A place for the locals:  I gotta go here when I'm in Pensacola, they are known for their fish tacos.

A place for the locals: I gotta go here when I'm in Pensacola, they are known for their fish tacos.

Trader Jon's was widely known for the eccentricities of its owner. Weissman did not set prices for drinks; rather, they varied depending on his mood and how well he knew the customer. This practice was often referred to as "Tradernomics." He was known for wearing mismatched socks and offered a reward to any patron who caught him in a matching pair. He also exchanged drinks for bits of Navy memorabilia.

Trader Jon's was widely known for the eccentricities of its owner. Weissman did not set prices for drinks; rather, they varied depending on his mood and how well he knew the customer. This practice was often referred to as "Tradernomics." He was known for wearing mismatched socks and offered a reward to any patron who caught him in a matching pair. He also exchanged drinks for bits of Navy memorabilia.

Fort Pickens... Santa Rosa Island, Florida... If not for Fort Sumter (SC) the Civil War would have started here in Pensacola Harbor.

Fort Pickens... Santa Rosa Island, Florida... If not for Fort Sumter (SC) the Civil War would have started here in Pensacola Harbor.

The Philip Dane Beall Sr. Memorial Bridge, also known as the Pensacola Bay Bridge or colloquially as the Three-Mile Bridge, spans a three-mile section of Pensacola Bay and is the main artery from Pensacola to Gulf Breeze and Pensacola Beach.  The bridge was dedicated on October 31, 1960, replacing the 30-year-old Thomas A. Johnson Bridge (which subsequently became a fishing pier).  It was named in honor of Florida Senator Philip D. Beall, Sr..

The Philip Dane Beall Sr. Memorial Bridge, also known as the Pensacola Bay Bridge or colloquially as the Three-Mile Bridge, spans a three-mile section of Pensacola Bay and is the main artery from Pensacola to Gulf Breeze and Pensacola Beach. The bridge was dedicated on October 31, 1960, replacing the 30-year-old Thomas A. Johnson Bridge (which subsequently became a fishing pier). It was named in honor of Florida Senator Philip D. Beall, Sr..

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