Flora-Bama Lounge & Package

Gulf Shores-Orange Beach, Alabama

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Jul 15 ~ Jul 21
The Flora-Bama Lounge and Package has been entertaining both locals and visitors alike since its inception in 1964. Also known as the country’s “last greatest roadhouse,” the Flora-Bama features fresh seafood, daily live music, entertainment, events, and good times galore!

Flora-Bama Lounge & Package Visitors Guide

The Flora-Bama Lounge and Package sits on the stunning shores of the Gulf of Mexico, right at the Florida-Alabama state line. This famous oyster bar hosts over one million people each and every year, and it’s easy to see why! With five stages and live music from top local and national acts daily, this beachfront honky-tonk boasts the best of the best in musical talent.

Not only is the Flora-Bama a great place to dance the night away with one of their famous Bushwackers, it’s also a great place to enjoy the beach, savor some fresh seafood, take part in one of their amazing annual events, and so much more! Family friendly by day, and an adults-only beachside bash by night, this iconic watering hole has something for everyone, and is definitely a must-visit when in the area.

The Flora-Bama wasn’t always the massive entertainment facility that it is today, however. In 1962, the state of Florida gave the state of Alabama two miles of land in return for the construction of the Perdido Pass Bridge. The Tampary family opened the Flora-Bama on this land in 1964 as a small package store and dive bar on the state line. The purpose of this was to capitalize on the fact that, at this time, alcohol sales were prohibited in Baldwin County, AL, but allowed in Escambia County, FL.

Since its humble beginnings, the Flora-Bama has expanded into a massive complex, encompassing multiple businesses. The Flora-Bama Store, Flora-Bama Marina, Flora-Bama Ole River Grill, Flora-Bama Yacht Club, and Flora-Bama Liquor & Lotto are all owned by the Flora-Bama Lounge and Package, and are all within walking distance of each other. For more information about everything the Flora-Bama has to offer, visit their website here.

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Frequently Asked Questions

1. Is Flora-Bama kid friendly?

Absolutely, the little ones will love the Flora-Bama! Every day until 6:00pm, all ages are welcome. After 6:00pm, families with children in tow can still enjoy the Flora-Bama Ole River Bar and the Flora-Bama Yacht Club across the street. Don’t forget to bring along the beach toys, as their backyard beach will keep the kids entertained for hours!

2. What are the age policies in regard to entering the establishment?

All ages are welcome daily from 9:00am until 6:00pm. After 6:00pm, only those ages 18 and up can enter the Flora-Bama. Those who are 18-20 years old can stay all night here, as long as they are in the door before 10:00pm. Re-entry is prohibited.

3. Is Flora-Bama handicap accessible?

The Flora-Bama does its best to accommodate all visitors. Handicap parking is available directly in front of the establishment. The main entrance to the Flora-Bama is on the ground level, and there is an elevator about 25 feet from the entrance that provides access to the upper floors. All floors are wheelchair accessible, with ADA compliant restrooms onsite.

While pets are not allowed at the Flora-Bama, service animals are more than welcome. For more information about accessibility, click here. And for those who are traveling with their canine companions, the beach at Flora-Bama Yacht Club across the street, and the downstairs area of Flora-Bama Ole River Grille are pet friendly.

4. Can we spend the day at the beach behind the Flora-Bama?

Absolutely, the beach behind the Flora-Bama is a great place to soak up the sun, as well as the sounds of this lively waterfront establishment. Visitors can walk through the Flora-Bama to the boardwalk for beach access beginning at 10:00am everyday. Please note that food and alcohol sales begin daily at 11:00am, and live music begins daily at noon.

Outside food and beverages, as well as coolers, are not allowed on the premises. However, visitors are more than welcome to bring the beach essentials like beach chairs, towels, games, sunscreen, etc.


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