Where To Eat
Wolf Bay Lodge is a family – owned Baldwin County tradition known for its high quality fresh seafood & local ambience. Its rich history began as a bait shop nestled in the trees along the beautiful waters of Wolf Bay in Elberta, Alabama in the 1940’s. Charlie & Sandra Wrape purchased it in 1973. Through their hard work & determination, they began serving a full menu of delicious seafood recipes – many of which were created by ladies that worked there or lived nearby.
Although the restaurant was “off of the beaten path,” it soon became a favorite among the locals & area visitors alike. On December 7th, 2008 the original lodge was completely destroyed by fire. It has since been rebuilt in two locations – Orange Beach & Foley, Alabama – where it continues to be family owned & operated by Charlie & Sandra’s daughter, Charlene Haber. Wolf Bay Lodge is known for being a local seafood tradition, and prides itself in serving high quality, fresh meals in a family friendly atmosphere.
Furthermore, many of the dishes enjoyed today are recipes from the Wrape’s original menu including the seafood gumbo, crab stuffing, stuffed shrimp, stuffed whole flounder, and many of our salad dressings. Our deepest gratitude goes to the loyal employees & customers throughout the years. If this is your first visit with us, we welcome you to the Wolf Bay Lodge family!
For more information visit:
26619 Perdido Beach Blvd, Orange Beach, AL 36561, USA
Orange Beach, AL 36561
- Mon - Thu: 11:00 am - 9:00 pm Fri - Sat: 11:00 am - 10:00 pm Sun: 11:00 am - 9:00 pm
- American Express
Love seafood but hate choosing which type to order? You'll never have to play favorites at Wolf Bay Lodge with its signature seafood platter. This feast of a dish brings together all of the classic Gulf seafood favorites onto one plate. It includes stuffed crab, stuffed shrimp, fish, shrimp and oysters – all fresh and lightly breaded or broiled – and a cup of gumbo too.
This Foley seafood and steak restaurant has been a culinary destination in the area since 1973. The gumbo at Wolf Bay Lodge is a seafood lover's dream. Filled with tender rice and succulent, fresh seafood, this gumbo is brothy and spiked with just the right amount of spice, warming you all the way to your toes. One bite and you'll be hooked.