What restaurants does Hilton Sandestin Beach Golf Resort & Spa have?

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Zandra Wolfgram

With seven on-site restaurants, eateries and lounges from casual quick bites to fine dining, you do not need to venture from the Hilton Sandestin Beach Golf Resort & Spa to satisfy your cravings.

Though it serves breakfast, lunch and dinner daily, the hearty breakfast buffet at Sandcastles is perfect for fueling up for an action-packed day at the beach. If you want to get an early start, you can also grab a Starbucks Coffee, Tazo tea and homemade Danish courtesy of mater pastry chef Yascha Becker at The Coffee Shop, which opens at 6:30 a.m.

Zesty fish tacos, crisp green salads and fresh grouper sandwiches served al fresco for lunch or dinner are that much more delicious when paired with a panoramic view of the Gulf of Mexico at Barefoots Beachside Bar & Grill.

The Hilton’s expansive 17,000-square-foot pool deck that overlooks the Gulf is really the resort’s hot spot. Warm up at one of the fire pits, cozy up on one of the outdoor sofas or belly up to the beach bar and toast the setting sun with a signature cocktail or fun frozen concoction from The Sand Bar, which also has a great selection of sandwiches, wraps and appetizer-style bites such as peel-and-eat Gulf shrimp.

Picnix is nestled between two outdoor pools and welcomes you in your swimsuit when you want to order up a deli sandwich, Pizza Hut slice or Edy’s frozen ice cream cone to enjoy as you soak in the sun. Inside the hotel, you can savor fresh, locally caught sushi and a drink at the Hidashi Sushi Bar that overlooks the pool deck and Gulf.

But wherever you choose to nosh during the day, be sure to save your appetite and some time on your schedule for dinner at Seagar’s steakhouse. For a real treat at this upscale eatery, order steak Diane, Dover sole or cherries jubilee and enjoy it prepared with expert flair at your tableside.

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