1. Adonna’s Bakery and Cafe: 114 Palafox Place. Artistic baked goods.
2. Artel Gallery: 223 Palafox Place. Celebrate the talents of local contemporary artists and young performing artists in the historic Old Escambia County Courthouse.
3. Belle Ame’: 112 Palafox Place. Yvette will display her assortment of handmade bath and body products will be available for sampling.
4. Bikes Plus: 194 N. Palafox St. Featuring the work of local artists.
5. Blue Morning Gallery: 21 Palafox Place. “Black and White and Shades of Grey” is the featured show. Evoking memories of the glamorous Jazz Age and Roaring ‘20s, Christine Chandler presents her work in still photography and jewelry using freshwater pearls and leather. Mara Viksnins’ paintings and Kumihimo-inspired jewelry accented with Swarovski crystals and pearls also will be on display.
6. Carmen’s Lunch Bar: 407-B S. Palafox St.: Carmen’s Lunch Bar will open this summer with an eclectic menu of fresh, flavorful Southern and International cuisine. Stop by for a sneak peak of the food and wines to come.
7. Digital Now Reprographics: 282 N. Palafox St. “Art in the Park,” where artists will be selling and displaying their talents in the North Palafox Street median between Garden and Wright Streets.
8. Distinctive Kitchens: 29 Palafox Place. Stop by the DK Culinary Theater to welcome local students from kids cooking classes as they demonstrate edible art. Meet the Summer Cooking Camp team from Kaleidoscope Associates and register for a free cooking camp giveaway. Chrisoula with Chrisoula’s Cheesecakes will be sampling her new Greek Yogurt Cheesecake, and DK will be cooking up a special menu of “Good Eats” in the outdoor kitchen for a charge.
9. Dog House Deli: 30 Palafox Place. With the music of Nicole Ponder and the photography of Nathan Holler.
10. Don Alan’s: 401 S. Palafox St. Featuring the fine art and painted glassware of Beege Welborn.
11. Dollarhide’s Music Center: 41 Palafox Place. Featured music includes piano performance by Barry Frost and Donny Monk.
12. ERA Emerald Coast Realty: 240 E. Intendencia St.: Pastel paintings by artist Chris Reid. Enjoy wine and appetizers.
12. Epic Inc.: 210 E. Government St. Enjoy the work of local musicians and artist Filipe DeSousa.
13. First United Methodist Church of Pensacola (First Church) and The Perry Home Coffee House: 2 E. Wright St.: Complimentary refreshments, including cookies, coffee, teas and specialty drinks .
14. The Global Grill: 27 Palafox Place. Paintings from local artists, including Quenby Tyler, Riece Walton and Reese Foret.
15. Gulf Coast Community Bank: 40 N. Palafox St.: Featuring the work of Sharon Kator of The Glasseyed Seahorse.
16. Grand Reserve Cigar Shop: 210 S. Palafox Place.: Live music from a jazz combo.
17. Helen Back Cafe/Lotus Lounge: 22 S. Palafox Place. Drink specials and live music by Black Hawk Entertainment and the Blues Society of Pensacola.
18. Hopjacks Pizza Kitchen and Taproom: 10 Palafox Place. Enjoy live music by James Adkins on the balcony from 6:30 to 10 p.m. and by Petty Cash in the restaurant from 9:30 p.m. to 1:30 a.m.
19. Indigeaux Denim Bar & Boutique: 122 Palafox Place. The boutique will be showing jewelry from a local artist.
20. Intermission: 214 Palafox Place. Live music.
21. Jewelers Trade Shop: 26 Palafox Place. “Hot Havana Evening,” featuring art by Patrice Brunet, mojitos and classic Cuban cuisine.
22. Jordan Valley Café, 128 Palafox Place. Programming TBA.
23. London W1 Hair Salon & Studio: 120 Palafox Place. Stop in to enjoy the Gallery Night festivities.
24. Mezza De Luna: 8 Palafox Place. Featuring an eclectic range of items, including original paintings, furniture, women’s and men’s apparel, metal and wood sculptures, custom jewelry and more.
