Grayton Seafood Company

One thing you will not find in Santa Rosa Beach is a shortage of amazing seafood. One place in particular that visitors keep coming back to time and time again is the Grayton Seafood Company. This is largely due to the fact that this is not your run-of-the-mill seafood restaurant. Here, you will find an imaginative cuisine borrowing techniques from Southern soul food, New Orleans cuisine, and many other styles. This bold exploration into food and an insatiable thirst for providing the very best service in Florida is what makes the Grayton Seafood Company such a special place.

A Menu That Cannot Be Beat

Of course, you can find classic dishes like calamari, blue crab claws, and oysters, but there are also many unique dishes that you will not find anywhere else, like the Creole Linguini Alfredo. This amazing dish features shrimp and crawfish along with vegetables, and has come to be the favorite of countless travelers. The incredible array of delicious food items is enhanced by an outstanding drink menu. You can find beers from all over the world, but you should certainly try one of the many local brews on tap. This is also a haven for the lovers of wine out there. You can find all of your favorites, but take a look at the ‘Interesting Reds’ and ‘Interesting Whites’ section for something truly special.

Quality and Service That is a Cut Above the Rest

The most fundamental aspect of any restaurant is in the quality of ingredients used to create the dishes. The tone is set by the freshness of the fish. The menu will adjust according to what the freshest catches are at the market on any given day. This allows for a rotating menu, making each visit unique, and of course, the freshest ingredients possible. When you put this amazing food together with this impeccable and friendly service, you have a delightful experience for every customer that walks through those doors.


The service is further illustrated by some of the special events that you can take part in here. The most notable of these is their tradition of the Saturday Shrimp Boil (crawfish as season allows), in which you get a whole pound of shrimp, plus corn, potatoes and sausage and enjoy half-price draft beer. The Sunday brunches are also must-visit occurrences.