PANAMA CITY — The stretch of Beach Drive, from the Cove neighborhood through St. Andrews is filled with landmarks along St. Andrew Bay.
In the Cove neighborhood, Beach Drive is a place to run, walk or push a stroller and take in the view from one of the benches amidst the palm trees.
Stop in Tarpon Dock Seafood Market, 234 E. Beach Dr., and they will steam some shrimp with a little butter and seasoning or choose from the array of freshly caught Gulf fish and ready-to-eat seafood dips made by Greg Abram’s wife, Maria Abrams.
The Paul Brent Gallery, 413 W. Fifth St., on the corner of Beach Drive, features the original artwork of local artist Paul Brent. Brent lives in the nearby Cove neighborhood, an inspiration for many of his coastal paintings of natural foliage, wildlife and beach scenes. Find art in prints and on canvas, handcrafted art and jewelry, ornaments, home décor, stationary and tote bags to remember your day at the beach.
Susan Fuller and Capt. Robbie Fuller of Capt.’s Lady Café and Snoballs, 499 W. Beach Drive, are serving New Orleans style sno-balls, including stuffed, in more than 20 flavors. Drive
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