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Best things to do in Fort Walton Beach

Restaurant
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“Really good Mexican food and beers. Nice place for a quick relaxing lunch at a decent price and daily specials. ”
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Restaurant
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“Pricey but worth every penny. Red Curry Shrimp is cooked and served in a coconut; scrape the inner edges as you eat; divine.”
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Lateinamerikanisches Restaurant
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“One of the FEW authentic Mexican food spots in the area. The taco truck is attached to a little Mexican market where you place your order, pay, and take your ticket to the other side. There, they prepare your order. Their taco hours are 3p- 8p but the market is open earlier if you would like to try their baked goods which almost ALWAYS sell out before 3.”
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Restaurant
“This is a great sushi restaurant. The Kraken and Hot Doctor rolls are two of my favorites!”
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Restaurant
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“Perfect for some good ole sandwiches, cheesesteaks, pizza, and beer. Daily specials.”
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Park
“This park is a 5 minute walk (.2 miles) from Bayou Bungalow with a shallow walk-in and a great view of the Bay ”
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Kino
“Retro movie theater! Only one screen but theater takes you back in times. New movie starting every Friday. 🎥”
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Restaurant
“Favorite Burger is the Brunch Burger. It’s a good size piece of beef smeared in a bacon jam topped with a fried egg and hash browns. Wash it down with a shake or one of the local sodas. They offer Tater Tots offered in cheese if your prefer over fries. It’s in the heart of downtown and a great place to be at night. ”
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Museum
“Here you can learn all about the prehistoric peoples who inhabited northwest Florida. Local tribes built a large earthen mound here that, with a roughly 50,000-square-foot footprint, is one of the largest prehistoric earthworks on saltwater. This site, which is still considered a sacred burial ground, was a center of religious, political, and social activity but now is a reminder of a lost world. A small museum explains the mound and the people who built it, showcasing prehistoric American Indian artifacts and weaponry as well as a few hands-on exhibits that are a reminder of the area's inhabitants between AD 700 and 1500. Cost:$5 Weekdays 12–4:30, Sat. 10–4:30”
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Café
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“This is a locals breakfast destination. They also serve Maas coffee here. So get a cup of Jazz and you won't regret it!”
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Restaurant
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“Great local wing restaurant. Better than Buffalo Wild Wings and Buffalo Wings and Rings”
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Indoor Play Area
“ Rainy day insanity at the beach, you can get the kids EXHAUSTED in this place!”
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Nachtclub
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Home Goods Store
“Indoor rain day fun for cheap or free for kids under 2! Socks must be worn Bouncy castles, toys, toddler gyms, arcade machines, movies, music, games, snacks sold”
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Park
“Recreational park for sports & picnics. Simple park area featuring a tennis court & disc-golf course, plus trails, picnic tables & turtles. Great for dog walking as well, be sure to bring a leash! ”
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Spirituosengeschäft
“Huge selection of wine, liquor and craft beers at great prices! Locally owned and operated. Also a large display of glasses and accessories! Less touristy gifts to take home!”
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