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Salt is a boutique shop with lots of coastal inspired gifts and clothing.
Scoops has a wide variety of ice cream and plenty of outdoor seating for the whole family.
OWA is an amusement park that has tons of exciting rides and places to eat.
Maggie’s has craft beers and you can even build your own six-pack.
Tacky Jacks is open early for breakfast with a view.
Flipdaddy’s has burgers and beers down to a science.
To avoid any unwanted restaurant disasters, we’ve compiled a list of our favorite family-friendly restaurants near the hotel.
Whether you’ve come to Orange Beach on vacation or for business, you deserve to take a moment for yourself – away from the kids or the conference room. Just you and your thoughts … and a professional spa or salon therapist dedicated to your wellness and beauty.
“If it ain’t fried, it ain’t cooked” is the tongue-in-cheek motto of many Southern cooks. Southerners are no strangers to battered fried vegetables.
If you have a hefty appetite and like your dinner served with an ample side of insanity, then don’t miss Lambert’s Cafe, The Only Home of the Throwed Rolls.
The Flora-Bama Lounge & Package Store has been around as long as anyone in these parts can remember. The problem is, no one can remember the nights they’ve spent there.
Today, Collins says, Chute For the Skye is the premier company of its kind on the Gulf Coast.
Happy Harbors survived many a hurricane to stand strong today, proudly operated by descendants of Ol’ “Happ” himself. Dominic Specchio runs the place, but it was his father, “Spec,” who dreamed up the business.
Christmas just isn’t Christmas until the lights come out. We don’t know about you, but there’s nothing we love more this time of year than sipping eggnog while enjoying a holiday extravaganza.
If two-wheelin’ is your favorite mode of transportation or exercise, we can help you make the most of your visit to Orange Beach. The cycling trails here are beautiful and expansive, and local bike shops have everything you need – from riding gear to rentals.
Most people visit Alabama’s Gulf Coast to get their toes in the sand, and while the sparkling white beaches and emerald blue waters are the crown jewel in the local treasure chest, there’s ample other attractions to explore while you’re here.
The Gulf Coast Exploreum “Museum of Science” first opened its doors in 1983. Within four years, the center became so popular it outgrew the original site, and it was determined that the historic downtown of Mobile, Ala., would be well suited for an expanded science center and IMAX Dome Theater.
There are plenty of ways to be patriotic when you celebrate Independence Day on the Gulf Coast of Alabama.
Once aboard, you can expect to be treated to a narrated tour of area waterways including the Gulf of Mexico, Intracoastal and Perdido Bay, with the sound of relaxing beach music underscoring your search for the bottle-nose dolphin.