Dharma Blue is a great neighborhood restaurant just east of downtown. I was staying nearby and walked over. Awesome sushi and beer/wine/drink list.
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We go to Dhrama's to get our sushi/sashimi fix! Everyone has their favorite place to satisfy this hunger...and this is ours! (There are several other wonderful sushi spots in Pensacola ..this is our favorite for many reasons!) Every roll or piece of raw fish we have had is fresh. (The Yellowtail is like butter!) And do not pass up the... More
This was my first visit to Dharma Blue. The food was fabulous and the service was excellent. I had the sun dried tomato fresh catch (Cobia). My husband had the blackened fresh catch (grouper). Both dishes were exceptional. We will be back!
We explicitly went there to have Sushi. On arrival we where told that sushi is only served for dinner which is not clear from they outside menu nor from the website. The day of our visit was unusual cold for the area. The restaurant had not taken any measures like elect. heater or switching on the fire place, so we... More
We happened upon this lovely restaurant while staying at the Lee House (amazing boutique hotel I might add). Not only was the staff warm and friendly, the ambiance was warm and relaxed, and the sushi was fresh and delicious. I can't say enough about this restaurant and staff. An absolute revisit!
Found it by accident in the way to the Saenger theatre to see Nutcracker. At the door, a fellow patron described her favourites on the menu. We were seated quickly. And served somewhat slowly but it was very busy. We ordered Crab Cake Eggs Benedict which came with a side of choice.......I had salad with honey mustard vinaigrette. Very good... More
Very good Food , shame they are not open for lunch any more.. They used to have the best chicken salad for lunch. Went to Brunch on Sunday food was very good,
Charming and well lighted with over 20 glorious chandeliers tucked away in a charming neighborhood with plenty of parking. Catch of the day, Grouper providing the best meal in Pensacola.
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