Good times take flight at 723 Whiskey Bravo!

723 Whiskey Bravo is the type of place that instantly lifts spirits. The energy is palpable and there are plenty of reasons to get happy about the Seagrove establishment. Since its debut in the spring of 2012, the restaurant has truly taken off, quickly becoming known as a local hot spot with its hangout described as “Cool. Casual. Coastal.” Just a short walk from Seaside, beach-goers relish an open-air lunch on The Roof, a sprawling rooftop patio stamped with a vibrant plane on one white wall, painted by local artist Andy Saczynski. Patrons also crowd around the outdoor bar below a canopy modeled after the inside of an airplane hangar. Grouped seating and cozy bonfire pits make the upstairs area a popular choice for lingering with friends and family. The nightly sunset viewing fills the space as diners sip and savor the colorful cloud show.

Downstairs, the atmosphere shifts distinctly with fans gathered around 723 Whiskey Bravo’s signature bar, a rounded fixture shaped like a Chris Craft boat, complete with 8 big screen TVs hanging overhead. As imagined, this becomes a favorite place to settle in for gameday. In fact, the restaurant boasts an extensive television collection with several on display amidst athletic memorabilia in the Sports Lounge, a handful of individual sets within the overstuffed booths, 2 TVs on The Roof and another large screen in the Pilots Lounge – a private room used for anything from family celebrations to business gatherings and anything in between.

In the main dining area, the cool but casual decor sets the stage for a delicious culinary experience. The menu changes four times each year so the chef can create delicious dishes that take advantage of the local seafood, produce, and meats at their peak of flavor and freshness. While guests rarely leave without taking an enthusiastic bite out of 723 Whiskey Bravo’s signature Fried Mac n Cheese Sticks (served with a kick of chipotle aioli), it’s the upscale dining that keeps guests coming back for more. Hand-cut steaks are cooked to perfection and the Niman Ranch Pork Chop is served with mouth-watering brussel sprouts that nearly steal the show. Other favorites from the evening menu include Gulf Shrimp and Grits, the Whiskey Bravo Po’ Boy and Grilled Local Grouper. A cozy wine room houses an extensive wine list with an impressive variety of vintages.

The lunch time fare consists of an array of salads, wraps and sandwiches that have developed their own fanbases among locals and visitors, including the Thai Shrimp Pasta Salad, Cashew Chicken Wrap and Saint Barths Salad Nicoise. Other features include a children’s menu, special game day offerings, along with weeknight Happy Hours and entree specials. Taking into account special dining needs of its patrons, Whiskey Bravo offers several gluten-free and vegetarian options, and sources fresh ingredients from local growers like Mac Farms and Dragonfly Fields. The staff is knowledgeable and friendly, providing exceptional attention to detail and attentive service.

While the name of the 4,500 square foot iconic structure comes from the tail number on owners Skip and Victoria Moore’s Cirrus SR22 (a combination of their 7/23 wedding anniversary date and their favorite letters from the aviation alphabet), it is the sentiment evoked that the Moore’s are most proud of.
“We opened this restaurant as a tribute to neighborhood gathering places everywhere and we couldn’t be more excited about the direction it’s taken. Friends and memories have been made here, our community has rallied for causes, gathered for celebrations and have made a difference in the success of numerous local charities that we have chosen to be part of. We are very appreciative of all of our guests as 723 Whiskey Bravo continues to exceed our expectations.” says Victoria Moore.



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