is the obligatory hipster glasses to complete the look (prescription not necessary). Turtlenecks are another popular style for men as the temperature begins to drop. The easiest way to wear one is with your favorite pair of jeans and some tan boots. Sweaters can be fancy with sequins or fringe or as basic as a plain black crewneck. Trends will come and go, but one thing will never change; the jeans and sweater combo is an autumn uniform for all. Happy Fall Y’all.

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cardigans are great for breezy days

off the shoulder keeps it not too hot, and not too cold

shorts with long sleeves are perfect for cool days

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change up the shoes to warm up the look

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eptember 26th Woodlands Medical Specialist hosted its 7th annual Ladies’ Night Out. This event was open to the public and let women in our community hear about new findings in women’s health, and to have the opportunity to ask questions and speak directly to specialty physicians. Dr. Ashley King, the only fellowshiptrained female urologist in our area, spoke about female pelvic medicine and reconstruction. Ladies’ Night Out also had door prizes, blood pressure checks, a Fortis sponsored manicure station, and food by Medtronic. Woodlands Medical Specialist is a multi-specialty, physician-owned practice preserving patient/doctor relationships and providing access to the highest quality healthcare experience in the region.

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Bethany Barfield & Dr. Ashley King

Ashley Carter & Lindsay Barrett

Tracy Frank & Shawna Moore

Diane Tillman & Denise Chapman

Karen Atkins & Crystal Manning

Mariel Jones & Lorraine Baxter

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Big Gala Preview party photos & story by Kristina Wright

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ig Brothers Big Sisters of Northwest Florida held their Big Gala Preview Party September 24. Guests enjoyed samples of Cuban-style hors d’oeuvres from Culinary Productions, snacked on hand-painted floral cookies by Emerald Coast Custom Cakes, sipped on libations provided by The Lewis Bear Company, and took in the stunning arrangement of tropical flowers from Fiore. A very heartwarming story was presented by Pensacola Big Lawrence Gillespie and his Little Zorrian, about what a lasting impact having a positive male role model can make in a child’s life. Attendees were given the opportunity to purchase tickets to win a $5,000 shopping spree at Beré Jewelers. The drawing for the winner will take place on January 17 at the Big Gala 2020: Havana Nights. Only 150 of these tickets are available for purchase. A special “thank you” was presented to Barry and Laura Cole, the honorary chairs for the Big Gala 2020, and also the owners of Berè Jewelers, who graciously hosted this event.

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Interview with Robert Overton, Jr. Executive Director – UWF Historic Trust photos provided by UWF Historic Trust

What is the mission and key purpose of UWF Historic Trust and how was the organization started? Our mission is to collect, preserve, interpret, and share the history of Northwest Florida. Our story began with a group of local citizens in the 1960’s. Using the St. Augustine Preservation and Restoration Commission as a model, local community leaders lobbied for the establishment of a state-supported oversight board. The passage of the National Historic Preservation Act of 1966 provided the momentum for the Florida legislation that resulted in the establishment of the Pensacola Historic Preservation and Restoration Commission in 1967. It was charged with two broad areas of responsibility: acquiring and preserving local historic monuments, sites, buildings, and artifacts for the benefit, education, and enjoyment of the public; and to research and disseminate written, audio, and visual information to further the protection and preservation of historic sites, properties, and human stories pertaining to Florida history. In 1970, the Pensacola Historic Preservation and Restoration Commission became the Historic Pensacola Preservation Board under the Florida Department of State. Over the years, all of the preservation boards except Pensacola were repealed by 1997, with the Historic Pensacola Preservation Board being repealed in 2001. At that time, the preservation board became West Florida Historic Preservation, Inc. (WFHPI), a direct support organization of the University of West Florida (UWF), and the collections and buildings were transferred to the university. In 2009, the Pensacola Historical Society, a separate non-profit, merged with WFHPI and its staff and assets became part of WFHPI. In 2013, the name of the West Florida Historic Preservation, Inc., was changed to the UWF Historic Trust (UWFHT) to emphasize that the sites, structures, collections, programs, and exhibits of the organization represent a public Trust. November 2019 | 53

