Whether you’re planning a social celebration or corporate gathering, together we can
create an unforgettable, individualized experience that reflects your vision, resources, and wishes.
The entire restaurant can be reserved for 150 to 250 seated guests, or for a buffet reception for up to 350.
A private setting with a beautiful view of the Gulf, the Fishbone Room is the ultimate venue for parties of 25 to 80. This room has it all — spectacular Gulf views, chic décor, private full-service bar, multi-media and wireless capabilities — paired with superb cuisine, personalized planning and impeccable service.
Located just off the Main Dining Room, the Side Porch is a lovely, airy, semi-private area that seats 15 to 55.
We’re more than capable of bringing the party to your house. Or to wherever you need us.
We’ve been catering and planning successful events since we opened our doors
over 20 years ago. So relax. And let us do the work!
If you’re interested in having an event here at Café Thirty-A, or having us help with an event off site, please fill out the form below.
We’ll be in touch to discuss your options. Thank you!
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Driving Directions >
Take Highway 98 East to County Road 395 (approximately 12 miles east of the main intersection at Sandestin Resort). Turn right on 395 and go approximately 3.5 miles to County Road 30A at the blinking light. Turn left and go 1.1 miles. We are located on the left between the Tom Thumb gas station and Centennial Bank.
Follow Highway 98 East to County Road 30A (approximately 3.2 miles from the main intersection at Sandestin Resort) and take a right. Follow 30A for 11.5 miles and we’re on the left between Tom Thumb and Centennial Bank. You’ll go through WaterColor and Seaside on the way here. We’re 1.5 miles east of Seaside.
Follow Highway 98 West to County Road 30A (approximately 2 miles from the beginning of the Phillips Inlet Bridge) and take a left at the light. Go approximately 7 miles. We’re on the right between Centennial Bank and the Tom Thumb gas station.