Restaurant Spotlight: Sunset Bay Cafe

One bite of the food and you’re likely not to take your eyes off your plate

A breakfast and lunch menu that’s one part coastal and one part Creole makes for scrumptious Southern goodness at Sunset Bay Cafe.

Overlooking Choctawhatchee Bay, guests may partake in unique brunch options al fresco by the pool or indoors.

Choosing the latter won’t inhibit your view of the boats breezing by, as windows surrounding the open floor seating provide an optimal vantage point.

One bite of the food, though, and you’re likely not to take your eyes off your plate.

The restaurant’s signature Chicken N Waffles is a decadent Belgian waffle base, topped with crispy fried chicken, molasses bacon butter, Southern gravy, syrup and chives is a guest favorite.

Patrons also dive into unconventional takes on classic dishes, such as cinnamon rolls iced with Florida orange cream cheese, and crab cake eggs Benedict.

With such diverse and delicious options, it only makes sense they are Best of the Emerald Coast winners for Best Breakfast and Best Bloody Mary. 

“Our main mission is to get a smile on your face so you’ll come back and see us again,” says co-owner Bryce Jarvis.

He and his business partner/father, Gary Jarvis, are proud that the restaurant will be celebrating its fifth anniversary this February.

Bryce Jarvis gives credit to the team. “Along with an exceptional menu and scenery, our staff’s excellent service has made that possible.”


Sunset bay cafe  158 Sandestin Blvd. N., Miramar Beach (Inside the conference center)

(850) 267-7108  |

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