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How did you become involved with UWF Historic Trust? I began working for the organization in 2002 when I was hired as one of the curators. I oversaw the museum collection and archives. I also gave tours and helped install exhibits. In 2006 I accepted the position of Associate Director, a position that allowed me to oversee all of our collection and education efforts. I was hired as the Executive Director in 2015. What properties fall under the Trust’s management? Currently, the UWF Historic Trust operates the Pensacola Museum of Art (PMA) and the Historic Pensacola sites of the University of West Florida, which includes 29 properties in downtown Historic Pensacola as well as the Arcadia Mill Archaeological Site in Milton. What impact has UWF Historic Trust had on the Pensacola community in the last year? According to Visit Pensacola statistics, Escambia County welcomed more than 1.6 million visitors in 2018 for an average stay of seven days, with 40 percent of those being first-time visitors. On average, each person spent $165 per day. The average total spent per party (on average 2.8 people) was $1,800. Last year our museums brought in over 188,000 people of which 58% resided outside the greater Pensacola area. According to Visit Pensacola’s most recent trend reporting, an average of 40% of visitors book lodging, which equates to an estimated 75,200 of our visitors staying in area hotels. These visitors spent money in the local area supporting our local economy. What is the relationship with University of West Florida? When the Historic Pensacola Preservation Board was transferred from the Florida Department of State to UWF in 2001 the organization became a Direct Support Organization to the University. Being a DSO means that while UWFHT is considered part of the university and cooperates with the university in the education and training of students, the agency also has major responsibilities outside the realm of university functions – including the operation of public museums, tourist destinations, and programs not specifically oriented for university students. UWFHT has dual governance. At UWF, it is part of the Division of University Advancement, with the UWFHT Executive Director reporting directly to the Vice President of University Advancement. For its public museum functions and to provide funding for operations

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n September 20 at Palafox House in Downtown Pensacola, FavorHouse hosted its 40.40.40. Campaign Kickoff. This Kickoff was held to celebrate the commencement of their 40th year by setting the goal to raise $40,000 within 40 days. Guests enjoyed a silent auction, hors d’oeuvres and live music by special guest, American Idol Finalist, Jess Meuse. The local chapter of Alpha Chi Omega from the University of West Florida, also donated their time to volunteer and support the Kickoff Campaign. This initiative started with the Kickoff event and concluded with the Faces of Domestic Violence Benefit Show on October 26. FavorHouse, a certified domestic violence center for Escambia and Santa Rosa counties, hopes to expand their program by building another shelter for our community. Not only does FavorHouse provide a safe shelter for domestic violence victims and their children, but it also offers assistance through crisis lines, outreach counseling centers, and advocacy services.

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Phil Smart & Kayla Wilson

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4th Annual Dixon Dub

LIP SYNC BATTLE photos & story by Kristina Wright

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he 4th Annual Dixon Dub Lip Sync Battle was presented by Innisfree Hotels, on September 27, at the Hilton Pensacola Beach. Teams from around the Pensacola community competed for the title of “Lip Sync Champion,” to benefit Dixon School of Arts & Sciences. The audience had an opportunity to vote for their favorite team by way of donation. Judges for the evening included Chief Deputy Chip Simmons, Executive Director of Pensacola Little Theatre Sid WilliamsHeath, Madrina Ciano, Dr. Lusharon Wiley, and Michael Carro. Five teams competed for the title, and the remaining four teams went on to compete in the Lip Sync battle at the Pensacola Interstate Fair. Dixon School of Arts & Sciences is a private STEAM (Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math) school serving grades kindergarten through eight. They also offer a world-class Arts program. Dixon was founded to offer students a curriculum that expands the boundaries of traditional public schools. Their goal is to integrate core academics, engaging field trips, and the arts to help each child thrive. With a motto of “Each child’s potential is like a pinwheel,” the Dixon school exposed the blades of each student’s metaphorical pinwheels to positive physical, mental, academic, and spiritual stimulus, and help produce beautiful and unique results. The teachers at Dixon aim to nurture high academic achievement through the use of the arts, positive learning environments, beneficial relationships and high-caliber instruction by tailoring these experiences to individual student and family needs.

Amanda & Gene Hurd

Davis Allen & Amanda Nealis

Felicia Rabb & Karen Fleming

Chief Deputy Chip Simmons & Brian Williams

Jim & Jennifer Richardson

Meaghan Champagne, Brent Isbell, Chase Heard, Jennifer Elliot & Katy Hendry

Candy Cullerton & Jason Cook

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Dr. Lusharon Wiley, Michael Carro & Madrina Ciano

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NOVEMBER 5 Junior Achievement Hall of Fame New World Landing 600 S Palafox Street | Pensacola 6:30pm – 9:00pm The Hall of Fame event is held annually in November and attendance is typically between 250 and 300 prominent community leaders. The event features students, teachers, volunteers and community advocates sharing profound outcomes from the year’s classroom programming. Hall of Fame also includes a robust silent auction and other opportunities to support Junior Achievement’s financial literacy educational mission. Visit janwfl.org for more information.

