Mitch Holman from Capt.'s Table - A Note of History

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Mitch Holman from Capt.'s Table - A Note of History

Mitch Holman’s family bought The Capt’s Table building in 1930. One of the last surviving Old Florida fish houses, The Capt’s Table runs its own boats to ensure that the fish you eat at this restaurant is local and fresh. Nothing fancy, but you can taste the love!

110 Beck Avenue
Panama City, FL 32401
Phone:  850-767-9933
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A classic old Florida fish house owned and operated by a fisherman and his family. It just doesn't get more real than this. They catch 'em and cook 'em and serve 'em with downhome southern sides - like cheese grits and cole slaw. The prices are right, the oysters are 100% Apalachicola beauties, and the service is full of personality and warmth. Simply one of the best in the Southeast.

Listing Location: St. Andrews
Food Type: Seafood
Meal Served: Dessert, Dinner, Lunch
Reservations: Not Required
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