Enjoy legendary sunsets and one-of-a-kind atmosphere at this popular Freeport restaurant. The main attraction is the twice-nightly shark feeding, ... More
Enjoy legendary sunsets and one-of-a-kind atmosphere at this popular Freeport restaurant. The main attraction is the twice-nightly shark feeding, which takes place in the water just outside, and is not recommended for squeamish diners.
Very expensive, but my son had a great time and enjoyed the sharks. We saw about 10 and there seemed to be other that were too scared to come in and were lurking in the dark water. I really enjoyed my time there, i think they could have feed the sharks a little bit more. it was really windy when we went.
1. Shoney's-Quality Food
Actually, this is being unfair to Shoney's Restaurants. Shoney's food is at least edible.
2. Menu Misprints
Be sure to ask if the description on the menu matches what you will actually receive. Numerous "Misprints." When you order an item and it arrives not as described, it's the customer fault. Just ask the manager who expects you to read minds.
3. Items "Not Available"
Call ahead to be sure there's actually food. When we arrived, snapper, grouper, and shark items were out. That's half the menu. Enjoy your popcorn shrimp off the kiddie menu!
Do not expect to find ANY entree priced lower than $24.95. If you would like to pay that while you hold your nose to avoid tasting the food, be my guest. I did it once and should have read the negative reviews on a variety of websites before going.
Don’t expect to see sharks…if the wind blows more than 5mph, anytime from November-April, or during shark mating season. Of course, the restaurant doesn’t tell you this until you’ve ordered and then look over the rail to see the staff attempt to feed the rocks and empty ocean.
They get their 15% no matter what. We asked 6 times for a glass of water, SIX! The restaurant was practically empty.
7. The Drive There
We passed a number of other restaurants that the locals told us we should have gone to instead. Stop there before you drive all the way out to the harbor just to be disappointed.
Completely rebuilt since the hurricanes of a few years ago wiped it out, Pier One is set high over the sea and rocks, with great sunset views. You can look over the railing from your seat to the water below and watch a huge barracuda glide around. Great onion rings, good burgers, sandwiches, steak and seafood...perfect place for lunch or cocktails. Too bad they aren't open on Sundays for lunch though! Nice friendly atmosphere and service, too.
Before the hurricane, it was great!
BUT IT'S GONE!
Hurricane Francis took it away!!
There is nothing left!
Try Ruby Suiss, instead.
They want me to say more for this review, but these is nothing left to say,
Up date your website!
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