The Gulf Coast's Entertainment Destination since 1967
Next to Apple Annie’s is the Palace Café (formerly the Palace Oyster Bar), the perfect place to stop in for your morning coffee, latte, cappuccino, or other pick-me-up. You can enjoy the flavors and ambience of the New Orleans French Quarter as you enjoy a plate of hot beignets.
The French doors in the Palace Café are from the old Italian Hall in New Orleans. The bar and back bar date between 1810 and 1820 from the Palace Hotel which is said to have had the first liquor license in the state of Florida.
The stools are from the Wisteria Cafeteria and date from 1870. The floor tile is from Mexico.