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17 Jun

Postcards from the Beach: Restaurants around Sandbridge with Outdoor Seating! 

Restaurants around Sandbridge with Outdoor Seating! 

As we begin to kick off our summer season at Siebert Realty we are getting excited to have all our visitors come down to Sandbridge! To help you start planning some things to make your trip special we want to share some of our favorite things around the area! To start off this series we wanted to share some of our favorite places to dine outside! 

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Sage Kitchen at Andersons

Sage is opening up for the summer season with their outdoor patio in full swing! Located in Anderson’s right on Sandbridge Road it is our go-to for fresh farm to table goodness. Everything they serve is made from scratch and incorporates the freshest local ingredients, including herbs from their own greenhouse. Whether you’re a foodie or not you have to come check it out. They will also have a list of local musicians playing the night away! For more information check out Sage Kitchen here. 


The Baja 

One of our favorite places to unwind in the summer! Baja has been a Sandbridge staple for years and years! With a large outdoor seating area with incredible sunset views it’s a must for anyone visiting Sandbridge. Their menu focuses on the best seafood to delicious pizzas to the AMAZING appetizers (the she-fries are a must!). They also have so many fun things for families including live music, corn-hole, giant Jenga, and more! Also their coffee shop will be opening for the season on May 15th from 7am to 11am, so bring your towel and chairs and enjoy a cup of Joe and a breakfast wrap on the Bayview lawn!


Bandidos Taco Stand

Making their seasonal appearance once again, Bandidos taco truck is back! Located in the parking lot right before Siebert Realty is the tiny but mighty food truck that dishes out some of the best tacos, nachos, burritos, and quesadillas around. With a great menu that ranges from $1 to $9 it is a great option when feeding a crowd! They also have vegetarian options so everyone is happy! So grab your beach chairs or blankets because its time for a parking lot party at Bandidos!  


Sugar Shack

Sugar shack has been a beloved part of sandbridge for a long time! Located right below Simply Steamed, this little ice-cream shack has every flavor and all the toppings you could imagine. Unlike other ice cream shops here you pay what your ice cream weighs! They also have other options which include milkshakes and scoops in freshly made cones. This year Sugar Shack has added something new to their menu, breakfast! They are cooking up breakfast sandwiches, coffee, bagels, waffles, lattes and more! To make it even sweeter they offer FREE breakfast delivery! 


Sandbridge Island

Want a delicious meal without having to leave Sandbridge? Well this should be your go to, located near the entrance to sandbridge, Sandbridge Island is the perfect place to grab a pizza or fill up on some crab legs. Located right outside of the restaurant are a few tables with views of the Atlantic Ocean. They also have various local wines, beer, and desserts available.

10 Jun

Sand Replenishment

Expect a much larger beach when you vacation with us in 2020!

Sandbridge is replenished with sand every 5-7 years because the beach gets shorter and shorter due to hurricanes and the ocean washing up on the shore. Sand is pumped from 3 miles out onto the beach through the pipes. After making it to shore, the sand drops and the water flows back into the ocean leaving a mound of sand that the workers then push and move to make it flat and level. The tall tripod is a CRAB and it determines how much sand is needed for that section of the beach.

10 Jun

Sand Replenishment

Expect a much larger beach when you vacation with us in 2020!

Sandbridge is replenished with sand every 5-7 years because the beach gets shorter and shorter due to hurricanes and the ocean washing up on the shore. Sand is pumped from 3 miles out onto the beach through the pipes. After making it to shore, the sand drops and the water flows back into the ocean leaving a mound of sand that the workers then push and move to make it flat and level. The tall tripod is a CRAB and it determines how much sand is needed for that section of the beach.