New Restaurants on tap for Scenic 30A

An old classic and a new eatery are open in South Watlon


Seagrove Village Market and the Surfing Deer – both in Seagrove at the intersection of County Road 395 and Scenic 30A – are ready for hungry locals, vacationers and foodies alike. The Hartley Restaurant Group are behind both eateries.

The venerable Seagrove Village Market as been a South Walton staple for generations. The restaurant closed last year and moved about 50 yards north to the corner of County Road 395 and Grove Avenue in Old Seagrove. Check out the website and menus here.

Open for lunch and dinner, the Seagrove Village Market will still over the classics that folks have come to love over the years. Burgers and the grouper sandwiches will still be available, as will the Po-Boys, which include grouper, shrimp, oyster, Andouille and shrimp and a new comer – hot chicken.

Shrimp tacos, salads, fried seafood baskets and desserts are ready too.

The Hartley Group also added the Surfing Deer in the old V Seagrove location. You can visit their website page here. The Surfing Deer is only open for dinner.

They will have oysters, crispy calamari, cheddar-jalapeno corn pancakes and other appetizers.

The main courses include: local Gulf fish, stout coffee braised short ribs, shrimp and grits and red curry mussels. Sides, soups, salads and much more is ready for you at the Surfing Deer.