As you sit in this eatery, you feel as if you are on a boat drifting along the Intracoastal Waterway. In front of you are boats bobbing in the surf at ... More
As you sit in this eatery, you feel as if you are on a boat drifting along the Intracoastal Waterway. In front of you are boats bobbing in the surf at the next-door marina as sea gulls soar and screech overhead. The bar has wrap-around windows that are open year-round and the salt air breeze doesn't cost a thing. If you were lucky enough to catch your own fish earlier in the day, the chef will cook it for you to create a doubly memorable meal.
We tryed this restaurant because a friend of mine said it was the best in the area so we drove down from Indian Rocks Beach to try it. If you are looking for good service then this definately is not the spot. It may have been our waiter only as I did see other tables getting better service. While our waiter was taking our order he was constantly looking around as if he was watching out for somebody getting ready to take him away. In fairness he did get all the orders right but when he delivered them he was clueless who got what. After about fifteen minutes I had to flag the hostess down and ask her for refills. After that our waiter was very friendly and attentive. The food was good as we had the Grouper, Amberjack, and Tilapia...all were cooked perfect. The bread was cold and butter partially melted but still good. I am not sure there is anything that sets this place above the other good seafood restaurants in the area though and don't feel it was worth the extra drive time. The parking was horrible but we were lucky somebody was pulling out...we did get in without a wait on Sunday evening. My friend told me the shrimp is great there but I did not feel like peeling them.
Go somewhere else! We were a party of four wanting to try what seemed a local sea food place but was extremely disappointed. It's a dump. My daughter ordered crab cakes and what she got appeared to be some sort of mushy, soggy something and my fish was stuffed with the same thing...uneatable. A couple of us order baked potatoes but they were cold and hard like they were left overs from the night before. The only order worth eating was the hamburger order. Service was okay but the waitress was rude when two of the teens said they didn't eat salads = she actually got snappy. Go somewhere else to eat...don't wait your time or money.
The best place to be was at The Wharf. Me and my many beach bums use to take out boats to that place eat some great food and party all night long. I remember oyster Bill, Mike the last owner dave and the gang. The ring game was the best. Nothing like impressing the ladies with talent
I absolutely loved the place. After the kids ate, I dropped the across the road to the beach and came back to drink. Live Band, Good looking bartenders, good prices, and pleasant people. I will be back.
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