Going to the Pink Pony Pub is like going back in time. Very little has changed since the restaurant was rebuilt after Hurricane Frederick hit in 1979. It sits on a huge expanse of public beach. Please remember that alcoholic beverages are not allowed on the beach and the pub can become quite crowded during the season. Bikinis are always welcome and children are welcome until 9 P.M. After 9 the music and karaoke begin with the pub usually open until 3 a.m. A full bar with awesome mixed drinks and ice cold beer is somewhat pricey. A local IPA microbrew goes for five-fifty. In additional to typical bar food they offer great fresh seafood, soups and salads. The servers were full of energy and appeared anxious to please. For dinner my wife and I chose an order of crabcakes which were average. I had a crabclaw platter which was outstanding. Charlotte had the coconut shrimp which was very good. I do realize that during the busy season most people pay a parking fee and service can be slow. However on a beautiful November afternoon it doesn't get any better than the Pink Pony Pub.
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