Hammerhead Fred’s Seafood Restaurant
Panama City Beach
Local Seafood. Local Music. Local Flavor.
Serving up unique local gulf fresh seafood dishes in a casual, rustic setting. The coldest Apalachicola oysters you ever put in your mouth and dishes like Shrimp Trinidad and Grouper Monterey make Fred’s a favorite with locals and visitors alike. Hammerhead Fred’s is a great place to eat inside or out, relax and kick your shoes off and have a good time. Local seafood, local flavor and local music. Hammerhead Fred’s Seafood Restaurant features sports on more than 12 big screen flat panel TVs year round. Hammerhead Fred’s on Panama City Beach looks forward to serving you soon!
Fresh Seafood, Oysters and More.
Since 1995 Locals know, Hammerhead Fred’s is the place on Panama City Beach for fresh, local seafood. Sure, you can find seafood all along Panama City Beach, but Fred’s serves up a difference that will keep you coming back for more. They say “variety is the spice of life”. And at Hammerhead Fred’s, variety is served up daily. Fred’s Menu features a variety of signature dishes with a Cajun kick and spices that will thrill your palette. Whether you’re craving a sizzlin’ steak, fresh gulf shrimp, or even baked oysters with flavorful toppings, Hammerhead Fred’s has something for everyone. Watching your beach figure? No problem. Choose from a selections of crisp garden salads or even a warm bowl of soup.
See Hammerhead Fred’s Menu!
Hang out. Chill Out.
Serving up unique local gulf fresh seafood dishes in a casual, rustic setting. The coldest Apalachicola oysters you ever put in your mouth and dishes like Shrimp
We took the party outside! Our ALL NEW Hammerhead Fred’s outdoor pavilion, “Fred’s Hangout.” This 2,500 sq. ft. deck features an outdoor bar to serve you as you wait for a table, chat it up with friends, or listen to some great, live music. You can even grab a bite from our menu. It’s the perfect spot to sit, relax and well, “hangout” while on Panama City Beach.
Join Us For A Beer!
Hammerhead Fred’s has the coldest beer on the beach. Over 50 on tap!
It’s a clean and simple pale lager and one of the more popular beer varieties.
Stouts have an unclear history, yet it’s strongly held by many that they derive from porters.
Pale ale is one of the world’s most popular beer styles. It’s made with the use of pale malt.
It’s a very old style beer, whose history dates back to unhopped ales.