25. Nacho Daddies: 34 Palafox Place. Enjoy the work of local artists.
25. New York Nick’s: 9 Palafox Place. Specials.
26. Play: Upstairs at 16 Palafox Place. Featuring the artwork of Painting With a Twist artist Marcy Moon. Besides her ongoing tribute to vintage era arcade games, she will be featuring figures and portraits concentrating on commercial idealism.
27. Quayside Art Gallery: 17 E. Zaragoza St. Gallery Night will feature a group show in the east gallery. “The Q Collection” is a collection of jewelry and paintings by Nikki Strahota, Shari McAlarney, Linda Devins and Becky Makla. Demonstration artists are Scott Stahler, Betty Woods and Laurie Flynn in the upstairs gallery and Nikki Strahota and Shari McAlarney demonstrating jewelry making in the east gallery. Singer-songwriter Jim St. James will be performing.
28. Ragtyme Grill: 201 S. Jefferson St. Live music.
29. Seville Quarter: 130 E. Government St. More than 60 local artists will showcase their skills, crafts and artwork in the street in front of the historical complex. The show also will feature a local military artist sponsored by the USO and Gosport. A free concert presented by Seville Quarter and DeLuna Fest will take place in the Party Plaza. The Military Appreciation Show will salute all branches with live music.
30. Sole Inn and Suites: 200 N. Palafox St. Enjoy live music and local artists.
31. Susan Campbell Jewelry: 32 Palafox Place. The art of jewelry.
32. The Bodacious Olive: 407-D S. Palafox St. Sample more than 50 olive oils and balsamic vinegars . Add freshly made pasta, a loaf of fresh-baked bread and ideas for a pairing along with a robust glass of wine.
33. The Great Southern Restaurant Group: The Courtyard at Seville Tower, 226 Palafox Place. The Great Southern Events, Jackson’s Steakhouse, The Fish House, Atlas Oyster House and the Deck Bar will present live entertainment from Lucas Crutchfield, along with beer and wine specials.
34. The Leisure Club: 126 Palafox Place. Featuring local art and music.
35. The Spotted Dog: 124 Palafox Place. Programming TBA.
36. The Tin Cow: 102 Palafox Place. Musician Eric Jennings will perform.
37. Vinyl Music Hall: 2 Palafox Place. Doors open at 5 p.m. for art and refreshments. At 9 p.m., a free concert features female-fronted Ozzy Osbourne tribute band Mrz Crowley and local rockers Lugosi. All ages are welcome for the concert, but there is a $5 charge for those younger than 21.
38. Wine World Wine Bar: 16 Palafox Place. Enjoy local art in the breezeway.
39. World of Beer: 200 Palafox Place. Get a sneak peek at one of downtown Pensacola’s newest businesses.
40. Zarzaur Law Firm: 11 E. Romana St. “Legal Graffiti” offers visitors the opportunity to perform graffiti art on the north wall of the law firm. Donations are accepted for the benefit of Northwest Florida Legal Aid, which provides non-criminal free representation to indigent members of the community. The only requirement is that Participants must use only those paints provided and paint only in the areas designated. Otherwise, all ages and expressions are encouraged. Designs are displayed on Zarzaur Law’s blog and Facebook page.
41. Scout: 403 S. Palafox St.
42. Downtown Gracie Jiu-Jitsu: 106 Palafox Place. See time-tested Jiu-Jitsu self-defense techniques and check out a kettle bell fitness demonstration.
43. Pensacola Museum of Art: 407 S. Jefferson St. Enjoy the perspectives offered in the exhibit “Fruits of Their Labor,” with photos by Andrzej Maciejewski and Kathleen Elliot’s flame-worked glass sculptures. There also will be two children’s activities in the Children’s Library.