The Pensacola Mardi Gras Grand Parade is one of the biggest Mardi Gras celebrations on the Gulf Coast with up to 100,000 people attending.
Jan. 5 marks the end of one holiday season in Pensacola, and the beginning of another.
Downtown Pensacola’s Palafox Street is well renowned for its dining and nightlife, but locals know to look just off the main drag to the historic Belmont-DeVilliers neighborhood for some of the city’s best Southern culture and fare.
Can there really be too much of a good thing? Nope. Not when we’re talking about locally brewed beer.
Unfamiliar with oysters? Just think of them as chicken livers of the sea.
As Pensacola continues to grow and flourish, so does its culinary scene as the city focuses on a more “Gulf-to-Table” movement. Follow along as we explore some of the freshest catch-of-the-days Pensacola has to offer.
These awards are a reflection of the incredible community that we have in the Pensacola Bay Area. If you haven’t attended one of these events, they’re a must-see that you should add to your list.
If you’ve never experienced Pensacola’s Mardi Gras celebration, you’re in for a treat. Nobody does Mardi Gras quite like we do.
Palafox Market draws an eclectic crowd every Saturday to the heart of downtown Pensacola. It’s the place to get seasonal vegetables, flowers, art, treats and more — and to get a peak into diverse lives of some of the people from around the area.
We know that the LGBTQ+ community is welcome on Pensacola Beach for Memorial Day weekend, but did you know Pensacola offers something for every letter in LGBTQ+ the rest of the year as well?
Palafox Street in downtown Pensacola was designated by the American Planning Association as one of ten Great Streets in America.
Typically, and predictably, and maybe a little bit lazily, we tend to define the Pensacola region by its King and Queen - Pensacola Beach and Perdido Key. The Duke of Hipness - Historic Downtown Pensacola - also earns copious kudos.
Murals are all the rage right now. Locally, some are on a massive scale. Others are smaller and more obscure. All bring a new energy and engagement to our eclectic community, making it more vibrant and alive.