Gulf Shores and Orange Beach restaurants are permitted to offer on-site dining provided tables are spaced at least six feet apart. Party size is limited to no more than eight people. Many restaurants will additionally continue to offer takeout, curbside pickup and delivery. We recommend you check with the restaurant of your choice to learn what service modifications are in place. Alabama requires masks be worn in public areas when in close proximity to others, and all must practice social distancing. Details and exceptions regarding face masks can be found on our Coronavirus update page.
Additionally, restaurants and bars are required to stop selling alcohol by 11pm, and all alcohol must be consumed by 11:30pm. They may remain open after that time, but patrons cannot consume alcohol.
Save Room for Dessert
Bake It Easy
The perfect ending to a perfect coastal meal can be cool, warm, chocolaty, fruity, smooth or crunchy, but always sweet. Prepare for a taste bud explosion.
Elastic will become your best friend because you’ll want to try all of the irresistible, delicious treats. From milkshakes to cakes to pies and even beignets, you’ll find it all and more on the Alabama Gulf Coast.
Some regional desserts you’ll not want to miss include a slice of pecan pie, rum cake or key lime pie, or a scoop of warm bread pudding topped with vanilla ice cream. Is your mouth watering yet?