Hi friends! Last month we took a trip to Rosemary Beach with Cam’s family. There were 2 babies with us so we were on the hunt for baby and toddler-friendly restaurants and activities. We spent a lot of our time down there on the beach, but we ate at some amazing restaurants and loved the area where we stayed! Read below for all my recommendations on things to do in Rosemary Beach, Florida with a toddler as well as places to eat.
Things to do in Rosemary Beach, Florida with a Toddler
WHERE WE STAYED
We found a VRBO near Rosemary Beach. It was within walking distance to the Rosemary Square where The Pearl Hotel is. I would recommend any house in this neighborhood and would definitely stay here again.
WHERE WE ATE
Pescado – I had previously only been to Pescado for dinner and knew they didn’t allow kids for lunch. The rooftop was a fun lunchtime activity for everyone. Pescado is always a good idea, from food to drinks to decor.
Shunk Gulley – Casual seafood and oyster bar, great atmosphere and food. Our favorite lunch spot.
Amavida Coffee – Delicious lattes, convenient location! We love grabbing lattes here in the morning and walking around the square.
Big Bad Breakfast – I have a special place in my heart for BBB. It started in Oxford, Mississippi where I went to college and we always love going any chance we get. The best classic breakfast food!
Citizen – This is a chic brunch spot in Alys Beach.
Cafe Thirty-A – We don’t miss a trip to Cafe Thirty-A. This is our favorite dinner restaurant in the area. I always order their daily seafood special.
Alys Beach Playground
Stroll Around Rosemary Square
Grab Ice Cream at Kilwins
Go Toy Shopping at Duckies
Walk through Alys Beach
Build Sandcastles with a Pro
Village at Baytown Wharf
Take a Dolphin Cruise
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