Seaside, Florida, located in the states “panhandle” midway between Panama City Beach and Fort Walton Beach, has always intrigued me from afar. With its idyllic white sand beaches, quaint village atmosphere and beachfront family-friendly fun at its central square and pavilion, it’s no wonder filmmakers chose it as the filming location for “The Truman Show” and why it was recently named the “Best Beach on Earth” for families by Travel + Leisure magazine and included in USA Today’s “Top 10 Best Beach Towns in Florida (2013) by “Dr. Beach.”
As if the above wasn’t enough to entice you to this Florida gem, it has a new beach bar. According to an article at 30a.com, Bud and Alley’s, which touts itself as “a trusted tradition for generation after generation for those seeking the unassuming upscale seaside restaurant with a sense of place,” is adding a beach bar to its already popular establishment in the center of the town’s beachfront.
To find out more about the new beach bar at Bud and Alley’s, you can read the original article from 30a.com here.