So close to the water your burger will get wet!
The hurricane of 1928, with its torrential rains and pounding surf, created the inlet called Blind Pass. Woody's was build on the inlet in 1945 facing the Gulf of Mexico. Woody's was originally established as a Bait House serving Florida's fishermen hot dogs, hamburgers and ice cold beer. In the early fifties, it was renamed the Sunset Inn, becoming a gathering place for the local community. Today, Woody's has evolved into a tourist and family restaurant featuring fine food & fun; still maintaining the atmosphere of the 50's & 60's, and continuing to server the local community.
Whether you're a local from the neighborhood doing a little fishing; or a visitor from across the Atlantic enjoying a Florida holiday; be sure to stop by Woody's Waterfront Cafe and Beach Bar for great food, great atmosphere, and great times. If you're having a gathering, remember that Woody's offers fantastic party trays that are both delicious and economical.
If you're looking for a little more upscale dining, please visit theoystershucker.com. Oyster Shucker's shares the same owners as Woody's, as well as the passion for fun, quality food, an inexpensive dining experience, and (of course) beautiful views of Blind Pass and the Gulf of Mexico!