Honoring our Old Florida Roots ~ Welcoming Today's New Friends

NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS!
The Raw Bar - been around for 115 years
Located between Port St. Joe and Apalachicola along county road 30A is a very special "Old Florida" community known as Indian Pass. Along that highway surrounded by stately pine trees sits a classic 115-year-old building that is now home to the world famous Indian Pass Raw Bar.

The Raw Bar building traces its roots back to the commissary/company store for a turpentine operation which began here in 1903, and became a lunch time restaurant for the motor traffic that resulted when the highway was completed in 1929.

The Indian Pass General Store - NOW OPEN FOR BUSINESS!
After more than 115 years without any additional commercial development along this stretch of scenic highway, a new "Old Florida" style building has risen among the cabbage palms, across the highway from the Raw Bar. The Indian Pass General Store now provides a wide variety of merchandise for visitors and locals alike, with an updated version of the classic Old Florida feel that will make you nostalgic for days gone by. Stop by to see us and stock up on groceries, beer, wine, locally sourced favorites like Tupelo Honey, fishing supplies, bait and tackle, and MUCH more!

A new, pristine 16-spot RV Park is now located directly behind the store overlooking Indian Bayou.