A taste of New Orleans on Pensacola beach. Cosse’s on the Beach features traditional New Orleans seafood, po-boys, and oyster bar. Visit us for our New Orleans style breakfast breakfast daily, lunch or dinner. We offer our famous Herbsaint, spinach, and crab baked oysters, alligator, seafood, jambalaya and much more. Chef Owner and former shrimper Mike Cosse created a menu from his New Orleans roots and love for the Crescent City.
Mike Cosse was born and raised in New Orleans, LA. Mike started his career as a commercial shrimper at the age of 13. Mike ‘s love for seafood continued to grow throughout his life and eventually Mike went to Culinary School at Delgado College in New Orleans, LA. After graduating from Delgado College he did a 3-Year Apprenticeship with Maurice Fitzgerald, Louisiana’s first Accredited Chef. Mike specializes in French Cuisine due to his strong Louisiana roots and love for the Crescent City.
Next time you’re in downtown Milton, FL stop by Cosse’s Place for a hot PoBoy, fresh oysters on the half shell, or a cold beverage of your choice, You will not regret your decision.
With views of Santa Rosa Sound and sunsets over Pensacola Bay, The Grand Marlin offers a tranquil, relaxed atmosphere, paired with the area’s best selection of fresh seafood highlighted by delectable, daily specials from the kitchen of award-winning Chef Gregg McCarthy.
The restaurant boasts the area’s best-stocked, most tempting oyster bar where the finest oysters, from Apalachicola and East Bay to more exotic locales, are shucked to order.
For those in the mood for something other than seafood we offer enticing steaks, succulent poultry dishes and other fare to meet your every taste.
The Marlin offers a full-bar and an intriguing 80-plus bottle wine list, chosen to compliment any dish while presenting exceptional value. Inspired by the quality and beauty of one of the world’s strongest game fish, the intricately designed dining room — with its barrel-vault ceiling and comfortable banquettes — features a spectacular 1,228.5-pound Atlantic Blue Marlin. Caught in August of 2008 by Trey Irvine aboard the Mimi, the fish holds the North Carolina state record.
The impressive catch embodies The Grand Marlin’s promise ‑ an experience between time and tide, an experience like no other.