From classic breakfast favorites to fried seafood for lunch, Island Cafe offers a little something for everyone in a down home atmosphere. It’s an ideal spot to grab a quick meal before spending the day on the water in Port Aransas.
National Sunscreen Day is May 27th and is the perfect day to replenish your supply of sunscreen for the summer. Also known as “Don’t Fry Day”, this is a great day to take inventory of your sunscreen sprays, lotions and sticks and to remind your family of the right way to wear sun protection.
The recently-opened Dylan’s Coal Oven Pizzeria is a somewhat undiscovered gem with coal oven-baked pizzas, specialty pastas and fresh salads, as well as a full bar. It’s quaint and it’s good.
There’s truly no replacement for exploring the beauty of Port Aransas in real life, in real-time, but it’s possible to get a glimpse of this little slice of heaven from wherever you call home.
With over 50 unique local restaurants, Port Aransas has plenty of eateries for families to choose from when hunger strikes. From waterfront seafood dives to hidden culinary treasures, the choices are many for kid-friendly restaurants in Port Aransas, if you just know where to look.
In an effort to support social distancing during the Covid-19 pandemic, many restaurants in Port Aransas have altered their menus and to-go options to provide curbside pickup and delivery options locally. Here’s the latest list of local restaurants offering to-go orders.