Spring break is a time to get away from it all — to spend some quality time in the sun, on the beach, kicking back with friends and maybe getting a little bit rowdy. But at some point you’re going to need to eat something, and you have no reason to settle for a crummy slice of pizza on the boardwalk.
Spring break might have a reputation as an excuse for college kids to get themselves involved in some unbridled debauchery, but it’s also a great opportunity for some good old-fashioned bonding. And as we all know, there are few better ways to bond than over a good meal.
The restaurants in these 11 top spring break destinations are seriously good, but they’re also not going to deplete your bank account. Most spring breakers probably aren’t very interested in dropping $200 on a white tablecloth experience, so we made sure to stick with casual restaurants that offer a good meal, some local color, lots of character, and plenty of bang for your buck. And don’t worry — they all have awesome drinks as well.