Pan American flight number one took off down a runway on October 28, 1927 headed toward Havana, and First Flight pays beautiful tribute to the legacy and history of Pan Am. First Flight’s current building was the exact space where the airline’s office operated out of. But today you can find a microbrewery with amazing ales and bites.
This beautiful outdoor spot is the perfect place to grab lunch or dinner while drinking a fresh Old Havana Red or a Capt. Maverick IPA. The string lights drape around the tropical and lush greenery making you almost forget where you are.
Begin your meal with a beer from the Southernmost Brewery in the USA. Chase that down with fresh scallops as your appetizer and then follow that with fresh seafood or fish tacos.
Begin your meal with the brussels sprouts and diver scallops, choose between the Caribbean pork or the island chicken pasta and be certain to get a side of the blue cheese mashed potatoes.
“As a want-to-be pilot, I was enamored with the history that First Flight held. This is a spot I look forward to returning to time and time again.” – Emily Bishop, Communications Manager