NOVEMBER 7-10 The Savannah Sipping Society

NOVEMBER 10 Jazz for Justice Seville Quarter 130 East Government Street | Pensacola 11:00am – 9:00pm This year’s headliner is the one and only, grammy award winning, Rebirth Brass Band! Join us for a jazz brunch then continue your musical experience with an afternoon full of jazz music featuring an amazing silent auction, food, and networking! This annual event helps LSNF raise funds to provide free civil legal services to those who need it most. General admission is FREE, or opt for the VIP experience for only $50, tickets are available online! Tickets & Schedule of Events available at www. JazzForJustice.org.

Pensacola Little Theatre 400 S Jefferson Street | Pensacola Friday & Saturday 7:30pm – 9:30pm Sunday 3:00pm – 5:00pm A Curtain Call Production. Join Valerie Russenberger and her cast of friends in this delightful, laugh-a-minute comedy. Four unique Southern women, all needing to escape the sameness of their day-to-day routines, are drawn together by Fate—and an impromptu happy hour—and decide it’s high time to reclaim the enthusiasm for life they’ve lost through the years. Visit PensacolaLittleTheatre.com to purchase tickets.

NOVEMBER 10 Pensacola Eggfest Blue Wahoo’s Stadium 2150 Keats Drive | Pensacola 12:00pm – 3:00pm When you walk into the stadium, you will be greeted with the aroma of 75+ Big Green Eggs smoking and grilling some of the finest food in the South. You will have the opportunity to taste off of all of them, grab a beer or soda, and enjoy the water view. In our first 6 years, we’ve donated over $252,000 to back to our community. In 2019 our primary charity is Manna Food Pantry. With your help, we believe we can make a difference. Visit PensacolaEggfest.com for more information.

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Gallery Night: Shop Local

Pensacola Elf Parade

Downtown Pensacola 5:00pm

Downtown Pensacola W Government Street & S Palafox Street 3:30pm – 8:00pm

Taking Art to the Streets… thanks to a strong response from the local artistic community there is now more space for the artist vendors! Galleries, boutiques, restaurants, and bars open their doors to the night air as visitors and locals flood the streets to enjoy music, art and cuisine. Families linger in the downtown parks, playing around the beautiful fountains and historic oaks. It’s the perfect chance to get an inside look at Pensacola’s lively downtown sector and thriving art scene. Streets close to traffic at 5:00pm but there is ample parking available on side streets. The party officially wraps up at 9:00pm, but most restaurants, bars, and local businesses extend their hours to promote the excitement of late-night crowds.

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Follow a merry crew of kids, parents, toys, and characters from the old Escambia County Courthouse to Plaza Wonderland. After the parade stick around for the opening ceremony and enjoy the fireworks show as we light the downtown lights Visit PensacolaWinterfest.org for more holiday events!

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VIP Pensacola at Saenger Theatre

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MARTY STUART AND HIS FABULOUS SUPERLATIVES photos & story by Kristina Wright

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SRE presented country music torchbearer Marty Stuart as he celebrated the 20th anniversary of his iconic album The Pilgrim, at the Pensacola Saenger Theatre on October 15. WSRE presented Marty Stuart and His Fabulous Superlatives in conjunction with the fall release of Ken Burns’ “Country Music” film series on PBS. “Like the Ken Burns ‘Country Music’ documentary, this concert is one of several community engagement events planned to explore the remarkable stories of the people and places behind a true American art form,” said Mary Riker, WSRE’s director of marketing and communications. A portion of the proceeds from the concert will benefit the WSRE-TV Foundation in support of WSRE’s mission to positively impact communities through education, entertainment, and engagement. Stuart is a five-time Grammy winner, a recipient of the Americana Music Association’s Lifetime Achievement Award for Performance, and the 2019 Country Music Hall of Fame and Museum artist-in-residence. Beginning his career at only twelve years old, he has played alongside the masters, from Johnny Cash to Lester Flatt, who discovered him; has been a worldwide ambassador for Nashville, Bakersfield, and points in between. His band, the Fabulous Superlatives, is made up of guitarist Kenny Vaughan, drummer Harry Stinson, and bassist Chris Scruggs.

