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Salt Shack on the Bay

Salt Shack on the Bay

5415 W. Tyson Avenue, Tampa, FL 33611

Keeping it reel since 2019. Salt Shack On the Bay is a rare combination of prime location, gulf to table food, and casual beachfront bar scene. Accessible by land or sea, guests will be able to dock up or drive up. Boaters are welcome to leave their vessels at our dock and enjoy a day under the palms.

Sink your feet in the sand and enjoy our little oasis with a signature cocktail or cold beer in hand. Feel the ocean breeze from the dining and patio areas as you indulge in the freshly-caught fish and seafood from local Tampa Bay watermen. Stay late and take in the sunset, for Salt Shack’s unobstructed westerly view overlooks Old Tampa Bay and Downtown St. Petersburg.

Sea Hags (Blindpass Rd.)

Sea Hags (Blindpass Rd.)

9555 Blind Pass Road, St. Pete Beach, FL 33706

Accessible by land or sea, Sea Hags has earned its reputation among locals for good food and friendly service in a relaxed, waterfront setting where visitors can dine inside in the cool air conditioning or out on the covered tiki bar and patio overlooking the marina. Perfect for lunch, dinner or just a cold drink and a snack, Sea Hags offers tasty menu options – including fresh delivered grouper every day – plus live entertainment Tuesday through Saturday. Also visit our newest location -- now open in Seminole.

Sea Hags (Gulf Boulevard)

Sea Hags (Gulf Boulevard)

4945 Gulf Boulevard, St. Pete Beach, FL 33706

Accessible by land or sea, Sea Hags has earned its reputation among locals for good food and friendly service in a relaxed, waterfront setting where visitors can dine inside in the cool air conditioning or out on the covered tiki bar and patio overlooking the marina. Perfect for lunch, dinner or just a cold drink and a snack, Sea Hags offers tasty menu options – including fresh delivered grouper every day – plus live entertainment Tuesday through Saturday. Also visit our newest location -- now open in Seminole.

Snapper's Sea Grill Restaurant

Snapper's Sea Grill Restaurant

5895 Gulf Blvd., St. Pete Beach, FL 33706

Where Casual Elegance Meets Exceptional Seafood

Under the direction of proprietor Daniel Casey, the casual elegance of Snapper’s offers exceptional seafood, dry aged steaks and delectable “in house” made desserts in a big city bistro atmosphere on St. Pete Beach. Long-regarded as the “Gem of St. Pete Beach Restaurants,” Snapper’s features generous portions of fresh-caught seafood straight from the Gulf, exquisite desserts, and the finest, top-quality service you can find. Come savor a restaurant experience like no other at Snapper’s!

Trophy Fish

Trophy Fish

2060 Central Avenue, St. Petersburg, FL 33712

We are proud to be born and raised in St. Pete with saltwater running through our veins. We love our local seafood and support our local fishermen. And, while there are many seafood restaurants on our beaches, we felt that downtown St. Pete lacked a laid-back, come all/serve all restaurant with great seafood. From this simple thought, our little Trophy Fish was born. Our GOOD-SIZED fish lodge is located in the “inland marina” of the St. Pete Grand Central District. Our mission is simple: Provide our guests with the freshest fish while enjoying a cold Florida cocktail or beverage. Our casual atmosphere and eclectic design, or as we like to call our “bait shop chic” style, allows our guests to enjoy good friends, great food, and make memories. While you may see a few consistent items at our QUITE LARGE fish lodge, our focus is on providing the freshest fish, so our menu changes with the catch(es)-of-the-day. Since they call it fishing and not catching, there may be days with less fish than others. We recommend that our guests arrive earlier rather than later as the early bird catches the trophy fish. For this same reason, we do not take reservations. As mentioned, our WHOPPER of a fish lodge is… well… okay… really small, so space is limited (it may have grown over the course of writing this as any good fish story does). But, remember, it is not the size of the fish in the fight, it is the size of the fight in the fish!

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