Spring Creek Mobile Restaurant
Passed down through family members over the years, the Lovel's secret recipes have turned Spring Creek Restaurant into a Wakulla County fixture. Open since 1977, Spring Creek has stood the test of time, batting back from countless storms and flooding of the coastal Spring Creek area to keep the family tradition of great local seafood dishes alive. Using their own boats and products of other local fishermen to furnish the restaurant, Spring Creek serves only Wakulla-caught fresh mullet, softshell crabs, shrimp and fish. Each meal kicks off with homemade rolls and garlic butter, a family-style bowl of salad and Spring Creek's famous buttermilk ranch dressing. Their entree choices range from seafood, to homemade shrimp and crab chowder or even a hand-cut rib-eye or burger. And a Spring Creek meal wouldn't be complete without a slice of Ms. Lovel's key lime, coconut cream or chocolate peanut butter pie for dessert.
Signature dishes/specials: Regionally famous for bacon-wrapped shrimp, crab cakes in a tangy white cream sauce and deviled crab.
**Spring Creek Restaurant has closed and will not reopen.**
Instead of a physical location, they now have a mobile restaurant located in Crawfordville just behind Centennial Bank.
Hours & Details
Tuesday - Saturday, 11:30 a.m. - 7 p.m.