Pensacola, Florida
Thursday April 26th 2018


My Pensacola—Cortney Campus

Cortney Campus
Day Job: Owner/Stylist, STYLE
Pensacola Resident Since: 2001

Good Eats:
-I always look forward to my weekly happy hour/dinner at The Fish House. My simple staples are wine and a fresh Caesar salad, and I can’t live without the Soul Rolls—
They are heaven wrapped up in rice paper!
-Oysters at Peg Leg’s is typically one of my family’s weekend lunch favorites.

Retail Therapy:
-Pumps is one of my favorite spots to hit in Pensacola. Ella Moss is a great designer of sweet, stylish, casual clothing, and Mary always has the latest.
-The Linen Corner is always my first stop when I am looking for unique gifts. Cheryl is so cute and always ready to help in the hunt.

Watering Holes:
-I love the margarita selection at Margaritaville. They offer a variety of styles—not your typical sweet and syrupy one. Did I mention the view is amazing?
-I love sitting at the bar at Jackson’s and snacking on some great apps. It’s a perfect hangout for a date or for drinks with the girls.
-The Wine Bar is a favorite of mine. Mari is always on top of her game with great wine and great food.

-I don’t get out past 9 p.m. too much anymore, but when I do, I always try to hit Seville Quarter for great music and some good ‘ole fashioned Pensacola fun. You never know what you’ll find there.

-Fitness Onboard helped me get my feet wet with stand-up paddle boarding boot camp. Heather Kelley is a great instructor, and fun too.
-4ShoreFit boot camp in Gulf Breeze is great if you’re into an outdoor butt kicking! Erin looks so sweet, but she will break you down…in a good way, of course.

Arts & Culture:
-The Anna Lamar Switzer Center for Visual Arts at Pensacola State College has a great permanent collection as well as some awesome exhibitions. I love popping by when I’m on that side of town to see what they have going.
-I always hit the Pensacola Museum of Art when I have extra time. They have great exhibits and the historical building is so interesting on its own. My 2-and-a-half-year-old is so intrigued by the space and loves playing around in there.

Never Miss Events/Festivals:
-As a Fiesta Forces volunteer, I never miss the Crawfish Fest or Seafood Fest. It’s so much fun to see everyone. Pensacola is so unique and so old, I love supporting the founding of our city.

800 Shoreline Drive,
The Anna Lamar
Switzer Center for Visual Arts
1000 College Blvd.,
The Fish House
600 S. Barracks St.,
Jackson’s Steakhouse
400 S. Palafox,
Fitness Onboard
49 Gulf Breeze Parkway,
The Linen Corner
698 W. Garden St.
Margaritaville Hotel
165 Fort Pickens Road,
Peg Leg Pete’s
1010 Fort Pickens Road,
Pensacola Crawfish Festival
Pensacola Museum
of Art
407 S. Jefferson St.,
Pensacola Seafood Festival
3103 E. Cervantes St.,
Seville Quarter 130 E. Government St.,
The Wine Bar 16 S. Palafox, Suite 100,