Ann & Al Brown

Chip Wood & James Fitzpatrick

Suzanne Kelley & Pat Windham

Charlotte Kennedy & Joe Gilchrist

Beth & Bob Culkeen

Martin & Stephanie Christie

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Bobby & Karen Emmons

Dean & Mary Baumgardner

Cecily Chundrleck, Matt Moore & Michelle Lamar-Acuff

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Trent & Tracy Godwin

Ross Orenstein, Charlyne Kilpatrick & Billy Harrell

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LOCALE O The Airmen of Note, the Premier Jazz Ensemble of the United States Air Force Returns to Pensacola at the Saenger Theatre The Airmen of Note, the premier jazz ensemble of the United States Air Force is scheduled to perform a FREE concert at the Saenger Theatre in celebration of all veterans on Thursday, November 7, 2019 at 7 p.m. Tickets are required and can be picked up at the Saenger Theatre box office. The box office is located at 22 E. Intendencia Street and is open Monday – Friday from 10 a.m. – 4:30 p.m. Seating is general admission and is on a first-come, first-served basis.

Stationed at Joint Base Anacostia-Bolling in Washington, D.C., the Airmen of Note is one of six musical ensembles that comprise the U.S. Air Force Band. Created in 1950 to continue the tradition of Major Glen Miller’s Army Air Forces dance band, the current band consists of 18 active duty Airmen musicians including one vocalist. Through the years, the Airmen of Note has presented its own brand of big band jazz as well as more contemporary forms of jazz to audiences via annual tours across the United States, deployments around the world and local performances throughout metropolitan Washington, D.C. Their commitment to musical excellence has earned the respect of the foremost jazz artists from around the globe, leading to many collaborative performances and recordings with such luminaries as Dizzy Gillespie, Joe Williams, Sarah Vaughan and Doc Severinsen. In 1990, the Airmen of Note established the Jazz Heritage Series, featuring the “Note” in concert with legendary icons of jazz. The Jazz Heritage Series is broadcast to millions over National Public Radio, independent jazz stations, satellite radio services and the internet.

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Local Philanthropists Named Chairs of the 2020 Northwest Florida Heart Ball

Val and Ray Russenberger will serve as the chairs for the American Heart Association’s 2020 Northwest Florida Heart Ball. The Heart Ball will be held on March 28th at the Pensacola Grand Hotel and will recognize Frances Carroll, LCSW, Cardiology Consultants, Baptist Heart and Vascular Institute for her dedication to the mission of the American Heart Association. The goal of the event is to raise funds and awareness about heart disease and stroke. Heart disease and stroke are the No. 1 and No. 5 leading causes of death for both men and women in the United States and both are largely preventable. The contributions raised at the Heart Ball will benefit the Pensacola community through the continued funding of biomedical research and ongoing educational programs, resulting in lives saved and enhanced health and wellness. Heart disease is the leading cause of death in Florida and the American Heart Association funded research has led to many important discoveries like CPR, life extending drugs and surgical procedures that save thousands of lives each year. The Heart Ball will celebrate the energy, passion and power of what happens when we band together to eradicate heart disease and stroke. For more information about heart disease and stroke or to find out more about the Northwest Florida Heart Ball please call the American Heart Association at 850-5368968.

PirateQ Will Make Registration Easier, Less Time-Consuming for PSC Students Yes, Pensacola State College wants you to – true to the school slogan – “Go here. Get there.” But the folks over in registration don’t want you to wait forever in their offices just to go/enroll here.That’s why on Nov. 1, the college will roll out its new PirateQ queuing

system which will streamline the registration process, cut down on waiting times and allow registration officials and academic advisors to devote more time to each student’s needs.The new PirateQ system is a product of QLess, a California-based technology firm that designs queuing systems for hospitals, government agencies, educational institutions and other large-traffic facilities. Kathy Dutremble, PSC Dean of Student Affairs, said PirateQ will be operational at the Pensacola campus on Nov. 1, the first day to register for spring 2020 classes. She said PirateQ also will be available at PSC’s other campuses shortly after Nov. 1, though she added there is a possibility the new system could be active at the Milton campus on Nov. 1.“We discovered that no matter how much we try to encourage (students) to meet with their advisors and register early, that is not always the case,’’ Dutremble said. “For us, it became a real customer service issue when we might have over 300 students show up on the same day in our Pensacola advising area and expect indepth visits with an academic advisor to plan schedules and explain the ins and outs and take care of other issues.”

Students can access the PirateQ system four ways: • Download the QLess app • Text “Pensacola State College” to 850745-2924 • Through the web at Kiosk.na4.qless.com/ kiosk/app/home/51 • On-site kiosks in the PSC registration offices. Once a student signs into PirateQ, he or she will be able to join the registration line through the system. Students will be texted or sent information on their place in line for the service requested, whether it’s for registration, financial aid or academic advising. Students also will receive updated waiting times sent regularly during the process.

