Indian Pass Raw Bar
8391 County Rd 30-A
Port St. Joe, FL 32456
We are located in a wild and mostly pristine corner of Florida's Forgotten Coast defined by our saltwater lagoons, great herons, bald eagles—and shallow oyster flats where shells can be seen poking through the water's surface at low tide. Described by many as a unique icon of "Old Florida", our 100-year-old+ building is surrounded by saltwater marshes, slash pines, and bayous. Be sure to visit our History page
to really appreciate what you will find here when you arrive.
From Port St. Joe
Indian Pass Raw Bar is located on Hwy C-30A about 10 minutes southeast of Port St. Joe, Florida. From Port St. Joe, travel east on US Hwy 98, and veer right onto C-30A as if you were going to Cape San Blas. Continue on C-30A past the Cape San Blas Road intersection—C30-A will make a hard left turn just after the intersection. Continue to follow C-30A to the intersection of Indian Pass Road. The Indian Pass Raw Bar will be on your left.
When folks used to call Jimmy Mac for directions, chances are he would tell them—with his jumbo-size Panhandle drawl, "Just follow somebody. You almost got to know we're here. We're a word-of-mouth kind of place." Truth is, most local folks would rather lead you here than tell you how to find us, anyway.