WaterColor Inn announced a major renovation of their award-winning restaurant, Fish Out of Water, is underway.
The restaurant – which first opened in 2002 – is undergoing a complete redesign to emphasize its sweeping views of the Gulf of Mexico, and to take advantage of the restaurant’s immediate proximity to South Walton’s beautiful white sand beaches.
“This is a natural evolution of our already outstanding culinary program and we are thrilled to introduce it to the 30A community,” said Andrew Czarnecki, Managing Director of Resort Operations for St. Joe Club & Resorts.
In addition to dramatically enhanced views from Fish Out of Water’s restaurant and bar, updated décor will underscore the resort’s natural coastal atmosphere and high-end design. Along with a refreshed, welcoming atmosphere, Czarnecki said the redesigned Fish Out of Water will remain committed to offering diners an impeccable level of service, and a sensational, seasonal menu of Southern coastal dishes with global touches.
Fish Out of Water closed for renovation on Saturday, December 2, 2017, and is scheduled to reopen in late spring 2018.
WaterColor Inn has maintained a Four Diamond rating from AAA since 2007; achieved a four-time, four-star rating from Forbes Travel Guide; was named a Top Resort in Florida in the 2017 Condé Nast Traveler Reader’s Choice Awards; and claimed a spot on U.S. News & World Report’s “Best Hotels in the USA” list.
The resort offers luxury accommodations and corporate meeting spaces at the exclusive 60-room Inn. The hotel features three on-site restaurants, a full-service spa, and an adults-only pool as well as access to additional resort amenities including five pools, a private beach club, and tennis courts. WaterColor Inn was developed and is owned by The St. Joe Company, affording guests access to the many amenities and activities offered through the membership club.