Secrets of PCB – Salty Sue’s

Welcome to our Secrets of Panama City Beach series, showing you things about the beach, you’ve never dreamed of.

January is in the process of packing up it’s toys and that sneaky spring break season is peeking around the corner.

It’s still a bit chilly, but with a collective yawn, the whole town seems to be stirring from it’s sleepy winter mode and we are HUNGRY.

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A Special Thanks to our Sponsors

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7 New Year's Alternatives to Pier Park

At PCBdaily.com, we realize that the Panama City Beach community is one riddled with diversity.  And keeping that in mind, we wanted to offer options to those out there who want to celebrate New Year’s Eve – but may not be feeling the crowds at Pier Park.

Let’s raise those noise makers to variety and tip our party hats to these alternative New Year’s Options!

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Weekend Events – Unique Christmas Shopping, Festival of Trees, Books, Arts, Parades and more!

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Looks like Panama City Beach is a fantastic place to kick off your holiday season! We’ve got a lot of unique gift shopping opportunities this weekend, a chance to run off some of that dressing from last week, “A Christmas Carol” as well as the inaugural Grand Lagoon Boat Parade! You don’t want to miss this – get all of your Christmas shopping done, relax, AND have a blast- all at the same time!
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SCHEDULE: 21st Annual Lobster Festival & Tournament This Weekend

Every year in September, Schooners, The Last Local Beach Club, hosts the largest 4 day Lobster Festival & Tournament in Florida. This year the Panama City Beach Tourist Development Council and Schooners have partnered together to host the 21st Annual Lobsterfest September 16, 17, 18 & 19th.

Lobsterfest has always been a local favorite, but now in conjunction with the TDC there is an effort to attract visitors from all over the South East to come and enjoy the festivities and take advantage of Panama City Beach’s beautiful oil free water and seafood.

Divers from all over the country will compete in a variety of lobster categories including Spiny Lobster, Big 6 and Shovelnose, with an opportunity to win cash and prizes totaling over $10,000. Weigh-ins will be from 3-6pm on Saturday and Noon-3pm on Sunday.

The Lobster Feast will begin at Noon on Sunday, and spectators will get a chance to taste the catch for themselves! A special Schooners menu has been developed for all the fresh local lobster that will be harvested by the divers.

At 11 am, Sunday, the silent auction will begin featuring lobsters, incredible merchandise and unique packages donated by local businesses. The auction will close and the final awards ceremony will begin Sunday at 4pm. Continue reading “SCHEDULE: 21st Annual Lobster Festival & Tournament This Weekend”

Please Help Displaced Treasure Ship Employees

Earlier this week we may have lost a Panama City Beach icon, The Treasure Ship Restaurant.  Wednesday afternoon much of the exterior and an unknown portion of the interior was destroyed by fire leaving 100 plus employees unemployed literally in one afternoon.  With the quick onset of the tourism season, this leaves many families wondering what they’ll do to make it by this summer.

Click the read more link for how you can help and pictures of the burned Treasure Ship Restaurant.

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