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You will find the Pensacola area tucked between Ft. Walton Beach and Orange Beach, Alabama in Northwest Florida’s panhandle in Escambia County. A regional airport and access to I-10 makes Pensacola an easy destination for visitors and locals a like. Historic downtown Pensacola gives you a peek into the past. It has a beautiful setting with a rich history. Known as the city of five flags, Pensacola has been ruled since 1559 by Spain, France, England, The Confederacy and The United States. Museums and art abounds in this area along with shopping and dining for all ages and tastes. There are numerous festivals and a variety of events held throughout the city all year long. Pensacola Beach is just a bridge away showcasing arguably the most beautiful shoreline in the world. On top of that, Pensacola is home to the Pensacola Naval Air Station, one of the world’s largest aviation museum, the world famous Blue Angels, and one of the longest fishing Pier in the Gulf Of Mexico.
The City of Pensacola was the first European settlement on the continent of North America. An important seaport since 1559, it has one of the most colorful histories in the country. First, founded by the Spanish, taken over by the French, it was then acquired by the British - all in the first 200 years. During the Civil War, it became a part of the Confederacy but was later taken into the reformed union of the United States after the war. Having so many different cultures has produced a wide variety of architecture and attractions all over the city. Likewise, it has given Pensacola numerous nicknames, including: "Emerald Coast” and "Western Gate to the Sunshine State" as Pensacola is the westernmost city in Florida. The term "Pensacola" came from the Native Americans who originally inhabited the bay area.
The city boasts a spectacular historic district, beautifully preserved 18th and 19th century fortifications, museums, theaters, nature preserves and the sparking white sand beaches of the nearby barrier islands.
Unlike Southern Florida, Pensacola has a temperate climate, mild winter, spring, and fall, as well as the usual summer months. For those who need a break from the constant heat of cities in South Florida, this can be the perfect place to retire or just live a lifestyle that few are lucky enough to enjoy.
Historic downtown Pensacola is a charming, waterfront neighborhood boasting dozens of locally owned restaurants, boutiques, cultural museums and art galleries. Shoppers may choose from fine imported textiles, eclectic home furnishings, fantastic wines, work from local potters, painters and glass artists, unique and trendy clothing and hand-made jewelry.
Joe Patti’s Seafood – 524 S B Street – (850) 432-3315
Miles Antique Mall – 5109 Bayou Blvd – (850) 607-6560
Blue Morning Gallery – 21 S. Palafox Place – (850) 429-9100
Crab's We Got Em' Beach Store – 6 Casino Beach Boulevard – (850) 932-3157
Pensacola serves up a skillet-full of dining opportunity from great steaks and fresh seafood to Southern-style barbecue and Cajun specialties. Restaurants include local icons -- part of the area scene for decades -- as well as newer franchise favorites, many clustered near Pensacola's two major shopping malls.
McGuire's Irish Pub & Brewery – 600 E Gregory Street – (850) 433-6789
Pot Roast & Pinot –321 E Cervantes Street – (850) 607-7336
Global Grill – 27 Palafox Place – (850) 469-9966
Five Sisters Blues Cafe – 421 W Belmont Street – (850) 912-4856
Pensacola offers a lively scene for plenty of fun when the sun goes down. From waterfront watering holes and Irish pubs to sophisticated martini bars and historic venues, there are plenty of places to sip a cocktail and enjoy.
Seville Quarter – 130 East Government Street – (850) 434-6211
Old Hickory Whiskey Bar – 123 Palafox Place – (850) 332-5916
The Cabaret – 101 S Jefferson St – (850) 607-2020
Beyond the Grape – 5100 N 9th Ave – (850) 696-2916
The Escambia County School District provides education for every age group. With more than 40 primary and secondary schools, boasting some of the highest standardized test scores in the state, parents can be assured that their children are getting the instruction they need.
N.B. Cook Elementary School – 1310 N 12th Ave – (850) 595-6826
Montessori School of Pensacola – 4100 Montessori Dr – (850) 469-8138
Brown Barge Middle School – 201 Hancock Ln – (850) 494-5640
West Florida High School – 2400 Longleaf Drive – (850) 941-6200
Pensacola's historical landmarks and most noteworthy monuments are the city's biggest draw cards, along with its beautiful beaches. There are a number of old homes peppered throughout the city, with the largest concentrations being found within the Historic Pensacola Village and at the city's Naval Air Station.
Pensacola Lighthouse and Museum – 191 Radford Boulevard – (850) 393-1561
Barkley House – 410 S Florida Blanca St – (850) 438-6505
Naval Aviation Museum – 190 Radford Blvd – (850) 452-2311
Blue Wahoos Ballpark – 351 W Cedar St – (850) 934 -8444
So, there are many reasons why people flock to Pensacola. The temperate climate and laid-back lifestyle of residents attracts many retirees, as well as families. There is a strong military presence, thanks to the Naval Air Station and nearby Whiting Field. The city has no shortage of entertainment, whether people want to see a concert, go on a fishing trip or visit a museum. Surrounded by 50-plus miles of coastline, including beautiful emerald-green Gulf of Mexico waters and crystal clear-bay areas, Pensacola is the perfect combination of a relaxed beach town and bustling metropolitan center. Pensacola’s heritage includes a mix of many different cultures, and this makes it the ideal place to learn, grow, work and play.
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