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VIP Pensacola at GMC Buick Cadillac

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tep One Automotive Group gathered the community to celebrate their newest dealership, Buick GMC Cadillac Pensacola, for a Grand Opening Gala on September 26. The event marked the formal opening of the recently acquired dealership that holds a deep-rooted history in the Pensacola area. The dealership was originally founded in 1958 by Vince Whibbs, a much-beloved former Pensacola mayor, businessman, and civic leader. Step One Automotive Group is dedicated to honoring the strong legacy of the Whibbs family and remains committed to the Pensacola community now and into the future. In order to officially welcome the new dealership to the community, a multiple-chamber ribbon cutting was held with the Pensacola Beach, Gulf Breeze, Navarre Beach, and the Greater Pensacola Chambers of Commerce. Once the ribbon was snipped, the party began. The dealership was transformed into an elevated and elegant party scene courtesy of Showtime Events and Celebrations Florals. When guests arrived, they walked the red carpet and were then greeted with a complimentary glass of champagne, multiple photo opportunities, and music playing throughout the Buick GMC Cadillac dealership. Throughout the night, guests enjoyed craft cocktails from Old Hickory Whiskey Bar, a festive photobooth courtesy of Epic Photo Co., dancing, heavy gourmet hors d’oeuvres by Classic City Catering, along with delectable sushi rolled on-site by Dharma Blue’s award-winning sushi chef, Yoshie Eddings. The night wasn’t complete without a showstopping, fabulous car. During the gala, Step One Automotive Group unveiled the newest 2020 GMC Sierra 2500 HD truck and entered guests to win a weekend with the Cadillac XT6 and a complimentary dinner on them.

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Tiffany & Shon Kingrey

Raffaella Fant & Fernando Arellano

Jessica Hyche & Marte Picker

Scott & Jamie Schroeder

Kerry Hammergren & Karina Poirier

Bill & Terry Preston

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Tori Jones & Maureen Bierman

Colby Cook & Brittany Houghton

September Dye & Danielle Cobb

Jay Ghosh, Ali Bulutoglu, Fernando Arellano, Stu Booker & Rudy Kapur

JP & Rachael Whibbs

Maria Joy & Crystal Towns

Rachel & Derrick Simmons

Suzanne Findeisen & Sarah Johnson

Kathy & Scott Beckham

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I AM PENSACOLA

Buck Mitchell

What is your hometown, what brought you to PENSACOLA and how long have you been here? I was born and raised here, and am very proud to call Pensacola home. No matter where life takes me, Pensacola will always be my hometown! What is your profession, and what led you to choose it? I have worked at Seville Quarter since I was 13 years old and with my family have owned the business for over 30 years. Seville Quarter and the hospitality industry has always been in my blood. Producing an atmosphere with great food and entertainment for over 30 years in Downtown Pensacola is what keeps me motivated and inspired. What do you like best about Pensacola? What makes it unique? Pensacola Hospitality! Pensacola loves to have a good time and is not afraid to make it a festival. The City of Five Flags could also be called the City of Festivals. Pensacola loves to put on a celebration, and we love to show our guests the best time. Pensacola has that small-town feel, but is not afraid to compete on the World stage. The people of Pensacola have a unique way of making everyone feel included and a part of the family. Give us three words that best describe you. Loyal - Loyalty is a top priority and always goes both ways. Fun - My goal is to have fun every day, even if it is raining. Detailed - Being aware of the details is so important. Name some of your favorite things about Pensacola. My favorite things start with the Pensacola’s Downtown Historic District and work its way down Palafox to the perfect plain of beautiful Pensacola Bay. I love that every time I see a dolphin swim or the Blue Angels fly I get so excited. I love Pensacola Beach white sand under my feet, and watching the beautiful sunset skies with my wife Jennifer. I love the nice people that live in Pensacola, and how much they give back to this community. I like Pensacola’s history and heritage, with chapters, older than Jamestown, and St. Augustine! my father and mother were Pensacola, their fathers & mothers were Pensacola, and their fathers & mothers were Pensacola. I am a 5th generation Pensacolaian, and damn proud of it! I am Pensacola, because I believe in the Pensacola story and celebrate the almost 500 years of Pensacola’s success and struggles that helped shape Pensacola into the Platinum Jewel of the Sunshine State.

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