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Pensacola’s Pearl & Horn

It’s currently tucked away in the corner of The Garden, with plans to move to the old Alice’s location. But I would highly recommend going now to make sure you get the ambiance and fun of its current spot.

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Pearl & Horn’s oysters are locally sourced from Grayson Bay Oyster Co. which is located here in Pensacola.

From the Grayson Bay Oyster Co. website, “Grayson Bay oysters are hand-raised on the surface of the water where they get plenty of food, wave tumbled, and help clean our bay. Oysters are one of the most sustainable of all food crops.” They also provide the following tasting notes: Grayson Bay oysters are 2.5-3 inch with typical salinity ranging usually 18-24, a light brine that does not hide the subtle flavors of mineral quartz (mild), blue crab (sweet) and celery (savory).

Pearl & Horn is also known for its lobster roll and rosemary waffle fries, in both regular and sweet potato.

A special of Lobster Benedict did not disappoint, but the cafe also offers crab cakes, burgers, and more.

For those who love style, the small cafe is a color explosion of modern coastal design, complete with a trio of oyster shell-encrusted mirrors hanging over the back wall. The light fixtures and great black and white wallpaper are perfect against the bright orange and turquoise.

Pearl & Horn is not just for the eat-in crowd and will prepare meals to go for an elevated take-out experience. For singles and pairs, the bar is a perfect spot to grab a quick bite and have an enjoyable conversation with its friendly staff.

Pearl & Horn is the creation of Chef George & his wife, Luba, owners of Pensacola’s beloved George Bistro + Bar. For hours of operation and the complete menu, click here.

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Dana is an Arkansas native and a seasonal resident of the Gulf Coast since childhood. She was a Pensacola resident for 13 years, before moving to Gulf Breeze. Dana attributes her Mayberry-esque childhood in Warren, Arkansas, as enormously influential in honing her definitely Southern style of storytelling. She earned a degree in Journalism, Advertising/Public Relations from the University of Arkansas (Woo Pig Sooie!). In addition to writing, she loves photography, art, adventures in the great outdoors, and spending time with her three children.