Category: Beach VideosThe Original McNeill’s Indian Pass Raw Bar since 1929. Enjoy local fresh seafood and oysters baked, steamed or raw Indian Pass style in a casual atmosphere. Flip flops welcome. Come on in, grab a cold beer or wine out of the cooler, mark your own honor system tab, sit back and listen to live music on the porch. When you are ready, hand your waitress your food order. It just doesn’t get any better than that. That is why the locals love it From Tallahassee, take U.S. 319 south through Crawfordville and Sopchoppy to 98, then turn west on 98 through Carrabelle and Apalachicola. Once through Apalachicola, remain westbound five miles to County Road C-30, which dips down toward Cape San Blas. The raw bar is at the intersection of C-30 and C-30B (Indian Pass), shown as McNeills on some maps. from I-10 to the raw bar takes about 2 1/2 hours. There are several campgrounds, including the St. Joseph Peninsula State Park. Call 850-227-1327.