Our Cigar Bar
4851 Wharf Parkway, Suite 124, Orange Beach, AL  36561  • Phone: 251-224-1687

Yes, there are still some that smoke and for those who enjoy a good cigar, as King Edward VII said, “Gentlemen, you may smoke.” Our Cigar Bar is THE choice of guests and locals. Recognized as a “Diamond Crown Cigar Lounge”, Our Cigar Bar features a full service bar, wide-screen TVs and a view of the water. Live music is offered on weekends starting at 8:00 PM.


www.ourcigarbar.com

The Hangout
101 East Beach Blvd., Gulf Shores, AL  36542  • Phone: 251-948-3030

Hang loose at the Hangout. The Hangout was “the place to be” in the 50’s and 60’s and with new investors (that include some of the original surfer dudes) the Hangout is once again one of “the places to be” on Pleasure Island.  The Hangout gained national attention with the May Hangout Music Festival featuring acts such as Tom Petty, Stevie Wonder, The Roots, Kings of Leon and Public Enemy….a little something for everyone. There’s always  something going on from a Halloween bash to Labor Day celebrations.


www.thehangout.com

Live Bait
24281 Perdido Beach Blvd, Orange Beach, AL 36561  • Phone: 251-974-1612

Since 1995 LIVE BAIT RESTAURANT & NIGHTCLUB is Orange Beach’s coolest gathering place, where locals and visitors alike, get together to enjoy great food, spirits and share some great times. OurMenu features the freshest prepared to-order seafood, hand cut USDA certified steaks, pastas, salads, sandwiches, children’s menu, as well as, daily lunch and dinner specials, delicacies for everyone in the family. Come early and enjoy the Island’s longest HAPPY HOUR 11AM till 4 PM and sing KARAOKE starting at 8 PM daily at our newly renovated Tiki Deck and Oyster Bar.​ 


www.livebaitrestaurant.com

Flora-Bama
17401 Perdido Key Drive, Pensacola, FL 32507  • Phone: 251-980-5118

Where might you see a bride-to-be at her bachelorette party, a state senator, Nashville songwriters, a colorful local or two AND, we might add, some of the best regional singers and musicians in the South? That would be at the Florabama Lounge or as USA Today writes ” the last great American roadhouse”.  After surviving Hurricane Ivan, the “Bama” came  back strong, adding a two tier air conditioned stage. The Florabama is still home to the world famous Mullet Toss (that would be the fish, not men with a 80’s hairstyle) and home base to the Songwriter’s Festival that brings Grammy winning songwriters to the Gulf coast for seminars and some picking and playing.

www.florabama.com

Contact Us 

(251) 605-5261

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