Overlooking the Intracoastal and the Gulf of Mexico, this casual dining restaurant offers an extensive menu of daily fresh seafood specials, hearty ... More
Crow's Nest Marina Restaurant & Tavern
Overlooking the Intracoastal and the Gulf of Mexico, this casual dining restaurant offers an extensive menu of daily fresh seafood specials, hearty landlubber favorites, and luscious desserts, complemented by a great selection of fine wines. They are open daily for lunch and dinner.
Great food, a bit on the pricey side, 200 for the four of us, but food was worth it. Service is great, food is great, always look forward to going there. Best filet in town
The wife and I went here again for our anniversary two days ago, and wanted to re-affirm how great this place is. This time we sat on the balcony while we waited for a window seat, had a bottle of great pinot grigio while waiting (host would race out and poor it for us anytime he saw us running low, even though we were just sitting in the waiting area). Service was top notch again, view from the window was worth waiting for since it was right at sunset. We had the surf and turf and the tendorloin with shrimp, both were excellent as was the brie (spelling?) appetizer. Had a bowl of clam chowder which lacked the rich taste of the bisque and was light on the clams, will stick with the bisque which comes with a side of sherry. Bread that was served before meal was excellent as well. Thanks for another excellent experience, made our anniversary an excellent one
I've only had food downstairs in the bar, but it was very good. The downstairs area is much more casual than the upstairs dining room. Bob the bartender is very friendly, certainly not a snob. The food was fresh and well prepared.
The view of the intercoastal is lovely. It can be seen from most places in the restaurant. It is a very popular place year round. The menu is varied and the food is good. My only complaint is that their Margharitas are made from a mix and that's how they taste. Also, the bartender doesn't know the difference between the type of glass in which a scotch on the rocks is served and the type of glass in which to serve a gin and tonic.
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