Since 1953, Johnny and Jimmy Patronis have had the pleasure of serving the local public and the many visitors to our restaurant. Over the years, many of our dishes have become very popular. Explore our 'Art of Seafood' or traditional land cuisine.
Nothing complements a fine meal at our seafood restaurant in Panama City Beach better than a great drink.
Little things... simple things... wonderful things. This classic restaurant has always believed in quality and simplicity. No heavy sauces are used here.
As Johnny Patronis explains, "Nothing should drown the natural goodness of fresh, fresh fish. Just let it absorb a little of the aroma of oak from the coals... drizzle with a little extra virgin olive oil..... a squeeze of lemon... maybe a touch of oregano and serve it while it's still hot. You know, we were the first on this coast to cook like this over real hardwood coals. But, on the coast of Greece where my family grew up, it has been a tradition for hundreds... maybe thousands of years!"
The aroma of fresh baked bread has also long been an important part of the Capt. Anderson's experience.... it blends delightfully with the tangy scent of fresh olive oil and feta cheese, the familiar scent of hardwood coals sizzling with the juices of fresh seafood filets. Add a perfect bottle of wine and it's culinary heaven. When it comes to Panama City Beach restaurants, Capt. Anderson's is among the elite.