Things to do in Seagrove
Seagrove Village Market has been serving deep-fried love since 1949 and serves almost like a time capsule for the community of Seagrove. Generations have been visiting the market for a grouper sandwich, or a shrimp Po’ boy still made with the same recipes they used since the beginning. The Village Market became a hub for the goings-on around town. Kids would gather and hang around the gas pumps and out front was the only phone in town for a while. There was a cigar box where people would leave keys to their homes. If someone were visiting and needed to get into a friend’s home or even if a vendor needed to make some repairs, they would stop by the market and pick up the key. While the original market was updated a few years ago, no visit to Seagrove is complete without time spent at the Seagrove Village Market.
Seagrove is home to two of the area’s 15 coastal dune lakes which exist only in a handful of places around the globe, including New Zealand and Australia. Eastern Lake is the most developed lake with private homes and condos along the shores. Old Florida Fish House offers lakeside dining. There is a public boat ramp at the county park on Lakewood Drive and a county beach access at the outfall on South Gulf Drive & Eastern Lake Road.
Seagrove Restaurants and Shopping
Breakfast & Brunch: Praise the Lard, Perfect Pig is a Seagrove staple. The quiche is divine, but the Parmesan Crusted Breakfast Sandwich is the ultimate morning indulgence. Stop by Dough Sea Dough for the best donuts on 30A according to our resident donut aficionado, Meghan. If you are in a hurry, pop into Kahve & Cream for an iced coffee and bagel.
Lunch: Need to feed a crowd? Angelina’s serves up pizza, sandwiches, and pasta the whole family will enjoy. Michele’s favorite pasta indulgence is their chicken picatta - and don’t forget to order extra breadsticks. They are the best on the beach! But if everyone is craving something different, Airstream Row has a variety of options.
Supper & Snacks: Grab a craft cocktail at the bustling bar or sit down for dinner at Surfing Deer. The story behind the name is definitely worth a read. Time for date night? Cafe 30A epitomizes the laid-back luxury of Seagrove. The only thing better than the food is the service. Coming in off the beach and craving fresh Seafood? Goatfeather’s Seagrove location is the perfect place to pick up a few pounds of fresh Gulf shrimp. They’ll season and steam them on the spot for you. Don’t forget their homemade cocktail and remoulade sauces for dipping.
So many choices where to shop! If you are out on your morning walk, stop in and explore Clay Gardens, Gifts & Blessings. A nursery in the heart of Seagrove, they claim to “know all the dirt.” Get everything you need while you're at the beach from swimsuits to sunglasses to drinks and snacks at the 30A General Store Just down the road in Seaside, you can browse a selection of clothing, accessories, and shoes curated with Cabana living in mind. But you simply can’t go to Seaside without stopping in our favorite store on 30a - The Art of Simple. Owned by two of the most creative and cool locals, you’ll spend hours perusing their IG-worthy store.