3 Best Restaurants in Grayton Beach According to Yelpers that are Street Legal Golf Cart Accessible

3 Best Restaurants in Grayton Beach According to Yelpers that are Street Legal Golf Cart Accessible

If you’re looking for a place to enjoy some incredible food while on vacation, look no further than Grayton Beach, Florida. This beautiful area is known for its sugar-white sand beaches and emerald-green waters, and it’s also home to some of the best restaurants 30A has to offer.

We took yelpers’ opinions into account and compiled a list of the three best restaurants in Grayton Beach that are also accessible by Street Legal Golf Cart.

That way, you can enjoy the scenery while getting to and from your meal!

1. The Red Bar

The Red Bar - Grayton Beach

Photo Credit @: The Red Bar

First up on our list is The Red Bar. This place is known for its eclectic atmosphere and delicious food, and it’s definitely a must-try while in Grayton Beach. The Red Bar is also one of the most popular restaurants on 30A, so be sure to get there early if you want to snag a table!

2. Crackings Grayton Beach

Crackings - Gratyon Beach 30A Florida

Photo Credit @: Crackings Grayton Beach

If you’re looking for a more casual dining experience, Crackings of Grayton Beach is the place for you. This restaurant is located right after the Highway 283 and 30A intersection, making it easy to find. Crackings is famous for its delicious breakfast, and mimosas.

3. Chanticleer Eatery

Chanticleer Eatery - Grayton Beach Florida

Photo Credit @: Chanticleer Eatery

Last but not least, we have Chanticleer Eatery. This restaurant is perfect if you’re looking for a romantic dinner spot or somewhere to celebrate a special occasion. Chanticleer is known for its sophisticated atmosphere and mouthwatering food, and it’s definitely one of the best restaurants in Grayton Beach.

So there you have it! Three of the best restaurants in Grayton Beach are also Street Legal Golf Cart accessible. Whether you’re looking for an upscale dining experience or something more casual, there’s a spot on this list for you. Bon appetit!

 

The Crap Trap in Destin

The Crap Trap in Destin

About The Crab Trap

The Crab Trap in Destin

Photo Credit @: The Crab Trap

The Crab Trap encourages guests to relax and take it easy while also providing the utmost in convenience. It is located on Scenic Highway 98 in Destin and is right next to the James Lee Park public beach access point.

You’ll be greeted by an inviting and welcoming atmosphere as soon as you step inside the Crab Trap.

If at all possible, choose a table near the windows so you can eat while taking in the beautiful beach scenery watching other beachgoers enjoy themselves.

The eatery essentially becomes a large patio when the weather is nice. As you sip on your cocktail and strike up a conversation, you’ll appreciate the sensation of the sea breeze.

Does the Crab Trap have parking for Street Legal Golf Carts?

Yes, you can park your Street Legal Golf Cart in the Crab Trap Parking lot. The Crab Trap is situated in a rather large parking lot aloing Scenic Highway 98, however it does share the parking with beach goerers parking their vehicles/golf carts so it can be difficult to find a parking spot.

If you do manage to find a spot to park in, have no worries anywhere you can park your car, you can park a Street Legal Golf Cart Rental.

One Person Per Seat Law for Low Speed Vehicles

One Person Per Seat Law for Low Speed Vehicles

Only One Person Per Seat When Riding On A Low Speed Vehicle/Street Legal Golf Cart

One Person Per Seat on a Street Legal Golf Cart Rental

In the state of Florida, it is against the law to ride a low-speed vehicle with more than one person per seat.

This law applies to all low-speed vehicles, including Street Legal Golf Carts.

Violators of this law may be subject to a ticket/fine and even some circumstances the vehicle may be impounded.

Riding with more than one person per seat can increase the risk of injury in the event of a collision or rollover.

For these reasons, it is against Florida State Law to ride with more than one person per seat when operating a low-speed vehicle/Street Legal Golf Cart.

To learn more about Golf Cart safety and the rules of the road for Low-Speed Vehicles watch this safety video from Street Legal Golf Carts below!

Street Legal Golf Carts – Do You Have to Wear a Seatbelt?

Street Legal Golf Carts – Do You Have to Wear a Seatbelt?

Street Legal Golf Carts – Do You Have to Wear a Seatbelt?

Street Legal Golf Cart Rentals - You Must Wear a Seatbelt When Renting a Street Legal Golf Cart

Street legal Golf Carts/Low Speed Vehicles are one of the most popular ways people choose to get around in Destin and on 30A, but a lot of people don’t know the rules regarding seatbelts.

So what are the rules for seatbelts on Street Legal Golf Carts?

Do you have to wear a seatbelt?

The simple answer is yes, absolutely you must wear a seatbelt while riding on a Street Legal Golf Cart.

But why you may ask?

Take a look at the image below.

Is this a Golf Cart Or a low Speed Vehicle

While you may see a picture of a Golf Cart. According to Florida Law what you are actually looking at is what’s called a Low-Speed Vehicle.

What is a Low Speed Vehicle?

“ Section 320.01(41), Florida Statutes, defines LSVs as “any four-wheeled vehicle whose top speed is greater than 20 miles per hour, but not greater than 25 miles per hour.” LSVs must be registered, titled, and insured with personal injury protection (PIP) and property damage liability (PDL) insurance. “ – FL DMV

While we call our Golf Carts, Street Legal Golf Carts, what they actually are, are Low-Speed Vehicles. Low-Speed Vehicles in the eyes of Florida Law are motorized vehicles. This means the same rules that apply to cars in the state of Florida apply to Low-Speed Vehicles.

This is why seatbelts are not just recommended on Street Legal Golf Cart Rentals. THEY ARE REQUIRED!

To learn more about Golf Cart safety and the rules of the road for Low-Speed Vehicles watch this safety video from Street Legal Golf Carts below!

Street Legal Golf Carts – Can They be Driven on Sidewalks or Bike Paths?

Street Legal Golf Carts – Can They be Driven on Sidewalks or Bike Paths?

Street Legal Golf Carts – Can They be Driven on Sidewalks and Bike Paths?

You see them all up and down 30A and Destin. People driving their street legal golf carts around town whether its for helping doing errands, taking the family to the beach or just out for a Sunday cruise.

If you spend on enough time driving down beach roads such as 30A and Scenic 98 in Destin you will also a lot of people driving their Street Legal Golf Carts in places and on surfaces they aren’t legally allowed too, such as Sidewalks and Bikepaths.

One of the biggest NO NOs when it comes to operating a Street Legal Golf Cart or a Low-Speed Vehicle is that you must keep them on the roadways.

Golf Carts are not allowed on Bikepaths or Sidewalks EVER!

Absolutely No Golf Carts on Bike Paths - Street Legal Golf Cart Rentals

In the eyes of Florida law Street Legal Golf carts are considered Low-Speed VEHICLES and are not allowed to be driven on sidewalks or bike paths.

Getting caught driving your Street Legal Golf Cart on a sidewalk or bike path can result in a hefty ticket that you the renter are responsible for paying.

So, next time you’re tempted to take your Street Legal Golf Cart for a joyride down the sidewalk or bike path, think twice!

Stick to the roads of 30A and Scenic Highway 98 where Street Legal Golf Carts are permitted and everyone will stay safe and your checkbooks will thank you!

To learn more about Golf Cart safety and the rules of road for Low Speed Vehicles watch this safety video from Street Legal Golf Carts below!